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(Reuters) - A Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman pursuing a doctorate in mathematics announced his retirement from football on Thursday, and team officials reportedly said a new study linking NFL players to brain disease was a factor in his decision.

(Reuters) - A second half goal from Tameka Butt fired Australia's women's team to a 1-0 win over the United States in a friendly in Seattle on Thursday, their first ever victory over the world champions.

Bradley returns to MLS to coach Los Angeles FC
Fri, 28 Jul 2017 01:19:20 -0400
(Reuters) - Former United States coach Bob Bradley has been named the inaugural manager of the Los Angeles Football Club, the Major League Soccer expansion team that will start playing next year.

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - American Caeleb Dressel led a series of electric times at the Duna Arena as the world's top sprinters described Friday morning's world championship heats as "crazy".

(Reuters) - Twelve-times grand slam champion Novak Djokovic's enforced injury break gives him enough time to rediscover his intense playing style and will also make him mentally tougher on his return, former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash has said.

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Australian Daniel Ricciardo reminded Formula One's title contenders that he and Red Bull remain a force to reckon with after posting the fastest time in opening Hungarian Grand Prix practice on Friday.

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopian steeplechaser Chala Bayo has been banned for two years after he attacked and punched his coach on learning that he was not selected in the squad for next month's world championships.

(Reuters) - Jhonattan Vegas responded admirably from a double-bogey early in his back nine to get his Canadian Open title defense off to a strong start on Thursday but British Open runnerup Matt Kuchar had to battle through dizzy spells in his opening round.

(Reuters) - LA Galaxy have signed Mexico midfielder Jonathan dos Santos from Spain's Villarreal in a bid to turn around their season, the Major League Soccer club said on Thursday.

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Porsche announced on Friday it was leaving the top category of Le Mans sportscar racing at the end of the season to join German automotive rivals in the Formula E electric championship in 2019.

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