JOHN LEICESTER

Blaszczykowski goal cements Poland's place in last 16

MARSEILLE, France — Poland will play Switzerland in the last 16 of the European Championship with a big question hanging over its... Read more

Doping, thugs, what next from Russia?

SAINT-DENIS, France - First athletics, now football. With Russia, the problems continue to mount. Read more

Breaking doping bans, Kenyans race on regardless

NAIROBI, Kenya - For some Kenyan runners, a doping ban isn't a total ban. Read more

Stars live monkishly at Kenyan running camp

KAPTAGAT, Kenya - The hand-written roster - misspelled "rosta" - tells the runners when it's their turn for communal chores. Stephen Kiprotich's name is on it. So is Eliud Kipchoge's. Read more

If this is war, should sports be put on hold?

PARIS - If, as the French prime minister says, Europe really is at war following the terror attacks on Paris and now Brussels, then a logical next step might be to put major sports events on hold, just as it did during the World Wars. Read more

Doping report: Corruption was 'embedded' in IAAF

MUNICH — Track and field’s governing body was corrupted from the inside by a “powerful rogue group” led by its president, and... Read more

New findings in scandal concern anti-doping firm

PARIS — Findings reported by The Associated Press that track and field officials contemplated hiding the full extent of Russian... Read more

Chris Froome wins 2nd Tour

PARIS - All for one, one for all, and all bathed in yellow. Read more

Geschke wins, Froome stays safe on Stage 17 in Alps

BARCELONNETTE, France - Simon Geschke of the Giant-Alpecin team won a tough and dangerous Stage 17 of the Tour de France in the Alps on Wednesday with a brave solo ride, while former champion Alberto Contador fell during a terrifying high-speed descent. Read more

At Ryder Cup, Europe greater than its parts

GLENEAGLES, Scotland - Throw together some Englishmen with a Frenchman, a German and a Spaniard and you've got what sounds like the start of a joke. Read more

Brazil World Cup killed 'beautiful game'

BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil - Because it is turning out better than expected, the World Cup is doing more good than harm to brand Brazil. The opposite is true for Brazil's brand of football. Read more

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