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Cycle to Work Day: 'It's faster than getting the bus'

Cycling to work can cut the risk of both cancer and heart disease, according to researchers from Glasgow University. The scientists also found that cycling to work took very little willpower, once it became part of a daily routine. So, on Cycle to Work Day, regular cyclists talk about why ...

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Highlights: Glamorgan make light work of Leicestershire

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Glamorgan’s bowlers make light work of Leicestershire during their comprehensive nine-wicket victory in the T20 Blast quarter-final at Cardiff. BBC Sport – Cricket

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WR Boldin retires, to focus on advocacy work

9:40 PM ET Jim TrotterNFL Close Former senior NFL writer at Sports Illustrated Covered Chargers, NFL for The San Diego Union-Tribune Member of Pro Football Hall of Fame Board of Selectors since 2006 Football has always been a priority for Anquan Boldin. But after 14 seasons, more than 200 games ...

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Klopp insists Liverpool still have work to do

Jurgen Klopp insists Liverpool’s job is only half done after their 2-1 win away at Hoffenheim in the Champions League play-off round. Trent Alexander-Arnold’s fine free-kick and Havard Nordtveit’s own goal appeared to have put the Reds on the brink of qualification, but a late Mark Uth strike brought Hoffenheim back ...

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McCutchen: Pirates will “work with what we got”

PITTSBURGH (AP) Andrew McCutchen has watched the slow but steady exodus from the Pittsburgh Pirates clubhouse over the last two years as the pieces that helped the team to three straight playoff appearances moved on. From Neil Walker to Russell Martin to Francisco Liriano to Mark Melancon to A.J. Burnett, ...

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For U.S. Women’s Soccer Team, Some Space to Work Out the Kinks

SEATTLE — If fans of the United States women’s national soccer team have grown accustomed to anything over the years, it is winning. The team wins often. Sometimes it wins narrowly, other times more comfortably. But the general theme over the team’s history is that it wins. A lot. So ...

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Kuchar back to work in Canadian Open

This is one time Matt Kuchar could probably use a week off to digest how close he came to winning his first major. The consolation is Jordan Spieth won the British Open far more than Kuchar lost it. Kuchar had a one-shot lead going to the 14th tee, played the ...

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Hard Work in South Korea Pays Off for Jonquel Jones and W.N.B.A’s Sun

Connecticut Sun Coach Curt Miller was apprehensive when forward Jonquel Jones, then a rookie, told him last year that she would be playing in South Korea during the W.N.B.A. off-season. In almost two decades of existence, the six-team Women’s Korean Basketball League has developed a reputation as a player-friendly destination, ...

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