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Spain’s Vicente del Bosque to Remain Head Coach Through 2016

Spain’s Vicente del Bosque to Remain Head Coach Through 2016

Vicente del Bosque, who has presided over the greatest five-year span in the history of Spanish soccer, has signed a contract extension that will keep him at the helm of the national soccer team through 2016. continue reading »

Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera Wins Second MVP Title

Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera Wins Second MVP Title

Detroit Tigers superstar Miguel Cabrera won the American League Most Valuable Player Award for the second straight year, while Pittsburgh Pirates standout Andrew McCutchen picked up National League honors. continue reading »

Former F1 Driver Nelson Piquet Hospitalized in Brazil

Former F1 Driver Nelson Piquet Hospitalized in Brazil

Brazilian former Formula One driver Nelson Piquet was admitted earlier this week to a Sao Paulo hospital, where, according to unconfirmed press reports, he underwent successful surgery to unblock a clogged artery. continue reading »

El Tri Triumphant 5-1 Against New Zealand, World Cup Bound Almost a Sure Thing

El Tri Triumphant 5-1 Against New Zealand, World Cup Bound Almost a Sure Thing

Mexico's national soccer team released months of frustration with a 5-1 shellacking of New Zealand in inter-regional World Cup qualifying action here Wednesday, all but assuring itself of a berth in Brazil. continue reading »

Check Out: New Lionel Messi Ad Highlighting His Incredible Talents (VIDEO)

Check Out: New Lionel Messi Ad Highlighting His Incredible Talents (VIDEO)

Check out soccer star Lionel Messi in a new ad for Samsung Galaxy. The ad video highlights all of his talents that include his incredible foot work. continue reading »

Rafael Nadal Finishes the Year as No 1

Rafael Nadal Finishes the Year as No 1

Spain's Rafael Nadal edged Stanislas Wawrinka 7-6 (7-5), 7-6 (8-6) Wednesday to clinch the year-end No. 1 ranking and advance to the semifinals of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals for the fourth time. continue reading »

Knee Surgery Benches FC Barcelona’s Jonathan Dos Santos for 6 Months

Knee Surgery Benches FC Barcelona’s Jonathan Dos Santos for 6 Months

FC Barcelona midfielder Jonathan dos Santos will be out of action for six months after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, the club said Tuesday. continue reading »

Rafa Nadal One Win Away from No. 1 ATP Ranking

Rafa Nadal One Win Away from No. 1 ATP Ranking

Spanish world No. 1 Rafael Nadal hammered countryman David Ferrer 6-3, 6-2 Tuesday at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, getting payback for the loss that Ferrer handed him three days ago at the Paris Masters. continue reading »

Nadal Must Win 2 Matches at Barclays ATP Finals to Stay No. 1

Nadal Must Win 2 Matches at Barclays ATP Finals to Stay No. 1

Spain's Rafael Nadal must win at least two matches at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, which started at London's O2 Arena on Monday, to remain at No. 1 and deny Serbia's Novak Djokovic the top spot in the ATP rankings. continue reading »

Luka Modric Calls Cristiano Ronaldo “Past, Present, and Future” of Real Madrid

Luka Modric Calls Cristiano Ronaldo “Past, Present, and Future” of Real Madrid

Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo is "the past, present and future" of Real Madrid, teammate Luka Modric said Monday. "There are so many great players who have been active with continue reading »