• Lewis Hamilton WINS Canadian Grand Prix in a Mercedes One-Two - Vettel 4th
Lewis Hamilton WINS Canadian Grand Prix in a Mercedes One-Two - Vettel 4th

Speechless. I know that Ayrton was for many of you your favourite driver, and he was the same for me", a moved Hamilton said. Hamilton led every lap from pole, setting the fastest lap late in the race , finishing ahead of Valtteri Bottas as Mercedes claimed its first 1-2 finish of 2017.

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  • England beat Venezuela for Federation Internationale de Football Association title
England beat Venezuela for Federation Internationale de Football Association title

Ronaldo Lucena's swerving free kick from more than 30 meters out swerved and beat a surprised Woodman, but bounced off the post. Calvert-Lewin saw his header saved by Farinez in the 32nd, but was able to find the back of the net two minutes later.

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  • Gatland praises defence as Lions down Crusaders
Gatland praises defence as Lions down Crusaders

Warburton, who missed the Lions' 12-3 win over the Crusaders , joins a starting 15 which contains only one player - backrower C.J. Stander - who took part in Saturday's match at Christchurch. Stander. Sam Warburton has made just one appearance on the Lions tour of New Zealand , against the Provincial Barbarians in Whangarei. "I can hone...

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  • Will Power wins wild IndyCar race at Texas under caution
Will Power wins wild IndyCar race at Texas under caution

Will Power (12), of Australia, speeds out of his stall after a pit stop past Mikhail Aleshin (7), of Russian Federation, during an IndyCar auto race at Texas Motor Speedway, Saturday, June 10, 2017, in Fort Worth, Texas. That put Hinchcliffe in the middle of three-wide and he made contact with his with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports teammate Mikh...

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  • AB says a major trophy for SA 'feels close'
AB says a major trophy for SA 'feels close'

Sri Lanka are on seventh while Pakistan lie at eighth in the ICC team rankings for ODIs. With the pace bowlers too keeping it tight, they were able to create enormous pressure on the South African batsmen and that led to three run outs, including crucial ones of skipper AB de Villiers and David Miller , to smart fielding.

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  • Arsenal close to wrapping up their second signing of the summer
Arsenal close to wrapping up their second signing of the summer

Russian news website Sports.ru claims they have been told from sources close to CSKA that the Gunners are in the final stages of negotiations for the wide forward. The 21-year-old is a versatile player who can play in a number of positions including in central midfield as well as on the left. Golovin is now with the Russian squad in Moscow as t...

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  • India knock South Africa out of Champions Trophy
India knock South Africa out of Champions Trophy

In an interview to BCCI TV earlier this year in January, Kohli said "Dhoni guided me when I initially started playing worldwide cricket ". South Africa's shackled approach during the first power-play was harangued by pundits, but de Villiers later quelled any ideas suggesting that it was a concerted ploy, instead conceding that India's disci...

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  • Predators magical run ends, eye deals for restricted free agents
Predators magical run ends, eye deals for restricted free agents

The first repeat champions of the salary cap era. This championship season for the Penguins lacked some of the drama from a year ago, but it was far from a slam dunk. Predators had already hurled a number of catfish on the ice throughout the game. Pittsburgh was frequently outshot in the postseason, so their possession numbers weren't good.

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  • Coach backs Morgan in State of Origin series opener
Coach backs Morgan in State of Origin series opener

MAROONS coach Kevin Walters has backed Anthony Milford to rise to the challenge of helping a "transitional" Queensland team rise in what he believes will be a bruising Origin opener tonight. The thought that Napa has wedged himself perfectly into the Maroon's engine room and has built good relationships in the process sits alongside thoughts...

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  • Champions Trophy: Mahmudullah, Shakib tons help Bangladesh sink Kiwis
Champions Trophy: Mahmudullah, Shakib tons help Bangladesh sink Kiwis

But the incredible 200-plus stand between Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudullah helped Bangladesh over the line and gave them a fighting chance at reaching the knockouts. Soon the target was down to double digits, reported the website. This win was only made possible by two star players Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudullah , with both scoring a wonder...

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  • All Blacks trio named for Highlanders
All Blacks trio named for Highlanders

He said there had been "nothing too major" in terms of dialogue between him and the selectors this season, but would go into Tuesday night's match against the Lions at Forsyth Barr Stadium with a big performance in mind. Lions wing Tommy Seymour, who is tasked with marking the electric Naholo, is expecting the favourable conditions under the roof t...

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  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic set to join LA Galaxy following Manchester United release
Zlatan Ibrahimovic set to join LA Galaxy following Manchester United release

The Swede was on a one-year contract at Old Trafford with the option of a second season, but his injury means it's unlikely Zlatan will play football again until early 2018. The 35-year-old's agent, Mino Raiola , claimed last month Ibrahimovic was keen to extend his stay at United but the club have chose to move on and have identified Real Mad...

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  • Soft dismissals cost us the match, says de Villiers
Soft dismissals cost us the match, says de Villiers

India played the game with more intensity, it took more risks and stuck to its method and game formula far better than the South Africa team", he explained. "There's always going be questions until we do get it right", he said. "As I said, you have to point out things that didn't go well, but at the same time, you don't want to be nagging them...

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo explains his post-Champions League final haircut
Cristiano Ronaldo explains his post-Champions League final haircut

He finally won the Champions League as a Madrid player in 2002, scoring an unbelievable volley in the final against Bayer Leverkusen in Glasgow, Scotland. With victory over Juventus in the Champions League final on Saturday, Real Madrid won its record 12th title, and third in four years, to firmly establish itself as the dominant forc...

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  • All-Star promise: Subban says Preds will win Game 3 vs. Pens
All-Star promise: Subban says Preds will win Game 3 vs. Pens

On his fight with Malkin, Subban said he took offence to a comment Malkin made in Russian and chose to drop the gloves. Tossing a catfish on the ice at home games in Nashville became a thing back in 2003, according to The Tennessean. The goalie who had been so dominant in the playoffs has now given up eight goals on 36 shots and has a.777 save pe...

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  • Nebraska soccer association apologizes to girl
Nebraska soccer association apologizes to girl

A Nebraska family said they are outraged after their 8-year-old daughter and her soccer team were booted from a tournament. Mili, who is biologically female and identifies as female, has been playing soccer competitively since she was permitted to join the 11-year-old roster.

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  • Cavaliers, Warriors will get physical as NBA Finals tension boils
Cavaliers, Warriors will get physical as NBA Finals tension boils

Durant said he can accept when Cleveland hits a contested 3, but not those when nobody closes out so shooters have ample time and long, open looks. The game's over/under will be 231 points for the complete game. But as we saw in Game 4 , Cleveland's roster is just as loaded with talent and can compete with anybody.

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  • Watch the best plays from LeBron James' 9 NBA Finals triple-doubles
Watch the best plays from LeBron James' 9 NBA Finals triple-doubles

I'm pretty sure Draymond won't get suspended for Game 5. The late third-quarter play in which Warriors center Zaza Pachulia - while lying on his back during a scrum for a loose ball - swung at the inner leg of the Cavs' Iman Shumpert was the most in question.

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  • Girls youth soccer team cuts hair to honor disqualified teammate
Girls youth soccer team cuts hair to honor disqualified teammate

The Springfield club told WOWT that a misprint in the team's roster identified Mili as a boy. Eight-year-old Mili Hernandez has short hair, which her family told WOWT was the source of the decision. The state association said it did not oversee the Springfield tournament, but that it will work directly with clubs and tournament officials to ensur...

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  • French see no one to counter Macron, set to sweep parliament
French see no one to counter Macron, set to sweep parliament

The elections also mark another low point for former rulers the Socialist party. The far-left candidate won 19 percent of the vote in the first round of the presidential election and will see his party take between 8 and 18 seats, Ipsos said.

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