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Gatland questions England's approach

Warren Gatland says Wales are "more settled" than World Cup rivals England, saying they "are not 100% sure of where they are going".

Trimble left out of Ireland squad

Ireland's 2014 player of the year Andrew Trimble is believed to have missed out on selection for the World Cup.

Wolfsburg Sign Draxler As De Bruyne Replacement

13 hours agoSports / Football : Soccerlens

Wolfsburg Sign Draxler As De Bruyne Replacement - originally posted on View image | Wolfsburg have officially confirmed the signing of German World Cup winner Julian Draxler from domestic rivals Schalke. Show More Summary

Wary Cotter weighs up Scots' options

Tom English considers the hard choices facing Vern Cotter as he picks Scotland's Rugby World Cup squad.

Lock Jones could miss Uruguay game

Second row Alun Wyn Jones could miss Wales' World Cup opener against Uruguay due to a knee injury.

Baseball: Nick Pratto strikes out eight for USA 18U team

Pitcher Nick Pratto from Huntington Beach struck out eight in eight innings to lead the USA 18U national team to an 11-1 win over Australia in pool play of the WBSC U-18 World Cup in Japan.

Russia World Cup 2018 Workers Threaten to Sue over Unpaid Wages

Workers at one of the major venues for Russia’s 2018 World Cup are threatening legal action after claims they have not been paid for months. That’s according to Alec Luhn of the Guardian, who notes that 50 labourers who have been working...Show More Summary

The Rugby World Cup Bus Is Leaving

We run the rule over the last men standing ahead of the official squad announcement tomorrow.

World Cup fitness boost for Botha

Exeter head coach Rob Baxter hopes Chrysander Botha can use the World Cup as a chance to return to full fitness.

'Samson making brilliant progress'

Wales coach Warren Gatland hints that prop Samson Lee is fit enough to be in the World Cup squad which is named on Monday.

Schmidt faces tight Ireland calls

Joe Schmidt says picking his Ireland World Cup squad will involve the "most difficult" decisions of his coaching career.

Manchester United fan thinks Schweinsteiger is past it, no longer good enough post-Swansea (Video)

Bastian Schweinsteiger’s arrival at Manchester United was greeted with delirium by the fans this summer, but the German World Cup winner hasn’t looked quite the same player he used to be so far. The story goes that Guardiola was more...Show More Summary

Watch USA Rugby Vs. Harlequins Live Online: World Cup Warm-Up For Eagles Against English Club

USA Rugby fans who can’t wait for next month’s 2015 World Cup can watch live online Sunday as the Eagles — as the United States National Rugby team is known — face English Aviva Premiership club Harlequins in what is scheduled to be the next-to-last warm-up match for USA before opening their World Cup campaign... Show More Summary

Naholo named in All Blacks squad

Winger Waisake Naholo is named in the New Zeland squad for the World Cup after recovering from a broken leg.

Gatland praise for flanker Tipuric

Wales coach Warren Gatland is impressed with open-side Justin Tipuric as he ponders his final World Cup squad selection.

Sprinklers spoil Olympic Stadium bow

The first ever game of rugby at the Olympic Stadium - which will host five World Cup matches - is delayed when the sprinklers come on.

Scotland 48-7 Italy

Scotland faced Italy in their only home warm-up before the World Cup. Would it be another slug-fest against Italy?

Francis 'bitter' over school memory

Wales World Cup hopeful Tomas Francis says he was unhappy at being overlooked as a rugby schoolboy in England.

May included in England’s World Cup squad

Yet he has ditched a player, Burrell (13 caps) who has been a central part of the England midfield during the past two Six Nations championships in favour of a pair of novices. Cipriani was bidding to play fly-half and full-back, but specialists Farrell and George Ford were selected at number 10 and Alex Goode

World Cup Winner Sydney Leroux on Tuning Out the Haters, Game-Day Prep, and Her Team’s Unstoppable Will to Win

3 days agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

In 2013, Sydney Leroux took a stand in a long-brewing turf war — literally. On Twitter, the Canada-born U.S. Women’s National Team tweeted out a photo of her bruised, bloodied, and scraped shins with the caption, “This is why soccer should be played on grass!” She went on to join the list... More »

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