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Japan has a mine of old electronics and the country may have some use for them. The country is considering creating Olympic medals from the used electronics.

College Football Recruiting: Updated 2017 rankings

The 2016 college football season gets started this weekend in Australia with Cal taking on Hawaii and while its not a blockbuster affair, it gives fans a small taste of whats ahead.

Pacquiao finds time to train early for the Nov. 5 Vargas fight

Despite his busy schedules in the ongoing sessions of the Philippine senate where he is serving as a neophyte senator, Manny Pacquiao finds time to train for his next fight against WBO welterweight champion Jessie Vargas on Nov. 5 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

NHL Trade Rumors: David Krejci to Vancouver Canucks?

Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning has expressed an interest in acquiring more scoring power before the start of the 2016-17 NHL season and with the free agent market getting thin, speculation of a possible trade is buzzing on social media.

NBA News and Rumors: Greg Monroe to Golden State Warriors?

After finishing the 2015-16 NBA regular season with the most wins in the history of the league, most experts predicted the Golden State Warriors to finish the year off in style, but after losing to Cleveland in the finals, the team is making changes.

Ryan Lochte dropped by Speedo USA sponsorship

Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte has lost his sponsorship deal with Speedo USA amid scandal at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

Greece wins six Olympic medals in Rio de Janeiro, three are gold

The 2016 Olympic Games at Rio de Janeiro have come to a close, and Greek athletes have earned three medals for their motherland, Greece.

Welterweight Errol Spence ready for first world title fight

Unbeaten boxer Errol Spence has just completed his transformation from being a prospect to contender in the 147 pound welterweight limit following his stellar performance against Leonard Bundu over the weekend at Ford Amphitheater in New York City.

The Olympics are over for Brazil — was it worth it?

The Olympics ended with Brazil having shown twice in two years that it is capable of hosting the world's biggest sporting events. But was the effort worth the trouble?

Olympian David Boudia wins two diving medals, silver and bronze

American diver David Boudia, who was the 2012 Olympic gold medalist in diving, won two medals at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

NHL News and Rumors: Jiri Hudler to Montreal Canadiens?

This time of year is usually slow for hockey clubs as most of the big name talent has already signed and teams, along with players get ready for the start of training camp, but that doesn't mean front offices are done making roster moves.

2016 MLB Power Rankings: Blue Jays making another late season run

The Chicago Cubs are clearly the best team in baseball and it shows in just about every MLB statistic, but with their past history, it doesn't mean this franchise is a lock to win a World Series title in 2016.

2016 NFL Power Rankings: Updated week three preseason standings

For the most part, NFL preseason games mean little to the fans and coaches, but it does give viewers a look at what could be, and an early glimpse of the stars that will drive the league for the next decade.

2016 NFL Schedule: Preseason week 3

The NFL preseason isn't glamorous, in fact, most people dislike watching players that will never have a shot at a roster playing half the contest, but this week has a different feel as most coaches will play their starters into the third quarter.

Rio Olympics set for spectacular close

The Rio Olympics closing ceremony got underway on Sunday after Eliud Kipchoge's dominant marathon victory highlighted the final day of competition.

Rio police seize passports in raid on Irish Olympics office

Brazilian police seized passports from three Irish Olympic officials accused of involvement in black market ticket ring in Rio.The early morning raid at the Irish office in the Olympic Village also netted phones and computers, Irish officials said.

Phenomenal Kipchoge golden as sun sets on Rio Olympics

Kenya's phenomenal Eliud Kipchoge stormed to a runaway marathon win and the USA basketball stars celebrated gold as a police raid clouded the final day of the Rio Olympics on Sunday.

Review: Extreme Midget Wrestling at Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall in NY Special

On August 20, "Extreme Midget Wrestling" took place at Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall in Wantagh on Long Island, for a good turnout.

Kell Brook could be competitive against Golovkin at 160 pounds

IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook has been tagged as the underdog in his upcoming fight against unbeaten unified middleweight titlist Gennady Golovkin but halfway to his training he believes he would be fiercer as he moves up to the 160 pounds limit.

Neymar sends Brazil into raptures as Mighty Mo seals distance double

Neymar sent Brazil into ecstasy as he clinched Olympic men's football gold for his country and Mo Farah sealed a rare distance double-double in a pulsating final evening of track action in Rio on Saturday.

Swimmer Lochte takes 'full responsibility' for Rio scandal

Star American swimmer Ryan Lochte said Saturday he took "full responsibility" for vandalizing a gas station bathroom and then telling police an "overexaggerated" story about it during the Rio Olympics.

Neymar's nerves of steel hand Brazil first football gold

Brazil superstar Neymar struck the winning penalty as the hosts claimed a first ever Olympic football gold medal before announcing his intention to step down as captain of the national team.

Neymar, Farah in spotlight at 'iconic' Rio Games

Football superstar Neymar and running distance king Mo Farah take centre stage Saturday on the penultimate day of the Rio Games described as "iconic" by Olympic chief Thomas Bach.

Thirty golds up for grabs on Rio's super-charged Saturday

Thirty golds are up for grabs on Saturday, the penultimate day of the Rio Games, with Brazil looking to crown their party with a first Olympic football gold.

Bolt 'the greatest' bows out with nine golds after relay win

Usain Bolt bid farewell to the Olympics by powering to a record third straight sweep of the sprint medals and a final chance to declare himself "the greatest.

Olympian Katerina Stefanidi: Greece's golden girl in pole vault

Katerina Stefanidi has a major reason to celebrate. She is the new queen of pole vault, winning the gold medal at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

Bugging device found in All Blacks hotel before Wallabies Test

Australian police Saturday said they were examining a listening device found in the All Blacks' Sydney hotel ahead of their clash against the Wallabies, as Australian rugby reportedly rejected as "ludicrous" the idea they had bugged the New Zealanders....

Juan Manuel Marquez mulls ring return after failed Cotto fight

After a lengthy negotiations with former WBC middleweight champion Miguel Cotto, Mexican boxing star Juan Manuel Marquez is still contemplating fighting again to put a cap on his long-running boxing career.

European Olympic chief Hickey in custody in Rio

A Brazilian judge has ordered European Olympic chief Patrick Hickey to be kept in prison while a black market Rio Games tickets ring is investigated, authorities said Friday.

Robots, drones to help secure 2018 Winter Olympics in S. Korea

Organizers will deploy robots and drones to help secure the 2018 Games in South Korea in what is expected to be the most high-tech Winter Olympics in history.

Video undermines US Olympic swimmers' 'mugging' story

Allegations that star US swimmer Ryan Lochte invented a story about him and three team mates being mugged at gunpoint in Rio strengthened Thursday with video footage showing them in a gas station altercation.

US swimmers fought with security guard: reports

Reports emerged Thursday that the US Olympic swimmers claiming to have been mugged in Rio in fact got into a fight with an armed gas station security guard.

Op-Ed: Floyd Mayweather gauging public pulse on possible comeback fight

Unbeaten boxing champ Floyd Mayweather isn't just known for his skill and talent in the sport but he is also noted for being a marketing wizard more specifically in promoting sports events in general and boxing fights in particular.

Arrests of IOC official, swimmers overshadow Rio Games

Brazilian police arrested two US swimmers and a top International Olympic Committee official as scandal overshadowed the Rio Games.

2016 SEC Football Preview: 'Bama not a lock for conference champs

The SEC has dominated the college football landscape for the last decade and it appears the conference is set for another banner season, but it won't be just Alabama battling for a spot in the NCAA Football Playoffs in 2016.

NHL Rumors: Brandon Pirri the answer for Canucks scoring woes?

The clock is now ticking on the Vancouver Canucks as the search for help on the front line hasn't proceeded as planned. General manager Jim Benning did sign free agent Loui Eriksson, but this squad needs more offensive depth to compete in the west.

Europe Olympics chief Hickey 'temporarily' stands down from roles

Patrick Hickey, the head of the Olympic Council of Ireland, temporarily stood down from all Olympic roles after his arrest over illegal ticket sales, the OCI said Wednesday.

Vacant Rio seats down to no-shows, say Olympics organisers

Rio 2016 organisers insisted on Wednesday they have not been fabricating ticket sales numbers, blaming empty seats on people with tickets simply not turning up.

Op-Ed: Why Nietes' Flyweight debut crucial in quest for lucrative fight

Longest reigning Filipino world champion Donnie Nietes has just relinquished his Junior Flyweight title to move up to full 112 pounds Flyweight limit as he prepares for his crucial fight against ex-world champion Edgar Sosa of Mexico on Sept. 24.

Rio organisers vow to 'dialogue' with booing fans

Rio 2016 organisers vowed on Wednesday to teach Brazilian fans about Olympic etiquette following the booing scandal that left pole vault world record holder Renaud Lavillenie of France in tears.

Brazilian judge orders seizing of Ryan Lochte passport

A Brazilian judge on Wednesday ordered that US Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte and teammate James Feigen be prevented from leaving the country after doubts emerged over their claim to have been mugged at gunpoint.
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