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July, 29, 2016

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Brazil to boost Olympics security after Nice attack
Brazil said Friday it will bolster security for next month's Olympics in Rio following the truck attack in the French city of Nice.
 
Chris Froome keeps the yellow jersey after dramatic final kilometer crash
Fans celebrating Bastille Day created dramas at the Tour de France, causing a crash involving race leader Chris Froome that ensured it wasn't until hours after the 12th stage concluded that organizers decided the British rider could keep the yellow jersey.
 
Slime time
Retired NBA basketball player Kobe Bryant is "slimed" after receiving the Legend Award during the 2016 Kids' Choice Sports Awards at Pauley Pavilion in Los Angeles, Thursday, July 14.
 
Soccer, education score at Ghana school
Patience Kum strides across the training pitch of the Right to Dream academy, a soccer center of excellence nestled in the Ghanaian countryside, and welcomes visitors with an assured handshake.
 
101-year-old Mieko Magaoka of Japan aims to smash more aquatic records
As the world's top swimmers prepare for the Rio Olympics, a sprightly Japanese centenarian insists she will still be smashing records by the time the 2020 Tokyo Games roll around.
 
A jury has ruled that a Pennsylvania racetrack didn't cause harm to a man killed by lightning minutes after an August 2012 NASCAR race was stopped.
 
African discus champion Victor Hogan was dropped from South Africa's Olympic team on Thursday after he failed a doping test and was banned for two years.
 
Taiwan down South Korea
Young players of team Taiwan pose for a photo in Manila, after beating South Korea to take the Asia-Pacific championships of the PONY Baseball league. Taiwan's team is set to head to the United States to compete in PONY's world championship tournament.
 
Taking a swing at it
Lilly Caron, 8, of Bridgeton, Maine, Jason Homchick, of San Diego, and Lilly's father Jason Caron, obscured, ride the Sky Swing at Seacoast Adventure, in Wyndham, Maine, Thursday, July 14. The 30.5-meter swing gives riders the combined thrills of sky diving and hang gliding.
 
The San Antonio Spurs signed Pau Gasol, beefing up a front line that will be without Tim Duncan next season for the first time in 19 years. They brought back guard Manu Ginobili, too.
 
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