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  • 5 things you could buy for one Paul Pogba

    France midfielder Pogba, 23, has returned to Old Trafford for £89m. "First of all, win the league for the first time with United because I hadn't won the league when I left", Pogba said. And the huge cash outlay will lead to questions over how Ferguson allowed Pogba to slip out of United's hands four years ago over differences with Raiola.

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  • Leonardo DiCaprio's Oscar Speech on Climate Change Bigger Than Earth Day

    Leonardo DiCaprio's Oscar Speech on Climate Change Bigger Than Earth Day

    Fans on social media joked that Ellison, 27, is the spitting image of the A-list star, famous for Titanic , The Revenant and many other box office hits. The study was reported by The Daily Caller . That demonstrates a 636-percent increase based on historical trends. DiCaprio has long championed the need to take climate change seriously and is an avid environmental campaigner.

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  • Andrew Bogut, Australia Shock France in Olympic Opener

    Bogut's presence was a bit of a surprise after he suffered a hyperextended knee in the NBA Finals. Bogut promised Cuban and the Mavs staff that he would be careful and sit out should his knee give him any issues. And, to be fair, America would still win if we sent college players. "We need to be in guys". We need to be physical. "We're confident because we've got a confident group of players but nothing in this game is ever easy", he said.

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  • Rio Olympics: Phelps says dopers shouldn't be allowed to compete

    According to Lauren Neidigh of swimswam.com, Phelps and Le Clos , a swimmer seven years his junior, are projected to post the two best times of the event at 50.3 and 50.4 seconds, respectively. Of course, baby Boomer Phelps is used to stealing the spotlight from his dad in Rio. American Lilly King 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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  • Angels designate Tim Lincecum for assignment

    Angels designate Tim Lincecum for assignment

    With Joe Smith having been traded and Huston Street on the disabled list, the Angels have been searching for pitchers to fill roles setting up Cam Bedrosian, the presumptive closer. Tim Lincecum's comeback attempt with the Angels - one phase of it anyway - is over. Lincecum is 2-6 with a 9.16 ERA in nine starts with Los Angeles in his return from left hip surgery last September.

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  • Machado making history against the White Sox

    Machado making history against the White Sox

    A pitch to Orioles' slugger Manny Machado that Shields meant to keep off the plate instead caught too much of it. The ruling was the ball hit Machado's glove, making it a fair ball that allowed J.B. "That's a game changer", Chicago manager Robin Ventura said. "It's what it was created for". "I don't know what was more impressive, Dylan, or Ubaldo giving us three big innings there", Showalter said.

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  • Chase fires superb century to salvage draw

    Play is scheduled to resume 30 minutes early on Tuesday at 9.30 AM local time (1430GMT), but the forecast is for more rain, with a tropical wave heading towards the island. Kohli's tactics of keeping Ashwin for later did not make any sense as he has traumatised West Indies batsmen in the series so far. And once that one or one-and-a-half-hour period happened, I believe the ball went a bit soft as well.

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  • Sunderland agree fee for Manchester United duo

    Sunderland agree fee for Manchester United duo

    Former United boss David Moyes hinted earlier this month he might go back to Old Trafford for recruits as he plans "a building job" at Sunderland. The North East outfit have reportedly agreed fees to bring the two players, both aged 21, to the Stadium of Light, and will hope to get the deals signed off in time to make their debut in this weekend's match against Manchester City.

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  • Brazilian government happy that Rio Olympics

    Brazilian government happy that Rio Olympics "have begun very well"

    It harked back to a time when Brazil was entirely covered by forests. The following performance involved samba drumming, dancing, appearances by Brazilian celebrities like supermodel Gisele Bundchen and the story of Brazil's history. All eyes will be on American swimming star Phelps, the most decorated Olympian in history, when he returns to the swimming pool in the first week.

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  • What is "cupping" and why are some athletes doing it?

    He led all the way, too, only to be denied victory in agonizing circumstances as South African Chad Le Close edged him at the very last by just 0.05 seconds. In the ensuing semifinal, Phelps finished second and Le Clos, third. A man and a child document their day with a selfie at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Aug.

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  • Bethesda in Talks with Nintendo About NX, Uncertain About Supporting It

    Bethesda in Talks with Nintendo About NX, Uncertain About Supporting It

    When it was revealed that Shinji Mikami was creating his own game studio in Tango Gameworks back in 2010, many had wondered what was next for the Resident Evil creator. I get myself in trouble whenever I do that. I do think both The Evil Within and Rage did well enough that we could make sequels. As far as new IPs go, Rage and The Evil Within were both successful enough for Bethesda to consider making sequels.

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  • Blagojevich sentenced to 14 years in prison

    Senate seat for campaign cash. Blagojevich has spent four-and-a-half years in a Colorado prison after having been found guilty of 18 fraud, bribery and extortion charges back in 2011. After his daughters spoke, Rod Blagojevich told the judge: "I experience very real sadness when I think about the pain my children and Patti have suffered and I blame myself for that".

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  • The US Post Office (USPS) Reports Steep Loss in Its Third Quarter

    The US Post Office (USPS) Reports Steep Loss in Its Third Quarter

    Commenting on the results, US Postmaster General and CEO Megan J. Brennan said: "We continue to post double-digit gains in package volume and are well-positioned operationally for further growth". The Postal Service continues to seek help from Congress, and has been calling for relief from its mandate to prefund retiree health benefits for years.

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  • Sorry Chad le Clos, Michael Phelps Is Not Impressed

    He won over France, in second place, and Australia, in third place. The die is terrifically cast, and the stage is set for two of the biggest gladiators in the pool to square off in tonight's 200m butterfly final at the Rio Olympics. USA's Michael Phelps kisses his gold medal on the podium of the Men's 4x100m Freestyle Relay Final during the swimming event at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium in Rio de Janeiro .

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  • School districts short hundreds of teachers days before school starts

    School districts short hundreds of teachers days before school starts

    Free breakfasts and lunches for students countywide also are on the menu for the upcoming school year. The former is the hallmark of a good educator, he indicated. Relying on our own community, we have had a very successful Administrators' Retreat and have an exciting orientation planned for our new teachers. Neither bond has yet received final approval from their school districts' boards of education to appear on the November ballot.

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  • Katie Ledecky Smashes World Record to Win 400m Freestyle Gold

    Katie Ledecky Smashes World Record to Win 400m Freestyle Gold

    That's her in the front row next to Leonsis. Shattering her own record , Katie Ledecky made her own Olympic gold medal the very same Saturday night Michael Phelps grabbed his 19th gold Olympic medal. She was a bronze medalist in France's 800 free relay but looks to be a non-factor in terms of the medals. USA team mates Michael Phelps and Katie Ledecky moved on from a golden Sunday, somewhat creakily in the case of the former, and returned to the Olympic pool in search of ...

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  • Adam Peaty: This is how I am going to celebrate Olympic glory

    Peaty trains at the City of Derby swimming club, where he is coached by Melanie Marshall, a former Olympic swimmer . Peaty joked: "It took me so long to get 3,000 followers on Twitter and she got it overnight". "(But) we've still got a job to do now and we're going to push on for the medley relay". "When his mum (Caroline) used to take him to the pool he used to scream there".

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  • Valdivia sufre duro castigo y es eliminado de la Copa Chile

    Valdivia sufre duro castigo y es eliminado de la Copa Chile

    El encuentro debió jugarse el 16 de julio, pero unas horas antes fue cancelado debido a que la autoridad no permitió su realización. La ANFP entregó esta información al Tribunal de Disciplina. U.de Concepción, sin jugar, está en octavos de final de Copa Chile , y los valdivianos deberán pagar 1.000 UF por sanción. El plantel del Campanil no aguantó la desprolijidad que significaba no saber si estaba o no el estadio disponible y se devolvieron.

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  • Bastian Schweinsteiger's brother appears to have tweeted about Jose Mourinho

    The Netherlands worldwide was one of Louis van Gaal's key signings as United manager, following him to Old Trafford after Oranje's successes at the 2014 World Cup. We lost a week in China [the postponed Manchester derby] and some of the boys who played today, trained for two days. Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge does not expect Bastian Schweinsteiger to leave Manchester United in favour of a return to the Bundesliga.

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  • Rio 2016 Olympic Games: Ledecky pleased with

    Rio 2016 Olympic Games: Ledecky pleased with "hardest swim of the week"

    If Katie Ledecky is going to break her second world record in Rio, the 19-year-old will have to find another gear after her semifinal swim in the 200-meter freestyle on Monday. Instead, Ledecky focused on how her body felt and kept her eyes on the black line guiding her to gold along the bottom of the lane. "It feels good to get it back".

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  • Brian Rosso se clasificó 3° a 4tos de final de single scull

    Brian Rosso se clasificó 3° a 4tos de final de single scull

    Los primeros tres remeros de la competencia obtuvieron su pasaporte directo a la siguiente fase, a correrse el martes . Palermo experimenta su tercer Juego tras Atenas 2004 (17ma. El argentino se quedó con el tercer lugar luego de remar durante 7:22:69. Por su lado, Palermo competirá a partir de las 9.40 en la carrera 8 del single femenino, junto a la estadounidense Genevra Stone, la indonesia Dewi Yuliawati, la lituana Lina Saltyte, la iraní Mahsa Javar y la dinamarquesa Fie Udby ...

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  • No problem for Ledecky and Sjostrom after golden day in Rio

    No problem for Ledecky and Sjostrom after golden day in Rio

    She has now set 12 world records in the past four years and could yet add the 200m and 800m titles before she's done. Her powerful stroke quickly made that a moot point, too. With son Boomer in attendance, Phelps did his kid proud, along with teammates Caleb Dressel, Ryan Held and Nathan Adrian. The relay team led from start to finish and took gold with a time of 3 minutes, 9.92 seconds.

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  • Rio 2016: Russian whistleblower Yuliya Stepanova will not contest ban

    The court ruled on Thursday that the International Olympic Committee could not automatically exclude Russian athletes caught doping in the past but who had served their punishments. All Russian athletes competing in athletics and weightlifting are banned from Rio. But Zhukov said long jumper Darya Klishina will be able to compete.

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  • Olympics Rio 2016: Mixed bag for GB rowing in semi-finals

    Olympics Rio 2016: Mixed bag for GB rowing in semi-finals

    We have both raced a lot internationally and you want it to be there. "In the final there is more freedom and it is about how fast can we go". "The nice thing about the final is that there's nothing to lose and everything to gain". The morning started with Alan Campbell reaching the men's single sculls semi-finals, finishing second to Croatia's Damir Martin at the Lagoa. Stewart Innes and Alan Sinclair progressed in the men's pair while Jonathan Walton and John Collins followed suit in the ...

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  • Making of the 2016 Rio Olympics Opening Ceremonies

    The loudest cheers of the parade were reserved for the refugees' team and the Brazil contingent. It was a heck of a statement , coming after a lengthy segment on global warming. The International Olympic Committee's spokesman, Mark Adams, said that although he didn't want to play down the problems, issues like Rio's echoed those encountered at the beginning of previous games in Sochi, Russia , and Vancouver.

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  • Teenager Penny Oleksiak on fire in the pool for Canada

    In third place was defending Olympic champ American Dana Vollmer in 56.63 seconds. "Huge CONGRATS, BRAVO @OleksiakPenny". "These... last, like, 10 metres I try to put my head down and just go", she said. The team consisted of Chantal Van Landeghem, Sandrine Mainville, Taylor Ruck , and Penny Oleksiak. Ruck grew up mostly in Arizona, but at heart her hometown is Kelowna, according to the Olympic website.

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