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Andrea Fuentes made a dramatic rescue when she saw artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez sink motionless to the bottom of the pool at the world championships on Wednesday.
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Artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez was dramatically rescued from the bottom of the pool by Team USA's head coach after fainting in a distressing scene at the World Aquatics Championships.
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The New York Knicks reportedly held exploratory conversations about a potential trade of power forward Julius Randle.
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"The 28-year-old defender may be new to the USWNT, but she has plenty of experience under her belt in the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL). The North Carolina Courage left- ...
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A look back at the trades and signings to create cap room in New York for the free agent guard.
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The Atlanta Braves will look for their second straight win in a National League East series when they battle the host Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday. In a 5-3 victory Tuesday, Atlanta's Matt Olson crushed a pair of solo home runs while Travis ...
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Photo: Launch! This Tuesday, 28, Colo-Colo beat Internacional by 2-0. The teams faced each other at Monumental, in Santiago, for the first leg of the round of 16 of the Copa Sudamericana. Solari and Lucero scored for the Chileans.
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Tampa Bay center fielder Kevin Kiermaier expects to return from a left hip injury Friday night at Toronto, a welcome development for the injury-plagued Rays.
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On June 29, 1613, London's original Globe Theatre, where many of Shakespeare's plays were performed, was destroyed by a fire sparked by a cannon shot during a performance of “Henry VIII.” 1927 — The first trans-Pacific airplane flight was completed as ...
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With needs in several areas, uncertainty about Harper's return and one eye on 2023, what are the Phillies willing to do at this deadline?
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The United States looked unconvincing in attack but fringe players got some game time before qualifying for the Women's World Cup begins next week.
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Serena Williams brushed off any talk of retirement on Tuesday by insisting she is “motivated” to play at the US Open later this year despite a shattering Wimbledon defeat. “The US Open was the place where I won my first Slam, it's super-special.
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Moriah Jefferson put up the fourth triple-double of the WNBA season on Tuesday night against the Wings -- who had cut her after the first game of the season.
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Top stories from around the region today include a Delaware man who stabbed his friend's dog in Chester County will claim an insanity defense, police in Montgomery County bust home with 37 pounds of drugs and the Phillies lose power in loss to Braves.
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Here was a 40-year-old mother fighting her eyeballs out for three-plus hours on Centre Court, trying to somehow win a professional tennis singles match after not playing one for a full year. She came close — desperately close — to pulling it off.
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Detroit Tigers' Miguel Cabrera hits a single against the San Francisco Giants during the first. Castro did his part in the next inning with a base hit that scored Riley Greene, but Detroit ended ...
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