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  1. Charlotte Hornets big man Bismack Biyombo spends every offseason back home in his native country of Congo to see family, run camps and work with the government to rid the African nation ...

  2. Examining Antonio Brown's Legal Options Against NFL Over Helmet Dispute

    Sports Illustrated via Yahoo SportsAug 11 23:47 PM

    If Antonio Brown’s NFL grievance fails, could his insistence on wearing a particular helmet become a legal dispute? Yes, but the Oakland Raiders wide receiver would face better odds catching ...

  3. Saudi rights no concern for Anthony Joshua's fight promoter

    Associated Press via Yahoo SportsAug 12 21:44 PM

    The human rights organization Amnesty International contends Joshua will be part of "sportswashing" — the Saudi government being given a chance to cleanse its image — with the heavyweight ...

  4. Peru party: closing ceremony caps Lima Pan American Games

    The Associated Press via Yahoo SportsAug 12 2:22 AM

    Dancers in colorful costumes took the capacity crowd of 50,000 at Lima's National Stadium - and millions following across the world - on a trip along Peru's coast, over its mountains and deep ...

  5. Thai weightlifter Sarat Sumpradit eats up to 10 egg whites for breakfast, works out four hours a day, and is banned from his smartphone at night as his training shifts into high gear for the ...

  6. Dotel and Castillo were arrested in a large government operation against drug trafficking and money laundering, according to the Dominican Republic's attorney general Jean Alain Rodriguez ...

  7. “I would teach wrestling lessons and honestly, my wife got on government assistance when we were first starting out to get our baby his milk and his food and for us to eat for a little ...

  8. Michigan State agrees to protect patients in deal with feds

    Associated Press via Yahoo SportsAug 12 21:53 PM

    Michigan State University has agreed to better protect patients from sexual assaults, including following a chaperone requirement for sensitive medical exams, to resolve a federal civil-rights ...

  9. Could America's wokest sport really be ... fencing?

    The Guardian via Yahoo SportsAug 13 15:22 PM

    If you think fencing, you may think of a sport practiced by the upper classes everywhere from elite universities to the denouement of Hamlet. Or you may picture Inigo Montoya in The Princess ...

  10. Zimbabwe commission asks FIFA to fire soccer bosses

    The Associated Press via Yahoo SportsAug 17 11:01 AM

    Zimbabwe's government-run sports commission said it has asked FIFA to remove officials in charge of the country's soccer federation from office and appoint a temporary committee. The ...

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