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FIFA says Russia'a Alfa Bank is first regional World Cup sponsor

By Brian Homewood ZURICH (Reuters) - FIFA, which has struggled to find commercial partners since it was battered by a corruption scandal last year, named a Russian bank as its first regional World Cup sponsor on Monday. The global soccer...Show More Summary

IRL: July 18, 2016 | Teens Shot Playing ‘Pokémon Go’, Mexico Wins “Homeless World Cup” & Other News

Out in the real world news is happening and here are the highlights. More U.S. cop killings, this time in Baton Rouge If Baton Rouge sounds familiar to you that’s because the Louisiana town made headlines recently after Alton Sterling, an unarmed black man selling CDs was shot to death by police, leading to a […]

Calendar: Week of July 18

Here's a look at the week ahead at some of this week's highlighted events, which include the 95th birthday of former astronaut and U.S. Senator John Glenn, the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, and the Quidditch World Cup competition, Jane Pauley reports.

Great Britain's James Ward goes down 6-1, 6-3, 6-2 to Dusan Lajovic as Serbia level Davis Cup quarter-final at 1-1

MIKE DICKSON IN BELGRADE: James Ward played a Serbian for the second time in successive matches, and although this time it was not World No 1 Novak Djokovic the outcome was similar.

Announcers grossed out after golfer drops gum and puts it back in his mouth

The five-second rule applies to the golf world too, apparently. European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke was putting on the fourth hole during the British Open on Friday when, as he was swinging his putter, the gum in his mouth fell onto the green. Show More Summary

Noble Ale Works CEO Brian Rauso Resigns

(Anaheim,CA) – Noble Ale Works, the brewery that recently won World Beer Cup Champion Brewery/Brewmaster in the Small Brew… The post Noble Ale Works CEO Brian Rauso Resigns appeared first on

America’s Cup Is Coming to Asia for the First Time in History

Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series Fukuoka, Japan, will host Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series… Bekah Berge

Instagram-Famous Blue Lattes Contain No Coffee and Stink of Seaweed

It's also called "Smurf coffee" From the country that brought the world the flat white comes an entirely new beverage bearing zero resemblance to your standard cup of coffee. The so-called blue latte has crashed onto the Australian coffee...Show More Summary

Andy Murray jets into Serbia as cheerleader for Great Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final

Novak Djokovic is reliably said to be in Marbella following his Wimbledon exit. Murray has barely got his breath back from winning the event, but has flown himself to the world No 1's heartland.

Cristiano Ronaldo Spends His Vacation on a Yacht, Getting Oiled Up by His Mom (Pics)

Cristiano Ronaldo is celebrating his country’s Euro Cup win by kicking back aboard a yacht in Ibiza and catching some rays…with his mom. I suppose it’s not that weird, and actually kind of sweet, but to see one of the world’s most iconic athletes and sex symbols get lotion put on his back by his […]

François Hollande Pays Hairdresser $130K/year, Twitter Reacts in Hilarious Way

last weekLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Remember when David Beckham flew his hairdresser Aidan Phelan to Japan on an emergency mission, just so he could fix his highlighted faux-hawk before the 2002 World Cup Quarterfinals? Or when former senator John Edwards revealed he had spent $1,250 i… Read The post François Hollande Pays Hairdresser $130K/year, Twitter Reacts in Hilarious Way appeared first on Towleroad.

Bangoura gets Guinea job and World Cup target

last weekSports / Football : EPL Talk

Conakry (AFP) – Guinea have appointed their caretaker coach Mohamed Kanfory Bangoura on a permanent basis and charged him with qualifying them for their first World Cup. Bangoura, known commonly as Lappe Bangoura, was chosen ahead of highly-rated Belgian coach Paul Put and German journeyman Gernot Rohr. Show More Summary

America's Cup 2016 - World Series at Portsmouth: The Dates, Sailing Schedule, Racing Action on TV and Live Updates

Here's what to expect during the Louis Vuitton America's Cup World Series Portsmouth and how to follow the racing action.

International Champions Cup Adds Five Sponsors For Event Featuring The World's Best Soccer Teams

Under Armour, Gatorade, DHL, Equinox and Geico ink pacts to sponsor the ICC, which features top soccer clubs Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Chelsea.

Jordan women take to football pitch to end stereotypes

last weekSports / Football : EPL Talk

Amman (AFP) – Line’s dream is about to become a reality, the 14-year-old Jordanian girl will make history later this year when she takes part in her first ever football world cup. FIFA’s U-17 Women’s World Cup will kick off on September 30 in Jordan, the first time a Middle Eastern country hosts an international women’s football competition. Show More Summary

Barcelona Football Star Lionel Messi Rethinks Retirement; To Appear in November World Cup Qualifiers

FC Barcelona forward Lionel Messi has finally withdrawn his shocking announcement of retirement after his team's loss against Chile in the Copa America Finals. It was a heartbreaking news to the world of football, both for the fans and well-known personalities, but the athlete has reportedly changed his decision and is now going for the 2018 World Cup.

Didier Deschamps Is the Right Man to Lead France to 2018 World Cup in Russia

With the 2016 UEFA European Championship now over, beaten finalists France can turn their attention towards the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. Les Bleus qualified automatically for this summer’s tournament as hosts and will need to advance...Show More Summary

Portugal Should Enjoy Euro 2016 Win, but 2018 World Cup Qualifiers Will Be Tough

The red and green ticker tape has long since been picked up from the grass of the Stade De France and the streets of Lisbon, and so what now for Portugal? Well, in short, rest. Whatever your opinion of this Portugal team and their performances...Show More Summary

Afghanistan hopeful of bilateral ODIs in India

Afghanistan's attempts to gain more ODI fixtures leading into the September 2017 cut-off for 2019 World Cup qualification may gather steam with a proposal in the works to secure annual bilateral matches against India and teams touring India beginning next

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