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  • Rio silver is so sweet for Jazz Carlin after London heartache

    Rio silver is so sweet for Jazz Carlin after London heartache

    Silver is the most important thing. She didn't have to get me pumped up because I knew this arena would be absolutely flawless for me. He paid tribute to coach Mel Marshall, who suffered Olympic disappointment in 2004 when she entered the Athens Games as world number one only to return without a medal.

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  • U.S. top medal rankings after second day in Rio

    Recounting the story of how she took up the sport in the first place she recalled: "It was 8th grade, my grandfather took me hunting, I got my first deer, I really liked the adrenalin". "I was just trying to shoot the best I could for my first Olympics experience coming without any medal". First came Chase Kalisz, the 22-year-old protégé of Michael Phelps , who swam his fastest time ever to win a silver medal in the men's 400 individual medley.

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  • Jose Mourinho: Why defender Eric Bailly is the man for Manchester United

    However, it was Lingard, whose sublime volley settled the FA Cup final against Crystal Palace in May, who opened the scoring when he slalomed past a quartet of attempted challenges before firing a low shot beyond Schmeichel. However, United fans are less convinced that Mourinho is trying to force Mata out of another club . The Premier League champions had the best chances of the first half hour as Shinji Okazaki went close twice with one of his efforts crashing against David De Gea's ...

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  • Broncos Talib makes training camp debut

    Broncos Talib makes training camp debut

    Talib, one of the loudest and proudest personalities in the National Football League, was on the practice field for the first time on Monday after suffering a gunshot wound to his right leg in an incident on June 5 . I did some one-on-ones today. "When you sit on the sideline and be away from football you see how important it is to you", he said. All the text messages, all the calls, all the "Welcome backs" today - there was a bunch of love out here today and I definitely felt it.

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  • Field conditions force cancellation of Hall of Fame Game

    Field conditions force cancellation of Hall of Fame Game

    Both teams walked onto the field at 8 p.m., moments before the game would have kicked off, and the players saluted the crowd. Hall of Fame president David Baker said that he was notified about two and a half hours before the scheduled kickoff that there were issues with the paint at midfield and the end zones.

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  • Twins can't escape AL basement, lose 7-3 to Rays

    Andriese (6-3) allowed three runs and six hits in 4 2/3 innings. Nick Franklin hit a solo homer for the Rays in the bottom of the 3rd, bringing the score to 3-2. Santana had eight strikeouts and no walks in the first five innings, while Snell left after 5 1/3 innings with seven strikeouts against only two walks.

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  • Aussies, Kiwis to play for 1st Olympic gold in rugby 7s

    Aussies, Kiwis to play for 1st Olympic gold in rugby 7s

    Emilee Cherry scored a first half brace and Chloe Dalton added the other midway through the second period as the green and gold defeated the Canadians three tries to one in a clinical performance in front of a crowd in excess of 10,000. It meant that Britain have still to concede a try in three games at Deodoro Stadium , while they have rattled up a total of 91 points. France advanced with two wins, posting some early historic marks.

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  • NBC swim commentator defends comments criticized as sexist

    Katinka's win on Saturday sparked further controversy, after an NBC commentator credited Tusup as being "the guy responsible" for her incredible turnaround. "So we can laugh a lot". NBC has not commented on that incident, which came just days after a study by the Cambridge University Press found that in the media's coverage of sports, men were three times more likely to be mentioned in a sporting context than women - who, meanwhile, were routinely described with regards to ...

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  • Saudi Judo Athlete Forfeits Match Against Israeli

    Saudi Judo Athlete Forfeits Match Against Israeli

    According to Channel 2 , Fahmy was not hurt, but simply dropped out to avoid competing against the Israeli judoka. Cohen then lost to Legentil in a brief second-round bout later in the day. On Friday, the Lebanese Olympic delegation caused a scene when it refused to allow the Israeli contingent onto a shared bus to the opening ceremonies.

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  • Tears in free flow after USA swimming relay gold

    NAN recalls that Phelps came out of retirement in 2014, having quit after London 2012. Phelps reaffirmed his status as the most decorated Olympian of all-time, winning his 23rd medal in his fourth appearance at the Games. France won gold in the event in London, after the United States took top honors in the classic 2008 final that saw Jason Lezak overtake former world record-holder Alain Bernard down the stretch.

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  • United says Pogba to have medical to finalize move from Juve

    United says Pogba to have medical to finalize move from Juve

    Juventus briefed English reporters on Sunday afternoon, confirming that the player has been given permission to go ahead and have a medical ahead of the deal. "I think it's important they sign players of stature and personality", Neville told Sky Sports . Luke Shaw claims the news of Paul Pogba's impending arrival at Manchester United has been well received in the dressing room.

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  • Gold medal-winner Horton slammed for 'classless' remark

    Horton won the gold medal for the 400 metres freestyle on Satuday, while Sun - the London 2012 champion - took the silver medal. CHINESE state-run media blasted Australian swimmer Mack Horton as immoral and his nation as a former "offshore prison" Monday, after he referred to homegrown star Sun Yang as a drugs cheat .

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  • Michael Phelps Wins His First Olympics 2016 Gold

    Michael Phelps Wins His First Olympics 2016 Gold

    In his first appearance of these Summer Games, Phelps showed he is still capable of the kind of jaw-dropping, did-he-really-just-do-that? performances that already made him the most decorated Olympic athlete of them all . But they had won it only once since 2000 until Sunday. Dressel, a sophomore at Florida, and Held are Olympic rookies. "I never wanted to look back 20 years down the road and say 'what if I did this differently, what if I did that differently.' This is me giving 100 ...

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  • Adam Peaty wins GOLD in 100m breaststroke & sets new World Record!

    His gold is Great Britain's first medal of the Rio Olympics. But they didn't have to wait long for the next one - it was quickly followed by a silver from Jazz Carlin in the women's 400 metre freestyle. "I was a bit on, a bit off", he added. Peaty's old rival, South Africa's Cameron van der Burgh who he beat by 0.32 seconds in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, took the silver a full 1.56 seconds behind the new Olympic champion.

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  • French gymnast suffers grisly fracture at Rio Olympics

    Said's lower half of his shin dangled in the opposite direction of the rest of his leg as he tried to complete his vault during the teams' preliminaries on 6 August - sound of which echoed throughout the stadium. "Taking into account the type of injury and the quality and rapidity of the surgical treatment, we expect that he will recover well ", said Leglise.

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  • Klopp targets 20 academy players in Liverpool squad

    Klopp targets 20 academy players in Liverpool squad

    Moreno - a £12m signing from Sevilla two years ago - made a number of costly defensive errors last season and has struggled to find consistency in a Liverpool shirt. The England global impressed in the 4-0 friendly win against Barcelona yesterday at Wembley. "He's a guy who gives 110 per cent and someone I always like to see play because he always gives everything he's got".

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  • Lyon Chief Discounts Lacazette Rumours — Arsenal Transfer News

    The same report states that the Ligue 1 outfit are under no pressure to sell the France international striker after receiving £20m from the sale of Samuel Umtiti to Barcelona. But now Arsenal's interest will be put on hold after Lacazette's weekend woe in the Trophee des Champions. According to Goal sources, he will miss at least three weeks.

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  • Peaty stunned with gold-medal swim

    Not since Adrian Moorhouse in 1988 had a British male won an Olympic swimming title and Peaty won the same 100 metres breaststroke race in a world record of 57.13 seconds and by more than 1.5secs. It's given me a new interest and kept my brain working". Peaty, who trains at Loughborough University under the guidance of coach Mel Marshall, had been untouchable in the heats and semi-finals, setting his first world record of 57.55 in the heats.

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  • US women's basketball team routs Senegal in record fashion

    With the 121-56 victory, the USA broke their own record for most points - 114 set in 1992 - scored in the Olympics. When it ended, they had set three Olympic marks: Points scored in a game, margin of victory and assists. "You just have to have a wonderful game on your side and they have to be, I don't know, sick". “They were very, very nervous obviously because my prognosis was six to eight weeks and this is right on six weeks right now, but I was open with them and honest, ” Bogut said.

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  • Bochy hospitalized, won't manage Giants in opener at Miami

    Bochy hospitalized, won't manage Giants in opener at Miami

    Bruce Bochy was taken to a Miami hospital on Monday. The Giants kick off a three-game series in Miami on Monday, and bench coach Ron Wotus will assume manager duties for Bochy in the contest. Bochy, who is now in the midst of his 10th season as the Giants' manager, continues to lead his club to successful campaigns year in and year out. The Giants (63-48) lead the National League West by one game over the Dodgers.

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  • Virginia native wins first gold medal of Rio Olympics

    In the air rifle competition, shooters use pellets with a flat fronts that leave clean holes in the paper target that determines scoring. American shooter Ginny Thrasher won the first gold medal of the Rio Olympics, then spoke of her sadness at how America's gun control controversy has affected her sport.

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  • It's important Man Utd sign Juventus star Pogba

    Asked if he was confident that Pogba would join United, Mourinho said: "Pogba is a Juventus player until officially he isn't". 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 the 14th.

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  • Dutch cyclist in intensive care after horror crash in Rio

    Dutch cyclist in intensive care after horror crash in Rio

    Dutchwoman Annemiek van Vleuten fractured three vertebrae and suffered concussion in a terrible crash on the Vista Chinesa descent close to the finish at the Copacabana beach. "It was everything for the win", added Van der Breggen switching her attention her success. Later Sunday, Williams and her older sister Venus lost an Olympic doubles match for the first time.

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  • Gutiérrez elige buen momento para estrenarse como goleador

    La buena noticia es que la goleada si sucedió, pero no fue fácil. El jugador del Pachuca reconoció que en el primer tiempo México dejó mucho qué desear. Erick Gutiérrez fue la figura del encuentro al conquistar cuatro anotaciones (46', 54', 57' y 72') y Carlos Salcedo (66'); por Fiyi marcó Roy Krishna (9').

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