LaVine climbs highest to repeat as Slam Dunk champion

Zach LaVine of the Minnesota Timberwolves overcame Aaron Gordon of the Orlando Magic to repeat as the NBA Slam Dunk champion on Saturday after both impressed with gravity-defying displays of athleticism and imagination.

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Magical Mickelson moves two ahead at Pebble Beach

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Thirteen European FAs pledge FIFA backing to Infantino

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Rupp, Cragg win U.S. Olympic marathon trials

Olympian Galen Rupp made his marathon debut in memorable style, racing away from 40-year-old Meb Keflezighi to win the U.S. Olympic trials on a hot Saturday in Los Angeles.

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FIFA candidate Salman says FIFA to stay in Zurich: interview

ZURICH FIFA presidential candidate Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa plans to keep the world soccer body's headquarters in Zurich and retain the name "FIFA" if he wins the race for the game's top job later this month.

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