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  • Union trade Sebastien Le Toux to Rapids

    Union trade Sebastien Le Toux to Rapids

    Sebastien Le Toux #11 of the Philadelphia Union holds off Gonzalo Segares #13 of Chicago Fire during an MLS match at Toyota Park on May 11, 2013 in Bridgeview, Illinois. "Sebastien has been a wonderful servant to the Philadelphia Union and we can not thank him enough for his exemplary time and commitment", Union sporting director Earnie Stewart said in a Philadelphia statement.

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  • Regalan condones a los deportistas de los Juegos Olímpicos 2016

    Regalan condones a los deportistas de los Juegos Olímpicos 2016

    Cada deportista recibiría 42 condones , una cifra récord que triplica los 15 de Londres 2012 . Los 10,500 deportistas que participarán en los Juegos Olímpicos de 2016, recibirán como promedio 42 condones cada uno. Con información de la Revista Forbes. El Comité Olímpico Internacional (COI) es consciente de que durante los Juegos Olímpicos, los atletas no se privan de tener sexo.

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  • 5 muertos y 30 heridos dejó motín en cárcel Alayón de Maracay

    5 muertos y 30 heridos dejó motín en cárcel Alayón de Maracay

    Anoche, en el centro de detenidos Alayón de Maracay , reclusos detonaron en el patio dos artefactos explosivos , dijo la Fiscalía General en un comunicado . Asimismo un equipo de expertos fue enviado a las instalaciones del centro penitenciario, así como a las instituciones médicas a donde fueron llevados los heridos , con la finalidad de recabar información que ayude a esclarecer los hechos.

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  • Unexplained death in Nelson

    Unexplained death in Nelson

    Anyone who may have seen any suspicious activity in the area overnight or this morning is asked to contact Nelson Police on 03 546 3895. Forensic work at the scene in Queen Elizabeth II Drive is expected to take several days.

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  • Kenya in the hunt as women kick off rugby sevens' Olympic debut

    Pichot knows the political dynamics of rugby in this part of the world better than any, and he has been instrumental in ensuring Brazil was ready for rugby in the Olympics and ensuring a sustainable plan is in place after the Games. "I wouldn't call it risky, I'd just say I was a bit cleaner on how I want to do things and allow the players to make decisions". However, there are also downsides - Fiji was hit by a deadly cyclone which killed 42 people in February, while the country's rugby ...

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  • Teen gives US its first gold medal of Rio Olympics

    Thrasher, a Springfield, Virginia native, is the third-youngest US women's shooting medalist. Thrasher won the U.S. Olympic Trials a month ago after becoming the first freshman to win both NCAA individual rifle titles and leading the West Virginia Mountaineers to a team championship.

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  • Thunder y Westbrook alcanzan acuerdo por 3 años

    Thunder y Westbrook alcanzan acuerdo por 3 años

    Westbrook tuvo una temporada inolvidable en 2015-16, empatando a Magic Johnson con los más triples-dobles en los pasados 50 años con 18, incluyendo seis en el mes de marzo. "Estamos encantados de que continúe con nosotros y esperamos con emoción los siguientes días para ver el futuro del Oklahoma City Thunder". Durant se convirtió en agente libre al término de la campaña anterior y el 4 de julio anunció que se marcharía hacia Golden State.

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  • U.S. flagbearer Michael Phelps leads team into Olympics opening ceremony

    Brazil's interim president Michel Temer spoke briefly to the crowd to officially open the Olympics, but he was greeted by boos from a section of the crowd, reflecting the dissatisfaction of the Brazilian people with the government. Led by the most-decorated Olympian ever, swimmer Michael Phelps , a 500-member strong Team USA arrived in red, white and blue from head to toe. He's slated to compete in three individual events here.

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  • Olympics: US anti-dopers blast International Olympic Committee 'confusing mess' over Russian Federation

    Olympics: US anti-dopers blast International Olympic Committee 'confusing mess' over Russian Federation

    Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah of Kuwait, president of the Association of National Olympic Committees, says the "allegations made in the McLaren report were shocking and directly threaten the integrity of sport". Or the innocent athletes should be given a chance if they pass the assessment? It's not completely clear what the new criteria laid down for Russian athletes will mean for the country's Olympic delegation.

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  • On 1st day of judo at Rio Games, Argentina and Russia win

    On 1st day of judo at Rio Games, Argentina and Russia win

    The bronze medals went to Japan's Ami Kondo and Otgontsetseg Galbadrakh of Kazakhstan. London games champion Menezes had been hoping to repeat her victory in front of a home crowd, but lost twice: first to Cuba's Mestre Alvarez in the quarter finals and then in the repechage competition to Munkhbat, who applied such a strong armbar that Menezes tapped out in submission.

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  • PM Nawaz urges MSF for treatment of pellet-guns victims in IHK

    I had not gone there for an elaborate meal", Mr. Singh said amid applause from members. "I am not aware of protocol norms followed during (the) previous (Saarc) events". He categorically stated that there is no good or bad terrorist. Ahead of Singh's visit, Salahuddin and Lashkar e Taiba's Hafiz Saeed had threatened big protests against what they describe as "atrocities in Kashmir" and the killing of Hizbul terrorist Burhan Wani, dubbed by them as a martyr.

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  • Gaby Milito, ante su debut oficial:

    Gaby Milito, ante su debut oficial: "Muchas veces imaginé este momento"

    Milito dijo que todavía no tiene confirmado el equipo para enfrentar a los de Florencio Varela y que lo hará el sábado después del entrenamiento. Estoy muy contento con lo que hicimos. Consultado sobre la posible llegada de Pablo Pérez, Milito dijo: “Estoy conforme con el plantel. Por último, Milito aseguró que le "parece acertada" la contratación de Edgardo Bauza como nuevo entrenador del seleccionado argentino de fútbol.

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  • Jack Wilshere to miss final pre-season games after fresh knee injury

    Jack Wilshere to miss final pre-season games after fresh knee injury

    But Wilshere's omission is another setback for 24-year-old, who will stay in London for rehab. However, the club confirmed on Thursday that Wilshere "drops out of the squad after picking up a knee injury". But Mesut Ozil, Olivier Giroud and Laurent Koscielny will sit the trip out and return to training next week. At some point, the media are going to have to start reporting when Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is actually match fit.

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  • Michael Phelps leads USA, then leaves opening ceremony

    The crowd at the Maracana Stadium cheered and clapped through images, special effects and dance routines, that while relatively low-tech, were no less spectacular. Speaking afterwards the Scotsman said: "It was awesome to get to carry the flag and but also be around the rest of the British team and chat to the guys".

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  • Chiefs announce signing of quarterback Nick Foles

    Chiefs announce signing of quarterback Nick Foles

    Foles seemed to be quite in demand after his release from the Los Angeles Rams. He said Foles displayed great poise with the Eagles. "I think he's a good fit and you can't have enough of those guys". None was drafted above the fifth round, and Daniel and Bray weren't drafted at all. Instead he went with something more familiar and less opportunistic.

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  • Christopher Biggins removed from CBB house for 'offensive language'

    Christopher Biggins removed from CBB house for 'offensive language'

    The statement concluded: "Christopher Biggins has left the house". RICKY Gervais is just one of a legion of Celebrity Big Brother fans who are keen to find out what Christopher Biggins said to get himself evicted from the reality show. Celebrity Big Brother airs tonight at 10:30PM on Channel 5 . Friday night's (5 August) show shows Bear cheating on his girlfriend on national television by passionately kissing Chloe Mafia yet again - a Kim Kardashian lookalike glamour model - in the hot ...

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  • Rio 2016: Olympic Games declared open in dazzling show

    With the Olympic Games as a catalyst you have achieved in just seven years what generations before you could only dream of. Bach, however, said the Games were a "catalyst for transforming Rio into a modern metropolis that is even more lovely than before", while Nuzman said he was the "proudest man alive" that his city had got this far.

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  • Rio 2016 Olympics kick off with opening ceremony

    In one of the world's most unequal societies, the spectacle celebrated the culture of the favelas, the slums that hang vertiginously above the renowned beaches of Rio and ring the Maracana. The cauldron in central Rio is expected to be lit by a runner after the opening ceremony is finished, Howe said. Fewer than 25 foreign heads of state were expected, with others seemingly staying away to avoid giving the impression of taking sides amid Brazil's leadership uncertainty.

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  • Jose Mourinho blasts Klopp and Wenger over Pogba

    Jose Mourinho blasts Klopp and Wenger over Pogba

    We stay like this. The market closes on August 31 but I think my club is trying to do everything to close our market before August 14. "So next week we will have our squad closed". The Juventus star has since won four successive Serie A titles, two Coppa Italia crowns and finished as a Champions League runner-up. The 18-year-old then played a starring role as Portugal went on to win Euro 2016, and Mourinho believes he could have put up a fight to sign his compatriot had he been in the United ...

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  • Guido Pella ya conoce a su rival y debuta el sábado

    Guido Pella ya conoce a su rival y debuta el sábado

    Pico (108º del mundo) se enfrentará al bosnio Mirza Basic (154º) en el quinto turno de la cancha 7 del Centro Olímpicos, por lo que será recién durante la tarde. "Que sea uno u otro no cambiará la preparación del partido porque a los dos los conozco muy bien del circuito". Mientras que para Pella la historia fue de mayor a menor.

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  • Mariners hope to build momentum after dramatic win

    Cruz's 27th home run of the season gave the Mariners a 1-0 lead. Porcello allowed just four hits in eight innings of work last night. The three home runs by Seattle accounted for the only three costly mistakes Porcello made in an otherwise strong start.

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  • Massimiliano allegri calls paul pogba in for training

    Massimiliano allegri calls paul pogba in for training

    Mourinho said: "My teams are different to Mr Van Gaal's teams". "There comes a time that such players are so demanded they can choose where they want to play between the clubs that can pay for them". If the player passes the reported medical on Sunday, we can expect an announcement in the coming days. "Now is the time, so we will see how he is going to get on".

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  • Vincent Janssen is a 'great player', says Tottenham team-mate Dele Alli

    Vincent Janssen is a 'great player', says Tottenham team-mate Dele Alli

    It appears he can also play in the same team as Kane, who dropped into the No10 role after the break and netted his second goal. "I'm also pleased for Harry". It was a great performance by the team and just wat we needed. "I felt a bit rusty to be honest, but it was good to get the cobwebs off and get some minutes".

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  • Chris Froome changes bike mid-race in Olympic road race

    Chris Froome changes bike mid-race in Olympic road race

    Adam Yates, fourth overall and best young rider at the Tour, is joined by leading domestique Ian Stannard - a capable one-day racer in his own right, but not on this hilly route. The Tour de France champion came minutes away from missing registration for the 237.5km race. This result could have been much better had it not been for a hard final week in the alps, where he punctured just before the penultimate climb of Stage 19.

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  • Mouma, Manika bow out after preliminary round defeats

    Mouma, Manika bow out after preliminary round defeats

    Later today, Olympic debutant Manika Batra will have to produce something special to get the better of 60th-ranked Katarzyna Franc-Grzybowska. It was no different in the men's section as World No. Mouma attempted to cobble up a resistance in the third, with both players locked at 5-5, before the Indian was blown away yet again, 11-7. Mouma was nowhere in contention to keep her hopes alive in the fourth game with Daniela taking a commanding 10-2 lead before closing out the match 11-3.

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  • Chelsea, Bristol City agree loan move for teenage striker

    Chelsea, Bristol City agree loan move for teenage striker

    The 18-year-old made his senior debut as a substitute in a 1-1 draw with Liverpool in the Premier League on May 11th, following that up a week later with another appearance against Leicester at Stamford Bridge. Reacting to the signing of Abraham, who has been given the number nine shirt, Johnson said: "Tammy is a top-class player who I believe has a very bright future in the game".

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  • Women take center stage first as rugby returns

    Rugby is returning to the Olympics for the first time in 92 years, bringing the ruck, the maul and the hooker back into the lexicon of the Summer Games. Fiji has such a strong team that former San Francisco 49ers running back Jarryd Hayne failed to make the team. Sonny Bill Williams answered questions about Roger Federer from Swiss media, posed for photos with eager journalists and happily spoke with a large chunk of the Kiwi press contingent shadowing the New Zealand rugby sevens ...

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