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Article Image News Link • Global, Benjamin Hochman

It was a lazy, hazy Monday night at Coors Field, and between innings fans were quietly chatting and sipping sodas when a man suddenly stood from his seat and shouted, "FIRE O'DOWD!" Read more: Relentless Rockies losing has Coors Field frustrated

Article Image News Link • Global, By Oliver Pickup

The 400-metre world record holder, Michael Johnson, believes disabled athletes who use prosthetic limbs should not be allowed to compete in able-bodied races, as it has not been disproved whether or not it provides them with an "unfair advantage".

Article Image News Link • Global, Cork Gaines

By winning Wimbledon this weekend, Roger Federer (30) became the first man in his 30s to do so since Arthur Ashe (31) in 1975. How did it pull it off? Federer can still hit shots that other players wouldn't even dare attempt.

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