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Europa League: Antoine Griezmann sucker punch floors Arsenal

As goodbyes go it wasn't supposed to be quite like this. More>>

Ben Ainslie strikes $153m deal to fund second America's Cup bid

Ben Ainslie didn't become Britain's most successful sailor by ducking tough decisions. More>>

Wembley: NFL owner Shahid Khan makes bid for iconic stadium

It's the home of English football and one of the most iconic venues in world sport --- and it could be about to get a new American owner. More>>

Loretta Cusack-Doyle: What judo can teach us about life

When I started judo aged 10, I was hyperactive, dyslexic and found achieving at school very difficult. More>>

Sweden opens new road that charges electric vehicles like real-life slot cars

For anyone who used to play with slot cars as a child, Sweden's new electrified road might bring back some memories. More>>

Caster Semenya may have to reduce hormone levels to compete at Olympics

Caster Semenya's middle distance dominance in women's track and field could come to an end as new eligibility regulations mean the South African may have to reduce her natural hormone levels if she is to be allowed to... More>>

Israeli judoka Tal Flicker: 'Sport should overcome all the politics'

As Tal Flicker prepares to fight for gold on home soil at this week's European Judo Championships, the memories of the last time he stood upon the podium come flooding back. More>>

No goals for Ronaldo but Real Madrid rallies to beat Bayern 2-1 in Champions League

It just wasn't Bayern Munich's night in the Champions League. More>>

Just how big is the Democratic wave going to be this fall?

If you're wondering whether the 2018 midterm elections will be a Democratic wave, you're asking the wrong question. The fall contests will undoubtedly be a national referendum on Donald Trump's first two years in office... More>>

Is Mo Salah the best player in the world?

Few superlatives have been left unused this season in describing the phenomenal Mo Salah, the mesmerizing forward Liverpool fans now refer to as the "Egyptian King." More>>

Leeds United draws criticism for planned Myanmar football tour

English football club Leeds United has drawn criticism for a planned postseason tour of Myanmar, with complaints from fans and a member of the UK parliament urging its cancellation. More>>

Mo Salah shines as Liverpool run riot before Roma hit back late on

Mohamed Salah put in a magical performance against former club Roma, as two goals and two assists helped Liverpool to a commanding first-leg Champions League semifinal lead. More>>

No touchdown at Kentucky Derby for Gronkowski...the horse

Gronkowski won't be scoring a touchdown at the Kentucky Derby. Gronkowski the horse, that is. More>>

Todd Clever: Former US rugby captain turns to WWE

Two years ago, while he was still captain of the USA national team, rugby star Todd Clever was approached by World Wrestling Entertainment to see if he would like to try his hand in the ring. More>>

Maria Sharapova wants 'big stage winning feel again'

A year on from one of the most anticipated comebacks in tennis, Maria Sharapova finds herself in an unusual place. More>>

How Robby Naish conquered the waves and became an icon

Robby Naish was a shy, 11-year-old kid growing up in Hawaii when he took his first ride on a windsurfing board. More>>

Soccer stars use red lipstick to raise awareness about domestic violence

As Juventus and Napoli players emerged onto the pitch for Sunday's key Serie A match, viewers' attention was drawn to a red mark on each of the players' cheeks. More>>

Gregory Wathelet secures win in Shanghai

Belgian's Gregory Wathelet won his first Longines Global Champions Tour title in three years with a dominant performance in Shanghai. More>>

Arsene Wenger to leave Arsenal at end of the season

Widely credited with revolutionizing English football, Arsene Wenger is to leave his long-time role as Arsenal manager at the end of the season. More>>

Who will replace Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager?

Whoever replaces Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager will have big shoes to fill. More>>

Arsenal: 'Wenger Out' campaign finally gets its wish

From Wrestlemania to the White House, plastered on toilet walls in Australia and cardboard signs in Zimbabwe. More>>

Olympic great Tatyana McFadden goes for two marathon wins in a week

Willing her wheelchair up Heartbreak Hill, Olympic legend Tatyana McFadden had a rare moment of doubt. More>>

Rory McIlroy: I will win the Masters

Rory McIlroy's belief that he will one day win the Masters remains undiminished despite another setback in his latest attempt to claim the Green Jacket. More>>

Racing's 'Everest' aims to win back 'Snapchat' generation

It's known as "The Everest," but the world's richest horse race on turf is just one peak in the journey to lure back lost generations of fans to the sport. More>>

Caroline Wozniacki feels 'less pressure' after Australian Open win

Having been so close to clinching her maiden grand slam title for so many years, but ultimately always falling short, many thought the increasing pressure of Caroline Wozniacki's near misses would see her never win a major. More>>

Why winning with style is important to Pep Guardiola and Patrick Vieira

With the odd exception or two, Pep Guardiola's Manchester City blew away all who crossed their path on the way to lifting this season's Premier League title, playing a brand of football which was as effective as it was... More>>

Australian surfing contest canceled because of shark threat

Thundering waves and shallow reefs are an occupational hazard for surfers, but a professional contest in Margaret River, Western Australia, has been canceled because of aggressive sharks. More>>

Beyond the bars: How rugby is reforming Italian prisoners

They might live behind bars, but rugby has given prisoners in Italy a new-found freedom. More>>

Daniel Ricciardo considering 'other options' unless Red Bull improves

Just days after securing his first win of the season at the Chinese Grand Prix, Daniel Ricciardo has cast doubt on his Red Bull future. More>>

VAR back in the spotlight after chaos in the Bundesliga

The Video Assistant Referee -- better known as VAR -- is under scrutiny again after one of its most chaotic incidents to date in Germany's top division on Monday. More>>

Virtual unknown shakes up the Boston Marathon with a second-place finish

Desiree Linden made history at this year's Boston Marathon as the first American woman to win the storied race since 1985. More>>

'Jaws': How a surfing break in Hawaii was named after movie blockbuster

Everyone has seen the classic Hollywood blockbuster "Jaws," the 1975 Steven Spielberg classic movie about a terrifying, unpredictable, man-eating shark. More>>

Daniel Ricciardo: 'I thought I was starting the race in 20th'

Forced to retire after a single lap at the Bahrain Grand Prix, a disconsolate Daniel Ricciardo was left "heartbroken." More>>

Manchester City wins English Premier League title after rivals Manchester United stumble

Manchester City won the English Premier League title on Sunday after rivals Manchester United stumbled to defeat against relegation-threatened West Bromwich Albion. More>>

Masters Golf Tournament Fast Facts

Here's some background information about the Masters, one of golf's four major tournaments, along with the US Open, the British Open and the PGA Championship. It is held annually at the Augusta National Golf Club in... More>>

Does the Commonwealth Games have a future?

The Commonwealth Games could hardly have been held in a more idyllic setting. More>>

New Zealand regain their crown as kings of Commonwealth rugby sevens

New Zealand cleaned up in the rugby sevens Sunday, with their men's team defeating Fiji 14-0 in the Commonwealth Games' final, after the women's team had beaten hosts Australia earlier. More>>

Commonwealth Games 2018: NZ win first women's rugby sevens gold

New Zealand made history Sunday, beating fierce rivals and host nation Australia 17-12 in extra-time to win gold in the first ever women's rugby sevens tournament at the Commonwealth Games. More>>

Marathon runner misses out on gold after collapsing 2 km from finishing line

With just two kilometers to go to the finish line, Scotland's Callum Hawkins was set for a remarkable Commonwealth Games gold. But in a harrowing conclusion to the men's marathon, the athlete collapsed towards the end of... More>>