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Monday, July 20, 2015
Froome and Sky 'getting used to negativity'
Chris Froome and his British Sky team have resigned themselves to the negative atmosphere surrounding them at the Tour de France.
Former Indianapolis 500 winner Ryan Hunter-Reay successfully defended his title by leading a 1-2-3 USA podium sweep Saturday at the Iowa Corn 300 IndyCar race.
It took two replacement players, including Davis Cup stalwart Lleyton Hewitt, to help restore some pride to Australian tennis.
The head of the International Olympic Committee remains confident that Tokyo will complete its new national stadium in time for the 2020 Summer Games, even though the original design has been scrapped because of soaring costs.
'Lube Olympics' makes slippery bid to rival Tokyo 2020
As a row over Tokyo's Olympic stadium threatens to overshadow the city's Games preparations, the 'Lube Olympics' is looking to offer a slippery alternative for daredevil athletes in 2020.
The Brisbane Broncos consolidated their lead in Australia's National Rugby League with an eight-try 42-16 win over bottom team Wests Tigers in Brisbane on Sunday.
Veteran boxing promoter Bob Arum has blasted the injured Manny Pacquiao for missing a planned rehab visit to his doctor and says he has no idea when "Pacman" might return to the ring.
Local boy Chou Tien-chen finishes 2nd in Yonex Open
Despite strong support from a home crowd, Taiwan's Chou Tien-chen (周天成) was unable to complete a stunning run of upsets this week when he lost to world No. 1 Chen Long (諶龍) of China in the men's singles final of the Yonex Open Taipei 2015 on Sunday.
Sunday, July 19, 2015
Former FIFA vice president Jeffrey Webb pleaded not guilty in US court Saturday in connection with a massive international corruption scandal, with his release set at a $10 million bond.
French Formula One driver Jules Bianchi died Friday night from head injuries he suffered in a crash at last October's Japanese Grand Prix, after spending nine months in a coma.
Jules Bianchi, French F1 star, dies of crash injuries
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