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  1. This is what happens when ballet meets bicycles
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    This is what happens when ballet meets bicycles

  2. Brandon Moss' walk-off lifts Cardinals after Nationals bullpen implodes
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    Brandon Moss' walk-off lifts Cardinals after Nationals bullpen implodes

  3. Milos Raonic and Eugenie Bouchard are still alive in singles as the rest of the Canadian contingent at the US Open gets going
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    Milos Raonic and Eugenie Bouchard are still alive in singles as the rest of the Canadian contingent at the US Open gets going

  4. Youth MMA champion has been competing since age 4
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    Youth MMA champion has been competing since age 4

  5. Sizing up September: 10 important storylines for the MLB stretch run
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    Sizing up September: 10 important storylines for the MLB stretch run

  6. When you're Roger Federer, there's no place to hide at the US Open
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    When you're Roger Federer, there's no place to hide at the US Open

  7. The Redskins are a trainwreck that keeps on piling up (podcast)
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    The Redskins are a trainwreck that keeps on piling up (podcast)

  8. Virtual reality training for QBs is the NFL's new wave (and it's pretty cool)
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    Virtual reality training for QBs is the NFL's new wave (and it's pretty cool)

  9. Daily Dime: Paying up for Matt Harvey and going cheap with hitters
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    Daily Dime: Paying up for Matt Harvey and going cheap with hitters

  10. Andrew Wiggins dunks on Andres Nocioni at FIBA Americas
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    Andrew Wiggins dunks on Andres Nocioni at FIBA Americas

  11. Puck Daddy’s Metropolitan division preview
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    Puck Daddy’s Metropolitan division preview

  12. A somewhat subdued Nick Kyrgios behaves, but Andy Murray remains a better tennis player in a four-set victory
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    A somewhat subdued Nick Kyrgios behaves, but Andy Murray remains a better tennis player in a four-set victory

  • Record Premier League spending will only increase, say experts

    Record Premier League spending will only increase, say experts

    By Steve Tongue LONDON (Reuters) - Foreign clubs are the main beneficiaries of the Premier League's transfer dealings and will continue to be so with forthcoming increases in broadcast revenue, financial analysts predicted as the summer window … More »

    Reuters - 7 minutes ago
  • Durban confirmed as 2022 Commonwealth Games host

    Durban confirmed as 2022 Commonwealth Games host

    By Greg Stutchbury AUCKLAND (Reuters) - The South African city of Durban was selected as the host for the 2022 Commonwealth Games at the Federation's general assembly in New Zealand on Wednesday. Organisers said the Games would be held from July … More »

    Reuters - 19 minutes ago
  • Federer romps, Murray quiets Kyrgios

    Federer romps, Murray quiets Kyrgios

    By Larry Fine NEW YORK (Reuters) - Roger Federer glided into the second round on a hot, steamy day at Flushing Meadows, while Andy Murray ushered talented young Australian Nick Kyrgios out of another grand slam event at the U.S. Open on Tuesday. … More »

    Reuters - 31 minutes ago
  • Arsenal Supporters' Trust urges review of transfer policy

    The Arsenal Supporters' Trust has called on the Premier League club to carry out a "full review" of recruitment policy following a quiet transfer window where goalkeeper Petr Cech was the only major addition to Arsene Wenger's squad. Cech arrived … More »

    Reuters - 32 minutes ago
  • Sports minister Mutko named head of debt-ridden Russian FA

    Sports minister Mutko named head of debt-ridden Russian FA

    By Dmitriy Rogovitskiy MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko will have to address the severe cash crunch plaguing the country's football association (RFU) after he was unanimously elected its president on Wednesday. Mutko was the … More »

    Reuters - 34 minutes ago