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Bardet, Van Garderen suffer as Rogers wins Stage 16

BAGNERES DE LUCHON France - Frenchman Romain Bardet and American Tejay van Garderen's Tour de France podium hopes suffered a major blow on Tuesday when they lost considerable ground in the 16th stage won by Australian Michael Rogers.

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Bolt fit and raring to go in Glasgow

KINGSTON - Six-times Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt says he ready to put on a good show in the sprint relay at the Commonwealth Games after recovering from minor foot surgery and a hamstring injury.

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Real Madrid sign Colombian Rodriguez

MADRID - Real Madrid have signed Colombia midfielder James Rodriguez from Monaco on a six-year contract, the La Liga club said on Tuesday.

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Jamaica sprinter Blake out for season after surgery

KINGSTON - Jamaica’s double Olympic sprint silver medallist Yohan Blake has been ruled out for the rest of the 2014 season after undergoing surgery on an injured hamstring, coach Glen Mills said on Tuesday.

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England's Buttler to make test debut v India

LONDON - Wicketkeeper Jos Buttler is set to make his test debut after being named to replace Matt Prior in England's 13-man squad to play India in the third test starting at Southampton on Sunday.

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Scotland will continue to host major sporting events - Salmond

GLASGOW - The Commonwealth Games will be the first of many successful major sporting events to be held in Scotland regardless of the country’s referendum on independence, Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond said on Tuesday.

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Factbox-Brazil manager Dunga

SAO PAULO - Following is a factbox about Dunga who was named as Brazil manager on Tuesday.

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FA chairman backs manager Hodgson despite World Cup flop

LONDON - England coach Roy Hodgson retains the support of the Football Association despite the team's dismal showing at the World Cup last month, FA Chairman Greg Dyke said on Tuesday.

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English FA keeps up pressure on FIFA over Qatar

LONDON - FIFA should review the decision to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar if an investigation shows that corruption played a part in the winning bid, English Football Association Chairman Greg Dyke said on Tuesday.

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McIlroy wins British Open

Rory McIlroy wins the British Open.

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Tour de France underway

Cyclists chase the yellow jersey in the race across France.

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