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  • Tour stage neutralised after huge crash

    Tour stage neutralised after huge crash

    By Julien Pretot HUY, Belgium (Reuters) - The third stage of the Tour de France was neutralised for about 10 minutes on Monday when yellow jersey holder Fabian Cancellara was involved in a massive crash that took down a couple of dozen riders. FDJ … More »

    Reuters - 3 minutes 40 seconds ago
  • Leafs blog debunks Steve Simmons hog dog tale about Phil Kessel

    Leafs blog debunks Steve Simmons hog dog tale about Phil Kessel

    If you want to see a textbook example of “oblivious,” read the passage above and then read Simmons’ all-timer on the Phil Kessel trade, which will go down as one of the most pedantic screeds ever written about a player leaving town, one where you … More »

    Puck Daddy - 4 minutes 37 seconds ago
  • American forward Bobby Wood joins Union Berlin

    BERLIN (AP) -- American forward Bobby Wood has joined Union Berlin from German second division rival 1860 Munich. … More »

    AP - Sports - 5 minutes ago
  • Not too early to be in yellow for Froome

    Not too early to be in yellow for Froome

    By Julien Pretot HUY, Belgium (Reuters) - It is too soon to say Chris Froome will win the Tour de France but not too early for him to be in yellow as it puts the Briton in a perfect place ahead of Tuesday's feared fourth stage over potentially … More »

    Reuters - 10 minutes ago
  • Froome in charge after Tour de France third stage

    Froome in charge after Tour de France third stage

    By Julien Pretot HUY, Belgium (Reuters) - Chris Froome seized early control of the Tour de France, the 2013 champion snatching the yellow jersey after a crash-marred third stage won by Spain's Joaquim Rodriguez on Monday. Katusha rider Rodriguez … More »

    Reuters - 10 minutes ago