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Monday, September 22, 2014
Taiwan's Hsu shatters lifting world record
Taiwan's Hsu Shu-ching rewrote the record books as she took the women's 53kg class weightlifting gold at the Asian Games on Sunday.
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Joe Nathan and the Detroit Tigers escaped a ninth-inning jam to hold off the Kansas City Royals 3-2 in Major League Baseball on Saturday and boost their AL Central lead.
Tigers top KC to boost AL central lead
Ronaldo scores 3, Madrid thrash Deportivo
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat trick and Gareth Bale and Javier Hernandez added braces as Real Madrid rolled past Deportivo La Coruna 8-2 to emphatically end its two-game losing skid in the Spanish league on Saturday.
Hamburg hold Bayern to 0-0 in Bundesliga
Hamburger SV held Bayern Munich to 0-0 in Josef Zinnbauer's debut as coach, while Julian Draxler scored and got sent off on his 21st birthday for nine-man Schalke in the Bundesliga on Saturday.
The Baltimore Ravens, under fire for their handling of Ray Rice's assault case, exchanged almost 8,000 of the star running back's jerseys, The Baltimore Sun reported Saturday.
Ivanovic defeats Wozniacki  to win Pan Pacific tourney
Ana Ivanovic charged the net repeatedly to overcome U.S. Open finalist Caroline Wozniacki 6-2, 7-6 (7/2) in the final of the WTA Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo Sunday.
China's five-time Olympic gold medalist Zou Kai laid down an early marker in the Asian Games men's gymnastics event on Sunday with two world-class displays on floor and high bar.
Pioneering Chinese tennis star Li Na said Sunday she has “no regrets” about her decision to retire over persistent knee injuries, but told an emotional news conference she reached the decision only after thinking long and hard.
The Asian Games' symbolic flame went out before the first day of competition had even ended, red-faced organizers admitted Sunday.
Japanese tennis sensation Kei Nishikori returns to the court this week for the first time since his breakout U.S. Open performance, leading the field as the clear favorite in the Malaysian Open.
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