• Reuters43 minutes ago

    Ice hockey: World Cup has a way to go to reclaim stature

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  • The Latest: And they're ... up! Americans take 2-0 lead
    The Associated Press17 minutes ago

    The Latest: And they're ... up! Americans take 2-0 lead

    Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed beat Europe's Olympic medal-winning duo of Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson, 3 and 2. Rose, the gold medalist at the Rio Olympics, and playing partner Stenson, who won silver as well as the British Open, combined for only one birdie over the 16 holes played. Spieth

  • Mi Jung Hur eagles 2 of last 3, tied with Brooke Henderson
    The Associated Press4 hours ago

    Mi Jung Hur eagles 2 of last 3, tied with Brooke Henderson

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  • Boxing federation to develop Olympic anti-betting program
    The Associated Press4 hours ago

    Boxing federation to develop Olympic anti-betting program

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