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Liverpool face challenge to revive fluent form

- Without the departed Luis Suarez and injured Daniel Sturridge, Liverpool returned to the Champions League with a win but face a challenge to recover the free-scoring form that put them back among the European elite.

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London Marathon raises record amounts for charity

LONDON - Runners at the London Marathon have raised almost half a billion dollars for charity in the last five years and continue to break fundraising records each year, sponsors Virgin Money announced on Wednesday.

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Williams can catch Red Bull, says Massa

SINGAPORE - Brazilian Felipe Massa feels he has turned a corner after his first podium of the season in Italy last time out and is cautiously confident his Williams team can catch Red Bull in the constructors' championship.

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Caterham keep Kobayashi for Singapore

SINGAPORE - Japanese Formula One driver Kamui Kobayashi has kept his Caterham seat for Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix despite lingering uncertainty about his future at the struggling team.

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Juventus need shake-up to be a formidable force in Europe

TURIN Italy - Juventus are likely to need a shake-up at some point this season if they are to mount a serious challenge in the Champions League this season. New coach Massimiliano Allegri has so far left well alone after inheriting a team which won three successive Serie A titles under his predecessor Antonio Conte, who is now in charge of the Italian national side.

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Atletico undone by inability to take chances - Simeone

MADRID - Failure to take their chances in the first half scuppered Atletico Madrid in their 3-2 reverse at Olympiakos Piraeus in Tuesday's Champions League Group A opener, according to Atletico coach Diego Simeone.

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Cilic wins U.S. Open

Croatia's Marin Cilic swept past Japan's Kei Nishikori 6-3 6-3 6-3 to win the U.S. Open.


Williams wins 18th grand slam title

World number one Serena Williams swept past Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark 6-3 6-3 in the U.S. Open final.

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