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Women’s World Cup: Japan edge England to reach final match with USA

At the Women’s World Cup, the defending champions Japan reached the final after beating England 2-1 at the semifinal in Edmonton. Japan will now face 2-time winners the USA at Sunday’s final in Vancouver. Before that, England and Germany scramble for third place on Saturday in Edmonton. (Image source: Telegraph)

US makes extradition request in FIFA corruption case

Swiss authorities say the US has made a formal request to have seven FIFA officials extradited on corruption charges. These seven people were arrested in May in Zurich, and are among the 14 being indicted by the States for charges of racketeering, money laundering and wire fraud. The Swiss Federal Office of Justice says they Read More

Jamaican-German qualifier Dustin Brown stuns Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon

Wimbledon has seen its first big upset after four days, as qualifier Dustin Brown soundly dismissed the injury plagued Rafael Nadal to reach the third round. Born in Germany to a Jamaican father, Brown moved to Montego Bay in 1996, and played for Jamaica internationally until 2010, when he took his skills back to Germany. Read More

Leicester City fire manager Nigel Pearson

Leicester City have fired their manager Nigel Pearson. A club statement says the working relationship was “no longer viable”. Pearson first coached at Leicester City in 2008 and returned again in 2011 after a stint at Hull City. The Foxes were promoted to the Premier League last season, and remained there when they finished in Read More

Sri Lanka’s Upul Tharanga to replace Kumar Sangakkara in third Test

Sri Lanka batsman Upul Tharanga has been chosen to replace Kumar Sangakkara for the third and final Test against Pakistan in Pallekele. Sangakkara said he won’t be there for his country due to English County commitments with Surrey, but a bigger reason is the announcement of his Test retirement. The new man Tharanga hasn’t played Read More

Sri Lanka level series as Sangakkara ends Test career

Sri Lanka levelled the 3-match series 1-1 with a somewhat comfortable 7-wicket victory over Pakistan at the second Test in Colombo. Set 153 for victory, the Sri Lankans were guided by Dimuth Karunaratne 50 and skipper Angelo Mathews 43 not out for the game-winning total of 153/3 in the second innings. Bowing for Pakistan, Yasir Read More

CPL 2015: Gayle leads Tallawahs to win over Zouks

The Jamaica Tallawahs left it to their captain Chris Gayle for a devastating victory, beating the St. Lucia Zouks by ten wickets at Gros Islet. The Zouks hit 118/9 from their 20 overs: Johnson Charles added 29, and Kevin Pietersen 26. Bowling for the Tallawahs: Krishmar Santokie and Rusty Theron took 3 wickets, while Jerome Read More

Raptors’ Vasquez traded to Bucks for number 46 pick in NBA draft

The 2015 NBA draft has come and gone, and speaking of gone, the Raptors have traded point guard Greivis Vasquez to the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for a number 46 pick – UCLA’s Norman Powell – and a future first round pick. The Raps then used their number 20 pick on Utah guard Delon Wright. Read More

Sepp Blatter says he did not resign from FIFA, according to Swiss report

A new report quoted FIFA president Sepp Blatter as saying he didn’t actually resign, despite what he said earlier this month. According to a Swiss paper, Blatter says “I did not resign, I put myself and my office in the hands of the FIFA congress.” The two corruption probes in the US and Switzerland are Read More

Asafa Powell leads in 100 metre contest at Jamaican nationals

Former world record holder Asafa Powell easily sprinted into the 100 metre semifinals at the JAAA National Senior Championships in Jamaica. Powell clocked in at 9.98 seconds, ahead of Kemar Bailey-Cole in second place with 10.05, and in third, Nickel Ashmeade with 10.12. (Image source: Jamaica Observer)

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