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Runner Collapses, Dies after Brooklyn Half-Marathon

Runner Collapses, Dies after Brooklyn Half-Marathon

A 30-year-old man crossing the finish line at the Brooklyn Half Marathon collapsed and died Saturday morning, officials in New York said. The runner was transported to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead, fire department spokesperson Frank Dwyer said. It was unclear what caused the

Djokovic and Nadal Bid to Derail Alcaraz Hype at French Open

Djokovic and Nadal Bid to Derail Alcaraz Hype at French Open

Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, with 41 Grand Slam titles between them, will attempt to derail the growing hype surrounding teenage sensation Carlos Alcaraz at the French Open from Sunday. All three have been placed in the top-half of the draw, meaning only one will make the Roland Garros final,

Osaka Returns to French Open with Questions over Form, Fitness

Osaka Returns to French Open with Questions over Form, Fitness

Naomi Osaka returns to Roland Garros looking to banish the memories of her withdrawal 12 months ago, but hampered by concerns over her clay-court form and fitness. The former world number one pulled out of last year's French Open ahead of the second round, citing mental health issues, AFP said.

 Mourinho Says He and Ancelotti Still Have a Lot More to Give

Mourinho Says He and Ancelotti Still Have a Lot More to Give

José Mourinho sees no reason to stop now after reaching another European final while approaching his 60th birthday. The 59-year-old Mourinho was asked Wednesday if critics had been too quick to write him and 62-year-old Carlo Ancelotti off too quickly. Mourinho’s Roma will meet Feyenoord in th

Medvedev Says he's No French Open Favorite

Medvedev Says he's No French Open Favorite

World number two Daniil Medvedev on Tuesday ruled himself out as a title contender at next week's French Open after losing his first match back after a hernia operation. The US Open champion, who underwent surgery last month, was beaten 6-2, 7-6 (7/5) by French veteran Richard Gasquet in the Gene

Man City Ready to ‘Give Our Lives’ to Retain Title, Says Guardiola

Man City Ready to ‘Give Our Lives’ to Retain Title, Says Guardiola

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said they are ready to "give their lives" in the final match of the season to retain the Premier League title in front of their supporters. City were held to a 2-2 draw at West Ham United in their penultimate game on Sunday, taking them four points clear of L

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