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Protesters create awkward moment at the Taipei Universiade
Taiwan welcomes the world as the 29th Universiade opens
Iran qualifies for World Cup with win at home vs Uzbekistan
Iran became the second team to qualify for the 2018 World Cup by beating Uzbekistan 2-0 late Monday, sparking celebrations in the streets.
S. Korea leader proposes Asian nations co-host 2030 World Cup
South Korea's new liberal president has offered to co-host the 2030 World Cup with rival North Korea and other Northeast Asian countries as part of efforts to promote peace in the region, his office said Monday.
Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry lead Warriors to NBA title
As the gold confetti fell and a fresh gray NBA champion cap sat a tad off-kilter on his head, Kevin Durant embraced mother Wanda. Then he moved across the podium and hugged Stephen Curry before accepting his shiny MVP trophy and hoisting it for everyone to see.
Mighty Nadal wins historic 10th Paris title
King of clay Rafael Nadal hammers Stan Wawrinka 6-2, 6-3, 6-1 to earn an unprecedented 10th title at the French Open on Sunday.
Back to back champs: Penguins beat Preds 2-0 for Stanley Cup
Sidney Crosby is bringing the Stanley Cup back home to Pittsburgh for a second consecutive year. He's bringing another MVP trophy, too.
Unseeded Ostapenko wins French Open for 1st title
Right from the start of the French Open final, Jelena Ostapenko made quite clear to anyone unfamiliar with her name, or her game, what she is all about.
Thigh injury to keep Sharapova off the British grass
Maria Sharapova reveals that she will be forced to miss the entire grass court season due to a thigh muscle tear, dealing a blow to her immediate comeback hopes after serving a 15-month doping ban.
Out-of-nowhere Ostapenko to face Halep for French Open title
Jelena Ostapenko is a young woman in a hurry.
Predators on brink as Rinne struggles again in Pittsburgh
Pekka Rinne's struggles in Pittsburgh have his Nashville Predators on the brink of elimination.
Backwater to boomtown: rural Thai city emerges as sporting Camelot
A "godfather" of Thai politics is using cash and contacts to transform his once poor, forgotten rice-farming fiefdom into an unlikely sporting Camelot, complete with a football stadium and racetrack set to host the MotoGP.
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