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  • European Ryder Cup side finalised

    With rookies filling five of the nine automatic qualifying places - albeit one of them being Masters champion Danny Willett - Clarke had made no secret of the fact that he wanted to "balance the team" with experienced players. "We won't know", Clarke said. "But, given his form, I found it impossible to leave Thomas out". "I'm motivated now for the next three weeks, that's for sure".

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  • Florida Braced For Hurricane Hermine

    A hurricane warning is in place for parts of northern Florida, after tropical storm Hermine strengthened overnight. "In addition, wind gusts of 30-40 miles per hour are possible", forecasters in the weather services Raleigh office said.

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  • Stephanie Meadow remains in contention in Canadian Pacific

    Northern Ireland's Stephanie Meadow followed up her round of 66 on Thursday with a 69 on Friday to pull into a tie with Chun for second spot. I just changed my focus to be honest with myself. "I realised the second shot on the fourth also went in because of the cheers". "My irons getting a lot better in the last week or so". Meanwhile fellow New Zealand golfer Michael Hendry has finished second at the latest Japan Tour event.

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  • Serena continues quest for historic 23rd slam title

    The Briton wasted no time in sweeping aside the Czech, who he had an on-court row with during a match at last year's Munich Open, as he powered to a 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 success. However, Williams held serve comfortably with a couple of aces, and a scintillating forehand victor down the line, stamping down her authority immediately.

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  • Teddy Bridgewater impresses as Vikings open US Bank Stadium

    Bank Stadium should go to the Team Locker Room Store entrance off of Medtronic Plaza. Chargers: Beside Oliver, RT Joe Barksdale also came out of the game in the first half, limping off with a left ankle injury. While the Metrodome had more drawbacks than can be counted, or at least listed in this piece, it's hard to deny the effect that the crowd noise there had on the Vikings' home-field advantage.

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  • Simunovic recommits to Celtic after failed move

    Simunovic recommits to Celtic after failed move

    The transfer eventually collapsed and Simunovic is heading back to Celtic where he will stay until at least the winter transfer window. Celtic were keen for Simunovic to move to Italy on a permanent deal but it is believed Torino were looking for an initial loan switch.

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  • Hales leads England to series win

    It's been a dominant series so far for England , having barely been challenged by a Pakistan outfit that is a far cry from the team that drew the Test series two-all. He also hoisted Plunkett and Rashid for two well-struck sixes. England , chasing a target of 248, finished on 252 for six with 12 balls to spare. Rizwan was lbw, failing to account for Rashid's variations.

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  • Burnley celebrating famous win over Liverpool

    Jurgen Klopp's side were beaten 2-0 by the newly-promoted Clarets as they failed to build on an impressive opening-weekend win at Arsenal. The visitors started with James Milner as a make-shift left-back but it was their established right-back who erred as Burnley grabbed an early advantage.

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  • Sachin thanks countrymen for supporting Indian athletes in Rio

    In order to redeem her tickets, Sakshi has to contact the Reservation Manager at Safdargunj Airport with the copy of this letter within a year, states the letter. Union finance minister Arun Jaitley applauded Sakshi for her historic feat. Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia on Saturday announced Rs 1 crore as award to Olympics bronze medallist Sakshi Malik.

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  • Federation Internationale de Football Association president hails successful test of video replays

    Defender Giorgio Chiellini was to blame for France's opening two goals , and 17-year-old goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma failed to protect his near post to let in the third on his global debut. Considered an heir to longtime Italy starter Buffon, Donnarumma replaced Buffon to start the second half and became the youngest goalkeeper to ever play for the Azzurri , and the youngest player overall in modern times.

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  • Andy Murray marches on

    Top seed Serena Williams beat Russia's Ekaterina Makarova 6-3 6-3 to begin her US Open campaign. That gives her enough leverage to continue hitting powerful serves and groundstrokes with enormous depth. Open with another straight-set victory. He's also dropped seven of his past eight meetings with Serbian opponents - the only win that upset of Djokovic at Wimbledon.

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  • Rio Olympics: Jamaica celebrates Bolt's unprecedented feat

    Rio Olympics: Jamaica celebrates Bolt's unprecedented feat

    Regardless of what he does next, the charismatic Jamaican has clearly been relishing his last Olympic performance, smiling broadly as he barrels toward the finish line. He grabbed the baton almost even with the United States team, but pulled away easily in the homestretch to give Jamaica its third consecutive 4x100 gold.

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  • Allardyce open to selecting foreign-born players for England

    Rooney has played 115 times for England , putting him level with David Beckham as the country's most-capped outfield player. "So, 15 years is a lot of time and I will be 34 by the next tournament and it is time to quit". "I think it's a deserved call-up and I'm sure he's anxious to get out on the training pitch and show Sam what he can do at this level". "It's just a matter of us doing well in a tournament".

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  • Mayor: Cop's tattoo 'offensive,' especially to Nazi victims

    Mayor: Cop's tattoo 'offensive,' especially to Nazi victims

    An officer named Ian Lichterman has served in the department since May 2003 and makes a salary around $72,000, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported . Philadelphia police have not confirmed Lichtermann's identity, but Philly Voice reports that there is an officer by the same name listed in Philadelphia payroll records.

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  • Keukeleire ganó etapa y Quintana sigue al frente — Vuelta a España

    Keukeleire ganó etapa y Quintana sigue al frente — Vuelta a España

    En la general no hubo cambios y sigue encabezando el colombiano Nairo Quintana seguido a 54 segundos del actual campeón del tour de France Chris Froome . Un desgaste que llega en vísperas del recorrido más largo de la presente edición de La Vuelta, 213 kilómetros con cuatro puertos de tercera categoría con final en Urdax.

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  • Venezuela no será un rival fácil para Colombia, dice delantero Carlos Bacca

    Colombia saltaba a la cancha con importantes novedades, principalmente en el frente de ataque, con las novedades de Macnelly Torres y Luis Fernando Muriel , en lugar de Edwin Cardona y Juan Guillermo Cuadrado , buscando mayor volumen ofensivo que le permitiera conseguir los tres puntos que le permitieran ubicarse parcialmente en las posiciones de clasificación directa.

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  • Canelo Alvarez calls out Conor McGregor

    Canelo Alvarez calls out Conor McGregor

    And with that, the idea of the Irishman possibly competing in a boxing match started again. Now that the dust has settled, other boxers like Floyd Mayweather and Amir Khan are continuing to call out McGregor. "If he wants to come over to this side of the world and box, he'll see it's not as easy as he thinks". Speaking on the fight, Canelo Alvarez tells WBN that that Liam Smith is a tough opponent who will demand his full attention and preparation.

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  • Tim Tebow expected to draw huge crowd for Major League Baseball workout

    Tim Tebow expected to draw huge crowd for Major League Baseball workout

    He's won the Heisman". Tebow captured the 2007 Heisman Trophy as part of a stellar college football career at the University of Florida. I don't think this is one you're going to take your time on, because he's not a young kid. Amaro added that players are given a week to adjust to the level of competition, though he would "love to have (Tebow) around for the whole winter".

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  • Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater suffered dislocated knee, torn ACL

    The quarterback's injury put a stunning and abrupt end to the Vikings' practice, with several teammates throwing their helmets and shouting expletives as others dropped to a knee in prayer after Bridgewater went down. "It's more about our feelings for Teddy as a person than anything else". This evening, the Vikings announced that Bridgewater suffered a dislocated knee, a completely torn ACL, and "other structural damage".

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  • Jack Wilshere: Arsenal midfielder makes loan switch to Bournemouth

    Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe is confident that new loan signing Jack Wilshere will help the club progress this season. Reflecting on his decision to head to the South Coast, Wilshere tweeted: "I'm delighted to have joined Bournemouth on a season-long loan and would like to thank everyone at the club for making me feel so welcome".

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  • Rafa to play in Brisbane

    Rafa to play in Brisbane

    Bjorn Borg, Rafael Nadal, Rod Laver, Roger Federer and John McEnroe pose for a photo during the Laver Cup media announcement. I can't wait to play doubles with Rafa at the Laver Cup and just sit on the sidelines and really want Rafa to hit one good shot after another.

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  • El "Patón" Bauza delinea el equipo

    Uruguay también jugará el próximo 6 de septiembre contra Paraguay en la octava jornada de las eliminatorias mundialistas. Más ingresa por Rojo porque debe una fecha de suspensión. Uruguay y ecuador comparten la punta con 13 puntos. " Si conseguimos puntos esa posición se puede mantener o fortalecer ", explicó. La persona que impartirá justicia en el partido Argentina vs Uruguay en vivo será el árbitro chileno Julio Bascuñan de 38 años de edad.

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