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Jason Kenny won the men's sprint title, edging Matthew Glaetzer in a third-race decider on the penultimate day Saturday of the track cycling world championships.
United States victorious in women's team pursuit in London
The United States won its first medal of the track cycling world championships on Friday, beating Canada to take gold in the women's team pursuit.
Murphy trumps medalists in Pro Swim Series
Ryan Murphy, Chase Kalisz and Missy Franklin are taking different roads to qualifying for the U.S. Olympic swim team this summer and each likes how the route is developing.
Martin Fourcade out-skied Simon Schempp from the last shooting station for France to beat Germany in the mixed relay as the biathlon world championships began at the Holmenkollen Arena on Thursday.
Former 1,500-meter world champion Abeba Aregawi failed a doping test and has been suspended pending an investigation, the IAAF and Swedish track and field federation said Monday.
Ethiopia's Feyisa Lilesa wins Tokyo Marathon for first major title
Feyisa Lilesa of Ethiopia won the Tokyo Marathon on Sunday, pulling ahead of Kenya's Dickson Chumba inside the final two kilometers to claim his first major marathon win.
Some of Russia's Olympic and world champion race-walkers have returned to action after serving doping bans in cases that could prove a sticking-point in talks over lifting Russia's ban from global track and field.
Following a cycling feat from Taipei to the southern city of Kaohsiung in January, Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) took on another challenge Saturday -- a 520-kilometer ride from the northernmost tip of Taiwan to the southernmost tip.
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There are two sayings that come along with the Eddie Aikau big-wave surfing invitational: "The bay calls the day" and "Eddie would go."
Brendon McCullum was out for 25 on Monday in his last international innings as New Zealand slipped toward a series defeat on the third day of the second cricket test against Australia.
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