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Pacquiao has Plenty to Say While He Prepares for Thurman

Pacquiao has Plenty to Say While He Prepares for Thurman

By Greg Beacham | Jul 19
Manny Pacquiao has had a whole lot more to say about boxing ever since he became a politician.

Celtics' Stevens on Board with Lookalike Candidate Buttigieg

Celtics' Stevens on Board with Lookalike Candidate Buttigieg

Jul 18
If this basketball thing doesn't work out for Brad Stevens, he already has a backup plan in mind.

PopUps: Soccer Star Cristiano Ronaldo Shows Off His Goods with New Underwear Campaign

PopUps: Soccer Star Cristiano Ronaldo Shows Off His Goods with New Underwear Campaign

Jul 17
Soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo is showing off his body in a new campaign for his underwear brand CR7.

Basketball Star: Experience with False 'Gay' Claims Gave Me Empathy

Basketball Star: Experience with False 'Gay' Claims Gave Me Empathy

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 17
Memphis Grizzlies basketball player Dwight Howard says he's learned first-hand what it's like for LGBTQ people in America right now - even though, Howard says, he's not gay.

Technology Beating Romanticism at Tour de France

Technology Beating Romanticism at Tour de France

By Samuel Petrequin | Jul 17
With all the technology stacked against them, the six breakaway riders at the Tour de France had no hope of making it to the finish without being caught.

Pamplona Festival Ends with 3 Gorings in Final Bull Run

Pamplona Festival Ends with 3 Gorings in Final Bull Run

Jul 14
A bull broke from the pack and gored two Australians and a Spaniard during Sunday's final bull run of this year's San Fermin festival, health officials from the northern Spanish city of Pamplona said.

We're Playing for Him: Angels Honor Skaggs with Amazing Game

We're Playing for Him: Angels Honor Skaggs with Amazing Game

By Greg Beacham | Jul 13
When the Los Angeles Angels think about Tyler Skaggs in the months and years ahead, Andrew Heaney is grateful they'll have the memory of one incredible night to assuage their sadness.

'I Just Want to be Like Them': Fans Fete World Cup Champs

'I Just Want to be Like Them': Fans Fete World Cup Champs

By Ali Swenson | Jul 10
Adoring fans packed New York City's Canyon of Heroes on Wednesday amid a blizzard of confetti to praise the World Cup-winning U.S. women's national soccer team as athletic leaders on the field — and as advocates for pay equity off it.

For Tour de France Riders, Eating on the Job is the Key to Winning

For Tour de France Riders, Eating on the Job is the Key to Winning

By John Leicester | Jul 9
At the Tour de France, there are two types of eating. There's food for pure pleasure, consumed with gusto by those who follow the race. And there's food for fuel, gobbled hungrily on and off the saddle by the riders.

US Women's Team Boldly Embraces Off-the-Field Activist Role

US Women's Team Boldly Embraces Off-the-Field Activist Role

By David Crary | Jul 9
Setting itself apart from other great American sports teams, the U.S. women's soccer team is embracing a front-line role in social justice causes even as it savors a fourth world championship.

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