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Australia's battle with England for Commonwealth Games supremacy starts immediately with the two countries likely to split most golds on offer on day one.
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The NFL says Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen is suffering from Alzheimer's and is no longer able to be part of the team's daily operations.
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GLASGOW (Reuters) - Swimmers Amarah and Elinah Phillip are moving the family business to Glasgow for two weeks to make history for the British Virgin Islands at...
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Matt Ryan out of Super League

Australia's Matt Ryan is to miss the rest of the season with his English Super League side because of a shoulder injury.
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ST LARY PLA D'ADET France (Reuters) - Poland's Rafal Majka took a big step towards winning the Tour de France polka dot jersey when he took a solo route to the...
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ST LARY PLAT D'ADET, France, (Reuters) - Poland's Rafal Majka won the 17th stage of the Tour de France, a 124.5-km trek from St Gaudens on Wednesday.
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GLASGOW (Reuters) - Teenager Onika George admitted feeling apprehensive about being Guyana's only swimmer at the Commonwealth Games but is determined to inspire...
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Majka takes second Tour stage

Poland's Rafal Majka has won the Tour de France's 17th, while Italy's Vincenzo Nibali extended his overall lead with a third-place finish.
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BERLIN (Reuters) - Several senior German lawmakers have raised the possibility of stripping Russia of its right to host the 2018 World Cup and the national...
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Lewis Hamilton will be looking for his fifth Grand Prix win in Hungary as he chases Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg, who is 14 points ahead.
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Sri Lanka's second Test against Pakistan has been shifted to Mahela Jayawardene's club ground in Colombo for the star batsman's farewell match.
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Former Pakistan captain Aamir Sohail has slammed the country's new domestic cricket league, saying regional teams will struggle to compete financially.
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GLASGOW, July 23 (Reuters) – Sri Lanka’s cycling team took to the open road for training at the Commonwealth Games but prompted a police response as they rode...
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ZAGREB (Reuters) - HNK Rijeka issued a strongly-worded statement on Wednesday denying any racism during Tuesday's abandoned friendly match between Manchester City...
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LONDON (Reuters) - Animal feed manufacturer Dodson and Horrell has launched an investigation into a component used in one of its products after Queen Elizabeth's...
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