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Ailing Barca Coach Tito Vilanova Returns to Spain after Cancer Treatment

Ailing Barca Coach Tito Vilanova Returns to Spain after Cancer Treatment

Ailing FC Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova has returned to Spain after receiving treatment for his throat cancer in New York. No date has been set for his return to coaching. continue reading »

Consultants Say Madrid Would be Ready for 2020 Olympics

Consultants Say Madrid Would be Ready for 2020 Olympics

Madrid in the year 2020 will be in better shape to organize the Olympic Games than it is now, according to a report by consulting giant PricewaterhouseCoopers. continue reading »

Sergio Garcia Makes Golf a Bit More Exciting with Tree Shot (VIDEO)

Sergio Garcia Makes Golf a Bit More Exciting with Tree Shot (VIDEO)

There's something you don't see every day. On Sunday, Spanish golfer Sergio Garcia (Fernandez), 33, hit a ball into a tree at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Wanting to avoid a 1-stroke penalty continue reading »

Spain Ties with Finland At World Cup Qualifying Match

Spain Ties with Finland At World Cup Qualifying Match

Spain's national soccer squad finds itself in second place in its UEFA World Cup qualifying group after a disappointing 1-1 draw here Friday with Finland, which stunned the defending world champs with a counterattack goal in the 79th minute. continue reading »

Sony Open: Spain’s Silvia Soler Espinosa Moves On to 2nd Round

Sony Open: Spain’s Silvia Soler Espinosa Moves On to 2nd Round

Spain's Silvia Soler Espinosa defeated France's Pauline Parmentier 6-0, 6-7 (2-7), 6-2 in the first round at the Sony Open in Miami. Soler Espinosa needed two hours and three minutes continue reading »

Liverpool Says Not Interested in Selling Suarez

Liverpool Says Not Interested in Selling Suarez

Liverpool has no interest in selling Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez, the Premier League club's managing director said Thursday. "Last summer he signed a new four-year contract and we have no desire to sell continue reading »

Michael Jordan’s Cuban Fiancée Reportedly Signs Prenup

Michael Jordan’s Cuban Fiancée Reportedly Signs Prenup

Former Chicago Bull Michael Jordan is worth more than half a billion dollars and he is not looking to lose another large chunk of that in another divorce. Jordan, 50, is set to marry Cuban-American model Yvette Prieto in continue reading »

Lionel Messi Gets Tattoo of Son’s Hands, Name

Lionel Messi Gets Tattoo of Son’s Hands, Name

Barcelona soccer star Lionel Messi this week in the elimination match between Argentina and Venezuela for the 2014 World Cup will debut a tattoo on his left leg with the name and the hands of his son Thiago. continue reading »

Dominican Republic Beats Puerto Rico to Win World Baseball Classic

Dominican Republic Beats Puerto Rico to Win World Baseball Classic

The Dominican Republic came out on top in the third edition of the World Baseball Classic, shutting out Puerto Rico 3-0 in the final to complete its undefeated run to the championship. continue reading »

IOC Inspects Madrid’s Olympic Park for 2020 Bid

IOC Inspects Madrid’s Olympic Park for 2020 Bid

The Madrid 2020 Olympic Organizing Committee on Tuesday showed IOC representatives the strong public support for the city's bid, presented proof of its financial ability to host the Games and unveiled what it hopes will be its trump card: the Olympic Park. continue reading »