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  • Athletics-Bekele in a hurry for London marathon glory

    Athletics-Bekele in a hurry for London marathon glory

    Keitany, 33, wants to use the event in London as a springboard before she pushes for gold at the London World Championships in August. After Monday's successful screening of the Kenya-dominated Boston Marathon in Kapsabet, Nandi County, the Bank of Africa's World Marathon Majors viewing parties shift to Iten in Elgeyo-Marakwet County for the screening of the London Marathon this Sunday (April 23).

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  • Isco hits victor and wants to stay at 'best club'

    Isco hits victor and wants to stay at 'best club'

    During their meeting, Isco learnt how to say "I love you" in sign language, and the Madrid star paid homage to the awesome fans after finding the target. But Alvaro Morata headed Madrid level again in the 59th from a pass by Danilo, and the pacesetters kept pushing until Isco netted the victor. He said: "Zidane makes the line-ups and is managing the squad in an extraordinary way".

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  • Juventus eliminó a Barcelona

    A la misma hora pero en Francia, y por la señal ESPN 2, Mónaco defenderá en casa el triunfo por 3-2 logrado en Alemania ante Borussia Dortmund. "Es una noche triste", dijo Luis Enrique en la rueda de prensa posterior a la vuelta de los cuartos de 'Champions' que finalizó con empate 0-0, después que la 'Juve' se impusiera 3-0 en la ida.

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  • Aloisi: I never made a decision on Broich

    Aloisi: I never made a decision on Broich

    Brisbane have come under scrutiny this week after Broich revealed in The Courier Mail he would leave the club at season's end after Aloisi couldn't guarantee him a contract next term. "I would have loved to have been able to work out something that would have kept Thomas here until the end of his playing days", Aloisi said. "But Thomas Broich, for me, has been a dream to coach".

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  • No Barcelona comeback as Juventus reaches CL semis

    It will be a real problem for Barca to score tonight, let alone score 3-4 unanswered goals. Barcelona started fast in the second leg of their Champions League quarterfinal against Juventus , pressing with a frantic intensity reminiscent of their comeback against Paris Saint-Germain in the round of 16.

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  • Pep Guardiola: 'Win over Southampton is so important'

    Kompany is in his ninth season on these shores and remains the only City player to lift the Premier League trophy as captain. I scored in front of the away fans and for me it was a great feeling. Pep Guardiola's side are third, seven points clear of fifth-placed Everton. "Southampton will nearly certainly fall short of emulating last season's sixth-place finish but Puel's first season in charge has been one of promise, irritatingly undermined by a succession of injuries to key players".

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  • Neil Robertson to face Marco Fu at the World Championship

    Neil Robertson to face Marco Fu at the World Championship

    Then Robertson opened up about the obsession with gaming that he believes has held him back on the snooker table. The 35-year-old, now based in England, fired breaks of 70 and 76 to make sure of his place in the last 16. "They can be the most fun thing in the world but they can really set you off on the wrong track in your career", said Robertson, whose favoured game was Diablo 2.

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  • Jazz Lose Rudy Gobert, Beat Clippers Anyway on Joe Johnson Buzzer-Beater

    Jazz Lose Rudy Gobert, Beat Clippers Anyway on Joe Johnson Buzzer-Beater

    The conditions for his eighth on Saturday night (no other player has more than four) were favorable. "You can't just say it's one game and show up the next day". "On that one, coach trusted us to get a good shot off, and we got a layup". "It would be nice to get him back, obviously". An injured Derrick Favors was heaving and wobbling up and down the court against the Clippers, yet still managed to net 15 points.

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  • Barcelona fans, players, coach stay positive after CL exit

    Juventus eliminated Barcelona from the quarter finals of the Champions League winning for 3-0 on aggregate. Neymar completed 13 dribbles against a suffocating Juventus on Wednesday, the most in a Champions League game since November 2014, when Chelsea's Eden Hazard had 15 against Maribor.

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  • Sharapova's French Open fate on May 15

    Sharapova's French Open fate on May 15

    French Open tennis organisers will decide on the May 15th whether to give two time champion Maria Sharapova a controversial wild card for the Grand Slam event. Tennis great Serena Williams hinted Wednesday that she's expecting her first child, posting a photo of herself on Snapchat captioned "20 weeks". It means she will miss the remainder of this season and like those before her, including Azarenka and Kim Clijsters, her ranking will plummet while she takes an indefinite break from the game.

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  • 'John 3:16' written on Aaron Hernandez's forehead, source says

    'John 3:16' written on Aaron Hernandez's forehead, source says

    Aaron Hernandez's family will donate his brain to the Boston University CTE Center for research, his attorney Jose Baez said at a press conference Thursday. Officials said Wednesday that there was no indication that Hernandez was suicidal. Hernandez also tried to jam the cell door shut to prevent guards from opening it, according to Correction Department spokesman Christopher Fallon.

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo Comanda Remontada de Real Madrid Contra Bayern

    Cristiano Ronaldo Comanda Remontada de Real Madrid Contra Bayern

    El día después del partido, Cristiano Ronaldo habló del momento de inflexión que cambió la historia: "Ayer, antes de saltar al césped pensaba en que iba a ser un partido complicado, que el Bayern entraría duro en el partido". En el otro partido del día, Atlético de Madrid superó 1-0 al Leicester inglés como local con un gol de Antoine Griezmann tras un polémico penalti a los 28 minutos.

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  • America's "Facebook Killer" Shoots Himself After Police Chase

    Authorities said Stephens killed Godwin and posted video of the killing on Facebook before fleeing the state, triggering a nationwide manhunt. He was chosen at random. "We - I pulled my front drive thru girl from the window and had myself and my supervisor present at the window and basically just told him it's going to be a minute for his fries - which it wasn't really, we just wanted to make sure she got in contact with the state police".

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  • Cowboys to open 2017 regular season against Giants, reports say

    Cowboys to open 2017 regular season against Giants, reports say

    The Giants will open the season in Dallas for the third straight year, a person with knowledge of the Giants' schedule told NJ Advance Media. The 49ers 2017 schedule features a run though the NFC East, with home games against the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys, and road games against the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington.

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  • Brighton and Hove Albion secure promotion into Premier League

    Brighton and Hove Albion secure promotion into Premier League

    Brighton chairman Tony Bloom says his club will not spend "huge amounts" ahead of their first season in the Premier League. "It's incredible and a great feeling", he told Brighton's website. Goalkeeper Stockdale has been an nearly ever-present at the Amex Stadium this season but will he be good enough to perform consistently at the next level? "It was a long way to the dressing room and it was a really nice feeling and everyone was over the moon".

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  • Riders cut Cox for alleged domestic violence

    Riders cut Cox for alleged domestic violence

    It's the latest incident for Cox who has an unfortunate legal history that includes charges of burglary and domestic violence in college, and he had further charges for domestic violence after signing with the Chiefs, who released him shortly thereafter.

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  • Bills' Cyrus Kouandjio climbed electric fence, told police to 'shoot me'

    Bills' Cyrus Kouandjio climbed electric fence, told police to 'shoot me'

    According to Erie County Sheriff public information officer Scott Zylka, deputies found Kouandijo undressed in a field after responding to a call about a suspicious man. So what exactly happened here? When police tried to detain him, Kouandjio reportedly yelled, "Shoot me!". Kouandjio has played in the National Football League for the past three years, all with Buffalo, after being drafted out of Alabama in the 2nd round in 2014.

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  • Indiana Pacers first round preview

    Indiana Pacers first round preview

    Or maybe they wouldn't be skidding into the first-round matchup with the Indiana Pacers on April 15 at Quicken Loans Arena on a four-game losing streak. Thaddeus Young added 20 points, Myles Turner scored 18 and Kevin Seraphin had 17 to give the Pacers (41-40) their fourth straight victory and push them one win away from guaranteeing a playoff spot for the sixth time in the past seven years.

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  • Rangers-Canadiens series about walking line between grit and skill

    Rangers-Canadiens series about walking line between grit and skill

    The Canadiens were physical and dominant for long stretches, pinning the Rangers deep in their own zone with a relentless forecheck, especially in the first period. Fast had jumped on an Andrei Markov turnover in the far corner, then curled towards the net and shovelled a backhander between Price's legs to give NY its first lead since Game 2.

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  • Four Bucks don't make trip to Boston for finale

    Four Bucks don't make trip to Boston for finale

    The Pacers, Heat and Bulls have yet to finish their games which will determine the seeding of the bottom two teams. Despite a sleepy start and a stiff challenge early on from the undermanned Milwaukee Bucks, the Boston Celtics won their regular season finale at home to clinch the number one seed in the Eastern Conference.

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  • John Wall Shines as Wizards Win Game One over Atlanta

    John Wall Shines as Wizards Win Game One over Atlanta

    Keef Morris added 21 points in his first career playoff game, while Bradley Beal finished with 22. The guard's effective field goal percentage (77.8 percent) was light-years ahead of his regular season performance (48.2 eFG percent). They did their jobs tonight. "We had our chances but fell short". Only four minutes into the second half, we had our first "foul trouble" graphic thrown onto the screen.

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  • Nets to sit six players in season finale vs. Bulls

    We have to take care of business first". We always enjoyed getting better . Dwyane Wade is going back to the playoffs. "Everybody had a challenging season". We definitely need to shoot better . We just got unbelievable faith in each other and I got fantastic amount of respect and love for these guys. "Our perimeter shooting is not where it needs to be".

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  • Arsenal's top-four hopes suffer major blow with loss to Palace

    Arsenal's top-four hopes suffer major blow with loss to Palace

    Palace took the lead through Andros Townsend in the first half and Yohan Cabaye then doubled the lead after the break with a ideal lofted finish over stand-in goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez. "We can only apologise". While Wenger has constantly been the problem for most supporters, it seems as though that anger is slowly filtering down to the squad as they continue to let their manager down.

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