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Abby Wambach, Unconcerned With Broken Records or Nose, Craves World Cup Title

Before her fourth World Cup with the United States, Wambach, 34, chose to leave her N.W.S.L. team, train often on her own and round into form like a boxer for one final bout.

Mexico Doesn’t Know What Makes a Decent Cup of Coffee

Even though Mexico is one of the most important producers of coffee in the world, it's still hard to find a good cup of joe here. But that is beginning to change, thanks to a handful of people who are educating coffee-drinkers and making high-quality coffee.

Conditions Are Not Improving for Qatar's Desperate World Cup Workers

19 hours agoNews : Vice News

Amnesty International says despite promises made by Qatar, nothing has changed for the country's migrant workers who experience slave-like conditions in the world's wealthiest country.

USA Shooting Team Just Misses Finals Berth On Day 1 of World Cup USA

19 hours agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

FORT BENNING, GEORGIA (May 13, 2015) – The first day of official competition at the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) Rifle/Pistol World Cup in Fort Benning opened today with medals awarded in the Men’s Air Rifle and Women’s Sport Pistol disciplines. Show More Summary

The final straw: The real reason why Palestine wants Israel out of FIFA

In March, Palestine was supposed to compete in the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup in Doha but was unable to because Israel would not allow the team to leave the Gaza Strip. Even though beach soccer is nowhere near as important or popular as association football, barring an entire team from participating in a tournament was the final straw for the Palestinian Football Association.

Healy optimistic after neck surgery

Ireland prop Cian Healy is confident he will be fit for the Rugby World Cup after his neck surgery was deemed a success.

'Russia & Qatar World Cups wrong'

The first openly gay NBA player says football's World Cup should not be in Russia or Qatar because of their laws on homosexuality.

Visa, Adidas Pressure Qatar on World Cup Labor Abuses as Amnesty Releases Critical Report

21 hours agoNews : Slate: The Slatest

An Amnesty International report released Thursday says that Qatar has made no progress toward improving labor conditions for migrant workers in several crucial areas of scrutiny, while statements released Wednesday by 2022 World CupShow More Summary

Fox Sports names three reporters for Women’s World Cup

23 hours agoSports : Awful Announcing

Fox Sports has added three reporters to their coverage of the Women’s World Cup, and all three names should be familiar to those who watch Fox Sports programming. Julie Stewart-Binks, Jenny Taft, and Grant Wahl will all cover the event for Fox in unique ways, doing more than just standard sideline reporting. Show More Summary

NHL Playoffs 2015: Latest Stanley Cup Scores, Standings and Predictions

The Tampa Bay Lightning appear to have figured out Henrik Lundqvist. The New York Rangers goaltender is one of the best in the world, but the Lightning fired six shots by him for the second game in a row and took Game 3 of the Eastern...Show More Summary

Artificial intelligence bot vs. the poker pros

Doug Polk, one of the world's best poker players, shoveled egg whites into his mouth with a plastic fork and slurped unsweetened oatmeal from a paper cup, 13 days into the oddest tournament he has ever entered.

Amnesty criticises Qatar on migrant labour rights

Rights group says Gulf nation failing workers and says FIFA should pressure Qatar to do more ahead of 2022 World cup.

Henderson and Beard Win Olympic in Olympic Quotas at World Cup USA

FORT BENNING, Georgia (May 14, 2015) – Though James Henderson and Sarah Beard didn’t win any medals at the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) Rifle/Pistol World Cup today, they did win something perhaps even more valuable – Olympic quotas. Show More Summary

California a women's soccer stronghold — just look at World Cup teams

When forward Christen Press trotted onto the field for her first training session with the U.S. women's national soccer team three years ago, introductions weren't necessary.

Fox announces its Women’s World Cup schedule

As you’re well aware by now, the Women’s World Cup is fast approaching. The first of the 52 games in the tournament will begin on Saturday, June 6 and run until Sunday, July 5. Fox, Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2. For the first time since 2003, there will be Women’s World Cup games […] The post Fox announces its Women’s World Cup schedule appeared first on Awful Announcing.

Palestinians call for Israel to be barred from competing in soccer’s World Cup

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

EL-BIREH, West Bank — When Nouredine Ouldali selects the players for the Palestinian national soccer team, the coach knows he should keep a deep back bench. Players from Gaza are often prohibited from traveling to practice in the West Bank. Or worse. One athlete was arrested in November for...

Qatar’s World Cup Construction Has Killed Hundreds Of Slave Workers

Obama says climate change is a national security threat; FIFA stays mum on slave worker deaths; Bush's abortion policies suddenly seem pretty reasonable; Anne Pasternak is named chief curator at the Brooklyn Museum. All in Today's Lady News -- now click!

Soccer Morning (5.20.15) John Wallin and Peter McVitie

yesterdaySports / Football : EPL Talk

Today’s episode of Soccer Morning features guests John Wallin and Peter McVitie. Jason kicks off today’s show with Togga’s John Wallin as they look ahead to this summer’s Women’s World Cup & Togga’s Women’s World Cup Challenge app.’s Peter … Continue reading ?

Qatar World Cup: Campaign To Boycott The 2022 World Cup Underway

The Qatar World Cup is facing an overwhelming deal of criticism after reports of the dangerous working conditions of migrant workers. The 2022 World Cup has been marred by controversy ever since it was announced that Qatar would host the biggest event in all of soccer. Show More Summary

Visa, Coca-Cola Respond To Human Rights Concerns About Qatar World Cup; Not Pulling Out As Sponsors

Since the mysterious cabal that is FIFA announced that the 2022 soccer World Cup would be played in Qatar, there have been rumors of graft, concerns about the exceedingly high temperatures, and most importantly multiple reports of human rights abuses at worksites for the new stadiums and other facilities being erected around the country. As more people call on … [More]

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