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Friday, July 18, 2014
Spain may have been embarrassingly dethroned as World Cup holders, but Real Madrid and Barcelona are still champions at making money after they were named as the world's two richest sports franchises.
Serena Williams, whose Wimbledon campaign ended with her in tears and on the verge of fainting, is enduring a “difficult period” in her life, her French coach said Wednesday.
First man out David Howell made a storming start to the British Open at Royal Liverpool Golf Club on Thursday.
Tony Gallopin continues French feel-good factor at Tour de France
The 101st edition of the Tour de France is turning into a memorable one for the host nation.
De Kock half-century takes South Africa up to 331-7
Quinton de Kock scored his maiden test half-century Thursday as South Africa reached 331-7 at lunch on the second day of the first test against Sri Lanka.
Jeremy Lin to arrive in Taiwan for visit
Jeremy Lin, the first NBA player of Taiwanese descent, is slated to start a week-long visit to Taiwan today, amid great public interest in his recent transfer to the Los Angeles Lakers.
Toni Kroos on Thursday became Real Madrid's first high profile signing for the new season, moving from Bayern Munich on a six-year deal just days after winning the World Cup with Germany.
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Jeter, Trout lead AL over NL 5-3 in All-Stars
On a summer evening filled with reminders of generational change, the American League maintained nearly two decades of dominance by beating the National League 5-3 in the All-Star game Tuesday for its 13th win in 17 years.
Perkins closes out All-Star game, right at home
The bullpen door swung open, and Glen Perkins ran out on his way to the mound he's made his ninth-inning home at Target Field.
World Cup sets bad example: US concussion expert
World Cup organizers repeatedly failed to follow their own concussion protocol and then failed to take advantage of the international interest in the tournament to teach football fans and young players about the dangers of head injuries, U.S. concussion expert Chris Nowinski said Tuesday.
  
  
  
  
  
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