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Barcelona thrashes Chelsea to win first Women’s Champions League title

Barcelona scored four first-half goals to defeat Chelsea 4-0 and capture the Women’s Champions League on Sunday for the first time. After taking the lead inside the first minute of the game in Gothenburg, Sweden, through Melanie Leupolz’s own goal, Barcelona never looked back and had all but wrapped up the title by halftime with…More

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson scores stoppage-time winner against West Bromwich Albion

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson scores stoppage-time winner against West Bromwich Albion

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson swapped saving goals for scoring one as his stunning stoppage-time header helped Liverpool defeat West Bromwich Albion 2-1 on Sunday. It’s the first time in the club’s history that a goalkeeper has scored a competitive goal, according to data site Opta, and the header sparked wild celebrations from Liverpool’s players. Alisson came…More

Kobe Bryant among Class of 2020 officially inducted into Basketball Hall of Fame

Kobe Bryant among Class of 2020 officially inducted into Basketball Hall of Fame

Kobe Bryant was officially inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2020 on Saturday night. “I wish my husband was here to accept this incredible award,” Bryant’s wife, Vanessa Bryant, said at the ceremony, as she was joined onstage by basketball legend Michael Jordan. “He and Gigi…More

Leicester City defeats Chelsea to win first FA Cup after late VAR drama

Leicester City defeats Chelsea to win first FA Cup after late VAR drama

Leicester City won the FA Cup for the first time thanks to a sensational strike from Youri Tielemans as a dramatic, late video assistant referee decision denied Chelsea an equalizer at Wembley Stadium on Saturday. It looked like Chelsea had leveled the scores with minutes left to play when Ben Chilwell’s cross bounced off defender…More

How organizers plan to make the Olympics happen

How organizers plan to make the Olympics happen

Despite protests from the public, skepticism from stakeholders and an ongoing state of emergency in Tokyo and other prefectures, organizers maintain that the Olympics will still go ahead later this year. Having already been postponed by a year, the Olympics are scheduled to run from July 23-August 8 and the Paralympics from August 24-September 5,…More

The Japanese city that’s rooting for South Sudan at the Olympics

The Japanese city that’s rooting for South Sudan at the Olympics

The first time Abraham Majok Matet Guem competed in a track race, he ran in his black school shoes. Guem — now a 21-year-old Olympian representing South Sudan — was so fast he quickly caught the eye of a coach, who bought him proper running shoes and sportswear. “I used those for some years, and…More

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