No rest for WNBA champs Bird, Stewart and Loyd No rest for WNBA champs Bird, Stewart and Loyd; trio heads to Spain to play for USA Basketball in FIBA Women's World Cup days after Seattle Storm win title FOX Sports 1 hour ago
Croatia soccer federation denies WCup ticket scalping claim Croatia's soccer federation says its leaders were not involved in suspected scalping of World Cup tickets FOX Sports 3 hours ago
Indian Hockey Team Starts Training In Bhubaneswar
The 23-member Indian hockey team reached Bhubaneswar to join the month long national selection and trial camp in the run-up to Asian Champions Trophy and Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup.
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Fifa rules face scrutiny over Qatar
FT leisure industries correspondent Roger Blitz and head of Lex Robert Armstrong discuss the fallout for football's governing body Fifa after further details arise alleging bribes connected to the..
Financial Times - 10 hours ago 03:33
Brazil wins opening game of World Cup
Fans react to the opening game of the World Cup.
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Women's World Cup Qualifying
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De Gea ignored WC criticism
Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea says he was not affected by criticism he received for his performances in the World Cup this summer.
Sky Sports UK - 2 days ago 00:42
German doctors say Kremlin critic likely poisoned
A Kremlin critic linked to Russian protest punk band Pussy Riot probably was poisoned, his German doctors say. Pyotr Verzilov was flown to Berlin at the weekend after falling ill in Moscow. Lucy..
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Pochettino backs Kane to end goal drought Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is confident that Harry Kane will find the back of the net again soon despite failing to score in his last five matches for club and country. Kane came into the.. SoccerNews.com 4 hours ago
FIFA to upgrade flights, raise prize money for Women's WCup FIFA is making a concession to women's football and will start funding business-class flights for some 2019 World Cup teams' travel to France FOX Sports 6 hours ago Tottenham want Balde According to reports in Italy, Tottenham Hotspur are still interested in signing Keita Balde. The 23 year old forward, who featured for Senegal at the 2018 FIFA World Cup this summer, has been turning.. SoccerNews.com 9 hours ago
Don't think we've had a better chance of winning World Cup: Plunkett Surrey's newest and perhaps biggest signing reflects on his scarred Ashes memories, tryst with injuries, mental fatigue, and his 2019 dream CricBuzz 11 hours ago
Missing ink: Wallabies to cover up tattoos in Japan for World Cup The Wallabies are familiar with cultural sensitivities around tattoos in Japan Brisbane Times 11 hours ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Belgium and World Cup winners France make FIFA rankings history Belgium and World Cup winners France are the first teams to share top spot in the FIFA rankings in the classification’s 25-year history. Roberto Martinez’s side, defeated by Les Bleus in the.. SoccerNews.com 11 hours ago Belgium and France joint-top of world rankings Belgium move to the top of the Fifa world rankings alongside World Cup winners France - the first time two teams have shared the top spot. BBC Sport 12 hours ago
Reluctant bowler Jadhav closing in on India middle-order spot DUBAI (Reuters) - Kedar Jadhav's part-time spin might be his ticket to next year's World Cup in England but the 33-year-old Indian batsman admits he is reluctant to work too hard on improving as a.. SBS 14 hours ago
Ireland to join UK in exploring 2030 World Cup bid Last month, the English Football Association announced plans to conduct a feasibility study along with Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. SBS 15 hours ago
Timms backs matured Cambage at World Cup Liz Cambage can lead Australia to World Cup glory if she doesn't let her opponents' diversionary tactics get to her, says Opals great Michele Timms. SBS 16 hours ago
Tiger defends stars' absence at World Cup in Melbourne Thanksgiving is a major reason why a number of top American golfers aren't heading to Melbourne in November, according to Tiger Woods. Brisbane Times 18 hours ago Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age Five World Cup Questions for West Indies after CPL 2018 The wicketkeeping dilemma, Holder's poor captaincy record and other issues that Windies need to address in the lead up to World Cup 2019 CricBuzz 18 hours ago