• Ariya Jutanugarn falters late, has 2-shot lead in Canada
Ariya Jutanugarn falters late, has 2-shot lead in Canada

The Thai, meanwhile, began the day on four-under but unleashed a blistering second round, making eight birdies to move three shots clear of second-placed In Gee Chun. "I just had to rest and take care of it", Jutanugarn told the Golf Channel's Randall Mell. "I want to play my game". I think I need to be a little bit aggressive.

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  • The New Premier League Season
The New Premier League Season

Substitute Moses added a third as Chelsea's revival continues apace. Cazorla opened the scoring with a ninth-minute penalty and Sanchez and the outstanding Ozil struck again before halftime. The other two matches between the sides came in the FA Cup, most famously in 1970 when George Best scored six times in an 8-2 fifth-round victory, and m...

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  • Is Arsene Wenger finally set to sign a new striker?
Is Arsene Wenger finally set to sign a new striker?

But, having rejected a € 35 million (£30 million) bid from Arsenal for the France global, Lyon has now insisted that he will not be sold. Well, Spanish football expert Guillem Balague believes he has the answer. Speaking ahead of Arsenal's clash with Watford , Wenger said when asked about the La Liga pair: "We are working on the deals". It'...

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  • Guardiola's Man City transfer plans for final week of the window
Guardiola's Man City transfer plans for final week of the window

England manager Sam Allardyce has said Hart's situation is "a concern" but that he would pick the player in his squad for the World Cup qualifier against Slovakia on 4 September. "We still have one training session, but the situation is that after this game we have a couple of weeks and the temptation is not to play them because is it worth the ris...

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  • Bravo's debut for City could come against United
Bravo's debut for City could come against United

He was also voted Copa America's best goalkeeper in 2015 and 2016 as well as earning a place in the Team of the Tournament each time. Guardiola, however, made clear he feels Bravo fits the bill in terms of the ball-playing keeper he is looking for, with Hart's distribution being his perceived weakness.

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  • Josh Gordon shines in preseason debut for Browns
Josh Gordon shines in preseason debut for Browns

ESPN's Adam Schefter sent an abbreviated tweet that read, "Multiple teams have reached out to the Browns to inquire about the availability, per league..." A Browns source confirmed the franchise has no interest in trading Gordon, an All-Pro selection in 2013 who has been suspended for 27 of the past 32 games because of recurring violations of ...

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  • Ethiopian runner Feyisa Lilesa stages protest against his country's government
Ethiopian runner Feyisa Lilesa stages protest against his country's government

The 26-year-old made the gesture again on the podium and later explained he was protesting against the killings of the Oromo people in his home country. The largely peaceful protesters were met by federal security forces that have allegedly used excessive and lethal force to quell the demonstrations.

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  • Michael Phelps adamant that he will stay retired
Michael Phelps adamant that he will stay retired

The USA's first medal dates back to 1896, when James Connolly won triple jump gold. After collecting 23 Olympic gold medals, and 28 total medals, Phelps said he's accomplished all the goals he set out to fulfill when he burst onto the worldwide stage.

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  • United States roasts Serbia, wins third straight gold medal
United States roasts Serbia, wins third straight gold medal

Cousins scored inside and at the free-throw line and had a double-double (11 points and 12 rebounds - 5 of them on the offensive end) at the break. Durant had 24 points by the half and the US had a 23-point lead, 52-29. The gold medal was effectively secured by half-time, when the U.S. held a 52-29 lead courtesy of a dominant second quarter, and ...

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  • Kevin Durant says playing in the Olympics was 'therapy' in insane summer
Kevin Durant says playing in the Olympics was 'therapy' in insane summer

The U.S. Olympic men's basketball team ended up right where expected. "I'm done coaching the U.S team". Is the best team in the world not good enough for the gold? From a basketball perspective, that's disappointing. Argentina was too old to keep up with the US for 40 minutes. What separated their Golden Generation from all worldwide teams sinc...

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  • Conor McGregor vs Nate Diaz part three beckons
Conor McGregor vs Nate Diaz part three beckons

Conor McGregor had a point to prove in his rematch with Nate Diaz. When Alvarez met up with PhillyVoice in Kensington, his old neighborhood, a few weeks back, the North Catholic grad was eyeing a November fight at Madison Square Garden against the victor of Saturday night's UFC 202 main event between McGregor and Nate Diaz (20-11).

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  • Wrestler Yogeshwar out of medal contention
Wrestler Yogeshwar out of medal contention

In the absence of former world champion Sushil Kumar, who had won silver and bronze in the last two Olympics, and with Narsingh Yadav being slapped a four-year suspension, the onus was on Yogeshwar to bail the Indian wrestlers. However, from the very beginning, Yogeshwar failed to get around Mandakhnaran during his qualification bout as the Mongoli...

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  • Waukesha Native, Gwen Jorgensen, Wins Gold in Olympics Triathlon
Waukesha Native, Gwen Jorgensen, Wins Gold in Olympics Triathlon

The two women hadn't been on the same course since that day in 2012. As the 55 athletes lined up for the start of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic event they were greeted with warm and humid conditions, as well as fairly rough waters off of Copacabana Beach.

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  • Leicester, Arsenal winless after 0-0 tie
Leicester, Arsenal winless after 0-0 tie

Following an outpouring of requests, Get French Football News will attempt to clarify the reporting in France from last week that suggested that Riyad Mahrez was the subject of offers from Arsenal , and could have even been prepared to force a move away from Leicester .

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  • Cuba's Ramirez wins thrilling bantamweight gold medal bout
Cuba's Ramirez wins thrilling bantamweight gold medal bout

Stevenson had a comparatively easy road to the gold medal match, only having to fight twice due to his bye as a high seeded competitor. That was not the case, though. But it did not seem to help Stevenson as he was edged by fellow southpaw Ramirez. "It was hard to fight against him". At that point Stevenson broke down in tears, getting out, ...

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  • Basketball: US and Serbia to clash in David and Goliath final
Basketball: US and Serbia to clash in David and Goliath final

Today's gold-medal game takes place at 2:30PM ET from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Their pool matches were uncharacteristically tight, tense affairs, 100-97 against France, 98-88 against Australia and 94-91 against final opponents Serbia. "I thought our guys did that a little bit more than they did". "They made our offense get hard during most possess...

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  • Kenya's Cheruiyot stuns Ayana to win 5000m gold
Kenya's Cheruiyot stuns Ayana to win 5000m gold

Cheruiyot went past Ayana with less than two laps to go and could not be caught as she finished in 14 minutes 26.17 seconds. Ayana, who was tipped to have a crack at the 5,000 world record in the final after missing it by just a second in June, slumped and held on grimly for third in 14:33.59.

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  • Rio Olympics 2016: Charlotte Dujardin wins GB individual dressage gold
Rio Olympics 2016: Charlotte Dujardin wins GB individual dressage gold

The 31-year-old Manxman, 30 times a Tour de France stage victor, was third entering into the second day of racing for the last two disciplines of the event. I'm probably not going to do another massive Championship with him. I love him to bits @JasonKenny107! "If you write down what he's achieved, you would read it and not think it's possible".

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  • Modern pentathlon-Russian sets new fencing record
Modern pentathlon-Russian sets new fencing record

Now she's won Australia's first medal in the Modern Pentathlon of any colour, and it happens to be gold. Follow along as modern pentathlon kicks off its first day with the men and women competing in the individual fencing ranking round. It had come after a rough year, with Esposito missing competitions and training with an Achilles injury. She co...

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  • President congratulates Sakshi for Rio bronze
President congratulates Sakshi for Rio bronze

She was then able to quickly square with 5-5, and gained three more points by pinning down the Kyrgyzstani wrestler in the final moments of the match. "Meri 12 saal ki tapasya rang layi (It's the result of my 12 years' fight for day and night)". Sakshi ultimately clinched the Bronze in the 58kg freestyle category by overcoming her Kyrgyzstani o...

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