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  • Expect Hope Solo to continue to be a target of taunts

    New Zealand managed just 4 shots, and Carli Lloyd and Alex Morgan scored goals for the Americans, who emerged with a 2-0 victory. Solo also apologized for her tweets when she arrived in Brazil. " Not sharing this! Get your own!" The Americans are trying to become the first team to win the Olympics after succeeding at the World Cup. Later, Solo admitted that fear about Zika had been highly exaggerated.

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  • Inicia desfile de contingentes de países en los Olímpicos de Río 2016

    Temer sustituyó a Dilma Rousseff en mayo pasado, después de que la anterior presidenta fuera suspendida de sus funciones, y apenas tiene un índice de aceptación del 13% en el país, azotado por una grave crisis económica y política. Tan solo la delegación anfitriona, que salió inmediatamente después, recibió una ovación más sonora. Miles de personas reunidas en el Maracaná abuchearon sonoramente al presidente interino de Brasil , quien al iniciar los gritos en su contra se mostró ...

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  • Yankees' Alex Rodriguez to play final major-league game Friday

    He missed the entire 2014 season due to a doping suspension. The Yankees owe Rodriguez $27 million over a contract that expires after next season. The news comes just days after Rodriguez stated that he'd be "at peace" if the Yankees made a decision to release him during the season.

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  • JD Martinez's Epic Throw Wins Game For Tigers

    Miguel Cabrera's two-run single in the fourth gave him 996 RBI with Detroit , and his two hits gives him 463 multi-hit games with the Tigers. He's posting career-best numbers at the plate (.286 average, .831 OPS) and making strides defensively at third base, while Detroit has rattled off 10 wins in the last 11 games and finds itself in the midst of a playoff chase.

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  • Olympics-Brazil casts aside crisis in rousing Rio Games opening

    The opening ceremony was decidedly simple and low-tech, clearly pointing to Brazil's financial woes. They were more than willing to forget the economic problems plaguing their country as well as the criticism from many over the cost of staging one of the world's largest and most expensive sporting events .

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  • Greek competitor tests positive for drugs - team

    It said in a statement that the athlete concerned had returned a positive test at the beginning of July and had now left the Olympic Village. Martasidis, who was to compete in the 85kg category, had arrived in Rio hours earlier only to be informed of a positive test from an out-of-competition doping control, his team said.

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  • Oklahoma adds four-star QB Cameron Rising for 2018

    Oklahoma adds four-star QB Cameron Rising for 2018

    Rising holds offers from Alabama, UCLA, Cal, LSU, Michigan and TCU, among others. He made an official visit to OU on July 20 as part of a summer tour. "It's one of the best programs in the country". Rising is OU's third commitment for the 2018 class, all in the Scout 300. The Sooners also have true freshman Austin Kendall , a four-star prospect himself, who will be the backup to Mayfield this season.

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  • Ranieri warns United: I feel something good

    Ranieri warns United: I feel something good

    Leicester continued to trouble United's defense but, in the end, couldn't make the threat count. However, Ranieri faces an uphill battle for the upcoming season after losing "their engine", N'Golo Kante to Chelsea. Although Ranieri spent four seasons at Stamford Bridge and improved Chelsea's season-on-season points tally in all four years of his tenure, his second place finish was not deemed good enough by Chelsea's Russian billionaire owner Roman Abramovich.

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  • Kelter leads United States to historic victory at 2016 Rio Olympics

    Kelter leads United States to historic victory at 2016 Rio Olympics

    Great Britain delivered a big wakeup call to Canada's women's rugby team on Sunday. New Zealand, France, Canada and Great Britain will also be in the hunt for medals after going through the opening day unbeaten as well with Fiji and U.S. While the Japan game was a stroll - they earlier lost 45-0 against Canada - Britain led only 7-3 at the break after Brazil, inspired by their talisman Paula Ishibashi, dominated territory and threatened a possible upset.

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  • Favre, Dungy lead large Hall class

    Favre, Dungy lead large Hall class

    Favre joined Marvin Harrison, Tony Dungy, Kevin Greene , Orlando Pace, Ken Stabler, Dick Stanfel and Eddie DeBartolo Jr in the 2016 class of football greats who were immortalised during a special ceremony. "They were role models and mentors for me and my generation ... without those 10 laying the groundwork, the league would not have the 200-plus minority assistant coaches it has today".

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  • Canada wins first medal at 2016 Rio Games

    The bronze medal is the first women's swimming medal for Canada since Marianne Limpert won silver in the 200-metre individual medley at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta and the first medal for Canada in the 4x100 free relay since the 1976 Games in Montreal.

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  • El Madrid ultima la preparación antes de viajar a Noruega

    El Madrid ultima la preparación antes de viajar a Noruega

    También realizaron disparos a portería en carrera y ejercicios de posesión y presión por equipos. Keylor Navas y Coentrão continúan con sus procesos de recuperación. "Estoy muy contento de ver a ticos por aquí. Hay que poner mucho de tu parte, esforzarse y entrenarse muy bien". El arquero resaltó la importancia del esfuerzo y del trabajo, además de la necesidad de aprovechar las oportunidades que da la vida.

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  • Athlete wins Kosovo's 1st Olympic gold medal

    Kosovo was accepted as a member of the IOC in 2014 and now it has an Olympic champion in Kelmendi. In women's road cycling, Anna van der Breggen delivered the Netherlands its first gold medal of the Rio games in a tense finish that saw her team-mate Annemiek van Vleuten injured in a violent fall.

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  • Tommasone makes boxing history as first Games professional

    Tommasone makes boxing history as first Games professional

    NDams shocking loss erased fears of an Olympic boxing tournament in Rio to be ruled by professionals. In a shocking light heavyweight opening round upset, former WBA and WBO interim middleweight champion Hassan N'Dam N'Jikam (33-2, 19 KOs as a pro), who is now rated WBO #6 at middleweight, was eliminated from Olympic competition by 25-year-old Brazilian amateur Michel Borges via three round unanimous decision.

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  • Orioles' Manny Machado hits 3 HRs in 3 innings vs

    You're just hoping that that gets directed toward home plate and he can throw strikes like that. "Multiply that by the fact that he's got good stuff.so I'll give our guys a mulligan on the first inning there, when we had an opportunity". With that being said, the Orioles in-form pitching staff will be facing a squad that boasts a slumping offense that's yet to find its rhythm this season and comes into the clash against the O's ranked 11 in the AL in average (.249), 12 in home runs (108) and ...

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  • Nadal still doubtful over participating at Rio

    Nadal still doubtful over participating at Rio

    Nadal says he won't be at his best level in any of the categories as he hasn't competed for two months and he hasn't trained a lot. "After discussing it with my team, I have decided I will play everything that I can", Nadal told reporters .

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  • USA women's rugby wins first Olympic match ever by 48 points

    USA women's rugby wins first Olympic match ever by 48 points

    The two best third-placed finishers also reach the last eight. The United States is now tied for second place in Group A with four points and faces group leader Australia on Sunday at 11:30 a.m. Things did not get any better against Britain later in the day, as Japan gave up a try straight from the kick off to Amy Wilson Hardy. The Women's Sevens Eagles bounced back from that setback with a much-improved display against Colombia , Kathryn Johnson and Alev Kelter crossing for two ...

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  • Rod to play final MLB game Friday

    The Yankees had basically made Rodriguez a full-time bench player this season a year after he was a vital member of the lineup during his 33-home run comeback in 2015. Starting in 2008, Rodriguez made six trips to the disabled list in six seasons. A-Rod made a successful return past year, when the Yankees made him a fulltime DH, but his offense slid late in the season and hit.224 from September 1 on.

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  • Russian diplomat fatally shoots Rio mugger with torch nearby

    Russian diplomat fatally shoots Rio mugger with torch nearby

    Early reports said the diplomat fought with the robber and moments later was able to wrestle away the mugger's gun and shot him, moments after the Olympic torch relay went by. The Russian vice-consul in Rio de Janeiro has shot dead a mugger who tried to hold him up in his auto. "I officially declare that one of the Russian diplomats and none of the employees of the Consulate General in Rio de Janeiro was involved in the incident that the press is writing about".

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  • Serena Williams wins Rio opener; 1st match since Wimbledon

    Serena Williams wins Rio opener; 1st match since Wimbledon

    Serena Williams, of the United States, yells after winning a point at the net during the second set of her match against Daria Gavrilova, of Australia, at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro , Brazil, Sunday, Aug. Williams, once possessor of one of the best serves in women's tennis, hit one ace, five fewer than Flipkens. They clapped when she double-faulted. In other action, reigning world champion swimmer Yulia Efimova of Russian Federation was booed after winning her heat in the ...

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  • Over 200 Russian athletes checked for doping at 2016 Olympics

    Revelations of state-sponsored Russian doping overshadowed the build-up to the Olympics, and the country was banned on Sunday from the Paralympics that will follow. She was facing a lifetime ban as a two-time offender after serving a 16-month suspension after testing positive for the steroid DHEA in late 2013. A spokesman for the Russian Olympic Committee said Efimova was already in Rio.

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  • Nadal se pasea ante Delbonis en su debut en Río

    En sorteo realizado ayer ambas raquetas se volverán a medir, después de enfrentarse en Londres 2012 por la presea de bronce, siendo ganador el jugador pampero. 11.30 - GIMNASIA ARTISTICA (Femenino): Clasificación, Ailén Valente. 13.29 - NATACION (Masculino): 200m estilo libre, Federico Grabich . Federico Delbonis cayó 6-2 6-1 ante Rafael Nadal que no le dio una chance para soñar con un batacazo.

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  • 'Philadelphia Phillies vs. San Francisco Giants

    Official scorer Mike Maconi, after much deliberation and a close look at the rulebook, ruled that it was in fact a hit, and that the forceout was nullified when the winning run crossed the plate. Moore gave up a pair of one-run leads and walked six in six innings, but otherwise posted a quality start and flashed high-octane stuff in his first outing since the Giants gave up a glittering pile - Matt Duffy plus two premium prospects - to acquire him from the Tampa Bay Rays.

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  • Rio Olympics: Dipa Karmakar Sixth in Vault Qualifiers, in Race For Finals

    Rio Olympics: Dipa Karmakar Sixth in Vault Qualifiers, in Race For Finals

    For those who want to see an Indian to do the unthinkable and win an Olympic medal, Dipa's chances depend on her "execution" scores in her pet event, the vault. "There is just so much hope and expectation in India, I just don't know how to deal with all this heavy burden." "This is really giving me sleepless nights because medals can disappear by 0.001 of a point".

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  • Mike Piazza, Ken Griffey, Jr. inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame

    With his distinctive style and ear-to-ear smile, Ken Griffey Jr. was inducted into the Major League Baseball (MLB) Hall of Fame on Sunday along with former slugger Mike Piazza . You always sent me baseball equipment when I needed it. "When we showed up at the site (for the ceremonies), he said, 'You gotta do it, you gotta do it, '" Griffey said.

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  • Mets says golf not cause for Cespedes going on DL

    Jerry Blevins replaced Colon with two down, and Aaron Hicks plated the Yanks' first run with a single to center. Following two-out singles by Jacoby Ellsbury and Rob Refsnyder, the switch-hitter lofted the ball over the right-field scoreboard and into the first row of seats at Yankee Stadium for his 10th home run this season and first batting right-handed since July 31 past year against Carlos Rodon of the Chicago White Sox.

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  • What To Watch For At Watkins Glen On Sunday

    Stewart has four top-fives in the last six races and has scored the second-most points in the last seven to get firmly entrenched in the 16-driver field for NASCAR's playoffs. As much grip as the tire has, when you do get side ways here, the tires break loose and they can shatter quite a bit. He won back-to-back poles at Texas and Bristol this spring.

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