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Megan Rapinoe: The starlet of American Soccer

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Johnson-Thompson Won’t Defend Her Title at Prestigious Gotzis

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Justin Gatlin Takes Shots at Usain Bolt

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Lionel Messi - the best striker

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Manchester Unite must take Adidas and Nike kits on pre-season tour in the US

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Cristiano Ronaldo will play again for Manchester United

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Miami Open might see Serena playing

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Courtney Force Speaks of Motivation, Team Work and What Keeps her Active

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