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Boston activist group credited for defeating Olympics pitch

BOSTON - As recently as late Monday morning, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh had dismissed the group opposing the city's bid for the 2024 Olympic Games as "10 people on Twitter."

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Mexico fires coach Miguel Herrera after punching incident

MEXICO CITY - Mexico's national football team coach Miguel Herrera has been dismissed, the president of the Mexican football federation, Decio de Maria, said on Tuesday, a day after Herrera allegedly punched a reporter at Philadelphia airport.

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Ennis-Hill to compete at world championships

LONDON - Olympic heptathlon gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill has announced that she is to compete in the world athletics championships in Beijing next month.

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Special Edgbaston crowd can be our 12th man, says Cook

BIRMINGHAM, England - England want to bounce back from a disastrous showing at Lord's by playing well enough to get a special Edgbaston crowd on their side in the third Ashes test against Australia, said captain Alastair Cook.

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