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Lewis Hamilton cast doubt on his Mercedes team's Chinese Grand Prix chances today, after Sebastian Vettel led a Ferrari front-row lockout in qualifying yesterday with his team-mate Kimi Raikkonen in second. Wolff said Mercedes would also have to investigate why Ferrari was so strong on a track Mercedes is usually dominant at, given the gap has grown since Bahrain.
  • OU officials confirm President David Boren suffers minor stroke

    OU officials confirm President David Boren suffers minor stroke

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    Boren's conditions is not immediately known, but athletic director Joe Castiglione said Boren was moved as a "precautionary" measure. President and Mrs. BC-FBC-T25-Oklahoma-Boren, 247Oklahoma president Boren leaves Stoops ceremony on stretcherAP Photo OKSO102, OKSO101, OKSO103Eds: APNewsNow. "That's when I thought to myself, 'we need to adjust here.' But he was looking at me like 'I'm good, keep going'".
  • Boston Red Sox vs. Baltimore Orioles

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    The Red Sox defeated the Orioles 7-3 on Friday night. "I just heard it for the first time", Cora said after Boston beat the Baltimore Orioles 10-3 on Saturday to get to 12-2. Ramirez was back in the lineup after missing Friday's game with a bruised right wrist from getting hit by a pitch a night earlier. The 'Sox line-up ranks third-best in the majors with 69 runs and their pitching staff ranks third in the AL with a stout 3.08 ERA.
  • The Magic Is Back, Yankees Red Sox Fight Fuels Rivalry

    The Magic Is Back, Yankees Red Sox Fight Fuels Rivalry

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    It was careless at best, bush league at worst, and no one was surprised when Holt took exception and the dugouts emptied. Jose Martinez drove in six runs and belted one of the Cardinals' four home runs in a 13-4 thrashing of the Reds. Hanley Ramirez had to leave the game after getting hit on the wrist by a Gary pitch. Jose Ramirez smacked a two-run shot and Trevor Bauer struck out seven while limiting Detroit to two runs over seven innings.
  • Saina pips Sindhu to clinch gold; Kidambi Srikanth settles for silver

    Saina pips Sindhu to clinch gold; Kidambi Srikanth settles for silver

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    For the full house, mostly packed with the diaspora, it was a brilliant Sunday outing as the top two women of Indian badminton slugged it out, displaying an array of strokes. A telling image of the opening game was when Sindhu was brought to her knees trying to return a smash that didn't really have any power in it but was just placed perfectly on the left corner.
  • For Warriors, no more excuses as playoffs open

    For Warriors, no more excuses as playoffs open

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    The loss was the ninth in a row on the road for the Spurs , who never led against the Warriors and trailed by as many as 28 points in the fourth quarter. San Antonio has enough weapons to keep games close , but the Warriors' stellar outside shooting and the defensive and rebounding presence of Draymond Green should do enough to prevent the Spurs from winning more than a game.
  • Wolves fans react to their promotion to the Premier League

    Wolves fans react to their promotion to the Premier League

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    The win moved Wolves on to 92 points from 42 games, 11 clear of Fulham . An unbeaten run throughout November and December, along with the standout form of shock pre-season signing Ruben Neves, made for a smooth path back into the Premier League for the first time since 2011-12.
  • Neymar says will be back in a month after foot injury

    Neymar says will be back in a month after foot injury

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    Brazil's first group match is against Switzerland on June 17. Now he's 26 years old and has eight or nine years at the top level left in his legs. PSG have won their last five meetings with Leonardo Jardim's side too, including a 3-0 victory in the recent League Cup final, when Kylian Mbappe ran his old club ragged.
  • DeChambeau goes low to secure PGA Heritage lead

    DeChambeau goes low to secure PGA Heritage lead

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    He made a 52-foot putt on the par-3 14th and put his approach on No. 18 - the Pete Dye course's signature hole with the lighthouse in the backdrop - to about 7 feet to set up another birdie. Standing on the par-3 14th tee, Kraft's fifth hole of his second round, the 2011 U.S. Amateur victor was even par through four and even par for the tournament, which is where the cut line would end up by day's end.
  • Albion lose in Selhurst Park thriller

    Albion lose in Selhurst Park thriller

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    It was Zaha's first-ever Premier League double. Salah then took centre stage yet again, finishing Trent Alexander-Arnold's pinpoint pass with a superb looping header to score his 40th of the season in all competitions. "For once, it was nice to come in with Chris Hughton feeling that maybe his side were a little bit unlucky in that second half not to get the equalising goal".
  • Snapshot of Commonwealth Games day 10

    Snapshot of Commonwealth Games day 10

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    Despite a height advantage, O'Hara failed to make her longer reach count as Mary Kom came in close and kept connecting with her right hooks. "A combination of factors, such as the hard work of the boxers, a good programme, very good exposure trips and the federation's support contributed in the good show".
  • White out diverts Winnipeg Jets flight to Minneapolis

    White out diverts Winnipeg Jets flight to Minneapolis

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    They either figure out how to even this series or go home and wait another year for their next chance. "It was a bad turnover", said Boudreau. "I felt good tonight and we'll try and continue that going home". "We've got a lot of pride in that room". After struggling in Game 1, Soucy answered every question thrown at him on Thursday, owning his mistakes and vowing to be better in Game 2 .
  • Premier League updates from Turf Moor

    Premier League updates from Turf Moor

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    Dyche's remarkable success has been built on a small, tight squad and meticulous preparation, things that would be severely tested by the Europa League. They've got nothing to lose and they played like that. "It's hard to accept but, I repeat, Burnley deserve it". It's also just the first time Leicester shipped two goals within the first 10 minutes of a Premier League game since August 2003 v Aston Villa.
  • Barcelona move closer to La Liga title, Sevilla draw thriller

    Barcelona move closer to La Liga title, Sevilla draw thriller

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    The London club said an "unprecedented response" from fans to an appeal for information regarding the alleged incidents had led them to take their case to UEFA, European football's governing body. A former teammate of Lionel Messi at Barcelona , Alexander Hleb has described Cristiano Ronaldo as a better player than Messi at providing leadership for his team at critical moments.
  • Kane 'disappointed' over goal appeal fuss - Pochettino

    Kane 'disappointed' over goal appeal fuss - Pochettino

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    The striker insisted that he got a slight touch off his shoulder and his testimony eventually swung the decision his way. The England striker was adamant he had to get the credit for the strike and managed to get the Premier League's goal accreditation appeals panel to award it in his favour.
  • Is Kawhi Leonard on the Move?

    Is Kawhi Leonard on the Move?

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    The Warriors are 17-14 without Curry this season, compared to 41-10 when he's in the lineup. They will still have their three other All-Stars around, though, as Kevin Durant , Draymond Green , and Klay Thompson will be tasked with leading the team in the playoffs until Curry can return.
  • Liverpool vs Bournemouth, Premier League

    Liverpool vs Bournemouth, Premier League

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    Pre-match tributes were held on the eve of the 29th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster, before Liverpool began on the front foot and Salah toed Trent Alexander-Arnold's pass from deep just wide of the right-hand post. There have been 19 goals scored in the five previous Premier League meetings between these sides, at an average of 3.8 per game. In doing so Salah became only the third Liverpool player to score 40 goals in all competitions in a single season - joining Ian Rush, ...
  • Algeria regrets US-led Western airstrikes on Syria

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    Following US, French and British air strikes on three Syrian targets on Saturday, a lot of pictures and videos are being shared on social media allegedly showing the attacks. The US has not seen any military response from actors in Syria after the airstrike, no indication that Russian defense systems were employed during the strike, Pentagon's spokesperson said.
  • Newcastle United v Arsenal Preview

    Newcastle United v Arsenal Preview

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    You can't stop speculation about players but I was talking with him for a while last week, the focus is just trying to improve his game . Arsenal have made it through to the Europa League semi-finals but must now take care of domestic matters against Newcastle .
  • Kyle Larson sets pace during Saturday's first Cup practice in Bristol

    Kyle Larson sets pace during Saturday's first Cup practice in Bristol

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    That short-track knowledge came in handy Friday during qualifying for Sunday's Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Food City 500. In addition to the General Tire 200 at Talladega Superspeedway later this month, the IMSA Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge veteran will compete in a minimum of five other ARCA races at: Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway, Pocono (Pa.) Raceway (June), Michigan International Speedway, Chicagoland Speedway and Iowa Speedway respectively.
  • Chelsea complain to Uefa over 'brutality' in Barcelona

    Chelsea complain to Uefa over 'brutality' in Barcelona

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    The coach said he and his players were still down after their shock elimination from Europe's elite competition. Valverde in a pre-match conference said, : "The defeat against Roma was a disappointment, but we still have many things to win".
  • Ravens' RG III a 'smarter player' after year off

    Ravens' RG III a 'smarter player' after year off

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    Conventional wisdom says long periods away don't enhance athletes' careers, but Griffin has set out to to disprove the adage next season. "You have to make sure you keep pushing through, keep doing what you know is going to help you get where you want to be".