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Daytona Finish Features Massive, Horrifying Wreck

2 hours agoSports : Deadspin

Tonight’s rain-delayed Coke Zero 400 at Daytona ended in a win for Dale Earnhardt Jr. but a terrifying finish for Austin Dillon, whose car ended upside down after tearing into the catch fence as the “big one” resulted in injuries to at least three spectators but, amazingly, no drivers. Read more...

Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins at Daytona in front of vicious crash

Austin Dillon's car was catapulted into the catchfence in the Daytona International Speedway trioval during a massive crash at the end of Sunday night's Coke Zero 400 as Dale Earnhardt Jr. won the race. Junior crossed the finish line ahead of a massive pack of cars typical of any restrictor plate race. Show More Summary

Newcastle close in on signing PSV forward Georginio Wijnaldum [Chronicle & De Telegraaf]

The Newcastle Chronicle and Dutch daily De Telegraaf both sing from the same hymn sheet on Monday: Newcastle are close to landing PSV forward Georginio Wijnaldum. According to De Telegraaf, Wijnaldum is been a target for new Toon boss Steve McClaren ever since the manager first became aware of the forward during his time at FC Twente. Show More Summary

Andy Murray can defuse Ivo Karlovic's bombs... but it’s absolutely critical that he looks after his own serve

BRAD GILBERT: How will Andy Murray feel on Monday trying to receive the fearsome serve of Ivo Karlovic? I would say the best thing to compare it to is being a goaltender in ice hockey.

ASG Top Vote-Getter Josh Donaldson Seeing His Star Rise to New Levels in 2015

For a while, it seemed possible—unjust, but possible—that Josh Donaldson wouldn't even start the All-Star Game. Now, after the final tallies for both the National League and American League were announced Sunday, not only is Donaldson...Show More Summary

Mathews ton sets Pakistan target of 377

2 hours agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Angelo Mathews' fifth Test century stretched Sri Lanka's lead to 376 on the fourth morning, even as Imran Khan picked up his maiden five-for with the second new ball

Hülkenberg hails 'best ever' Formula 1 start

Nico Hülkenberg described his start to the British Grand Prix as the best of his Formula 1 career, after jumping from ninth on…

Miguel Cabrera Injury Will Test Tigers' Playoff-Race Mettle

This is what you call a snowball. Or at this point it might seem more like Murphy’s Law trying to take effect on the Detroit Tigers, because anything that can seemingly go wrong is creeping around the team right now. The Tigers have now won two in a row after Saturday’s 8-3 win against the Toronto Blue Jays. Show More Summary

White Sox's Avisail Garcia Robs Chris Davis of Game-Tying HR in 9th Inning

Nope! With his Chicago White Sox clinging to a 3-2 lead in the top of the ninth inning Saturday, outfielder Avisail Garcia saved the day. Baltimore Orioles slugger Chris Davis sailed a would-be dinger deep to right, but Garcia showed...Show More Summary

Stephen Strasburg Injury: Updates on Nationals P's Status and Return

Stephen Strasburg's difficult year for the Washington Nationals got a little more disappointing, as the right-hander was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a left oblique strain on July 5, just three starts after returning fromShow More Summary

Hope Solo wins the WWC’s Golden Glove, but goalie is trolled amid her domestic abuse charges [Tweets]

Hope Solo is a World Cup winner and the winner of the Women’s World Cup’s Golden Glove, however the American number one is far from loved. Following America’s 5-2 World Cup final win over Japan, one of the trending topics on Twitter was ‘Hope Solo’. Show More Summary

Meet the NBA's Next Up-and-Coming Team: Quin Snyder's Utah Jazz

Sometime around the Ides of March, as the 2014-15 NBA season drew to a close, a faint glimmer of hope was born and promptly died for fans of the Utah Jazz. After going 19-34 before All-Star Weekend, the Jazz went on an 11-2 spurt after the break. Show More Summary

Andy Murray vows to cut out 'little dips' during matches as British No 1 prepares to take on giant Ivo Karlovic at Wimbledon  

Andy Murray admits he needs to cut out his 'little dips' during matches as the Scot prepares to do battle with big-serving Ivo Karlovic in the Wimbledon fourth round

Neville starts Valencia assistant job

Former Manchester United and England defender Phil Neville begins his role as Valencia assistant manager.

PSG & Monaco are both chasing brilliant teenager Hachim Mastour [L’Equipe]

One of the best young footballers in world football graces the front page of L’Equipe on Monday, as the French daily reports that PSG and Monaco are both chasing AC Milan’s 17-year-old attacking midfielder Hachim Mastour. Despite his tender years, Mastour is already well-known in the Beautiful Game. Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth spins out to trigger another ‘big one' at Daytona

The third multi-car wreck of the night knocked out several challengers. Aric Almirola won't win a second consecutive Coke Zero 400. The Richard Petty Motorsports driver was among several swept into another multi-car wreck early Monday...Show More Summary

NASCAR Fans Proudly Display Confederate Flags At Race Despite ‘Ban’

As the Inquisitr previously reported, NASCAR asked its fans to no longer display Confederate flags at racetracks, following the controversy that has erupted since the Charleston church shooting in South Carolina last month. But prior...Show More Summary

Tour de France 2015, Stage 3: Route, TV schedule and more

Stage 3 will feature the first climbs of the Tour de France, and a good opportunity for struggling general classification contenders to make up some ground. Tour de France organizers got everything they wanted from a Stage 2 ride from Utrecht down to Zeeland. Show More Summary

Best 2015 NBA Free-Agency Landing Spots for Cleveland Cavs' J.R. Smith

Choosing to forgo his $6.4 million player option for the 2015-16 season, J.R. Smith is very much available as an unrestricted free agent. Smith's free-agent case is a curious one, as he was brilliant after being traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers following a woeful start to the season with the New York Knicks. Show More Summary

5 Biggest Obstacles Facing the San Francisco 49ers in 2015

The San Francisco 49ers struggled last season, falling to an 8-8 record after reaching three straight NFC Championship games. This was followed by a general cleaning of house, with the coaching staff fired and replaced, and players from...Show More Summary

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