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The Highline Times
A look back: 2013 CSIHS spring sports season recap
Last spring I led my season recap by saying that it was "my belief that the '12 spring sports season at Chief Sealth International High School will be one that sets a new standard for excellence and success." That statement proved true this year, as our athletes turned out in droves this spring, driven by high expectations.
Wed May 22, 2013
MirrorFootball's season report: A look back at Wigan's campaign
Mirror Football correspondent David Anderson runs the rule over a season that saw the Latics win the FA Cup but fall out of the Premier League Then three days later at another part of north London, they made more history at Arsenal as they became the first side ever to win the Cup and get relegated.
Grant Wahl: U.S. star Rapinoe adds Women's Champions League final to resume
In the last two years, U.S. midfielder Megan Rapinoe has played big games in some of soccer's hallowed stadiums, including Old Trafford, Wembley, St.
Canada's soccer team looking to add American-born Rachel Quon
Rising American star Rachel Quon has been asked to join the Canadian women's soccer team for a friendly against the United States in June.
The Straits Times
Football: Atletico Madrid beat Singapore Selection 2-0 in charity friendly at Jalan Besar
Atletico Madrid's Raul Garcia celebrates with his teammates after scoring a goal against Singapore during the Peter Lim Charity Cup fund-raising exhibition soccer match in Singapore, on May 22, 2013.
Summer Transfer Window Gossip: Neymar, Cristiano Ronaldo, Gonzalo Higuain
We've heard the whispers, read the gossip and entertained the idle speculation for weeks, months and even years.
WNFL-AM Green Bay
CAS reject Murofushi appeal against IOC election b...
The Court of Arbitration for Sport have rejected Japanese hammer thrower Koji Murofushi's appeal against the blocking of his election to the International Olympic Committee's Athletes Commission, CAS said on Wednesday.
Former Lady Ram launches soccer academy05/21/13 Riverview High...
Riverview High graduate Danielle Meyer, an All-Americas Recipient at Polk Community College and starter and captain for Lindenwood University, recently launched Soccer Time Academy.
Tue May 21, 2013
The Star Online
Injured Carroll ruled out of England friendlies
Striker Andy Carroll has pulled out of England's friendly internationals against Ireland and Brazil through injury, the FA said on its website on Tuesday.
Floyd Mayweather's and Manny Pacquiao's income shows boxing remains big business - Jeff Powell
After all the hullabaloo about David Beckham earning more than the gross national product of many third world countries, it turns out that he is not even the best paid sportsman on the planet.
The Sun Online
Ian Wright: I'd swap finishing fourth for a trophy
I understand why they may feel this. It looked as though they had just won the Premier League title rather than finished fourth.
James Lawton: Did football's mercenaries learn nothing from our Olympic heroes?
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U.S. women's soccer stars to Brazil
When it comes to foreign aid, sending soccer players to Brazil might seem a bit like shipping coals to Newcastle.
Mon May 20, 2013
Footballers support cancer charity for former player
TOP Premier League goalkeepers have had a hand in supporting a former player's charity to raise cash for the carers of his cancer-surviving 11-year-old son.
Mail & Guardian
Samsung, Chelsea initiative scores big with SA youth
An initiative to give boys a chance to be coached at Chelsea has shown how sponsorship can go beyond return on investment, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
Sam Wallace: The second coming of Jose Mourinho at Chelsea will be a...
Talking Football: Chelsea cannot believe this will go beyond the short term. The question is: what do they do when he walks out? Friday night at the Bernabeu, and if the people who pull the strings at Chelsea were watching, they will have been reminded of one thing above all.
Sun May 19, 2013
EHotelier Global Hospitality News
The 46 Places to Go in 2013
Fifty-three years after Brazil's federal government decamped to Braslia, and decades after So Paulo took over as the country's business capital, Rio is staging a comeback.
Fergie signs off in 10-goal thriller
Alex Ferguson was denied a winning send off into retirement as West Brom roared back from three goals down to snatch a draw in a quite staggering 5-5 thriller at The Hawthorns.
Malaga manager Manuel Pellegrini has pedigree to be success story at Manchester City
It was 35 years ago that a rather bewildered Osvaldo Ardiles, grateful to have brought his fellow Argentinian World Cup-winner Ricky Villa with him, arrived in north London as the first of the foreign superstars who would gravitate to English football.
Premier League as it happened: The fight for fourth and all final day games
Phew! Well after all that excitement we're off to lie down in a darkened room, thanking the footballing gods that no more goals can go in now as my keyboard now resembles a smoking pile of ash.