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  • More than 300 reindeer killed by lightning in Norway

    More than 300 reindeer killed by lightning in Norway

    The animals , adults and calves of both sexes, were found dead Friday in an area of about 54 to 84 yards in diameter in south-central Norway's Hardangervidda region. Be Civil - It's OK to have a difference in opinion but there's no need to be a jerk. Norwegian authorities have yet to decide what to do with the animals.

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  • Pat Hickey 'should be released from prison and placed under house arrest'

    Pat Hickey 'should be released from prison and placed under house arrest'

    Almeida says there is no indication that Hickey could pose a risk to the public or obstruct the investigation. The authorised ticket reseller is Dublin-based PRO10 Sports Management. "The video of his arrest was an attempt to degrade him", she said. "I would like the Minister to call in the Brazilian ambassador, and let them know that we are watching what they are doing over there", said James.

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  • Eric Berry returns to Chiefs, expected to practice Monday

    Eric Berry returns to Chiefs, expected to practice Monday

    Shortly after the news came out, it was announced Berry had signed his franchise tender and would return to practice Monday. Berry had two interceptions (plus one in the playoffs) and 10 pass breakups previous year for a team that won 10 in a row and a playoff game after a 1-5 start.

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  • Gunners star Ozil likely to make first start of season at Watford

    Of course the worldwide break comes too soon, because the players that go away with their national teams are not ready yet to start for us in the Premiership, because we had to rest them because they played global games. "We have not got any plans for anyone else now". David Moyes secured his first point as Sunderland manager with a 1-1 draw at Southampton, but will have been disappointed not to have claimed all three at St Mary's.

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  • Magnussen fit for Monza despite huge Spa crash

    Magnussen fit for Monza despite huge Spa crash

    Renault driver Kevin Magnussen was taken to hospital for precautionary checks after suffering a cut to his left ankle in a high-speed crash at the Belgian Formula One Grand Prix on Sunday, his team said. The safety auto was initially deployed, but damage sustained to the tyre barrier meant the race was suspended to allow for further repairs. Palmer, in seventh, at the time of Magnussen's accident, finished 15th.

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  • Park takes 2-shot lead into final round at Olympics

    Top-ranked Lydia Ko fired a third-round 65 to surge into contention, while Gerina Piller represents Team USA's best chance for a medal after a 68. Maria Verchenova of Russian Federation posted the lowest score, a 62 that featured the third hole-in-one of the tournament. The game is almost an obsession, especially among women, in South Korea dating to the days of Se Ri Pak, who served as team leader this week for the four South Korean women in the field.

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  • Scherzer extends own Nationals record with strong performance in win against Orioles

    Scherzer extends own Nationals record with strong performance in win against Orioles

    The Nationals snapped a four-game losing streak with the win and prevented the Orioles from handing them their first sweep since June 20-22 against the Dodgers. "I want to talk about how Ubaldo threw the ball". Scherzer helped his own cause defensively in the fifth without seeing the ball. Scherzer extended his contribution to the field when he made a great between-the-legs play to retire Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop.

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  • Team USA takes Rio Olympics medal race with ease

    Gold, silver, bronze. The atmosphere has been brilliant. Smiling and waving athletes danced into the Maracana stadium to launch an all-night party after Olympics chief Thomas Bach described the Rio Games as "marvelous". "I feel so proud and so inspired by the strong women on our team". The Rio Games weren't able to match the ratings from the previous Summer Games in London four years ago despite the 20% increase in ad revenue NBC collected.

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  • After losing sponsors, Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte gains a new one

    Reports said Lochte was informed of the charge and must now determine whether to present a defense. The indictment also will be sent to the International Olympic Committee's ethics commission, the statement said. The swimmer has signed a deal with Pine Bros. Lochte is accused of falsely reporting a crime after the swimmer told authorities he was robbed at gunpoint .

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  • Simone Biles Boyfriend: Her Boyfriend Reacts To Zac Efron Kiss

    Simone Biles Boyfriend: Her Boyfriend Reacts To Zac Efron Kiss

    Efron already", Biles tweeted at one point during their mutual love-fest. Aly Raisman - another member of the victorious U.S. team - again took silver behind Biles, as she had in the individual all-around event. "It's something you dream of for so long, and then it finally happens, and then it hits you , and you have a rush of emotions that you can't even control, and you're just like, 'Wow, '" Biles said .

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  • Blaine Gabbert Should Start For 49ers

    Blaine Gabbert Should Start For 49ers

    Kaepernick, who missed the first exhibition because of a sore right shoulder, resumed throwing in practice Thursday and is expected to begin fully participating in workouts next week in hopes of playing Friday against Green Bay. Siemian went 10 for 14 for 75 yards and led a scoring drive on his opening series. His final pass was intercepted in the last moments by cornerback Kenneth Acker.

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  • United States of America beach volleyball player Kerri Walsh Jennings makes family a priority

    United States of America beach volleyball player Kerri Walsh Jennings makes family a priority

    The beach volleyball arena, rear left, stands along Copacabana beach ahead of tonight's women's gold medal match between Germany and Brazil at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro , Brazil, Wednesday, Aug. Walsh Jennings and Ross continued to gain momentum, taking the second set 21-17 for force a decisive third set. "You're either get a medal or you go home empty handed", Ross said.

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  • Which USA Basketball Players Belong On 2020 Roster?

    But all that was forgotten as the Mike Krzyzewski-coached team completed the USA medal tally in Rio, its 46th gold to comfortably top the table from Great Britain. The two were the only players back from the 2012 squad, their 10 teammates all Olympic first-timers. The Americans just secured their fifteenth Olympic gold medal.

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  • Walker not sharp enough in return, Mariners lose to Yanks

    Tuesday's win put them five games back in the wild-card race, so they're skating on thin ice. Masahiro Tanaka gets the ball, and he's 10-4 with a 3.24 ERA and 137 strikeouts this season. Jacoby Ellsbury continues to swing a hot bat as he celebrates a two-run home run. Got to give credit to Sabathia. "So hopefully things will turn around".

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  • Nationals recover after blowing lead, beat Braves 7

    Nationals recover after blowing lead, beat Braves 7

    The Nationals trailed 3-1 before setting a season high for runs in an inning and taking a 9-3 lead. Revere, on the dead run, leaped at the fence in right-center field and snatched back Freeman's home run bid.The Nationals then padded their lead with two runs in the fifth.

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  • Beach Volleyball: Germany thrash Brazil to take gold

    Beach Volleyball: Germany thrash Brazil to take gold

    And you can't do anything without a pass. She dropped her second against Switzerland last week, but rallied to make it to the round of 16. Walsh-Jennings and her former teammate, Misty May-Traenor, made beach volleyball a staple of Olympic prime time programming in U.S.

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  • Did Conor McGregor Hint That His Next Fight Is With Floyd Mayweather?

    In the end, the judges called it 48-47, 47-47, 48-47 in McGregor's favour. The previous record was held by Brock Lesnar, who received $2.5 million for his heavyweight encounter against Mark Hunt this past July. McGregor began the match with a different approach. It was a decision, he didn't go out and get it like I wanted him to get it. He slapped McGregor several times in the third and paused to point and laugh at him each time.

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  • Alabama keeps rolling: Tide is No. 1 in AP preseason Top 25

    Alabama keeps rolling: Tide is No. 1 in AP preseason Top 25

    No. 5 LSU, No. 6 Ohio State and No. 7 MI all received one first-place vote. Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma, Florida State, LSU, Ohio State, Michigan, Tennessee and Notre Dame were the only teams listed on all 61 ballots. Clemson, which lost the College Football Playoff title game to Alabama in January, received 16 first-place votes and 1,443 points. Clemson's previous highest preseason ranked was 4th in 1984 and 1988.

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  • Milestones from the Rio Olympics

    The Barcelona star hounded defender Johnny Palacios to rob possession on the edge of the Honduras box and goalkeeper Luis Lopez's attempt to atone for his teammate's error only ricocheted the ball off Neymar's midriff and into an empty goal.

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  • Men's 50km race walk: Frenchman Yohann Diniz battles the tough conditions

    Men's 50km race walk: Frenchman Yohann Diniz battles the tough conditions

    French race walker Yohann Diniz's 50-kilometer race walk Friday embodied his nation's indifference to adversity. With the help of race officials, the Frenchman who holds the current world record in the event, got up and resumed racing. Diniz would eventually finish in seventh place after the third-place walker Hirooki Arai was disqualified for bumping into Canada's Even Dunfee, who would then take bronze.

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  • Nigeria beat Honduras 3-2 to win bronze

    Nigeria beat Honduras 3-2 to win bronze

    Nigeria claimed men's football bronze at the Rio Olympics with an entertaining 3-2 win over Honduras in Belo Horizonte on Saturday to deny the Central Americans their first ever Olympic medal. The post Olympics: Nigeria triumph in late Honduras fightback to win bronze appeared first on Vanguard News. Nigeria's arrival in Brazil was delayed until just hours before the team's opening match because of a flight mix-up in Atlanta.

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  • 1st Test: New Zealand seamers dent South Africa in overcast conditions

    1st Test: New Zealand seamers dent South Africa in overcast conditions

    Duminy looked solid enough in going to 14 but he then pulled a short ball from left-armer Neil Wagner straight to fine leg, an unfortunate way to get out for a batsman who is already under some pressure to keep his place in the team. But Amla, who usually sees the sunny side of life, felt the Proteas were not in a good position. Stand-in South Africa Test captain Faf du Plessis admitted on Thursday that his team had been "scarred" by their mauling on spin-friendly pitches in India a year ...

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