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  • Marti Malloy, 2012 Judo Bronze Medalist, Eliminated in Round of 16

    Marti Malloy, 2012 Judo Bronze Medalist, Eliminated in Round of 16

    It was a shocking loss for Malloy, who many considered a favorite for the gold in the 57-kg division. Lien kept her composure throughout in the face of Malloy's attacks. Lien was strong defensively, and when Malloy committed two penalties, Lien took advantage and held off for a win. After the match, Malloy fought back tears.

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  • Chinese Sun claims Olympic 200 free gold

    Chinese Sun claims Olympic 200 free gold

    With the win, Yang became the first swimmer to win a gold medal in both the 200 and 1500 meter freestyle races. Team USA's Conor Dwyer won the bronze with 1:45.23, a personal best. However it went terribly wrong when he somehow managed to throw it in completely the wrong direction and the cap ended up in the pool. He said it was medication to treat a heart issue and did not enhance performance.

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  • Blast in Pakistan hospital kills at least 63

    Blast in Pakistan hospital kills at least 63

    The bomber blew himself up near the emergency services ward and the mourners appeared to be the target, government spokesperson Anwarul Haq Kakar said. The IS earlier claimed an attack on Pakistan's consulate in the Afghan city of Jalalabad in January this year that killed seven people. Sanaullah Zehri, the chief minister in Baluchistan province, where Quetta is the capital, says it seemed to be a suicide attack but that the police are still investing.

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  • Japan's Emperor Akihito hints at wanting to abdicate

    The first one was in 2011, when an quake and tsunami devastated the northeast coast of Japan causing a nuclear disaster in Fukushima. Akihito ascended to the throne in 1989 after the death of his father, Hirohito, who was considered a deity until Japan's defeat in the World War II, fought in the name of the emperor.

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  • Katie Ledecky Breaks Her Own World Record in 400-Meter Freestyle

    The women's 400-meter freestyle finals will be one of the key events in the night session, along with finals for the women's 100-meter butterfly, men's 100-meter breaststroke and men's 4x100-meter freestyle relay. "I knew I was due for a breakthrough". Sjostrom led right from the start of the fly and touched in 55.48, knocking off the mark of 55.64 she established at last year's world championships.

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  • Smith has Lancashire under the cosh

    Smith has Lancashire under the cosh

    From the opening ball of the day, when he reached his first century for two years, to his dismissal after reaching the highest score of his career, Will Smith batted with metronomical, chanceless application. He then got away with a dropped catch, by Tom Smith at second slip, albeit a tough chance diving low in front of him off first-class debutant Saqid Mahmood - who had a lively first morning.

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  • Michael Phelps' first 2016 Olympic swim will be in 4x100m freestyle relay

    Michael Phelps' first 2016 Olympic swim will be in 4x100m freestyle relay

    Auctioning off his gold medal for charity, he set off on a part spiritual quest, part self-destructive bender that involved Zen temples, fast motorcycles, tattoo parlors, and rock "n" roll bands. The Internet is falling in love with first-time Olympian swimmer Ryan Held who won a gold medal together with Michael Phelps, Caeleb Dressel and Nathan Adrian on Sunday.

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  • Novak Djokovic and Night of shocks in Rio 2016 Games

    When he ended it stuck in tears, one would have thought that the Argentinian - the 2009 U.S. Open champion who played his first Grand Slam since 2014 this Wimbledon - crashed out of the men's singles event at the Olympic Games in the first round.

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  • Rio Olympics 2016: Djokovic crashes

    The rowdy crowd built the occasion and atmosphere as Del Potro claimed a 7-6 (7-4) 7-6 (7-2) win at the Olympic Tennis Centre. Djokovic won seven titles this year and now holds twelve Grand Slam titles, including the 2016 editions of Roland Garros and Australia Open.

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  • United States of America continues gold streak, leads medal count in Rio

    United States of America continues gold streak, leads medal count in Rio

    It's show time for the U.S women's team, which made a statement in Sunday's qualifiers by posting a top score that outpaced second-place China by a staggering 10 points. The first full day of competition for the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics was held this past Saturday, August 6th. Competition starts on those days at 9:45 a.m.

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  • With Neymar struggling, Brazilian soccer fans turn to Marta

    With Neymar struggling, Brazilian soccer fans turn to Marta

    The 2008 runners-up Nigeria backed up their thrilling 5-4 win over Japan with a 1-0 victory against Group B opponents Sweden, courtesy of Sadiq Umar's first-half goal. He entered the team's bus and sat by himself, headphones on. Brazil face another embarrassing exit from a tournament on home soil after Neymar slumbered through a second 0-0 draw of Rio 2016 against Iraq.

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  • Taylor, Williamson centuries boost New Zealand to massive total

    Taylor, Williamson centuries boost New Zealand to massive total

    Taylor and Latham have scored centuries in both matches of this series but it may be the other hundred that grabs the headlines. Chamu Chibhabha added 29 to his overnight unbeaten 31, but Mitchell Santner then struck twice in a little more than six overs to remove the opener and Prince Masvaure (2), leaving Zimbabwe teetering on 115-4.

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  • Paul Pogba to Man United: Juventus star to train on Monday

    I think he likes young players very much and he can improve young players tactically and technically. Mourinho, speaking to Sport TV , said he would have "fought for" the signing of the 18-year-old, who joined Bayern Munich from Benfica amid reports of United interest.

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  • Teen, two young girls drown in pool at Pueblo mobile home park

    Teen, two young girls drown in pool at Pueblo mobile home park

    Pueblo police say three people drowned at a mobile home park pool on Monday afternoon. The Pueblo Police Department says the victims were pronounced dead by the coroner's office. "There are some things that, you know, it's typical when something like this happens that you have to look into but it just points to a frightful tragedy".

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  • Ryan Murphy keeps USA backstroke streak alive with Olympic gold

    Ryan Murphy keeps USA backstroke streak alive with Olympic gold

    David Plummer's first Olympic appearance has been an exciting one, as the Minnesota Gophers alum earned the Bronze Medal in the Men's 100 meter backstroke! "American swimmer Ryan Murphy and teammate David Plummer try to reach podium". Larkin, who led early, finished fourth. The 2012 champion in the event, Matt Grevers, was unable to defend his title after failing to qualify at the USA trials.

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  • Man United manager Jose Mourinho expects to complete midfielder deal

    I do not like that. "There are things that when I do are not ethical and when others do it everything is normal, nobody says that". I do not speak about the others. "We have 22 and we are going to have 23", The Telegraph quote the coach as saying. As ever, Mourinho wasn't willing to discuss players at other clubs by name, but ultimately he said enough to suggest that the deal for Pogba is all-but done.

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  • Turkey Lacks Proof for Gulen Extradition, Says Cleric's Lawyer

    More than 60,000 people in the Turkish military, judiciary, civil service and education have been detained, suspended or placed under investigation following the July 15 coup attempt that President Tayyip Erdogan has blamed on USA -based cleric Fethullah Gulen and his wide network of schools and businesses.

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  • USA advances in men's gymnastics

    USA advances in men's gymnastics

    The last men's team medal was a bronze at the 2008 Beijing games. China and Japan have dominated the sport for years, and Britain and Russian Federation are likely to challenge for a spot on the podium as well. A strong showing on the vault - led by Mikulak's 15.466 score - provided a spark, moving the USA ahead of Germany. And Mikulak again set the tone on the parallel bars with a big 15.7 score and wild celebration to pump up his teammates.

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  • Eli Manning not feeling his age heading into 13th season

    Eli Manning not feeling his age heading into 13th season

    At safety, there appears to be no such indecision or talk of a wide-open race to start. Last week, McAdoo said that Hart is "going to have the opportunity to start". With Collins and Brandon Meriweather starting at safety with the Giants devastated by injuries, they desperately struggled in coverage. They didn't have a natural free safety.

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  • Río 2016: Usain Bolt confirma sus últimos Juegos Olímpicos

    Río 2016: Usain Bolt confirma sus últimos Juegos Olímpicos

    Bolt , que compareció ante los medios en la Ciudad de las Artes de Río de Janeiro, insistió en que pondrá el broche olímpico en la ciudad brasileña. El jamaiquino llega a Río en su cuarta participación olímpica y quiere batir una nueva marca que quede registrada en la historia: correr los 200 metros en menos de 19 segundos.

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  • What to watch at the Rio Games on Tuesday

    Gymnastics: U.S. men's qualification. The only country from South America to participate was Chile, as Luis Subercaseaux traveled to Athens to compete in track events. Swimming: The U.S. swimming Big Four of Phelps , Ledecky, Franklin and Ryan Lochte could all be in finals. We are a good team, we have everything needed to win and we know it.

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  • UConn's Kia Nurse leads Canadian comeback over Serbia

    UConn's Kia Nurse leads Canadian comeback over Serbia

    Captain Kim Gaucher, Miranda Ayim and Nirra Fields added eight apiece while Nayo Raincock-Ekunwe grabbed nine rebounds. Serbia's Sonja Petroic (5) and Jelena Miovanovic (9) react as Canada's Miah-Marie Langlois, left center, jumps into the arms of teammate Kia Nurse (5) and Miranda Ayim (9) leaps to celebrate winning their preliminary round match at the 2016 Summer Olympics Monday Aug.

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  • International Olympic Committee bans 118 Russian athletes from Rio on day before Games begin

    RIO DE JANEIRO Aug 5 Russian whistleblower Yulia Stepanova will not appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport over her ban on running as an independent athlete at the Rio Olympics, she said on Friday. The 271 is about half what the country sent to London in 2012 and gives them only the 11th largest team in Rio. The IOC said on Thursday night that 271 Russians would take part in Rio.

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  • Gold And Silver Medals For Team GB Swimmers

    Gold And Silver Medals For Team GB Swimmers

    The world champion emphatically won both races as he recorded the two fastest times ever and is now a red-hot favourite to become the first British male swimmer to win Olympic gold since Adrian Moorhouse in the same event in 1988. In the next race, minutes later, fellow swimmer Jazz Carlin took silver for Team GB in the women's 400m freestyle final. He smashed that world record again and by that much.

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  • US Women's Gymnastics team rolls in prelims

    US Women's Gymnastics team rolls in prelims

    She finished as the top qualifier to the all around final by nearly two points. Why is that? Well, Gabby was edged by her very own teammates , Simone Biles and Aly Raisman - and only two athletes from each country are allowed in the finals.

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