Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Controversial sprinter Justin Gatlin fired a World Championships warning shot Sunday, winning the 200 meter title at the U.S. athletics championships in a blistering 19.57 seconds.
Monday, June 29, 2015
Justin Gatlin stayed on course for a sprint double World Championships challenge on Saturday, while Allyson Felix has a choice to make after a storming 400 meters triumph at the U.S. athletics championships.
A year ago Vincenzo Nibali was very much the third man but the defending champion will begin the Tour de France this year with a far greater reputation.
Pop diva Lady Gaga's rendition of "Imagine" at the European Games opening ceremony lit the touchpaper that put human rights issues on the backburner and ushered in a dream two weeks for both controversial hosts Azerbaijan and Pat Hickey, president of the European Olympic Committees.
Saturday, June 27, 2015
Galen Rupp capped a month of turmoil with a seventh straight U.S. national title in the 10,000m on Thursday, punching his athletics World Championships ticket amid doping accusations.
The one-time easy beats of South Asian cricket have just turned a corner, with an impressive series win at home against continental powerhouse India. South Africa, watch out!
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Taiwan will attend the Summer Universiade next month in Gwangju, South Korea, despite the spread of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) there, the Sports Administration said Tuesday.
Monday, June 22, 2015
Canadian speedskater Cindy Klassen retired Saturday after a career in which she won six Olympic medals.
England captain Eoin Morgan said his side were beginning to see the fruits of their one-day labors after sealing a dramatic 3-2 series win over New Zealand on Saturday.
Olympic superstar Michael Phelps, who admitted this week he's fed up with losing in a comeback aimed at the 2016 Olympics, won the 200m butterfly on Saturday at the Santa Clara Pro Swim.