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  • Sohail stars for Pakistan

    Alastair Cook, England's Test captain, suggested on Tuesday that Stokes' latest injury "was in some way related to his previous one" - perhaps indicating that he might have required more time to retain peak physical condition before returning to global cricket - and stated that England should "treat him with care and let's get him back 100 percent before we start talking of him playing again".

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  • Furyk makes history shoots 58 at Travelers

    But then he fell apart with four straight bogeys on the back nine (10-13) to end his chances at a second tour win this season. Furyk shot a course record 27 on the front, and finished his back nine 31 with a two-foot put for par on the 18th.

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  • Severe frosts for many as snow lets up

    Severe frosts for many as snow lets up

    More cold nights are on the way, with much of the South Island and inland North Island likely to wake up to sub-zero temperatures again on Tuesday andWednesday morning. Most had their power restored after a few hours, but Unison crews were working frantically to fix issues in isolated areas, the company said. Snow drifts of around a metre affected some areas, closing the Napier-Taupo Road.

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  • Songs The US Olympic Gymnastics Team Should Do Floor Routines To

    Songs The US Olympic Gymnastics Team Should Do Floor Routines To

    Most gymnastics experts point to one world event as being the most influential in re-shaping the landscape of the sport: the dissolution of the Soviet Union, once home to the most dominant gymnastics program in the world. Simone Biles runs through her floor routine during a training session before the start of the Summer Olympic Games on August 4, 2016 at Rio Olympic Arena in Rio de Janeiro.

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  • 'I say sign' - Fornaroli's simple message for City target Cahill

    'I say sign' - Fornaroli's simple message for City target Cahill

    Fornaroli scored 25 goals in 29 matches in his maiden A-League campaign but insisted he could play in behind Cahill or out wide to ensure City gets the most out of Australia's greatest-ever goals-scorer. "If Tim comes, it's flawless. We love the club, the city, the lifestyle, the culture and Melbourne, but first and foremost I am here to play football and win for this club".

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  • Russia, China off to so-so starts in women's gymnastics

    Last fall at the world championships, Raisman struggled during qualifying and wound up being the odd one out while Biles and Douglas went on to go one-two in the finals. Her score of 62.366 was well clear of team-mate Aly Raisman. She now competes for her native Uzbekistan against girls the age of her 17-year-old son Alisher.

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  • Duan Yingying beats Vania King in Jiangxi Open final

    Unseeded Duan got the key break in the 10th game to wrap up the first set and led the second set 4-1. It took Duan two hours and two minutes to secure the hard-fought victory over her sixth-seeded opponent at the Nanchang International Sports Center.

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  • Hall game canceled due to poor field

    So, if you're not comfortable with the field conditions, then there's no reason to gamble with their health like that. "A definite hazard to player safety". Practically speaking, the cancellation means nothing. Players on the fringes of their respective rosters will still have four games to showcase their talent, and fans weren't likely to see a high-quality product on display Sunday.

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  • Ichiro becomes 30th player to record 3000th hit

    Ichiro becomes 30th player to record 3000th hit

    Ichiro came to the plate in the seventh with the same routine he had in his three at-bats that day and more than 10,000 plate appearances in 16 major league seasons. The slugger has 65 runs batted in and is hitting.242 this year. Doing so in each of the first three innings? His 262 hits that year broke Major League Baseball's 84-year-old single-season hit record.

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  • Biles and Douglas lead US charge

    Biles and Douglas lead US charge

    That is in large part due to the presence of record six-time world champion Kohei Uchimura, who is looking to land back-to-back individual all-around golds - if he can drag himself away from playing Pokemon Go , that is. "I wish they would change it, but I don't think they ever will", Raisman said . More telling was that Maggie Haney, the coach of Hernandez, looked devastated in the interview area, which spoke volumes about the situation.

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  • How to Watch the Rio Summer Games Online

    How to Watch the Rio Summer Games Online

    If that's all the Olympics you need in your life, check out this great Lifehacker article on how to make sure you get the very best antenna for your home . In addition, select content will be integrated into NBC Olympics' linear television coverage to keep viewers up to date on the latest social media conversations.

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  • Michael Phelps claims 19th Olympic gold medal

    Britain boasts medal contenders in freestyler James Guy and breaststroker Adam Peaty and Hungarian Laszlo Cseh tops the world rankings in the 100m butterfly - one of two events Phelps is trying to win for a fourth straight time. The Americans have won 41 consecutive Olympic contests while the African nation is looking for its first victory. Women make up about 33 per cent of Australian athletes sent to past Olympics but they have won 38 per cent of medals - and about 40 per cent of gold ...

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  • Rio 2016: Grins, green, games

    The opening ceremony may have been only a few hours long in duration, but the last four years saw Brazil preparing for the mega massive show in every possible way. Rio 2016 president Carlos Nuzman welcomed the world to the Games. Brazil is now facing one of its worst times as issues such as economic recession , political protest and the massive outbreak of Zika virus has nearly crippled the country.

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  • Hamilton wins Hungarian Grand Prix to claim overall lead

    Hamilton wins Hungarian Grand Prix to claim overall lead

    Hamilton now leads the championship by six points from the German driver. Mercedes' request to Hamilton to increase his pace included a warning that the team might have to let Rosberg pit first if he didn't up his speed. Following a hard qualifying session, when Raikkonen was rather predictably eliminated from Q2 in hard conditions and Vettel was isolated in fifth, both drivers recovered well in the race.

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  • Benintendi's big game a positive for Boston at end of trip

    Making his first start for the Dodgers since May 19, he gave up hits to the first two batters and loaded the bases in the first inning. Ortiz was replaced by Aaron Hill in the sixth inning. "Those are things I'll really be able to enjoy when I retire", Gonzalez said. "I made some really good pitches, and then didn't make some good ones".

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  • President Barack Obama commutes sentences of 214 inmates; 30 are from Florida

    President Barack Obama commutes sentences of 214 inmates; 30 are from Florida

    Still, some are violent offenders. Many of those granted commutations Wednesday will continue to have supervised release. Vince King's life sentence from 1996 will expire on December 1 after 20 years. But Obama's clemency initiative is running pretty far behind: The administration still has nearly 12,000 commutation petitions pending . Former pardon attorney Deborah Leff resigned this year because she said the administration wasn't devoting enough resources to the issue, and because her ...

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  • Williams sisters stunned in Rio doubles

    With US Secretary of State John Kerry and gymnastics gold medal favourite Simone Biles looking on, seven-times grand slam victor Williams won the first set but became frustrated as the match wore on, losing 4-6 6-3 7-6 (5) to the world number 62.

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  • Stopwatch failure adds to Rosberg's woes

    Stopwatch failure adds to Rosberg's woes

    Hamilton, second on the grid, was faster off the mark than teammate and title rival Nico Rosberg , who started from pole but dropped to fourth before the first corner. But as in the controversial race in Austria earlier this month, in which he collided with Hamilton on the final lap, Rosberg appeared to leave little room for the Dutchman.

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  • Pakistan dig in after early Hafeez blow

    While Sohail replaced Wahab Riaz, Aslam had come in for Shan Masood for what is only his third Test match. One of the most tense finishes Test cricket has known saw England almost snatch defeat from the jaws of victory as Australia's last wicket-pair of Brett Lee and Michael Kasprowicz so nearly put their side 2-0 up in that year's Ashes.

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  • Jim Furyk shoots first 58 in PGA Tour history

    Jim Furyk shoots first 58 in PGA Tour history

    This is really special. With nothing to lose, Furyk set the course alight in the benign conditions in Cromwell and was four under par for the round after four holes, thanks to a 134 yard hole out for eagle on the par four third. Knox closed with a 68 for a 14-under 266 total. Knox, 31, a native of Inverness, Scotland, followed Furyk's outing with his victory. Justin Thomas and Patrick Rodgers (268) tied for third and Jim Furyk (269) headlined a four-way tie for fifth with Robert ...

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  • Jimmy Butler scores eight in USA's rout of China

    Jimmy Butler scores eight in USA's rout of China

    It's incredible to me". And it's not even a laughing matter, according to DeAndre Jordan . "So we were talking about: 'Would you jump off the boat or would you get in?' [Butler] says: 'No, and don't play with me about it.' He definitely does not like the water at all".

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  • Justin Grimm back with the Cubs

    He deserved a victory for that fine performance in a tough matchup at Wrigley Field, but Marlins closer A.J. Ramos let up three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to blow the game. But the late-game offense has become a recurrent theme. Chicago Cubs' Willson Contreras steals second on a throw from Miami Marlins catcher Jeff Mathis to shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria, as umpire Mark Wegner watches during the sixth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, Aug.

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  • Adam Peaty sets world record in 100m breaststroke heats

    Cameron van der Burgh of South Africa, the London 2012 gold medallist, was second in 58.69s and Cody Miller of the United States third in 58.87s. Propelled by the dynamic sister act of Bronte and Cate Campbell, defending champions Australian flexed their muscles in preparation for a tilt at their own world record later Saturday, qualifying in 3:32.39 - over a second faster than an American team featuring Katie Ledecky.

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  • Rio Olympics 2016: Welshman Joe Cordina confident after 'shaky' start

    Rio Olympics 2016: Welshman Joe Cordina confident after 'shaky' start

    But despite being the reigning European champion and having won his last tournament ahead of the Games - the Golden Belt in Romania - Cordina didn't have it all his own way against Suarez. "The crowd is only going to get bigger and bigger and I just can't wait to fight again". I always believed I was going to win this fight, and the next one, and go on to push for the gold medal.

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  • Racing only the clock, Ledecky cruises to world record

    The teams from Australia, Russia and France, the defending Olympic champion, were seen as tough opponents, and in the end France claimed the silver and Australia took the bronze. NBC color man Rowdy Gaines got so excited during the final 50 meters that I thought he might fall into the pool: "Ahh, she may be like a rock climber, but speeded up times ten.

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  • Holt's 11th-inning hit pushes Red Sox over M's

    Holt's 11th-inning hit pushes Red Sox over M's

    Brock Holt popped out, but Xander Bogaerts sent a drive to deep left that, for an instant, seemed poised to throw away Iwakuma's work. Seattle beat Boston 3-1 last night behind three solo home runs, including Nelson Cruz's 27th blast of the season.

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  • Serena and Venus Williams fall in first-ever Olympics doubles loss

    Seeded No. 1 at the Rio de Janeiro Games, Williams was hardly at her best in the 91-minute contest against Gavrilova, who is ranked 46th and only once has been past the second round at a major tournament. The Williams sisters, not used to defeat, looked dejected as they left the stadium after their first ever doubles match loss at the Olympics and refused to give any media interviews.

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  • Team Refugee athlete wins 100m butterfly heat

    The Syrian swimming star, who competed at the 2012 Short Course World Championships, eventually made it to Germany. But unlike some of the athletes she's up against, Mardini is also on a brand-new team on the Olympic stage, the Team Refugee Athletes.

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