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Brittany Lincicome has always wanted to know how her game would stack up on the PGA Tour and she will finally get her chance at this week's Barbasol Championship in Kentucky.

More than half of the 156-man field have a realistic chance of winning the British Open, Rory McIlroy said on Wednesday as players prepared for probably the firmest major championship conditions in a generation.

At least one NFL player says he will continue to protest this season during the playing of the national anthem and will pay any fines he incurs as a result.

Seven new events have been added to the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics program, which paves the way for the highest representation of female athletes at the event, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said on Wednesday.

Geraint Thomas claimed the stage win and the race leader's yellow jersey on the Tour de France on Wednesday, with a powerful ride up the final climb of a grueling 108km run from Albertville to La Rosière.

Mark Cavendish’s hopes of winning a Tour de France stage this year vanished for good on Wednesday when the Briton was disqualified from the race after failing to make the time cut on the 11th stage.

Revis retires after 11 seasons in NFL
Wed, 18 Jul 2018 15:24:42 -0400
Once the most dominant cornerback in football, Darrelle Revis, is calling it quits.

The Dallas Cowboys have been ranked the world's most valuable sports team for a third consecutive year, an annual list published by Forbes showed on Wednesday, with the National Football League accounting for more than half of the top 50.

Dwyane Wade still has not decided if he will continue his NBA career, but he's working hard to make sure his post-NBA career is set.

Geraint Thomas is in the perfect position to win a maiden grand tour title after claiming victory on Wednesday's first mountain stage of the Tour de France, but the Briton says compatriot Chris Froome remains the Team Sky leader.

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