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The leader of the U.S. anti-doping effort says nothing short of removing the Russian flag from this summer's Olympics would suffice if an upcoming report about Russian doping is as damning as expected.
 
Through hail and heat, Froome in control of Tour
Through hail, heat and constant pressure from some of his main rivals, Chris Froome rode strong during the toughest stage in the Pyrenees of the Tour de France on Sunday.
 
The UFC has been sold for approximately US$4 billion to a group led by Hollywood talent agency WME-IMG. UFC President Dana White confirmed the sale of the mixed martial arts promotional company in text messages to The Associated Press on Sunday night.
 
Contador pulls out of 2016 Tour de France, blames virus
Diminished by a fever and still reeling from crashes on the opening two days of the race, two-time champion Alberto Contador pulled out of the Tour de France during the toughest Pyrenean stage on Sunday.
 
Yulia Stepanova runs but fails to reach 800 semi
Ostracized by many in her native Russia for blowing the whistle on doping practices, Yulia Stepanova finally had a chance to run, in the European championships, but was let down by her body.
 
Kittel wins Tour de France Stage 4 in a sprint to Limoges
Hit by a virus, denied a place on the Tour de France and then parting company with his team, not much went right last season for German sprinter Marcel Kittel.
 
Dogged competition
A dog rests as the pack with Sky cycling team rider Luke Rowe of Britain passes during the third stage of the Tour de France cycling race, which starts in Granville and finishes in Angers, France, Monday, July 4.
 
Jordan runner says Ramadan fast boosts his mental strength
After 16 hours without food or water, Moath al-Khawaldeh laces up pink training shoes and begins working up a sweat sprinting across a track in the Jordanian capital of Amman.
 
Taiwan keeps singles titles home at Taipei badminton open
Taiwanese badminton players Tai Tzu-ying (戴資穎) and Chou Tien-chen (周天成) kept the singles titles at the Yonex Chinese Taipei Open at home Sunday.
 
Feeling the heat
In this Friday, July 1 photo, Kionte Storey practices his starts before his heat in the men's 100-meter dash during the U.S. Paralympics Team Trials in Charlotte, North Carolina.
 
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