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  • (Formula One) Rosberg surprised by Hamilton podium

    The race was halted in the early stages when Dane Kevin Magnussen crashed heavily, but he limped away from his wrecked Renault vehicle with only a damaged ankle. Renault driver Kevin Magnussen of Denmark who had started 12th on the grid, emerged unhurt but limping slightly from the crash which damaged the tyre barriers bordering the track.

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  • South Africa hold aces despite collapse

    Despite New Zealand's efforts, South Africa now lead by 372 runs after taking a commanding 267-run first-innings lead earlier in the day. He only got out when he ran out of partners, having made 77 off 133 balls with 8 fours and a six. South Africa's advantage came after it made 481-8 declared in its first innings and bowled New Zealand out for 214, with fast bowlers Kagiso Rabada , Dale Steyn and Vernon Philander taking eight of the New Zealand wickets.

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  • Jim Harbaugh does not respect Colin Kaepernick's motivations

    National outrage followed Kaepernick's actions, but the NFL issued a statement saying that players are not required to stand up during the anthem. Kaepernick's decision was not supported by the 49ers or the National Football League. To be fair, not everyone can understand the plight of African-Americans in the United States. "There are a lot things that are going on that are unjust.

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  • Aston Villa make league-record Abel Hernandez bid?

    Hernandez, 26, was prolific as Hull were promoted from the Championship last season, scoring 22 goals, and he has one for the Tigers in the Premier League so far this season. Aston Villa spent close to £40 million on improving their squad this summer but despite the huge investment, the Villans have made a very poor start to their Championship campaign so far.

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  • Royals beat Red Sox

    After almost falling out of the playoff race, the defending World Series champs have cut their deficit to Cleveland in half and are 5 1/2 games back in the AL Central. Ortiz's 31st homer went into the bleachers behind Boston's bullpen in the fourth. Catcher Salvador Perez homered twice for Kansas City (67-62), which had won 11 of its past 12 games.

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  • Antofagasta sorprendió a todos y bajó de la punta a Wanderers

    Antofagasta sorprendió a todos y bajó de la punta a Wanderers

    El portero rival, Matías Dituro , también tuvo una buena tarde, aunque los porteños carecieron de la profundidad necesaria para encontrar el tanto que los guiara nuevamente a una victoria para mantenerse en el liderato. No se moverá del segundo puesto. Asimismo, el triunfo le significó al CDA sumar por primera vez en la temporada tres puntos y, de paso, salir momentáneamente del último lugar de la tabla de posiciones.

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  • Cowboys QB Tony Romo out indefinitely with broken bone in his back

    Garrett said Romo's rehab will consist of rest and immobility but the coach refused to rule him out for the September 11 season opener against the New York Giants. Dak Prescott was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the 2016 NFL Draft with the 135th overall pick. Rookie quarterback Dak Prescott is now the franchise's backup and has had an outstanding preseason debut.

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  • U.S. women's team wins sixth straight gold in 4x400-meter relay

    U.S. women's team wins sixth straight gold in 4x400-meter relay

    Paul Kipkemoi Chelimo won a silver medal after finishing in second place in the men's 5,000-meter final. In a terrific sprint relay race, Great Britain took bronze in a national record of 41.77 as they chased runners up Jamaica home. The Germans beat Sweden 2-1 and Neid said while the Olympic title was a new summit for women's soccer in her country, it was now time for her try something different.

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  • Bridgewater excels as Vikings dispatch Chargers

    Bridgewater excels as Vikings dispatch Chargers

    Sure, it's just preseason, but a win's a win. Zimmer did say he had no concern about his quarterback, and he hammered that home after Sunday's game. I just don't get what the big deal was knowing what we know now. The Vikings got a touchdown on a fumble recovery from Cordarrelle Patterson and three field goals from Blair Walsh, who was appearing before the home fans for the first time since missing a short kick in the final 30 seconds of last season's 10-9 playoff loss to the Seattle Seahawks.

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  • Durant leads United States to Olympic basketball gold

    Durant leads United States to Olympic basketball gold

    Clearly, it didn't take long for the entire party to realize team U.S. basketball was in the house and in the mood to get their dance on. Back at home in the states, Durant says that he felt he had been cast as a villain in backlash from his free agent decision.

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  • Siemian solidifies QB job in Broncos win

    Starting back-to-back exhibition games, Siemian showed off a powerful arm, precise throws, patience in the pocket and poise in the huddle. Following the retirement of Peyton Manning and the departure of Brock Osweiler via free agency, Denver had been searching for a quarterback to start the 2016 season.

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  • Una vez más Chivas se convierte en 'aguafiestas' de América

    Una vez más Chivas se convierte en 'aguafiestas' de América

    El contragolpe estaba pintado para las "alas" de Chivas que lo explotaron y en el segundo tiempo tuvieron opciones para sellar el encuentro pero la falta de precisión y un par de grandes intervenciones de Moisés Muñoz evitaron que el daño hasta que apareció el Gullit Peña desde la banca.

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  • Second T20: India opt to field, Mishra in for Binny

    Ind vs WI: India's Lokesh Rahul, left, and India's MS Dhoni , right, watch as the the West Indies celebrate after defeating India by one run during the first Twenty20 global cricket match, Saturday, Aug. The other opener Charles was more successful as he tonked a six and two fours in the same over. It was the ideal and fruitful run-chase which team Indian ever did in 20-20s, however, they fell short of 1 run and eventually lost the match to WI.

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  • Russians Hacked 2 US Voter Databases

    Ken Menzel, general counsel for the elections board, said no files of registered voters were erased or modified and that no voting history information or voter signature images were captured. However, more than 30 states have some provisions for online voting, primarily for voters living overseas or serving in the military. According to a report made by Dunya News North America representative Nadeem Salahri, US media is of the view that Russian Federation is in a bid to affect the ...

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  • Mancini leads Endwell, New York, to Little League Championship Game

    NY got on the board on a single by Jude Abbadessa , who advanced to second and then third on a single to center field by Ryan Harlost . The last USA team to win the world championship was Huntington Beach, Calif., in 2011. Lee drove a 2-2 pitch over the right field wall to cut New York's lead in half in the fifth. "I also tip my hat to the coaching staff for their leadership and passion throughout the team's ideal season".

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  • International Olympic Committee panel to investigate Lochte, US teammates

    International Olympic Committee panel to investigate Lochte, US teammates

    Olympic swimmers implicated in the fabricated story of an armed robbery in Rio, has issued a statement that puts the blame squarely on Ryan Lochte for the whole mess. It's a reminder that all of us, when we travel and especially when we represent the U.S. in the Olympics, are ambassadors for our country and should be on our best behavior.

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  • When is Conor McGregor's Next UFC Fight?

    McGregor won by majority decision. In the fourth round, McGregor caught a second win and got the better of the standup to take the round. The second round was more of the same, as McGregor knocked down Diaz twice more, before Diaz staged a comeback, dominating the final minute of the round.

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  • Flores, Cabrera, Colon lead Mets to 9-4 win over Phillies

    Flores, Cabrera, Colon lead Mets to 9-4 win over Phillies

    Jeremy Hellickson did not go anywhere before July 31, because as general manager Matt Klentak explained it, the offers that were coming in were not representative of the value he felt the veteran pitcher should have on the market. Bryant's 35th homer capped a comeback from an earlier two-run deficit and extended the Cubs' winning streak to four games. New York Mets Kelly Johnson hits a seventh-inning, grand slam in a baseball game against the Philadelphia Phillies, Saturday, Aug.

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  • Obama creates world's largest marine reserve in Hawaii

    Audio clip: Listen to audio clip . If it was part of Hawaii Tourism, the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument would be a new Hawaiian destination to attract millions. Under the law, the president can designate as national monuments any federal lands containing objects of "historic or scientific interest". Native Hawaiians are allowed to remove fish for use in cultural practices.

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  • Asamoah Gyan arrives in England amid Sunderland and Fulham interest

    Asamoah Gyan arrives in England amid Sunderland and Fulham interest

    There might be surprises. "Football is full of them", he said. The people around me are trying to benefit me. It doesnt matter if it is Championship or Premier league, its about being comfortable where I am. Asamoah Gyan has scored 48 goals for Ghana in 95 appearances. "I went to the Middle East but I was scoring goals for the national team and in the World Cup".

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  • Out-Of-Favor Cesc Fabregas Vows To Remain With Chelsea

    Out-Of-Favor Cesc Fabregas Vows To Remain With Chelsea

    Hazard told Chelsea TV the nickname acknowledges Kante affording his opponents little time on the ball and covering the length of the pitch. "We created a lot of chances and scored three attractive goals". Antonio Conte took charge at the club earlier in this summer and under the Italian manager's guidance, Chelsea have won all three matches of the 2016/17 Premier League season.

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  • Sri Lankan Cricketer Tillakaratne Dilshan Announced His Retirement After Australian Series

    After dismissing David Warner during Australia's unsuccessful run chase, all-rounder Perera used language and displayed actions which could have provoked a reaction from the Australia opener, the ICC said in a statement on Thursday. When Dilshan - who captained his team in all formats - enters the dressing room on Sunday against Australia, he'd definitely savour the moment as would the Sri Lankan fans at Dambulla.

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  • You'll never guess why Taylor Swift missed the VMAs

    You'll never guess why Taylor Swift missed the VMAs

    All my adult life, I've looked up to her even though she's younger than me. This isn't a Beyonce concert, it's the fucking MTV VMAs, don't just give me a mini version of Beyonce's fucking tour! Drake wrote on Instagram Sunday alongside a selfie of himself kissing Rihanna on the cheek after he had presented the pop star with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.

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  • US Olympic swimmers arrive in Miami after Rio robbery scandal

    Then on Thursday, Ryan Lochte - described as "excited" and "intoxicated" by police during the incident - issued his apology. He refers to having "a stranger point a gun at you and demand money to let you leave" - seemingly in contrast to his team-mates' statements about having not been victims of a robbery.

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