• Hackers include Nadal, Farah and Rose in latest leak of medical details
Hackers include Nadal, Farah and Rose in latest leak of medical details

Four batches of athlete medical data have now been released, with the leaks including documentation claiming to show substances the athletes have allegedly taken under the approval of their respective governing bodies as Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs).

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  • Only Lionel Messi is better than De Bruyne, says Pep Guardiola
Only Lionel Messi is better than De Bruyne, says Pep Guardiola

I need to be stable", he said . "And don't say it is too easy. If we could have gone in at half-time even 1-0 down I think we were bang in the game". In between those strikes, young forwards Iheanacho and Sterling set each other up for goals on the counter-attack as Bournemouth paid for its mistakes.

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  • Clemson QB Watson apologizes to fans for 'negative energy'
Clemson QB Watson apologizes to fans for 'negative energy'

All will likely be forgiven by Clemson fans if Watson and the Tigers quickly return to their explosive 2015 form. Watson admitted the attention from the media and the fans had begun to weigh on him, and the fun from being the face of Clemson football had started began to wane and become more of an annoyance than a privilege.

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  • Andy Murray US Open
Andy Murray US Open

The Olympic champion looked a little sluggish in his previous win over Paolo Lorenzi but dropped just five games in a one-sided 6-1, 6-2, 6-2 victory in NY. Despite his utter dominance, the Scot remained fired up and continued to urge himself on, fizzing a spectacular running cross-court forehand victor past Dimitrov to break for the seventh time.

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  • Pakistan sink to lowest-ever rating in latest ICC ODI rankings
Pakistan sink to lowest-ever rating in latest ICC ODI rankings

Sarfraz Ahmed and Shoaib Malik were instrumental in the victory and shared a 163-run partnership for Pakistan's fourth wicket. Sarfraz's batting was one of the very few high points for Pakistan in the ODI series and the new T20I skipper will be looking to carry his form to Old Trafford .

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  • Man Utd legend Cole has two words of advice for Rashford
Man Utd legend Cole has two words of advice for Rashford

Rashford, contracted to United until 2020, scored United's victor at Hull last month and made a near-instant impact in the derby last week, creating an early chance for Zlatan Ibrahimovic. He looked like he had a goal in him. United's problem is PSG just sold David Luiz to Chelsea, signalling Marquinhos' upgrade from squad player to first-team...

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  • Eli to Cruz sets up Giants win again, 16-13 over Saints
Eli to Cruz sets up Giants win again, 16-13 over Saints

Janoris Jenkins raced 65 yards after scooping up a blocked field goal by Johnathan Hankins for the game's first touchdown with 2:30 left in the second quarter. The Saints' matchup with the Giants brought the drama from the start. Brees was officially on record with 61,434 passing yards by halftime, besting Marino in this stat.

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  • Djokovic downs Monfils to reach US Open final
Djokovic downs Monfils to reach US Open final

The top seed snatched a two-set lead after only one hour of play. He had spent just over 6 hours on court and dropped just 1 set en-route to the final, while his counterpart Monfils had spent close to 10 hours on the court, although, he also had not dropped a single set.

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  • Cavani hits 4 goals as PSG thrashes Caen 6-0
Cavani hits 4 goals as PSG thrashes Caen 6-0

Cavani scored PSG's goal in a 1-1 draw with Arsenal in the Champions League midweek but also missed three clear-cut chances. "There was the effectiveness of the players to score goals, but for me the most important was not to concede goals".

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  • Hughes targeting quick end to Stoke slump
Hughes targeting quick end to Stoke slump

Much appeared wrong with the balance of a team that featured the considerable talent of Bojan Krkic, Wilfried Bony, Marko Arnautovic and Joe Allen, and was contrasted by Alan Pardew's Palace, who seem to have gelled. "[My] team knew what they were doing today", he said. "I can understand that we have to set an example but we are emotional people an...

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  • Aussie bad boys draw first blood in Davis Cup clash
Aussie bad boys draw first blood in Davis Cup clash

Bernard Tomic plans on cutting back his 2017 playing schedule as he fights a head cold on the eve of Australia's Davis Cup World Group playoff with Slovakia. After suffering a shock loss to world No115 Aleksandr Nedovyesov in Darwin, then-Australian captain Wally Masur replaced the temperamental youngster with Sam Groth for the must-win reverse sin...

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  • Aguero close to new Man City deal - Guardiola
Aguero close to new Man City deal - Guardiola

City host Bournemouth in the Premier League tomorrow. Aguero, who is now serving a three-match domestic ban for elbowing West Ham United's Winston Reid, scored the latest of those trebles in the 4-0 thrashing of Borussia Monchengladbach on Wednesday evening to extend the Citizens' flawless start to the campaign.

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  • Best Tweets: 'Global boycott is needed against Arsenal ASAP for Xhaka axe'
Best Tweets: 'Global boycott is needed against Arsenal ASAP for Xhaka axe'

The Gunners boss told the £35million midfielder on Friday that he wants him to become a "box-to-box" player and promised the Switzerland star more game time . "He will do that without any problem". Phelan said he was excited about Saturday's home game against Arsenal , last season's runners-up. Aaron Ramsey is not yet back to full health, s...

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  • Guardiola: We are lucky to have De Bruyne
Guardiola: We are lucky to have De Bruyne

De Bruyne opened the scoring after 15 minutes at the Etihad Stadium, while he supplied a sublime pass to set up Ilkay Gundogan's first goal for the club in the second half. Everton moved up to second and within two points of leaders City with an impressive 3-1 win against Middlesbrough at Goodison Park. Algeria worldwide Slimani was making his le...

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  • Lukaku scores again to help Everton beat Middlesbrough
Lukaku scores again to help Everton beat Middlesbrough

Toffees goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg had fumbled the ball into his own goal to give the visitors the lead after 22 minutes, and it looked like the hosts' unbeaten record was under threat. "We know Everton are a really good team with a good, experienced manager". Koeman said: "Why after the win on Monday do I need to change from 'fight for Eu...

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  • Celtic captain Scott Brown opens up about Barcelona drubbing in Champions League
Celtic captain Scott Brown opens up about Barcelona drubbing in Champions League

Messi hat-trick record as Barcelona hit Celtic for seven:- The Barcelona has the flawless start to their Champions League campaign by thrashing the Celtic by 7-0. The Scottish champions were thrashed at the Camp Nou , but could have drawn level after Moussa Dembele was fouled following Lionel Messi's opener.

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  • Rio Paralympics cyclist died in tragic crash
Rio Paralympics cyclist died in tragic crash

However, he did not recover from his injuries. The 48-year-old was competing in the cycling C4 road race at the games in Brazil. Carlos Nuzman, President of Rio 2016, said: "This is very sad news for sport and for the Paralympic movement".

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  • Rizzo's 2 HRs help Cubs beat Cardinals, clinch playoff spot
Rizzo's 2 HRs help Cubs beat Cardinals, clinch playoff spot

We understand the situation we're in. That's where we put our handprint on a season and (show) what this team really is capable of doing. Of the 18 games remaining on the Cardinals' schedule, only the four against the Giants and the four against the Cubs are against teams with winning records.

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  • West Ham United condemn fans' violence at London Stadium
West Ham United condemn fans' violence at London Stadium

Sure, Dimitri Payet was up to his usual tricks and even pulled off an audacious rabona assist that would make Jesus himself weep tears of joy, but their hard season continued as they ran out of steam again. They were pressuring us, we felt the pressure not only of them, but of the public (crowd). "However, we are positive with what we are doing h...

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  • Red Bull sets pace in opening Singapore GP practice
Red Bull sets pace in opening Singapore GP practice

Dutchman Verstappen, 18, lapped the Marina Bay Street Circuit in one minute 45.823 seconds to edge out his Australian team mate by 0.049 seconds. Felipe Massa was ninth fastest, but it should be noted that neither Williams attempted a lap on the ultra-soft tyres.

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