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Today β€” April 20th 2018Sport

U.S. gymnastics coaching duo says doctor's sex abuse surprised them

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The coaching couple who helped turn the U.S. women's gymnastics team into a global powerhouse said in a TV interview aired on Friday that they knew nothing about the alleged sexual assaults by team doctor Larry Nassar at their training camp.

A 'new future' for pro rugby in the US

The launch of Major League Rugby in the US signals a new dawn for professional rugby in North America -- often viewed as a sleeping giant of the sport.

  • April 20th 2018 at 17:23

Soccer: Wenger to step down after two decades in charge at Arsenal

LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is to stand down at the end of the season after a reign of almost 22 years during which he redefined the Premier League club and became their most successful boss.

The Golden State Warriors Have Shaken Off the Rust


Even without Stephen Curry, the Warriors are looking like potential champions again.

Sign off ... '#WengerOut' campaign finally gets its wish

From Wrestlemania to the White House, plastered on toilet walls in Australia and cardboard signs in Zimbabwe.

  • April 20th 2018 at 14:18

Lance Armstrong to pay US government $5 million to settle lawsuit

Cycling legend Lance Armstrong will pay the United States $5 million for using performance-enhancing drugs while the US Postal Service was paying millions to sponsor his team, according to the US Department of Justice.

  • April 20th 2018 at 00:30

Who will replace Wenger as Arsenal manager?

Whoever replaces Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager will have big shoes to fill.

  • April 20th 2018 at 13:25

Arsène Wenger, Arsenal Manager, to Leave at End of Season


Wenger revolutionized the club and will leave as one of the Premier League’s most successful managers, but his legacy is clouded by recent struggles.

Soccer: Wenger to leave Arsenal after two decades in charge

LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is to leave at the end of the season after a reign of almost 22 years that made him the most successful boss in the Premier League club's history.

Wenger to leave Arsenal at end of the season

Arsene Wenger is to leave his long-time role as Arsenal manager at the end of the season.

  • April 20th 2018 at 11:39

Tatyana McFadden: Breaking barriers for a living

Willing her wheelchair up Heartbreak Hill, Olympic legend Tatyana McFadden had a rare moment of doubt.

  • April 20th 2018 at 11:19

Soccer: Wenger to leave Arsenal at end of season - club statement

LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will leave the club at the end of season, the Frenchman said in a statement issued by the Premier League club on Friday.

Inside the Deadlock Over Russia’s Track and Field Athletes


The I.O.C. wants Russia back. The World Anti-Doping Agency and track and field’s governing body want the country to admit to state-sponsored doping.

Boxing: Pacquiao targets more bouts after Kuala Lumpur showdown

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Manny Pacquiao believes he has "a couple more fights" left in him before he retires, starting with his first contest for more than a year when he faces Argentine WBA welterweight world champion Lucas Matthysse in Kuala Lumpur this July.

Sports of The Times: For Lance Armstrong, Backing Down Might Have Hurt More Than Paying $5 Million


Armstrong, who on Thursday reached a settlement in a federal fraud case related to his doping, once told our columnist that he liked his chances with a jury.

Masked Joel Embiid Leads 76ers to Easy Win Over Heat


Philadelphia’s center, playing in his first playoff game, had 23 points. In other action, the Warriors and Pelicans both opened up 3-0 leads.

Braves 12, Mets 4: Mets Batters Baffled by a Call-up in Blowout Loss to Braves


Matt Wisler arrived from Class AAA just in time to shut down the Mets to the tune of two hits over seven innings.

Yankees 4, Blue Jays 3: Giancarlo Stanton Is Bumped Down, and Yankees Edge Blue Jays


Stanton’s move down to No. 4 in the Yankees’ lineup didn’t exactly jolt his bat to life, but their bats did enough for a series-opening victory.