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Jun 21, 2015; University Place, WA, USA; Rory McIlroy waves to the crowd after putting on the 18th green in the final round of the 2015 U.S. Open golf tournament at Chambers Bay. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

McIlroy suffers severe ankle injury ahead of British Open

6 July 2015

LONDON (Reuters) - Rory McIlroy's defence of golf's British Open has been thrown into doubt after he said on Monday that he had ruptured ankle ligaments in a friendly football match with his friends.

FIFA President Joseph Blatter (L) and Asian Football Confederation (AFC) President Shaikh Salman Bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa attend a news conference after an event celebrating the 100th anniversary of Hong Kong's Football Association in Hong Kong April 24, 2014. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

Asian football head lauds confederation after Japan run

6 July 2015

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian Football Confederation (AFC) president Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa wasted little time in praising the work of his organisation after Japan's runner-up showing at the women's World Cup.

Wambach coy on international future after World Cup win

6 July 2015

VANCOUVER (Reuters) - United States striker Abby Wambach was coy on her plans for the future on Sunday, saying just that she was proud of her team's win over Japan after finally hoisting the World Cup trophy for the first time in her 12-year career with the national squad.

Jul 5, 2015; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; United States players react as they receive the FIFA Women's World Cup trophy after defeating Japan in the final of the FIFA 2015 Women's World Cup at BC Place Stadium. The United States won 5-2. Mandatory Credit: Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Sports

Set-piece surprises pay off for Americans

6 July 2015

VANCOUVER (Reuters) - The 2015 Women's World Cup final will be defined by American Carli Lloyd's outrageous goal from the half-way line but it was two early set piece strikes devised on the training ground that left Japan on the ropes in the blink of an eye.

United States midfielder Carli Lloyd (10) celebrates with teammates after scoring against Japan during the first half of the final of the FIFA 2015 Women's World Cup  in Vancouver July 5, 2015.   Mandatory Credit: Michael Chow-USA TODAY Sports

Hat-trick hero Lloyd dreams big and wins World Cup

6 July 2015

VANCOUVER (Reuters) - Scoring three times in a Women's World Cup final would be a dream come true for most soccer players but not Carli Lloyd.

U.S. fans react as they watch the Women's World Cup final soccer match between USA and Japan, at the Underground Pub and Grill in Hermosa Beach, California July 5, 2015. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon

Lloyd wins Golden Ball as top player at World Cup

6 July 2015

VANCOUVER (Reuters) - United States captain Carli Lloyd capped her incredible performance in Sunday's women's World Cup final by winning the Golden Ball as the player of the tournament.

Jul 5, 2015; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; United States players react as they receive the FIFA Women's World Cup trophy after defeating Japan in the final of the FIFA 2015 Women's World Cup at BC Place Stadium. The United States won 5-2. Mandatory Credit: Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Sports

USA parties like it's 1999 after World Cup win

6 July 2015

DELRAN, New Jersey (Reuters) - There were only 200 people at Ott's Tavern in Carli Lloyd's tiny hometown of Delran but it probably had the most raucous celebration among the scores of Women's World Cup viewing parties held around the country.

U.S. usher in new era of dominance with World Cup win

6 July 2015

VANCOUVER (Reuters) - The United States ushered in a new era of dominance with their Women's World Cup triumph on Sunday, a victory that will do plenty to bring an already passionate American interest in the sport to unprecedented levels.

Jul 5, 2015; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; United States midfielder Carli Lloyd (10) celebrates with teammates after scoring against Japan during the first half of the final of the FIFA 2015 Women's World Cup at BC Place Stadium.  Michael Chow-USA TODAY Sports

Lloyd hat-trick inspires U.S. World Cup victory

6 July 2015

VANCOUVER (Reuters) - Carli Lloyd led from the front as the United States won the Women's World Cup for a third time with a crushing 5-2 victory over Japan on Sunday, the striker scoring the tournament's fastest ever hat-trick, including a spectacular long-range goal.

Factbox - Women's World Cup award winners

6 July 2015

(Reuters) - FIFA awarded the following awards after the conclusion of the Women's World Cup on Sunday:

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Malaysian Football

Super League

Selangor 1 Pahang 3
JDT 2 Police 1
Lions XII 3 Kelantan 0
Felda United 2 Sime Darby 2
Perak 2 Armed Forces 1
Terengganu 4 Sarawak 2

Malaysian Super League

   P  GD Pts
14 10 30
14 9 28
14 10 27
14 7 24
Felda United
14 4 22
14 2 21
Lions XII 
14 1 20
Terengganu 14 -5 17
Sarawak 14 -7 13
12 -9
Armed Forces
13 -8 10
Sime Darby
13 -16 4
UEFA Champions League

First qualifying round (To be played on June 30 & July 1 and July 7 & 8)

First leg: B36 Torshavn (Fro) 1 The New Saints (Wal) 2; Crusaders (Nrl) 0 FC Levadia Tallinn (Est) 0, Lincoln Red Imps (Gib) 0 FC Santa Coloma (And) 0, Pyunik (Arm) 2 Folgore (Smr) 1.

Second qualifying round (matches to be played on July 14 & 15 and July 21 & 22)

Hibernians FC (Mlt) v Maccabi Tel-Aviv FC (Isr), APOEL FC (Cyp) v FK Vardar (Mkd), Qarabag FK (Aze) v FK Rudar Pljevlja (Mne); FK Sarajevo (Bih) v KKS Lech Poznan (Pol); NK Maribor (Slo) v FC Astana (Kaz); FC BATE Borisov (Blr) v Dundalk FC (Irl); HJK Helsinki (Fin) v FK Ventspils (Lat), FC Midtjylland (Den) v Lincoln FC (Gib) or FC Santa Coloma (And); Molde FK (Nor) v FC Pyunik (Arm) or SS Folgore (Smr); Malmo FF (Swe) v FK Zalgiris Vilnius (Ltu); Celtic FC (Sco) v Stjarnan (Isl), FK AS Trencin (Svk) v FC Steaua Bucarest (Rom), FK Partizan (Srb) v FC Dila Gori (Geo), PFC Ludogorets Razgrad (Bul) v FC Milsami Orhei (Mda), CS Fola Esch (Lux) v GNK Dinamo Zagreb (Cro), KF Skenderbeu (Alb) v Crusaders FC (Nir) or FC Levadia Tallinn (Est); B36 Torshavn (Fro) or The New Saints FC (Wal) v Videoton FC (Hun)

*The winners of the second qualifying round will advance to the third qualifying round (to be played on August 18 & 19 and 25 & 26). The winners from the third round will advance to the tournament proper, which begins on Sept 15 & 16.

EPL Results & Standings

Final standings for season 2014/15

English Premier League

   P  GD Pts
Chelsea (c) (q)
38 41 87
Man City (q)
38 45 79
Arsenal (q)
38 35 75
Man United (q) 
38 25 70
Tottenham (e) 
38 5 64
Liverpool (e) 38 4 62
38 21 60
Swansea  38 -3
Stoke City  38 3 54
Crystal Palace 38 -4 48
38 -2 47
West Ham
38 -3 47
West Brom
38 -13 44
38 -9 41
Newcastle  38 -23 39
Sunderland 38 -22 38
Aston Villa 
38 -26 38
Hull (r) 38 -18 35
Burnley (r) 38 -25 33
QPR (r) 38 -31 30

(c) = champion (q) = qualify for Champions League (e) = qualify for Europa League (r) = relegated

NOTE: Bournemouth, Watford and Norwich promoted to the Premier League.

Upcoming EPL Fixtures

SEASON 2015/16

Saturday, Aug 8 - All matches at 10pm unless stated

Arsenal v West Ham
Bournemouth v Aston Villa 
Chelsea v Swansea 
Everton v Watford 
Leicester v Sunderland 
Man United v Tottenham 
Newcastle v Southampton 
Norwich v Crystal Palace 
Stoke v Liverpool 
West Brom v Man City

Saturday, Aug 15 - All matches at 10pm unless stated

Aston Villa v Man United
Crystal Palace v Arsenal
Liverpool v Bournemouth
Man City v Chelsea
Southampton v Everton
Sunderland v Norwich
Swansea v Newcastle
Tottenham v Stoke 
Watford v West Brom 
West Ham v Leicester 

Saturday, Aug 22 - All matches at 10pm unless stated

Arsenal v Liverpool 
Crystal Palace v Aston Villa 
Everton v Man City 
Leicester v Tottenham 
Man United v Newcastle 
Norwich v Stoke 
Sunderland v Swansea 
Watford v Southampton 
West Brom v Chelsea 
West Ham v Bournemouth 

Saturday, Aug 29 - All matches at 10pm unless stated

Aston Villa v Sunderland
Bournemouth v Leicester
Chelsea v Crystal Palace
Liverpool v West Ham
Man City v Watford
Newcastle v Arsenal
Southampton v Norwich
Stoke v West Brom
Swansea v Man United
Tottenham v Everton

** Denotes morning match

All matches in Malaysian time

Other Football Results

Women's World Cup

Final: USA 5 Japan 2

Copa America

Final: Chile 0 Argentina 0 (0-0 aet, Chile win 4-1 on penalty)

Third placing: Peru 2 Paraguay 0 


Asian Junior Championships

All Final

Boys’ singles: Lin Guipu (Chn) bt Seo Seung-jae (Kor) 21-16, 21-11.
Boys’ doubles: He Jiting-Zheng Siwei (Chn) bt Han Chengkai-Zhou Haodong (Chn) 21-19, 18-21, 21-18.
Girls’ singles: He Bing Jiao (Chn) bt Chochuwong Pornpawee (Tha) 21-16, 21-17.
Girls’ doubles: Du Yue-Li Yinhui (Chn) bt Chen Qingchen-Jia Yifan (Chn) 21-14, 18-21, 21-18.
Mixed doubles: Zheng Siwei-Chen Qingchen (Chn) bt Choi Jong-woo-Kim Hye-jeong (Kor) 21-8, 21-12.


Tour de France

Stage Two (166km): 1. Andre Greipel (Ger) Lotto 3’29:03, 2. Peter Sagan (Svk) Tinkoff – Saxo, 3. Fabian Cancellara (Swi) Trek, 4. Mark Cavendish (Bri) Etixx - Quick-Step, 5. Daniel Oss (Ita) BMC Racing, 6. Greg Van Avermaet (Bel) BMC Racing, 7. Chris Froome (Bri) Team Sky, 8. Tom Dumoulin (Ned) Giant, 9. Tony Martin (Ger) Etixx - Quick-Step, 10. Warren Barguil (Fra) Giant all same time, 11. Tejay van Garderen (US) BMC Racing 4 seconds behind, 12. Geraint Thomas (Bri) Team Sky, 13. Alberto Contador (Spa) Tinkoff – Saxo, 14. Rigoberto Uran (Col) Etixx - Quick-Step, 15. Tony Gallopin (Fra) Lotto all same time.

Leading General Classification: 1. Fabian Cancellara (Swi) Trek 3’44:01, 2. Tony Martin (Ger) Etixx - Quick-Step 3 seconds behind, 3. Tom Dumoulin (Ned) Giant 6, 4. Peter Sagan (Svk) Tinkoff – Saxo 33, 5. Geraint Thomas (Bri) Team Sky 35, 6. Daniel Oss (Ita) BMC Racing 42, 7. Rigoberto Uran (Col) Etixx - Quick-Step 42, 8. Tejay van Garderen (US) BMC Racing 44, 9. Greg Van Avermaet (Bel) BMC Racing 48, 10. Chris Froome (Bri) Team Sky 48, 11. Michael Rogers (Aus) Tinkoff – Saxo 53, 12. Zdenek Stybar (Cze) Etixx - Quick-Step 54, 13. Andre Greipel (Ger) Lotto 59, 14. Alberto Contador (Spa) Tinkoff – Saxo 60, 15. Tony Gallopin (Fra) Lotto 60.

Leading Points Classification: 1. Andre Greipel (Ger) Lotto 55, 2. Peter Sagan (Svk) Tinkoff - Saxo 39, 3. Fabian Cancellara (Swi) Trek 35, 4. Mark Cavendish (Bri) Etixx - Quick-Step 26, 5. Tony Martin (Ger) Etixx - Quick-Step) 25, 6. Tom Dumoulin (Ned) Giant 23, 7. Rohan Dennis (Aus) BMC Racing 20, 8. Jan Barta (Cze) BORA 20, 9. Stef Clement (Ned) IAM Cycling 17, 10. Daniel Oss (Ita) BMC Racing 16.



Third Round

Women’s singles: Timea Bacsinszky (Swi) bt Sabine Lisicki (Ger) 6-3, 6-2; Olga Govortsova (Blr) bt Magdalena Rybarikova (Svk) 7-6 (7-4), 6-3;  Madison Keys (US) bt Tatjana Maria (Ger) 6-4, 6-4; Jelena Jankovic (Srb) bt Petra Kvitova (Cze) 3-6, 7-5, 6-4; Agnieszka Radwanska (Pol) bt Casey Dellacqua (Aus) 6-1, 6-4; Caroline Wozniacki (Den) bt Camila Giorgi (Ita) 6-2, 6-2; Garbine Muguruza Blanco (Spa) bt Angelique Kerber (Ger) 7-6 (14-12), 1-6, 6-2; Monica Niculescu (Rom) bt Kristyna Pliskova (Cze) 6-3 7-5; Venus Williams (US) bt Aleksandra Krunic (Srb) 6-3, 6-2; Victoria Azarenka (Blr) bt Kristina Mladenovic (Fra) 6-4, 6-4; Zarina Diyas (Kaz) bt Andrea Petkovic (Ger) 7-6, 6-4; Lucie Safarova (Cze) bt Sloane Stephens (US) 3-6, 6-3, 6-1; Belinda Bencic (Swi) bt Bethanie Mattek Sands (US) 7-5, 7-5; Maria Sharapova (Rus) bt Irina Begu (Rou) 6-4, 6-3; Coco Vandeweghe (US) bt Samantha Stosur (Aus) 6-2, 6-0; Serena Williams (US) bt Heather Watson (Bri) 6-2, 4-6, 7-5.

Men’s singles: Marcel Granollers (Spa) bt Janko Tipsarevic (Srb) 6-3, 6-4, 6-2; Bernard Tomic (Aus) bt Jan Struff (Ger) 6-3, 3-6, 2-6, 6-2, 6-3; Tomas Berdych (Cze) bt Pablo Andujar (Spa) 4-6, 6-0, 6-3, 7-6 (7-3); Vasek Pospisil (Can) bt James Ward (Bri) 6-4, 3-6, 2-6, 6-3, 8-6; Ivo Karlovic (Cro) bt Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (Fra) 7-6 (7-3), 4-6, 7-6 (7-2), 7-6 (11-9); Roger Federer (Swi) bt Sam Groth (Aus) 6-4, 6-4, 6-7 (5-7), 6-2; Marin Cilic (Cro) bt John Isner (US) 7-6 (7-4), 6-7 (6-8), 6-4, 6-7 (4-7), 12-10; Viktor Troicki (Srb) bt Dustin Brown (Ger) 6-4, 7-6 (7-3), 4-6, 6-3; Roberto Bautista (Spa) bt Nikoloz Basilashvili (Geo) 7-6 (7-4), 6-0, 6-1; Novak Djokovic (Srb) bt Phillip Kohlschreiber (Ger) 6-4, 6-4, 6-4; Denis Kudla (US) bt Santiago Giraldo (Col) 6-2, 6-7 (3-7), 2-6, 6-1, 6-3; Kevin Anderson (Rsa) bt Leonardo Mayer (Arg) 6-4, 7-6 (8-6), 6-3; Stan Wawrinka (Swi) bt Fernando Verdasco (Spa) 6-4, 6-3, 6-4; David Goffin (Bel) bt Marcos Baghdatis (Cyp) 6-3, 6-4, 6-2; Richard Gasquet (Fra) bt Grigor Dimitrov (Bul) 6-3, 6-4, 6-4; Nick Kyrgios (Aus) bt Milos Raonic (Can) 5-7, 7-5, 7-6 (7-3), 6-3.


Greenbrier Classic

Leading final round scores (US unless stated) *won on second playoff hole: 267: Danny Lee* (Nzl) 63-69-68-67, David Hearn (Can) 68-64-68-67, Robert Streb 68-67-67-65, Kevin Kisner 67-69-67-64; 268: Russell Henley 70-66-69-63; 269: James Hahn 66-67-70-66, Greg Owen (Bri) 65-67-70-67, Andres Romero 67-67-68-67, Chad Collins 65-67-68-69, David Lingmerth (Swe) 67-70-64-68, Bryce Molder 68-64-67-70, Brendon Todd 65-69-67-68; 270: Tony Finau 68-67-68-67, J.J. Henry 68-66-69-67, Morgan Hoffmann 68-67-69-66, Scott Langley 62-69-74-65, Jason Bohn 69-69-61-71, Steven Bowditch (Aus) 68-68-67-67, Sean O’Hair 66-67-66-71, Shawn Stefani 69-67-67-67, Bubba Watson 67-68-68-67.

French Open

Leading final round scores: 271: Bernd Wiesberger (Aut) 68-72-66-65; 274: James Morrison (Eng) 71-68-68-67; 276: Jaco Van Zyl (Rsa) 68-71-64-73; 277: Martin Kaymer (Ger) 69-69-69-70; 279: Rafael Cabrera Bello (Spa) 68-70-72-69; 280: Brendan Steele (US) 72-69-67-72, Francesco Molinari (Ita) 70-69-70-71, Andy Sullivan (Eng) 71-70-69-70, Michael Lorenzo-Vera (Fra) 75-70-67-68; 281: Maximilian Kieffer (Ger) 70-70-65-76, Thongchai Jaidee (Tha) 70-74-65-72; 282: Victor Dubuisson (Fra) 68-70-69-75, Tyrrell Hatton (Eng) 71-68-69-74, Kristoffer Broberg (Swe) 72-69-68-73; 283: Richard Bland (Eng) 76-70-66-71, Soren Kjeldsen (Den) 71-73-69-70, Jorge Campillo (Spa) 70-73-71-69, Jake Roos (Rsa) 73-71-66-73, Marcus Fraser (Aus) 73-69-70-71; 284: Daniel Brooks (Eng) 73-66-70-75, An Byeong-hun (Kor) 71-73-69-71, Jamie Donaldson (Wal) 71-74-69-70, Fabrizio Zanotti (Par) 73-70-73-68; 285: Marcel Siem (Ger) 69-73-74-69, Gregory Bourdy (Fra) 69-72-74-70, Raphael Jacquelin (Fra) 73-71-73-68; 286: Jerome Lando-Casanova (Fra) 74-70-68-74, Mark Foster (Eng) 70-71-68-77, Julien Quesne (Fra) 73-73-73-67; 287: Peter Hanson (Swe) 72-71-68-76, Andrew Johnston (Eng) 73-71-68-75, Anirban Lahiri (Ind) 69-77-70-71.


British F1 Grand Prix

Race (52 laps): 1. Lewis Hamilton (Eng) Mercedes 1’31:27.729, 2. Nico Rosberg (Ger) Mercedes 1’31:38.685, 3. Sebastian Vettel (Ger) Ferrari 1’31:53.172, 4. Felipe Massa (Bra) Williams 1’32:04.568, 5. Valtteri Bottas (Fin) Williams 1’32:30.923, 6. Daniil Kvyat (Rus) Red Bull 1’32:31.684, 7. Nico Hulkenberg (Ger) Force India 1’32:46.473, 8. Kimi Raikkonen (Fin) Ferrari 1 lap behind, 9. Sergio Perez (Mex) Force India 1, 10. Fernando Alonso (Spa) McLaren 1, 11. Marcus Ericsson (Swe) Sauber 1, 12. Roberto Merhi (Spa) Marussia 3, 13. Will Stevens (Eng) Marussia 3.

Did Not Finish: Carlos Sainz Jr (Spa) Toro Rosso 31st lap, Daniel Ricciardo (Aus) Red Bull 21st, Max Verstappen (Ned) Toro Rosso 3rd.

Did Not Start: Romain Grosjean (Fra) Lotus, Pastor Maldonado (Ven) Lotus, Jenson Button (Eng) McLaren, Felipe Nasr (Bra) Sauber.

Drivers’ Standings: 1. Lewis Hamilton 194 points, 2. Nico Rosberg 177, 3. Sebastian Vettel 135, 4. Valtteri Bottas 77, 5. Kimi Raikkonen 76, 6. Felipe Massa 74, 7. Daniel Ricciardo 36, 8. Daniil Kvyat 27, 9. Nico Hulkenberg 24, 10. Romain Grosjean 17, 11. Felipe Nasr 16, 12. Sergio Perez 15, 13. Pastor Maldonado 12, 14. Max Verstappen 10, 15. Carlos Sainz Jr 9, 16. Marcus Ericsson 5, 17. Jenson Button 4, 18. Fernando Alonso 1.

Constructors’ Standings: 1. Mercedes 371 points, 2. Ferrari 211, 3. Williams 151, 4. Red Bull 63, 5. Force India 39, 6. Lotus 29, 7. Sauber 21, 8. Toro Rosso 19, 9. McLaren 5.


World League Semi-Finals

Final: Australia 1 Belgium 0

3rd-4th playoff: Britain 5 India 1

5th-6th playoff: Ireland 4 Malaysia 1

7th-8th playoff: Pakistan 1 France 2

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Sports Calendar


June 26-28: FINA Diving Grand Prix, Madrid, Spain.

June 8-14: Archery World Youth Championships, Yankton, US.

June 3-7: 21st Asian Athletics Championships, Wuhan, China.
June 7: IAAF Diamond League, Birmingham, England.
June 13: IAAF Diamond League, New York, US.

June 2-7: Indonesia Open Superseries, Jakarta, Indonesia.
June 16-21: US Open Badminton Championships, New York, US.

June 4 onwards: NBA Finals, USA/Canada.

June 6: UEFA Champions League final, Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany.
June 6- July 5: Women’s World Cup, Canada
June 11- July 14: Copa America, Chile.

June: Ice Hockey Stanley Cup Finals, venue TBA.
June 3-14: Men’s Field Hockey World League Semi-final 2, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
June 10-21: Women’s Field Hockey World League Semi-final 2, Valencia, Spain.
June 20-Jul 5: Men’s and Women’s Field Hockey World League Semi-final 1, Antwerp, Belgium.

June 4-7: The Memorial Tournament, Dublin, Ohio, US; Nordea Masters, Malmo, Sweden; Manulife LPGA Classic, Ontario, Canada
June 8-14: FedEx St. Jude Classic, Memphis, Tennessee, US
June 11-14: Lyoness Open, Atzenbrugg, Austria; Women’s PGA Championship, New York, US
June 18-21: US Open, Chambers Bay, University Place, Washington
June 25-28: BMW International Open, Munich, Germany
June 26-28: Walmart Championship (LPGA), Arkansas, US

May 24- June 6: Roland Garros, Paris, France
June 8-14: Aegon Open Nottingham, UK; Topshelf Open, Holland
June 15-21: Aegon Championships, London, England; Gerry Weber Open, Halle, Germany; Aegon Classic, Birmingham, England
June 21-27: Aegon International Eastbourne, UK
June 29- July 1: Wimbledon, London, England

June 7: MotoGP- Grand Prix de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain.
June 21: F1 - Austrian Grand Prix, Spielberg, Austria.
June 27: MotoGP - Motul TT Assen Grand Prix, Assen, Netherlands.

June 5-16: SEA Games, Singapore.


July 3-5: FINA Diving Grand Prix, Bolzano, Italy.
July 24- Aug 9: Swimming and diving World Championships, Kazan, Russia.

July 26- Aug 2: Archery - World Championships, Copenhagen, Germany.

July 15-19: IAAF World Youth Championships 2015, Cali, Colombia.
July 24-25: Diamond League, London, England.

July 14-19: Yonex Open Chinese Taipei, Taiwan.
July 21-16: Russia Open.

July 4-6: Le Tour de France, France.

July 4: Copa America Final, Santiago, Chile.
July 5: Women’s World Cup final, Vancouver, Canada.

July 6-12: John Deere Classic, Silvis, Illinois, US.
July 9-12: US Women’s Open, Pennsylvania, US.
July 16-19: The Open, St Andrews, England.
July 27-Aug 2: Quicken Loans National, Gainesville, Virginia, US.
July 30-2 Aug: Women’s British Open, Turnberry, Scotland.

July 25- Aug 4: World Junior Championships, Cairo, Egypt.

July 13-19: IPC World Championships, Glasgow, Scotland.

June 26-July: Wimbledon, UK. (Grand Slam)
July 17-20: Davis Cup Quarter-finals, various locations.
July 20-26: WTA Istanbul Cup, Turkey.
July 27-Aug 1: Hamburg Open, Germany.
July 27-Aug 2: Swiss Open, Gstaad, Switzerland.
July 27-Aug 2: WTA Zhonghong Jiangxi Intl Women’s Open, China

July 5: F1 - British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England.
July 26: F1 - Hungarian Grand Prix, Budapest, Hungary.
July 12: Moto GP - German Grand Prix, Sachsenring, Germany.


July 24- Aug 9 : Swimming and diving World Championships, Kazan, Russia.

July 26- Aug 2: Archery - World Championships, Copenhagen, Germany.
Aug 11-16: Archery World Cup Stage 3, Wroclaw. Poland.

Aug 22-30: IAAF World Championships, Beijing, China.

Aug 10-16: BWF World Championships, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Aug 24-30: Vietnam Open GP Gold, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Aug 10-16: Taiwan Open, Taiwan.
Aug 31- Sept 6: Hong Kong Open, Hong Kong.

Aug 8-9: Premier League and Football League season starts.
Aug 11: Uefa Super Cup, Tbilisi, Georgia.
Aug 31: Football transfer deadline day.

July 27-Aug 2: Quicken Loans National, Gainesville, Virginia, US.
July 30-2 Aug: Women’s British Open, Turnberry, England.
Aug 3-9: World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational, Akron, Ohio, US.
Aug 13-16: PGA Championship, Wisconsin, US.
Aug 17-23: Wyndham Championship, Greensboro, North Carolina, US.
Aug 20-23: Canadian Pacific Women’s Open, Vancouver, Canada.
Aug 24-30: The Barclays, Plainfield, New Jersey, US.
Aug 31-Sept 7: Deutsche Bank Championship, Norton, Massachusetts, US.

Aug 21-30: Men’s and women’s EuroHockey Championships, England

Aug 6-16: ISSF World Cup Rifle/Pistol/Shotgun, Gabala, Azerbaijan.

July 25- Aug 4: World Junior Championships, Cairo, Egypt.
Aug 5-9: Australian Open, Melbourne, Australia.

Aug 10-16: Coupe Rogers, Montreal, Canada.
Aug: 16-23: Western & Southern Open, Cincinnati, US.
Aug 31- Sept 19: US Open, New York, US.

Aug 9: MotoGP Indianapolis Grand Prix, Indianapolis, US.
Aug 16: MotoGP - Grand Prix Czech Republic, Brno, Czech Republic.
Aug 23: F1 - Belgian Grand Prix, Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium.
Aug 30: MotoGP - British Grand Prix, Silverstone, England.