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  • Brazil Scores Gold on Win From Hometown Judo Favorite

    DJOKOVIC DOLDRUMS: Novak Djokovic's first-round Olympic exit has left not only the No. 1 tennis player in tears but got attention in Serbia. In a rematch of the semi-final four years ago, London gold medallist Kaori Matsumoto of Japan battled London bronze victor Automne Pavia deep into "golden score" extra time, conquering her French opponent with a waza-ari throw at the 3:50 mark.

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  • Serena Williams wins gold medal for calmest racquet smashing

    In a press conference following her 2016 Wimbledon win, Williams challenged the idea that female tennis players should be paid less because their matches are shorter. Zheng's win was the second top victory of the day for China after national number one Zhang Shuai saved three match points to beat Swiss 12th seed Timea Bacsinszky , 6-7 (4/7), 6-4, 7-6 (9/7).

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  • Carl Edwards snags pole position from Larson at Watkins Glen

    We just go out there and give it our best. "So, just got to stay upfront, can't make any mistakes". His first trip back to a NASCAR event since leaving the driver's seat last month. Las Vegan Kurt Busch said during an interview halfway through the second practice Friday that he was still using the same set of tires that ran all 27 laps during the first session.

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  • Not Fully Fit, Yet Rafael Nadal Makes a Winning Return in Rio

    Murray beat Serbia's Viktor Troicki 6-3, 6-2. Murray committed only 10 unforced errors - Monaco had 26 - and was broken just once. Despite not being 100 per cent healthy, the 14-time major victor is also playing doubles with Marc Lopez and mixed doubles with this year's French Open champion Garbine Muguruza.

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  • El Brasil de Magnano bajó a España — Juegos

    No hicieron casi nada bien los dirigidos por Sergio Scariolo que, ante un discreto partido de su estrella Pau Gasol -sumó 13 puntos y 10 rebotes y falló los dos tiros libres que pudieron culminar la remontada-, tampoco encontró soluciones para evitar el desmorone de los suyos.

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  • Djokovic beats Nishikori to win 4th Rogers Cup title

    The 29-year-old Djokovic has seven victories this year and 66 overall, a record 30 in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events such as the Canadian stop. What is there left to say about the dominance that Djokovic has imposed on this sport? "I have had plenty of success in this particular category of events, and I'm very grateful for that because I always value them as much as I value Grand Slams".

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  • Wal-Mart to buy for $3.3B

    Wal-Mart to buy for $3.3B

    This news story is related to Print/141047-Wal-Mart-to-buy-US-online-retailer-Jetcom/ - breaking news, latest news, pakistan ne. Wal-Mart's sales in the online unit were $13.7 billion in 2015, according to research firm Internet Retailer.

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  • USA's Michael Phelps Qualifies For 200m Butterfly Finals

    USA's Michael Phelps Qualifies For 200m Butterfly Finals

    He got massages, ice baths, heat applications to flush the lactic acid out of his muscles along with eating a pound of spaghetti, a food he is not keen on and had to force down. Franklin qualified 12th in the 200 free heats and will need to be faster in the semifinals to ensure a spot in the eight-woman final. "I'm finishing well", he said.

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  • Cupping explained: Why Olympians use it

    Cupping explained: Why Olympians use it

    The infant has his own Instagram account where his proud parents have been posting all his super cute photos. But because the treatment is relatively safe and there is some evidence that it could be helpful for some people, the therapy can be used as a part of a comprehensive treatment program involving other exercises, nutritional choices and lifestyle interventions, Bauer said.

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  • Hamlin survives crash-fest at Watkins Glen

    Because of that, Truex and Keselowski were right behind Hamlin during the final lap. But on the cool down lap, Truex Jr. showed his displeasure with Keselowski running up alongside him and rubbing the side of his vehicle. The second red flag of the race was thrown with seven laps left when Kevin Harvick, Danica Patrick, David Ragan and Chris Buescher wrecked after a restart.

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  • Lilly King: US dopers don't belong in Olympics either

    She insisted that Efimova, who was given a reprieve (from a March ban) to race, should not be in Rio. Asked about her decision not to congratulate her rival on coming second, King said she was "in the moment" and was celebrating with fellow USA swimmer Katie Meili , who took bronze.

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  • Olympic-Angry Phelps backs King's stance over Efimova

    Olympic-Angry Phelps backs King's stance over Efimova

    United States' Lilly King , left, and Russia's Yulia Efimova compete in the final of the women's 100-meter breaststroke during the swimming competitions at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Monday, Aug. The American won the 100-meter breaststroke on Monday night, holding off the reigning world champion from Russian Federation in what some will surely call a victory of clean athletes over the dopers.

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  • Carlos Sánchez, nuevo jugador de Fiorentina

    Carlos Sánchez, nuevo jugador de Fiorentina

    El chocoano llega al club italiano luego de una mala temporada con el equipo inglés, bajando de categoría tras una muy mala campaña durante todo el año. "El futbolista Carlos Alberto Sánchez Moreno llegará a Italia en el día de mañana para someterse a los exámenes médicos y la formalización del contrato ".

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  • #PhelpsFace: Michael Phelps' Stare at Rival Goes Viral

    But Le Clos isn't backing down. During Monday's semifinal Hungarian, Tamás Kenderesi, came in first, Phelps second, and le Clos third. So, how did we get here? Nathan Adrian, the 100m individual victor in London four years ago, swam the anchor leg in a sizzling 46.97, the fastest split of the race, to earn his fourth career gold medal, spread over three Olympics.

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  • Kerry Walsh Jennings, April Ross Cruise To Second Olympic Beach Volleyball Win

    Kerry Walsh Jennings, April Ross Cruise To Second Olympic Beach Volleyball Win

    With a 5-1 run, the US pair claimed the first set with 21-16. There are six pools of four teams in the preliminary rounds, and Walsh Jennings and Ross were drawn into Group C along with teams from Switzerland, China and Australia. Ross and Walsh Jennings have won all three worldwide meetings with Forrer and Verge-Depre, who defeated Mariafe Artacho and Nicole Laird of Australia 2-1 (19-21, 21-16, 21-19) Monday in 62 minutes .

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  • Judge denies Blagojevich's bid to lighten 14-year sentence

    Blagojevich's lawyers hoped the judge would reduce his sentence to five years in light of the overturned convictions and his good behavior in prison. "I recognise that it was my words and my actions that led me here". "The arrogance and anger are no longer present in this man", he said. The judge also said it's "an unfortunate reality" that Blagojevich's innocent family members are made to suffer the consequences.

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  • U.S. Women's Gymnastics Team Goes For Gold

    U.S. Women's Gymnastics Team Goes For Gold

    Aside from helping her team win gold, she won a gold for herself in floor exercise and a bronze in balance beam . Russian Federation won silver with a score of 176.688, and China took home the bronze with a score of 176.003. When Hernandez was introduced to the crowd, Raisman nudged her and told her to wave, which the 16-year-old did with a toothy smile. The Americans take turns warming up on the bars, running through their routines.

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  • Garcia pitches, hits Cardinals past Braves

    Kemp swatted his first homer for Atlanta Saturday night, a two-run clout in the ninth. Garcia needed just 89 pitches to get through eight innings, facing three batters over the minimum. He also doubled in the game, giving him six doubles in his last nine games. Inciarte had three hits to extend his hitting streak to 17 games, and Kemp's 24th of the season off Jonathan Broxton was his first since a trade from San Diego.

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  • 1 critical, 2 stable after Ferris wheel fall

    We are not releasing names out of respect for the families involved. Davis said one six-year old girl remains in the Intensive Care Unit with a traumatic brain injury. That's according to TBI spokesperson Leslie Earhart. It's unclear what exactly went wrong on the ride, but a photo shows two ferris wheel cars flipped on their sides, and police confirmed that three girls, ages 16, 10 and six, were injured.

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  • Antonio Conte and Pep Guardiola get too much credit - Sean Dyche

    Antonio Conte and Pep Guardiola get too much credit - Sean Dyche

    Mauricio Pochettino I think is fantastic, I really enjoy his company - Arsene Wenger, personally, was very good with me, very good company with me. Just like two years ago when they were relegated, the Clarets will be underdogs almost every time they play but that doesn't mean Dyche will be dazzled by the figures in the opposition dug-out.

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  • Silva wins first gold for host country Brazil

    Silva wins first gold for host country Brazil

    She even held back the emotions in the moments after she won, keeping an even temper to pay respect to Dorjsuren. But when she came off the mat, Silva broke down in tears for one of the most special moments of the Summer Games so far. It was still a good result for Dorjsuren, who improved upon a bronze at the World Championships previous year and claimed Mongolia's first medal of Rio 2016.

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  • Simone Biles, Team USA Take Over Olympic Gymnastics Team Qualifying

    The the favorite to win team gold. Biles could crack and fall off the beam, or she could step out of bounds on the floor, leaving an opening for her teammates to overtake her. Olympic gymnasts, who once waited to compete until they were in their 20s and 30s, got younger and younger. However, regardless of good intentions, the rule has sparked controversy as being unfair to athletes who would have qualified (like Douglas) if it were not in place.

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  • Here's why Michael Phelps has those spots on his body

    Here's why Michael Phelps has those spots on his body

    Afterwards, NBC's Michele Tafoya asked Phelps what he was thinking as he glared at Le Clos. Le Clos qualified in fourth. Not even Brazil's soccer team in their first match at the Games attracted a capacity crowd and on Sunday the women's sevens tournament was played in front of at best half-filled 15,000-seater Deodoro stadium while only a few thousand spectators watched the women's cycling road race.

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  • Rio 2016 Olympics: Stunned Adam Peaty thought 'where is everybody?'

    Peaty said on BBC One: "It's so surreal to get Team GB's first gold, but this product is seven years of work". He holds the world record in the 100-meter breaststroke and has represented Great Britain at the Olympic Games, FINA world championships, European championships, and England in the Commonwealth Games.

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  • Andre Ayew Moves to West Ham on £20.5million Fee

    Andre Ayew Moves to West Ham on £20.5million Fee

    The Ghana worldwide scored 12 Premier League goals for the Swans last season, having joined the club in June 2015. West Ham United FC had reportedly signed striker Andre Ayew from fellow English Premier League club Swansea City FC for a club record transfer fee of £20.5 million on Monday, according to latest reports .

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  • West Indies bowl, India drop Pujara and include Rohit

    West Indies bowl, India drop Pujara and include Rohit

    Wriddhiman Saha (1*) was the unbeaten batsman at the break, with the Indian innings lying in complete tatters. West Indies opted to field to allow their pacers the first shot at helpful conditions, with the pitch offering a lot of bounce and carry.

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