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07-30-13
Ecuador international Christian Benitez, the top scorer in the Mexican league last season, has died suddenly at the age of 27.

07-30-13
Last year he shocked South Africa's Oscar Pistorius to win over 200m at the Paralympics and Sunday Brazil's Alan Oliveira returned to London's Olympic Stadium to prove he is the fastest amputee sprinter in the world.

07-30-13
Maria Sharapova has been forced to pull out of the WTA Rogers Cup tournament in Toronto next month, still plagued by a nagging left hip injury.

07-30-13
Pep Guardiola's first competitive game in charge of Bayern Munich ended in defeat on Saturday as Borussia Dortmund ran out 4-2 winners in the German Super Cup.

07-25-13
MUNICH, Germany: Pep Guardiolas Bayern Munich enjoyed a 2-0 win at home to his former employers Barcelona in Wednesdays friendly as the Spaniards only played their stars until the break. Although Barcelona left new Brazil signing Neymar at home, first-team regulars Javier Mascherano, Adriano, Alex Song and Alexis Sanchez, plus Argentinas Lionel Messi played the first-half in Munich.

07-25-13
The new football season is still some weeks away, but already in Italy allegations of racial abuse towards AC Milan's Kevin Constant have marred a friendly.

07-24-13
Gerardo "Tata" Martino's the name and putting Barcelona back at the top of Europe's elite is the game. Martino, 50, signed a two-year deal with the Spanish champions Tuesday after agreeing a move to Camp Nou to replace the recently departed Tito Vilanova.

07-22-13
All the talk at Muirfield has been about which drought would be broken. Would world No. 1 Tiger Woods win his first major in five years? Could Lee Westwood complete his 18-year quest for a major title?

07-22-13
The apprentice became the master as the wheels stopped turning in the 100th Tour de France on a balmy Paris evening. The man they called "super domestique" for his selfless service in helping Sir Bradley Wiggins to the 2012 crown is now top dog.

07-22-13
World No.1 Serena Williams put her Wimbledon loss behind her with a solid win in the Swedish Open.

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