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The Best Horse In The World? Arrogate Wins The $10 Million Dubai World Cup
A year ago today, Arrogate was an unraced three-year-old, nearly a month away from his first start, which took place at a small track in Southern California. He finished third, beaten less than a length. Today, Arrogate stands on top of the racing ...
Arrogate comes from last to win Dubai World Cup easilyESPN
Racing news and tips: Arrogate wins Dubai World Cup in stunning styleThe Guardian
Dubai World Cup: Arrogate wins $10m raceBBC Sport (press release) (registration) (blog)
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Los Angeles Times

Americans' attacking style in World Cup qualifying win shows the team has options
Los Angeles Times
Landon Donovan could be right. This could be the most talented U.S. men's national team ever. The claim made by the now-retired Donovan earlier this year elicited some snickers at the time, if not rolls of eyes. It was no secret he wasn't fond of ...
Clint Dempsey's Hat Trick Seals a Win and Steadies a World Cup CampaignNew York Times
Dempsey, Pulisic and Altidore impress; US boosts World Cup qualifying hopesESPN FC (blog)
World Cup Qualifying: Three takeaways as Dempsey, Pulisic help USA rout HondurasCBS (blog)
The Mercury News -New York Post -U.S. Soccer (press release) (registration) (blog) -SB Nation
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Ars Technica

Roam free: A history of open-world gaming
Ars Technica
Open-world video games bear the impossible promise—offering compelling, enjoyable open-endedness and freedom within the constraints of what is, by necessity of the medium, an extremely limited set of possible actions. These games provide a list of ...

Belgium 1-1 Greece: World Cup 2018 qualifier – as it happened
The Guardian
Eeh Bel Gium. That's a frustrating night for Roberto Martinez's team, and an excellent point for nine-man Greece. They would have won but for Romelu Lukaku's brilliant late goal. Thanks for your company; night. Facebook Twitter Google plus. Share.

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Lights go out around the world for 10th Earth Hour
The lights are being switched off around the world at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday evening, to mark the 10th annual Earth Hour, and to draw attention to climate change. The initiative began in Australia in 2007 as a grass roots gesture by the World Wildlife ...

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Justice League Trailer Unites the Team, and World
Warner Bros. has spent the past couple of days warming up the crowd for the big trailer with a series of posters and teasers, and hell if it hasn't been effective. In true Snyder style, the trailer looks big, bold, and beautiful (with the exception of ...
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Anthony Crolla v Jorge Linares: WBA world lightweight title fight – live!
The Guardian
Linares has won world titles at four different weights but has lost three fights by knockout – although the last was five years ago. Physically, there's very little to separate these two – Crolla weighed in at 9st 8lbs 8oz, with Linares four ounces ...
Linares vs Crolla II: Full preview of world lightweight championship rematchSkySports

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World looks to China for growth but it has its own problems at home
BOAO, China — China sought to expand its influence and clout over a four-day conference this week as it promised world and business leaders that it will keep its doors open even as the world's second-largest economy undertakes its own market and ...

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Gareth Bale's suspension could doom Wales' World Cup chances
Gareth Bale will be suspended for Wales' upcoming World Cup qualifier against Serbia, which is a big blow to their chances of making it to Russia. Bale picked up a yellow card in Wales' 0-0 draw with Ireland on Friday, which triggered an automatic ...
Wales' Gareth Bale suspended for crucial World Cup qualifier vs. SerbiaESPN FC
Republic of Ireland 0-0 Wales: World Cup 2018 qualifier – as it happenedThe Guardian
Gruesome tackle breaks footballer's leg in World Cup qualifier (GRAPHIC VIDEO, PHOTOS)RT
Wide World of Sports -Liverpool Echo
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The Verge

Call of Duty could be going back to its World War II roots
The Verge
During an earnings call in February, video game publisher Activision announced that it would be taking its Call of Duty franchise “back to its roots,” fueling speculation that the next entry would be returning to the Second World War. Now, leaked ...
Rumor: Call of Duty is headed back to World War II, according to supposed leakPC Gamer

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