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  • Biggest Olympic scandals of all time

    Biggest Olympic scandals of all time

    The opening ceremony of the games will take place today. Eight more Russian athletes were allowed to take part in the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro on Friday bringing the total number to 279. Under guidelines laid down by the International Olympic Committee , but left ultimately to the discretion of individual sports federations, Russians with past doping convictions were ineligible to compete.

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  • Rubén Limardo se estrena este martes en Río

    Rubén Limardo se estrena este martes en Río

    Limardo espera por el ganador entre Nikolai Novosjolov de Estonia y Park Kyoung-doo, representante de Corea del Sur. La próxima cita de Limardo está pautada para este martes a las 11:30 de la mañana (hora de Venezuela). El espadachín Silvio Férnandez se despidió de los Juegos Olímpicos luego de caer derrotado en su primer duelo contra el surcoreano Jinsun Jung 15-8.

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  • Modi urges BJP leaders to make Tiranga Yatra a success

    Modi urges BJP leaders to make Tiranga Yatra a success

    The Tirana Yatra will be a symbol of development, social harmony and unity. The theme song for BJP's 15-day exercise "70 Saal Azadi- Zara Yaad Karo Kurbani" to mark Independence Day was also released in the meeting, Kumar told reporters after the meeting.

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  • DeAndre Jordan towers over U.S. Olympic gymnast

    DeAndre Jordan towers over U.S. Olympic gymnast

    Events: Serbia vs. Australia (1:15), U.S. vs. Venezuela (6:00), France vs. This will be Krzyzewski's last Olympic games as Team USA's leader. US big men DeMarcus Cousins and DeAndre Jordan were hampered by foul trouble, committing two personal fouls each during the opening frame.

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  • Zlatan header helped to win Manchester United FA Community Shield

    Mourinho acknowledged that he did something bad saying " I know I did something which is not nice " to Mata but when Mourinho explained to him his reasons he said the playmaker is " happy now ". Jose Mourinho claimed Antonio Valencia would last season have played a backwards pass instead of crossing for Zlatan Ibrahimovic's Community Shield victor.

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  • Jim Furyk makes PGA history at Travelers with 12-under 58

    Jim Furyk makes PGA history at Travelers with 12-under 58

    An accomplishment Furyk calls "really cool". The former world No.2 continued his surge around the turn, reeling off seven successive birdies from the sixth to the 12th hole. "I said to my caddy when I was in the bunker, 'We just have to make one great shot from here, ' " Knox said regarding his chip that landed 12 feet from the pin.

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  • Yankees have inquired about Chris Sale

    Yankees have inquired about Chris Sale

    Kris Bryant, who homered against Sale in the All-Star Game, hit an RBI double off the center field wall in the first inning off Sale. The Chicago Cubs saved their scoring and drama until the later innings. "I hope it is, too". "I knew who they were before this, but I found out who they really are and what they're about", he said. The White Sox scored in the first when Melky Cabrera doubled and Tim Anderson ran through third base coach Joe McEwing's stop sign, stopped, then continued ...

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  • Ichiro Suzuki Joins the 3000-Hit Club on a Triple

    Ichiro made his Major League Baseball debut with the Seattle Mariners and went on to became only the second player to win Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player awards in the same season. It's obviously no small feat for a batter to reach 3,000 hits in his Major League Baseball career. The 42-year-old Suzuki got his big hit in the seventh inning.

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  • Facing slide in polls, Donald Trump to outline economic plan

    Facing slide in polls, Donald Trump to outline economic plan

    Trump called for a temporary moratorium on new regulations and repeated his pledges to rewrite the landmark North American trade deal that Clinton's husband, then-President Bill Clinton, signed in 1994 and to withdraw from the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership deal backed by Obama.

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  • US Men's Basketball Blasts Venezuela 113-69 After Slow Start

    US Men's Basketball Blasts Venezuela 113-69 After Slow Start

    So when Anthony has something to say, teammates pay attention. With about four minutes left in the half, Carmelo Anthony got a steal in the paint, then he nailed an open three on the other end to open up a 31-22 lead. Team USA plays Australia (2-0) on Wednesday at 6 PM ET. In the 95-80 victory over Serbia, Australia shot 49.2 percent from the field and 36 percent from beyond the arc.

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  • Watch Michael Phelps Give Death Stare to Rival Dancing in Waiting Area

    Watch Michael Phelps Give Death Stare to Rival Dancing in Waiting Area

    The most decorated athlete in Olympic history, Michael Phelps now has a record 23 career medals and counting and will be Pini's strongest opponent. Le Clos, who beat Phelps by 0.05 seconds in 2012, is relishing the rematch in Rio. "In the a year ago there was definitely spoken words over his nationals and I had world championships, I think a lot of it was misquoted. I think something needs to be done", he said.

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  • Tom Daley Celebrates Bronze Win in Men's Diving with Teammate Daniel Goodfellow!

    Tom Daley Celebrates Bronze Win in Men's Diving with Teammate Daniel Goodfellow!

    He also changed coach to Zimbabwe-born Jane Figueiredo, bidding an emotional farewell to Andy Banks who had coached him from eight years old, and since September 2014 he's been teetotal. British diving's performance director Alexei Evanguluv, who was previously critical in 2012 of Daley's commercial interests, feels the same. "Nowadays is a culmination of all his preparation", Evangulov said.

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  • Dodgers' Puig Posts Videos Partying With Triple-A Teammates

    Dodgers' Puig Posts Videos Partying With Triple-A Teammates

    The series of videos followed Oklahoma City's 3-2 loss at the Iowa Cubs. Puig, 25, began by posting a Snapchat video of himself shirtless in the team's clubhouse in Iowa, smiling and saying: "It's so amusing. The Cuban slugger signed a $42 million, seven-year contract in June 2012. On the same weekend Haselman made that assessment, Puig said through his OKC interpretor, coach Luis Matos, that he was using his demotion to shape up in hopes of return to the Dodgers.

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  • Olympics: Day 1 Gold Medals & Medal Table

    Olympics: Day 1 Gold Medals & Medal Table

    The 19-year-old US college champion edged out China's Du Li, gold in Athens in 2004, with an Olympic-record score of 208 in the sport's new finals format. She comes along in a time of need, when America is going through hard times, odd times, insane times, caught up in a world torn apart and with a presidential contest that is filled with more slime no matter which side you are on than you've ever seen in a free world race for its leader.

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  • Argentina vs. Algeria in men's soccer at Rio Olympics

    What: Argentina takes on Algeria in the group stage of the Rio Olympics. Forward Baghdad Bounedjah ran onto a long ball played over the Argentina backline by midfielder Mohammend Benkmessa and he was in on goal, but his lob was saved by Argentina goalie Geronimo Rulli .

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  • Cameron van der Burgh claims SA's first Rio Games medal

    Honestly, I think you'll have to ask me about it in two days", he added. But Andy did manage to ease past Viktor Troicki as he got the defence of his Olympic men's title under way, winning in straight sets 6-3 6-2. Ms Williams added: "He worked so hard for this and he deserves it". "I hope their success will inspire many more of the UK's world class team to fulfil their potential and bring home a medal, just as all those who are competing for the United Kingdom in Rio are an inspiration ...

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  • Rio 2016: Shooters remain behind the pack

    Rio 2016: Shooters remain behind the pack

    Only the top six shooters made the semi-final. It was particularly disappointing for Manavjit, who had pulled himself into contention by being 8th at one stage with a ideal 25 in the fourth round. Sandhu, the two-time World Cup gold medalist, missed his target thrice as he shot 23, 23 and 22 in his first three rounds to finish the opening day with a total score of 68.

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  • Texas Rangers acquire Jonathan Lucroy

    Just before the Rangers-Brewers deal, Lucroy had vetoed his supposed trade with the Cleveland Indians which made him one of the hottest commodities, pre-deadline. CDT Monday afternoon. Ortiz, Texas' 2014 first-round pick, went a combined 4-6 with a 3.48 ERA in 16 games between Class-A High Desert and Double-A Frisco this year.

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  • NBC Announcer's Tweet About Simone Biles Parents Causes Anger

    NBC Announcer's Tweet About Simone Biles Parents Causes Anger

    The 2016 Summer Olympics start on August 5, and many are concerned that Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, won't be ready. Still, it wasn't enough to send her through to the next round. If Russia and/or China starts stumbling, the Brazilians will definitely be a squad to watch. "I don't really view myself as the world's best or anything like that", Biles said in the spring.

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  • Team USA Lands First Gold of Games

    Team USA Lands First Gold of Games

    Virginia Thrasher, a 19-year-old who once had her heart set on figure skating, captured the 10-meter air rifle Saturday. She later joined the air rifle team at her Virginia high school - her daily routine: figure skating lessons in the morning, then classes and shooting practice after school - before enrolling a year ago at West Virginia, a shooting powerhouse that has won the past four NCAA championships.

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  • Storms force suspension at US PGA

    Storms force suspension at US PGA

    McIlroy, who also missed the cut at the US Open in June, won the US PGA in 2012 and 2014. With his putting still a mess, Rory McIlroy (3 over) missed the cut by one and reigning U.S. 3, 6, 12 and 18. "But now all those things are starting to come back together". For the second straight major, this became a duel over the final hour.

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  • South Africa's Zuma avoids mention of anti-rape protest

    South Africa's Zuma avoids mention of anti-rape protest

    Cape Town: The African National Congress lost its stranglehold on South African politics as voter discontent over the struggling economy, a scarcity of jobs and scandals surrounding President Jacob Zuma cost it control of key cities and buoyed the two main opposition parties.

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  • Women's basketball: USA set Olympic scoring record in win over Senegal

    Women's basketball: USA set Olympic scoring record in win over Senegal

    HollywoodLifers , will you be watching the U.S. Women's Basketball game? Taurasi swished her early 3-pointers as the United States raced to a 27-5 lead. "It didn't look at all like there was any sign of nervousness, or tentativeness or deferring to the other players". "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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  • US men start slow but crush Venezuela

    Jimmy Butler scored 17 - a lot of them coming in extended garbage time - and DeAndre Jordan added 14 and nine rebounds in the first Olympic matchup between the nations. Serena Williams struggled before beating France's Alize Cornet, 7-6 (5), 6-2, in her bid for a second consecutive singles gold medal. It was, at the least, a momentary reprieve for the host country bracing for what once seemed unthinkable: an early exit by its men's soccer team from the Olympic tournament.

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  • Del Potro doubts his Rio staying power

    Djokovic had eight aces in the match compared to just two for Del Potro . Juan Martin del Potro is No. 145 but surprisingly he dumped the world No 1 by 7-6 (4), 7-6 (2) in the first round Sunday at the Rio de Janeiro Games. The world No 1, seeded first for this year's Games, was out to improve on the bronze medal he won in Beijing in 2008. Earlier, defending champion Andy Murray won his opening Olympic singles match by beating Serbia's Viktor Troicki.

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