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  • UEFA president against cross-confederation World Cup bids

    DUBLIN (AP) - UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin says he is against different confederations combining to host the World Cup. Spain has floated the idea of bidding for the 2030 World Cup along with Portugal and Morocco. Ceferin says he is also irritated that the plan came from politicians rather than ...

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  • UEFA president against cross-confederation World Cup bids

    UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin says he is against different confederations combining to host the World Cup. Spain has floated the idea of bidding for the 2030 World Cup along with … Click to Continue

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  • American men set world record in short-course relay

    The men's 4-x-100-meter freestyle relay team from the United States set a world record Tuesday in winning gold at the world short-course swimming championships. Two-time Olympic gold medalist Caeleb Dressel,

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  • Women's World Cup draw set in Paris amid unrest

    The 24 teams that qualified for the Women's World Cup are set to learn their opponents for the tournament's group stage next summer in France. Saturday's draw for soccer's most prestigious event is taking place inside La Seine Musicale, a dome-shaped concert hall perched over the river

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  • Women's World Cup draw set in Paris amid unrest

    PARIS (AP) - The 24 teams that qualified for the Women's World Cup are set to learn their opponents for the tournament's group stage next summer in France. Saturday's draw for soccer's most prestigious event is taking place inside La Seine Musicale, a dome-shaped concert hall perched over the river

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  • Britain and Ireland given major boost for World Cup bid

    A proposed British and Irish bid for the 2030 World Cup received a major boost on Monday as the president of Uefa voiced strong opposition to Spain joining forces with Morocco on a rival campaign.

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  • Jeff Van Gundy has Americans on brink of World Cup berth

    The challenge that Jeff Van Gundy accepted 16 months ago was a daunting one: Take a group of G League players, and turn them into a team that would be good enough to earn USA Basketball a spot in next year's FIBA World Cup. by Tim Reynolds

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