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  • Another Postseason Stumble for Clayton Kershaw

    The title “Best Pitcher on the Planet” no longer belongs to the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw, who gave up five runs in three innings to the Milwaukee Brewers in Game 1 of the National League Championship Series.

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  • Pressure Ramps Up on Ronaldo Amid Rape Investigation

    Soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo’s problems have deepened in the days since the revelation of rape allegations against him in Las Vegas, with his biggest sponsor, Nike, signaling its concern on Thursday.

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  • Woman Accuses Soccer Star Cristiano Ronaldo of Rape in 2009

    Soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo, one of the greatest players in soccer history, was accused of raping a woman in Las Vegas in 2009 and then paying her $375,000 to keep it secret, according to a civil complaint filed in Nevada.

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  • Kenyan Sets World Record at Berlin Marathon

    Eliud Kipchoge shattered the world record in the Berlin Marathon by more than a full minute, running 2:01:39 to establish the Kenyan athlete as one of the best distance runners in history.

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  • The Breeders’ Cup Will Return to Santa Anita, Keeneland, Del Mar

    The Breeders’ Cup announced Friday that it will return to some of the sport’s most popular venues over the next three years. The races will take place at Santa Anita Park near Los Angeles in 2019, Keeneland in Lexington, Ky., in 2020, and Del Mar near San Diego in 2021.

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  • A Scrabble Champion’s Spellbinding Comeback

    Nigel Richards, one of the most accomplished Scrabble players ever, was on his way to winning his sixth North American championship. Then Joel Sherman played STRINGS.

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