Saturday Jul 26
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Not easy being elite: Some professional and elite runners sacrifice plenty to solidify greatness
Shadrack Kosgei holds a steady pace as he makes his way across East Cliff Drive in Santa Cruz during the 2013 Wharf to Wharf Race.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Water Polo: CMHS hires Serrano twins to coach boys' and girls' teams
Many say, "it's all about timing," when referring to a good relationship. Perhaps the same could be said for Costa Mesa High School and its hirings for coach of the boys' and girls' water polo teams.
Angry: Zac Alexander has been forced out of the Australian squash squad at the Commonwealth Games.
A shattered Zac Alexander has lifted the lid on his last-minute omission from Australia's Commonwealth Games team, saying the morale of the men's squash squad was shot and that his partner Ryan Cuskelly now "doesn't even want to step foot on the court" in Glasgow.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Cambridge Evening News
Commonwealth Games Blog: Not bad for starters
Three Scottie dogs quarrelling with each other is not the first sight I expected to see on arrival at Celtic Park.
Mayor 'to miss housing target'
The Mayor of London will miss his target to build 55,000 affordable homes in the capital by 2015, statistics from a housing board have suggested.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Ranking the Best Opponents for Tyson Fury After Dereck Chisora's Injury
As reported yesterday by the BBC and Sky Sports , heavyweight contender Dereck Chisora was forced to pull out of his fight scheduled for this weekend with fellow Brit Tyson Fury.
Commonwealth Games 2014: Glasgow takes baton as tournament gets up and running
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Wed Jul 16, 2014
Tour De Force
For some people cycling is a hobby ... for 25-year-old Blake Schmidt who has autism, it is a passion.
Olympic golf rules help NZ, but US not happy
The qualification rules have been decided for the 2016 Olympics golf tournament and while they're being met with consternation in the United States, they suit New Zealand.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Lansing State Journal
Michigan State Hall of Fame inductees announced
Former football standouts Flozell Adams and Carl "Buck" Nystrom headline a class of six that will be inducted into the Michigan State Athletics Hall of Fame this fall.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Maggie Martin: At 4th of July parade, 'Vail Welcomes the World'
On July 4, Vail, Colo., welcomed the world to Vail Valley. The world arrives in February for the World Alpine Ski Championships.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Thiessen to bring trophy to Brandon
Unlike hockey with the Stanley Cup, one of curling's most prized trophies is not given to people who win it to bring home and have a day to celebrate.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Cape Cod Times
Cape curlers host international competition
On opening night of the 45th annual Summerspiel curling tournament Thursday, curlers from all over the world mingled over food and drinks at the Cape Cod Curling Club.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Seven more great sporting shocks
Germany's astonishing 7-1 semi-final win over hosts Brazil in Tuesday's 2014 Fifa World Cup semi-final was arguably the biggest shock in football history.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
LA Daily News
Los Angeles curling tournament draws teams from Hollywood to Switzerland
Katie Kerr, left, and Marissa Messier scrub the ice in front of the stone in an attempt to direct and speed the rock into the bulls-eye painted area known as the “House.” Blockbuster Bonspiel is a big curling tournament being held at the Ice Station in Valencia.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Penn State's wrestling lineup a never-ending work in progress
" Ever since that day , I don't think you ever slow down; you can't.' '-- Cael Sanderson Penn State wrestling fans and media who started looking at next season's lineup immediately after the Oklahoma City nationals in March weren't nearly as quick to the draw as Cael Sanderson.