Topics also related to Top News:


Women's World Cup offers hope amid FIFA crisis

VANCOUVER - A World Cup that kicked off amidst one of the biggest scandals in football history ended in joyous celebration on Sunday as the United States defeated Japan 5-2 in a free-wheeling clash that offered some hope of better days ahead for the so-called Beautiful Game.

Recent Sports News

Liverpool appoint coaches O'Driscoll and Lijnders

- Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers moved to reinforce his depleted coaching set up with the left field appointment of Sean O'Driscoll and the promotion of Pepijn Lijnders from the academy.

10:13am BST

Singapore-bound Serena becomes earliest Finals qualifier

- World number one Serena Williams added yet another record to her glittering tennis resume by becoming the earliest qualifier for the end-of-season WTA Finals.

Tennis 9:24am BST

Optimism returns for Woods after rare bogey-free round

- Tiger Woods declared his tie for 32nd at the Greenbrier Classic a "very positive week" and sounded genuinely excited about his prospects ahead of this month's British Open at St Andrews starting on July 16.

4:56am BST

Hat-trick hero Lloyd dreams big and wins World Cup

VANCOUVER - Scoring three times in a Women's World Cup final would be a dream come true for most soccer players but not Carli Lloyd.

5:01am BST

Wambach coy on international future after World Cup win

VANCOUVER - United States striker Abby Wambach was coy on her plans for the future on Sunday, saying just that she was proud of her team's win over Japan after finally hoisting the World Cup trophy for the first time in her 12-year career with the national squad.

Japan 6:07am BST

Topics also related to Top News: