• Back on court after knife attack, Kvitova wins in Paris
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    Back on court after knife attack, Kvitova wins in Paris

    Less than six months after a knife attack at her home, Petra Kvitova was back competing on a tennis court Sunday, winning her first-round match at the French Open. Kvitova, a two-time Wimbledon champion, had very little trouble in her return, beating 86th-ranked Julia Boserup of the United States 6-

  • Farah, Bowie and Baker win at Prefontaine Classic
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    Farah, Bowie and Baker win at Prefontaine Classic

    Mo Farah pounded his chest after crossing the finish line on a U.S. track for perhaps the final time. Farah won the 5,000 meters at the Prefontaine Classic at Oregon's Hayward Field on Saturday in 13 minutes, 0.70 seconds. The British distance specialist who defended his Olympic titles in both

  • Feng takes 1-stroke lead after bogey-free 66 in Michigan
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    Feng takes 1-stroke lead after bogey-free 66 in Michigan

    Whether she realized it or not, Shanshan Feng finished the third round of the LPGA Volvik Championship in first place. Feng, who insists she tries to ignore leaderboards at this stage of a tournament, shot a 6-under 66 on Saturday to take a one-stroke lead over Lizette Salas. Feng's bogey-free

  • IAAF head Coe: Sports can help Manchester's healing process
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    IAAF head Coe: Sports can help Manchester's healing process

    Sport can help Manchester's healing process by celebrating humanity following the arena attack, IAAF President Sebastian Coe said Friday after watching athletes competing in the city's streets. Less than a mile from the scene of Monday's suicide bombing, Coe was among hundreds of people