MONTARGIS, France - Cycling's "bad boy" just made good.
AKRON, Ohio - More than two years of hype, drama, conjecture and expectation have dwindled to a few more hours.
DURBAN, South Africa - They pressured Germany the entire match and peppered its goalkeeper so many times a score seemed inevitable.
REIMS, France - Lance Armstrong's flat tire has done more than just deflate some of his hopes for another Tour de France victory. It's also caused a bit of second-guessing within his RadioShack team.
SILVIS, Ill. - Hanging out at home sits well with Steve Stricker - for a while, anyway.
OAKMONT, Pa. - Maybe it's the growth of the game internationally, or the lack of star-quality golfers being groomed on American courses. Whatever the reason, there's something missing from the U.S. Women's Open.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa - The Netherlands finally turned on the style at the World Cup in South Africa to reach its third final - and first in 32 years - with a 3-2 victory over Uruguay on Tuesday.
NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. - Tiger Woods is assured at least one trophy this year.
ARENBERG, France - Just four days into the Tour de France, Lance Armstrong is off to a rough start.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa - The World Cup turned sour for South America in the quarterfinals. Only one team from the continent advanced - Uruguay, the least likely of all to make the final four.
SPA, Belgium - Lance Armstrong bloodied his thigh in a tumble to the asphalt Monday, one of dozens of Tour de France riders ensnared in widespread nerve-racking crashes Monday during a rainy second stage won by new race leader Sylvain Chavanel of France .
WIMBLEDON, England - For the ninth time in 11 years, the name "Williams" was etched on the green board inside the All England Club that lists the champions of the world's most famous tennis tournament.
CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Cavaliers used their home-court advantage to convince LeBron James to give them a few more years to win an NBA title.
PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa - The Netherlands came from behind to stun five-time champion Brazil 2-1 Friday and become the first semifinalist of the World Cup.
WIMBLEDON, England - Rafael Nadal took apart Andy Murray in straight sets Friday to reach his fourth Wimbledon final and prolong Britain's 74-year wait for a homegrown male champion.
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