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Woods has plenty on the line at Quicken Loans

Tiger Woods will compete at this week's Quicken Loans National in Maryland with one eye focused on getting closer to qualifying for the final WGC-Bridgestone Invitational to be played at his personal stomping ground.

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Froome determined to defend Tour de France title

Four-times Tour de France winner, Chris Froome, says he "has every right" to defend his title next month as he awaits a decision over an adverse doping test.

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Egypt set to clarify Cuper's fate in wake of World Cup exit

Hector Cuper's future as Egypt coach is set to be clarified on Wednesday, two days after they ended their World Cup campaign bottom of Group A, but the country’s football association has already dropped a broad hint that he is on his way.

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Lack of top-level striker cost Socceroos in Russia

Australian media lamented the absence of a top-level marksman as the Socceroos bowed out of the World Cup with a 2-0 defeat to Peru in Sochi on Tuesday, finishing bottom of a pool in which they competed in all three matches but never led.

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Neville wants England to make changes against Belgium to avoid fatigue

Former right-back Gary Neville has advised England manager Gareth Southgate to make "three or four changes" in Thursday's top-spot decider against Belgium to avoid fatigue in the latter stages of the World Cup.

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S Korea revels in German revenge

Hundreds of Mexico soccer fans danced and cheered outside the South Korean embassy in Mexico City on Wednesday, grateful after the Asian country's victory over Germany guaranteed the national team a spot in the knock-out stages of the World Cup.

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Hamilton hopes to pull away in Austria

The Formula One lead has changed hands four times in eight grands prix so far this season but Lewis Hamilton hopes to put more daylight between himself and Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel in Austria this weekend.

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Former champion Lawrie pins hope on son to fill in at Carnoustie

Former British Open champion Paul Lawrie hopes the potential qualification of his son Craig for the tournament would make up for his own withdrawal due to injuries.

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Farbrace keen to succeed Bayliss as England head coach

Paul Farbrace said he would be "thrilled" to take over as England coach when Trevor Bayliss leaves the job after next year's Ashes series against Australia.

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Russian police evacuate venues in World Cup host city after bomb threats

Russian police said early on Wednesday they had received multiple bomb threats in the World Cup host city of Rostov-on-Don, causing bars and restaurants to be evacuated across the city.

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