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Kenyan cyclist Sule Kangangi dies in crash during race in Vermont


Kenyan cyclist Sule Kangangi died in a crash on Saturday while competing in a gravel race in the U.S. state of Vermont. Kangangi was riding at high speed in the Vermont Overland race when he crashed. The Vermont Overland is a 59-mile dirt road bicycle race that includes nearly 7,000 feet of climbing. About 900 cyclists were competing on Saturday in the race that begins and ends in the community of Brownsville in the town of West Windsor, officials said.

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Former Real Madrid defender Marcelo joins Olympiakos
Marcelo, who made 546 appearances for Real Madrid since joining in 2007, left at the end of last season as the most decorated player in the club's 120-year history with 25 trophies, including five Champions League titles.

USMNT's Serving Dest on joining Milan from Barcelona: 'I need to play before 2022 World Cup'
Dest has a Surinamese-American father and Dutch mother and chose to play for the United States instead of the Netherlands, where he was born and raised. He has scored two goals in 17 matches for the national team.
 

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Serena Williams exits US Open as one of the greatest ever, but her legacy goes far beyond her titles won


Twenty-three years ago, Serena Williams won her first Grand Slam title here. On Friday, she said her goodbyes in the same place, in front of a sold-out crowd at Arthur Ashe Stadium. Williams, 40, shared her intention to retire after the US Open in an essay in Vougue last month, and has been given a hero's farewell in her matches since. She admitted she had mixed feelings about the decision and knew it would be difficult to walk away from the sport that had defined much of her life. She began her professional career in 1995 as a 14-year-old. In 2022, Williams walks away from the game with 858 tour victories, 73 singles titles, an Olympic gold medal and 319 weeks at No. 1. Together with Venus, she won 14 major doubles titles and three Olympic golds. Williams' 23-major mark remains the most by a player, man or woman, in the Open Era.

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College Football Rankings
Preseason

AP Top 25

Top-5

No.1: Alabama (54)
No.2: Ohio State (6)
No.3: Georgia (3)
No.4: Clemson
No.5: Notre Dame


AFCA Coaches Poll

Top-5
No.1: Alabama (54)
No,2: Ohio State (5)
No.3: Georgia (6)
No.4: Clemson
No.5: Notre Dame
 

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MLB Standings 2022 - League

League Leaders
American League
Houston (85 - 47) GB-6.5
National League
Los Angeles Dodgers (90 - 41) GB-6



MLB Standings 2022 - Division

Division Leaders
American League
EAST: New York Yankees (79 - 53) GB-5
CENTRAL: Cleveland (68 - 62) GB-1
WEST: Houston (85 - 47) GB-11

National League
EAST: New York Mets (85 - 48) GB-3
CENTRAL: St. Louis (77 - 55) GB-7.5
WEST: Los Angeles Dodgers (90 - 41) GB-17


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MLB League Leaders (Batting)

American League
BATTING AVERAGE: L. Arraez, Minnesota. .319
HOME RUNS: A. Judge, New York Yankees. 52
RUNS BATTED IN: A. Judge, New York Yankees. 115
HITS: J. Abreu, Chicago White Sox 154
STOLEN BASES: C. Mullins, Baltimore. 29

National League
BATTING AVERAGE: P. Goldschmidt, St. Louis. .330
HOME RUNS: K. Schwarber, Philadelphia. 36
RUNS BATTED IN: P. Alonso, New York Mets. 165
HITS: F. Freeman, Los Angeles Dodgers. 144
STOLEN BASES: J. Berti, Miami. 32



MLB League Leaders (Pitching)

American League
WINS: J. Verlander, Houston. 16
EARNED RUN AVERAGE: J. Verlander, Houston 1.84
SAVES: E. Clase, Cleveland 30
STRIKEOUTS: G. Coles, New York Yankees. 204
QUALITY STARTS: F. Valdez, Houston. 23

National League
WINS: K. Wright, Atlanta 17
EARNED RUN AVERAGE: J. Urias, Los Angeles Dodgers 2.32
SAVES: K. Jansen 31
STRIKEOUTS: C. Burnes, Milwaukee 195
QUALITY STARTS: Y. Darvish, San Diego 20
 

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WNBA Playoffs 2022: Complete schedule, results, news and highlights

Simifinals
No.1: Las Vegas vs. No.4: Seattle
Series tied 1-1
Game 1: Seattle 76, at Las Vegas 73
Game 2: At Las Vegas 78, Seattle 73
Game 3: Las Vegas at Seattle, Sunday, Sept. 4 (3 p.m. ET, ABC)
Game 4: Las Vegas at Seattle, Tuesday, Sept. 6 (TBD, ESPN2)
Game 5* Seattle at Las Vegas, Thursday, Sept. 8 (TBD, ESPN2)

No.2: Chicago vs. No.3: Connecticut
Series tied 1-1
Game 1: Connecticut 68, at Chicago 63
Game 2: At Chicago 85, Connecticut 77
Game 3: Chicago at Connecticut, Sunday, Sept. 4 (1 p.m. ET, ESPN2)
Game 4: Chicago at Connecticut, Tuesday, Sept. 6 (8 p.m. ET, ESPN2)
Game 5*: Connecticut at Chicago, Thursday, Sept. 8 (TBD, ESPN2)


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Georgia Bulldogs move to No. 2 in AP Top 25 poll after big win; Florida Gators debut at No. 12
The Bulldogs narrowed the gap on the Crimson Tide after beating Oregon 49-3 on Saturday. Georgia received 17 first-place votes. Florida debuted at No. 12 after its thrilling victory at home against Utah on Saturday night. The Utes slipped six spots to No. 13 after the loss.

AP Top-5
No.1: Alabama (1 - 0)
No.2: Georgia (1 - 0)
No.3: Ohio State (1 - 0)
No.4: Michigan (1 - 0)
No.5: Clemson (1 - 0)
 

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College Football Rankings
Preseason

AP Top 25

Top-5

No.1: Alabama (1 - 0)
No.2: Georgia (1 - 0)
No.3: Ohio State (1 - 0)
No.4: Michigan (1 - 0)
No.5: Clemson (1 - 0)


AFCA Coaches Poll

Top-5
No.1: Alabama (1 - 0)
No,2: Georgia (1 - 0)
No.3: Ohio State (1 - 0)
No.4: Clemson (1 - 0)
No.5: Michigan (1 - 0)
 

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Breaking down the rosters, pairings and snubs for the Presidents Cup


The rosters for the 14th Presidents Cup are set, and once again the Americans, who have won 11 previous times, seem to be overwhelming favorites. With the U.S. team having five of the top 10 players in the world and 11 of the top 20, the International team faces an uphill climb when play begins at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Sept. 22. The Americans have won eight straight Presidents Cup matches, including a 16-14 victory in Melbourne, Australia, in 2019.


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