• Baylor Lawsuit Alleges Athletes Committed Over 50 Rapes

    Baylor Lawsuit Alleges Athletes Committed Over 50 Rapes

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    An internal investigation a year ago found that the football program operated as if it was "above the rules" and that assistant coaches and staff interfered or stifled investigations into alleged assaults by players. "Baylor University has taken unprecedented actions that have been well-documented in response to the issue of past and alleged sexual assaults involving our campus community", Garland said.
  • Kyrgios at a loss to explain Tomic's Davis Cup absence

    Kyrgios at a loss to explain Tomic's Davis Cup absence

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    After his shock five-set loss to Andreas Seppi, when he blew a two-set lead, Kyrgios admitted he needed a coach and was under-prepared, taking a knee injury into the tournament after playing too much basketball. It's a good environment and makes me happy being with these guys and getting out on the practice court and training because usually when I'm by myself I struggle to find the motivation.
  • Roger Federer given hero's welcome to Switzerland

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    Not many tennis players get the opportunity to take to the court with Roger Federer. Since winning his last Grand Slam, Wimbledon 2012, Federer and his wife Mirka have had a second set of twins, Leo and Lenny. 'I hope to be back next year, of course,' he said. 'Wimbledon over Roland Garros yes, then the US Open. Yet here they were, the first Grand Slam tournament of the season, renewing the classic rivalry that saw them dominate tennis a decade ago.
  • Roger Federer gushing about his wife will melt your heart

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    Addressing the Rod Laver Arena crowd he said, "I hope to see you next year, but if not, then it was a wonderful year here and I couldn't be happier tonight" as reported in Free Press Journal . I'm the last guy to call a medical timeout. Jasika was too strong in his opening match of the Burnie International on Tuesday where he knocked out a American Daniel Nguyen in two sets.
  • Aston Villa fans excited to win race for Hogan

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    Westwood has been a regular feature in the Aston Villa first-team under Steve Bruce this season, missing just four of their 27 Championship fixtures so far this term. The club are allegedly holding out for around the amount they paid Blackburn Rovers for the striker and a deal for the attacker could be funded by the departures of Jordan Ayew and Ross McCormack as Villa are reportedly willing to listen to offers for them.
  • Mercato Napoli, Gazzetta dello Sport:

    Mercato Napoli, Gazzetta dello Sport: "Zerbin resta e El Kaddouri parte"

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    Sembrava ormai fatta per il passaggio alla corte dei toscani, con l'affare che sarebbe andato in porto per circa 1,5 milioni di euro più il 10% sulla futura vendita del calciatore. Forse proprio da El Kaddouri si attende una risposta definitiva riguardo le sue intenzioni, che però al momento sembrano molto pi orientate verso l'addio in estate che non subito.
  • Reece Oxford, Ashley Fletcher set to leave West Ham on loan

    Reece Oxford, Ashley Fletcher set to leave West Ham on loan

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    Oxford has managed just two senior appearances for West Ham in the present campaign, with both of those coming in the Europa League qualifiers back in August. Oxford, who is West Ham United's youngest player of all time, has represented England at numerous youth levels and is already capped in the England U20s age group where he plays alongside the likes of Patrick Roberts and £7.5 million forward Ademola Lookman.
  • Trump's calls for new vetting measures to screen out 'radical Islamic terrorists'

    Trump's calls for new vetting measures to screen out 'radical Islamic terrorists'

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    Trump's executive order, which he signed Friday, prohibits citizens of Iraq and six other Middle Eastern countries from entering the US for 90 days and indefinitely suspends entry for Syrian refugees. The reaction from U.S. president Donald Trump's own Republican party when he first called for a ban on all Muslim travel to the United States , in December of 2015, was swift and harsh.