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  • Sir Dave Brailsford Breaks Silence Over Sir Bradley Wiggins Drugs Saga

    Sir Dave Brailsford broke his protracted silence on Monday to deny any wrongdoing on the part of Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky over the Tour de France winner’s use of the Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs). Confidential documents released from the World Anti-Doping Agency’s computer system showed Wiggins had received intramuscular injections of the powerful corticosteroid triamcinolone in the days leading up to three of cycling’s Grand Tours, the 2011 Tour de France, 2012 Tour de France which he won, and the 2013 Giro d’Italia. More »

    Newsweek Sport - 4 hours ago
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    International Business Times - 4 hours ago
  • Clinton dominates first presidential debate against a blustering Trump

    Clinton dominates first presidential debate against a blustering Trump

    Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump got down and dirty in a battling debate never quite seen before in American presidential politics. Clinton was largely viewed as the night's winner, with several analysts and news publications praising her ability to effectively slam Trump with facts and figures. The Washington Post declared Clinton occasionally came across as "overly rehearsed and robotic," but applauded her responses to Trump and her apology for the email scandal. More »

    International Business Times - 8 hours ago
  • Ryder Cup 2016: Guide to the Europe team aiming for a fourth victory in a row

    Ryder Cup 2016: Guide to the Europe team aiming for a fourth victory in a row

    The Ryder Cup, one of the truly great events in world sport, takes place at Hazeltine this week. Yahoo Sport’s Nick Metcalfe profiles the European team that will go into the contest as underdogs in Minnesota. More »

    Nick Metcalfe - 13 hours ago
  • Ice hockey-Upstart Team Europe to face Canada in World Cup final

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    Reuters - 17 hours ago