• Manchester United finally sign Paul Pogba from Juventus

    The former United midfielder, who left Old Trafford for Juve in 2012 for just 800,000 pounds, immediately outlined his desire to repay the huge fee by helping the Premier League club become champions of England and Europe, while establishing himself as the world s best player.

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  • Lions TE Ebron walking at practice

    Lions TE Ebron walking at practice

    Lions General Manager Bob Quinn says injuries happen in football. Ebron had to be carted off the field after suffering an injury to his lower right leg, the Detroit Free Press reported. With Ebron out, Wick and Matthew Mulligan took reps with the first team at tight end. Adam Fuehne, Orson Charles and Ben McCord are the other tight ends on Detroit's roster.

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  • Veteran cornerback Chris Culliver signs with Dolphins

    Veteran cornerback Chris Culliver signs with Dolphins

    The Dolphins haven't made the signing official yet. The Redskins signed Culliver to a four-year, $32 million deal in 2015, but his injury, a suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy, and Washington's signing of Josh Norman this offseason motivated that organization to release Culliver.

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  • Murray, Serena, Nadal breeze in Rio storm — Olympics

    Home hopes will be pinned on Brazil's Marcelo Melo and Bruno Soares as they bid to reach the semi-finals against the Romanian duo Florin Mergea and Horia Tecau. 11 Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic. The Spaniard will play Puerto Rico's Monica Puig on Court 2, Puig being ranked 33 places below her, but having also come this far in straight sets.

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  • Gold Medals In 9 Sports Up For Grabs In Rio

    Gold Medals In 9 Sports Up For Grabs In Rio

    A two-time world champion in the 400m free, Ledecky now owns nine of the 10 fastest times in the women's 400m history. She fist-pumped. She swam a couple of feet back into the pool. King backed up her comments with a 100m breaststroke victory over world champion Efimova , who has served a 16-month steroid ban but was allowed to swim in Rio despite testing positive for meldonium this year.

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  • Record-Breaking Olympic Gold Medalist Katie Ledecky Has Biglaw Ties

    Record-Breaking Olympic Gold Medalist Katie Ledecky Has Biglaw Ties

    Ledecky, who has gone from strength to strength since her surprise win in the 800m free as a 15-year-old in London, has broken 12 world records since then. When she shattered a world record in the 400-meter freestyle, all of the publicity and positive vibes started rolling in . When Ledecky dominated the 400 freestyle Sunday night, August 7, to earn an Olympic gold medal, there was plenty of celebrating in North Dakota.

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  • Click here to learn women's gymnastics results

    Asked about Biles in particular, Shang could only marvel: "I think she's fantastic, and she's like a legend". Though team nicknames faded away after that, it was brought back at the 2012 London Olympics when Aly Raisman, Gabby Douglas, McKayla Maroney, Kyla Ross, and Jordyn Wieber took home gold and earned the title "The Fierce Five." .

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  • Rod Blagojevich Gets 14 Years Again At Resentencing

    Senate seat in exchange for campaign cash. Blagojevich appeared before the court wearing a Navy blue prison outfit and wept when his daughters took the stand to speak on his behalf. "From our point of view and from the point of view of thousands of people that have reached out to me over the last 4 years, we find his sentence unusually cruel, heartless and unfair".

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  • Number 19: Phelps adds another Olympic gold with dazzling relay

    With son Boomer in attendance, Phelps did his kid proud, along with teammates Caleb Dressel, Ryan Held and Nathan Adrian. A big round purple bruise on his right shoulder, USA swimmer Michael Phelps emerged from the pool in his qualifying heat for the 200m butterfly feeling the aches and the toll of late-night races in his fifth Olympics.

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  • Andrew Bogut outchea punking Serbia from deep

    Andrew Bogut outchea punking Serbia from deep

    Thompson, a former teammate of Bogut at the Warriors, said the Aussies were a team to watch. "But it was good enough to play". The 24-year-old point guard has dual citizenship with the USA and Australia and a polite tug-of-war took place about which national team he would represent in the build-up to the 2012 London Olympics.

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  • Women's freestyle swimming gold decided in Rio

    Women's freestyle swimming gold decided in Rio

    At the 2013 World Championships in Barcelona, she won gold and set an American record in the 400m freestyle. She'll definitely have a shot to medal but would need a fantastic swim and a couple of the favorites to falter to have a shot. "I think I probably got to sleep at about 3am and I was on an 11am bus, " said Phelps. "It's a great North Dakota story about a great family". You're not on a door of the arena at the Olympic Trials if you haven't done something in the sport.

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  • Angelique Kerber vs. Samantha Stosur 2016 Rio Summer Olympics Pick, Odds, Prediction

    Angelique Kerber vs. Samantha Stosur 2016 Rio Summer Olympics Pick, Odds, Prediction

    Whilst numerous opening set games were tight, Stosur was unable to capitalise and the German raced away with the opening set. "John and I played the Aussie Open and Wimbledon together, we haven't set the world on fire but this is the week!" After a forgettable opening set she rallied to break Kerber and level at 5-5 in the second only for the 2016 Australian Open champion to break straight back before serving out the match.

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  • Unstoppable U.S. Women's Gymnastics Team Takes Gold In Rio

    Unstoppable U.S. Women's Gymnastics Team Takes Gold In Rio

    They finished with Hernandez, Raisman and Biles delivering high-flying, engaging floor routines. The long wait time between sets, leading some commentators to say the USA team was being "iced", had no impact on that team's overall performance, with Biles leading the way by competing in each of the competition's events.

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  • First Rio gold is within reach for USA gymnastics

    First Rio gold is within reach for USA gymnastics

    Efimova, who has been booed at every race so far at Rio, said: "It's very sad and upsetting". We stand for excellence with respect to all agreements and rules. Brazilian soccer fans have found a new team to cheer - their women. Brazil-Argentina rivalry is more likely to cross the line from teasing to tense, as Argentine tennis player Juan Martin Del Potro discovered on Monday during a centre court match against Portugal's Joao Sousa at Olympic Park.

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  • Ahora buscan al arquero Werner — Boca

    Ahora buscan al arquero Werner — Boca

    Ahora, Boca intentará cerrar la llegada de un mediocampista central y el apuntado es Sebastián Pérez, de Atlético Nacional de Medellín. En cuanto a Bergessio, que fue ofrecido a Boca y aprobado por el director técnico Guillermo Barros Schelotto, el actual jugador de Atlas de México cuenta con una oferta de Pescara de Italia pero prioriza la posibilidad de volver a la Argentina.

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  • Canada captures bronze in women's rugby sevens

    The gold medal of team Australia is displayed after the medal ceremony. Australian Olympic rugby gold medal winner Charlotte Caslick has taken aim at hockey legend Ric Charlesworth for his description of the Pearls' women's sevens victory in Rio de Janeiro as "soft".

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  • Michael Phelps could break the law at the Opening Ceremony

    Michael Phelps could break the law at the Opening Ceremony

    What do you need to know as you kick off your Olympics viewing? Here are some of the happenings from the first official night of the Games. Britain's cyclists, from left, Christopher Froome, Stephen Cummings, Ian Stannard and Geraint Thomas ride in the peloton during the men's road race at the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil , Saturday, Aug.

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  • Trump says 2nd Amendment people can deal with Clinton

    The Trump campaign insisted the candidate's words referred to the power of "Second Amendment people" to unify. Trump spokesman Jason Miller said the candidate was not speaking literally. "Clinton", he called for Secret Service investigation. If Hillary gets to put her judges-right now we're tied, you see what's going on, we're tied because Scalia-this was not supposed to happen, Justice Scalia was supposed to be around for ten more years at least.

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  • The Le Clos, Phelps 'death stare'

    The Le Clos, Phelps 'death stare'

    The quick turnaround followed after Phelps dashed off the wall at 1:55.6. "Hopefully I'll get home and get a quick nap in and be ready for tonight". The nickname is an homage to Martha Karolyi, who is retiring as coordinator of the USA women's gymnastics team following these Olympics.

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  • Newcastle close in on Everton defender Brendan Galloway

    Newcastle close in on Everton defender Brendan Galloway

    The Magpies will pay a seven-figure loan fee and Galloway's wages in full for next season. Newcastle fell to a 1-0 defeat at Craven Cottage as they aimed to bounce straight back into the Premier League, but Fulham were ready silence the travelling Toon supporters as Matt Smith headed home a first-half victor.

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  • Northampton sign Barnsley defender on loan

    Northampton sign Barnsley defender on loan

    The central defender has been capped 34 times by his native Wales. An agreement of the loan deal is that Nyatanga will be unavailable for when Barnsley meeting Northampton in the EFL Cup first round on Tuesday. The Barnsley boss bolstered his defensive stocks last week with the addition of Angus MacDonald from non-league side Torquay. George Moncur could make his first start since joining from Colchester after coming off the bench on Saturday, while fellow newcomer Elliot Lee will be ...

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  • Delta outage continues to ground flights at Orlando International

    It has more than 15,000 flights a day along with its alliance partners. Delta airlines is yet to resume normal operations. The three delayed flights were delayed between 33 minutes and 141 minutes, according to In New York, two flights from John F. Kennedy International and two from LaGuardia are canceled. "The company could have done a better job of explaining.

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  • Rio 2016 Olympics: UPDATED MEDAL COUNTS

    Since taking over for her husband, Bela, at the turn of the century, the USA had turned into a gymnastics juggernaut both on the individual and team level that has left the rest of the world unable to maintain a competitive level. Russian Federation finished in second place, followed by China in third. Laurie Hernandez , who made the team as its youngest member at 16, will do vault, balance beam and floor.

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

    Biles, competing in her first Olympic Games, led the charge as the US women won gold in the team gymnastics competition Tuesday. The Americans have been the best in the world for years, a fact they reiterated here with a dominating win and emphatic smiles.

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  • Jarryd Hayne returns to the National Rugby League

    Jarryd Hayne returns to the National Rugby League

    The enormous salary offered by the Gold Coast surely played a significant role, but the fact that Hayne's signing with the Titans allows him to return to the field immediately seems to have underpinned his decision. In one of the more intriguing subplots of Hayne's signing with the emerging NRL outfit, the Titans shape as one of the candidates for Parramatta's Top End adventure after the pair clashed in the Northern Territory earlier this year.

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  • USA women win Olympic women's team title

    So while the gold medal they won on Tuesday at Rio Olympic Arena was not surprising, it was historic. The team, named the Final Five because this will be the last Olympics to have five-person gymnastics teams, finished off to chants of "USA! USA!" There are many other formulas for AA gymnasts to qualify outside of the teams.

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