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Daily Archives: 9th June 2018

ERC aces facing ultimate test on Cyprus Rally

Barely a week after Bruno Magalhães moved back into FIA European Rally Championship title contention with victory on the EKO Acropolis Rally, the all-action ERC is Cyprus-bound from 15-17 June when Larnaca hosts the award-winning event for the first time. *Demanding event presents a big challenge for European championship regulars*Positive Lukyanuk aims to keep Magalhãe… News feed

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What The Finals revealed about LeBron's free-agency decision

CLEVELAND – Just moments after losing his third Finals in four years to the Golden State Warriors, and watching his overall Finals record fall to 3-6, LeBron James was answering questions about his future. All season, his impending free agency has hovered over the Cavs – not that they didn’t have enough drama to deal with, starting with the trading ...

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5 days to go: Salenko’s goalscoring exploits

The 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ is drawing ever nearer – with just 5 days to go! Between now and the start of the World Cup, we will take a closer look at a different statistic from the history of the tournament each day. 5 – Russia striker Oleg Salenko’s five goals against Cameroon is a record that still stands today. Overall, ...

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Nationals to place Strasburg on DL after MRI reveals inflammation

There’s good news and bad news concerning the health status of Washington Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg. The good news is an MRI revealed Saturday that the oft-injured 29-year-old has no structural damage in his right shoulder, according to <a href="… MLB | theScore

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BREAKING: Strasburg (shoulder) headed to DL

Stephen Strasburg has inflammation in his right shoulder, an MRI taken on Saturday revealed. Nationals manager Dave Martinez did not offer a timetable for his return, but said the ace right-hander will go on the disabled list. Strasburg exited the Nats’ <a href="… MLB News Index

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