Japan defeats N.Korea to reach women’s tournament at the Paris Olympics

Japan 2, North Korea 1 Japan defeated North Korea 2-1 yesterday to reach the women’s soccer tournament at the upcoming Paris Olympics. But not

NASCAR teams hired top antitrust attorney in their revenue dispute – here’s why

The NASCAR season is under way, with 38 races to determine another stock car racing champion in the 76th season of the top motorsports series in the

Klopp savors his ‘most special trophy’ as Liverpool wins the English League Cup

Jurgen Klopp just couldn’t keep the smile from his face. It was deep into extra time at Wembley on Sunday and the English League Cup final

Russian Olympic Committee loses appeal against suspension by the IOC

The Russian Olympic Committee has lost an appeal against its suspension by the International Olympic Committee. The Court of Arbitration for Sport said Friday that it

De Jong penalty earns PSV Eindhoven draw with Dortmund in round of 16

PSV 1, Dortmund 1 Luuk de Jong converted a penalty to cancel out a goal by his former teammate Donyell Malen as PSV Eindhoven and

After fallout in China, Messi insists politics not reason for missing game in Hong Kong

Lionel Messi made another conciliatory gesture to fans in Hong Kong and mainland China this week by releasing a video on social media to explain why

IOC won’t change age limit to let Pacquaio compete at Paris Olympics at 45

The International Olympic Committee will not change its rules to let boxing great Manny Pacquaio compete at the Paris Games aged five years beyond the entry limit.

New Zealand women win Oceania to qualify for Paris Olympics

New Zealand will compete in the women’s football tournament at the Paris Olympic Games after beating the Solomon Islands 11-1 in the final of the Oceania qualifying

US swimmer Curzan and China’s Pan win their 4th golds at the worlds

Standout swimmers Claire Curzan of the United States and Pan Zhanle of China won their fourth gold medals at the world championships on Saturday. Curzan was

Golden Duo: Chen Yuxi and Quan Hongchan give China another diving championship

Quan Hongchan and Chen Yuxi gave China another diving gold medal at the World Aquatics Championships, cruising to victory in the women’s synchronized 10-meter platform yesterday .

Little separating Liverpool, Man City and Arsenal in title race rich with narratives

One team is looking to make history. Another wants to give its long-time manager the perfect send-off. The other is eager for revenge. An English Premier

Messi’s global tour with Inter Miami has been very messy and a PR nightmare

It’s all been very messy. We’re talking about Lionel Messi and Inter Miami’s global tour of exhibition games where the main show has been Argentina’s

Osmar Olvera Ibarra gives Mexico its 2nd diving gold medal in world championship history

Osmar Olvera Ibarra gave Mexico its second diving gold medal in the history of the World Aquatics Championships, winning the men’s 1-meter springboard on Saturday. Olvera

Klinsmann’s South Korea advances to quarters after beating Mancini’s Saudi Arabia in shootout

Jurgen Klinsmann overcame Roberto Mancini in a battle of European soccer greats as South Korea advanced to the quarterfinals of the Asian Cup on penalties against Saudi

Rugby Australia to help run debt-affected Melbourne Rebels for Super Pacific season

Rugby Australia said yesterday it is working with the debt-affected Melbourne Rebels to ensure they field a team in this year’s Super Rugby Pacific competition. The

Sinner rallies from two sets down to beat Medvedev and clinch his first Grand Slam title

Jannik Sinner lined up a forehand, drilled it down the line and dropped to the court on his back, giving himself some moments to process how he’d

James outduels Curry with a triple-double as Lakers take double-OT thriller

Back and forth they went, one-upping the other, two of the greatest to ever play each believing he could will his team to win. Stepback 3s,

Visa enters F1 with Red Bull, rebrands AlphaTauri with wordy new team name

Visa will enter Formula One this year with Red Bull Racing in its first new global sports sponsorship agreement in 15 years. Visa has taken

Al-Haydos’ spectacular volley sees Qatar finish group stage in style; China must wait

Qatar 1, China 0 Asian Cup host Qatar finished its group stage in style yesterday with a spectacular volley from Hassan Al-Haydos for a 1-0

Nunez, Jota score two each for Liverpool in thrashing of Bournemouth

Bournemouth 0, Liverpool 4 Darwin Nunez and Diogo Jota scored second-half doubles as Premier League leader Liverpool moved five points clear with a crushing 4-0 victory

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