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8 HOURS AGO - VeloNews (Cycling)

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Gallery: UCI Cyclocross World Cup No.2, Koksijde

The World Cup takes on Koksijde's sand dunes. A familiar face wins the women's race, and a fresh name is tops in the men's contestThe post Gallery: UCI Cyclocross World Cup No.2, Koksijde appeared first on VeloNews.com.

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12 HOURS AGO - Boston Herald

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Stenson retains World Tour Championship title

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Henrik Stenson has successfully defended his DP World Tour Championship title at the European Tour's season-ending event.The Swede shot a final round 2-under 70 on Sunday to win by two strokes with an overall 16-under 272 on the Earth Course at Jumeirah Golf Estates.Three of Stenson's teammates on Europe's victorious Ryder Cup team — top-ranked ...

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19 HOURS AGO - New York Times

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Sports Briefing | Winter Sports: Germans Win World Cup Ski Jumping Opener

Severin Freund soared 135 meters on his second jump to seal Germany’s victory in Klingenthal, Germany, in the opening event of the World Cup ski jumping season.

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NOV 22, 2014 - The Independent

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England vs Germany: From sleeping in tiny beds on trains to the five-star luxury of St George’s

As England women trained, slept and ate in the luxury of St George’s Park this week, before travelling down to Wembley to play Germany in front of 55,000 fans today, one of the group recalled how she had to bend her legs to fit into a bed on an overnight sleeper to face the same opponents in a World Cup ...

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NOV 22, 2014 - Boston Herald

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FIFA official: WCup boycott would be 'nonsense'

SOCHI, Russia — FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke said Friday a boycott of the 2018 World Cup in Russia would be "nonsense."Some European politicians have suggested that European countries could boycott the World Cup over the conflict in eastern Ukraine, which many Western governments accuse Russia of provoking.During a visit to Sochi, Valcke said talk of a boycott was an ...

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