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  • Swimming: Team manager quits over hidden camera scandal - report

    The manager of South Korea's national swimming team has resigned as an investigation continues into a scandal involving the alleged installation of hidden cameras to take pictures of female athletes, the national federation has said. "As manager that leads the team, I deeply feel responsible that such (a) shameful incident took place," Ahn Jong-taek, who joined the swimming team in 2008 as coach and has been the team manager since 2012, told Yonhap news agency. "I hope (the) truth would be revealed clearly as soon as possible so that other swimmers and coaches would not suffer." Yonhap said on Sunday that police planned to question a member of the Rio Olympics swimming team about the scandal some time this week. More »

    Reuters - 24 minutes ago
  • Craig Sager to undergo third bone marrow transplant thanks to anonymous donor

    Craig Sager to undergo third bone marrow transplant thanks to anonymous donor

    The longtime NBA sideline reporter just got some help in his fight against leukemia. More »

    Sporting News - 37 minutes ago
  • Williams sister act through to Open second round

    Williams sister act through to Open second round

    By Steve Keating NEW YORK (Reuters) - World number one Serena Williams opened her U.S. Open account with a tidy 6-3 6-3 win over Ekaterina Makarova on Tuesday, to join her sister Venus in the second round of the year's final grand slam. Williams, whose status as world number one is under attack from several fronts, delivered a message that she will not be surrendering the top spot without a fight, needing just 63 minutes to dispatch the 29th-ranked Russian. Germany's Angelique Kerber and Spain's Garbine Muguruza, who have both beaten Williams in slam finals this season, along with Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska, will all be eyeing the number one ranking should the American's bid for a 23rd grand slam title stall. More »

    Reuters - 1 hour 34 minutes ago
  • Craig Sager ready for another round in his fight against leukemia

    Craig Sager ready for another round in his fight against leukemia

    The TNT broadcaster will receive a rare third bone marrow transplant. More »

    Sporting News - 1 hour 37 minutes ago
  • Tennis-Williams sister act through to Open second round

    * Williams makes fashion statement * Serena's number one crown under threat * Takes something off big serve to pamper shoulder (Adds quotes, detail) By Steve Keating NEW YORK, Aug 30 (Reuters) - World number one Serena Williams opened her U.S. Open account with a tidy 6-3 6-3 win over Ekaterina Makarova on Tuesday, to join her sister Venus in the second round of the year's final grand slam. Williams, whose status as world number one is under attack from several fronts, delivered a message that she will not be surrendering the top spot without a fight, needing just 63 minutes to dispatch the 29th-ranked Russian. Germany's Angelique Kerber and Spain's Garbine Muguruza, who have both beaten Williams in slam finals this season, along with Poland's Agnieszka Radwanska, will all be eyeing the number one ranking should the American's bid for a 23rd grand slam title stall. More »

    Reuters - 1 hour 41 minutes ago