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Members of the media stand in front of the entrance of the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland, May 30, 2015.  REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann

United States asks Swiss to extradite seven in FIFA inquiry

3 July 2015

ZURICH/GENEVA (Reuters) - The United States has asked Switzerland to extradite seven FIFA officials arrested in an investigation into a global bribery scandal at football's governing body, the Swiss Federal Office of Justice (FOJ) said on Thursday.

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Portugal winger Nani to have Fenerbahce medical

3 July 2015

(Reuters) - Portugal winger Nani is set to join Fenerbahce from Manchester United with the Turkish club saying negotiations were underway and he will be in Istanbul on Sunday for a medical.

Referees in unwanted spotlight ahead of World Cup final

3 July 2015

VANCOUVER (Reuters) - A run of controversial calls has raised worries that officiating has not kept pace with the quality of play at the Women's World Cup, putting an unwanted spotlight on referees ahead of Sunday's final.

 Luiz Adriano  at National stadium Mane Garrincha in Brasilia January 18, 2015. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino

Shakhtar sell record scorer Luiz Adriano to Milan

3 July 2015

MILAN (Reuters) - Shakhtar Donetsk have sold their all-time leading scorer Luiz Adriano to AC Milan for eight million euros (6 million pounds), the Ukrainian club announced on Thursday.

Jul 1, 2015; Edmonton, Alberta, CAN; Japan midfielder Mizuho Sakaguchi (6) and England forward Toni Duggan (18) fight for the ball during the first half in the semifinals of the FIFA 2015 Women's World Cup at Commonwealth Stadium.  Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports

Japan, U.S. have revenge on their minds in World Cup final

3 July 2015

EDMONTON (Reuters) - Defending champions Japan and the rival United States are gearing up for the Women's World Cup final in Vancouver on Sunday where both teams will have the added motivation of trying to avenge a past loss to the other.

Football gatecrashes Britain's summer sporting parties

3 July 2015

LONDON (Reuters) - Soccer gatecrashed Britain's summer sporting party scene on Thursday when West Ham United kicked off their season just 39 days after their last competitive match with a satisfactory 3-0 win over Andorran part-timers FC Lusitans in the Europa League.

Jun 30, 2015; Montreal, Quebec, CAN; United States defender Becky Sauerbrunn (4) watches the the ball while defended by Germany forward Celia Sasic (13) during the first half of the semifinals of the FIFA 2015 Women's World Cup at Olympic Stadium. Jean-Yves Ahern-USA TODAY Sports

Germany's Sasic, Angerer up for World Cup golden honours

3 July 2015

VANCOUVER (Reuters) - Germany's Celia Sasic, who missed a penalty in their semi-final loss to the United States, and goalkeeper Nadine Angerer were among the finalists for the Women's World Cup awards announced on Thursday.

We won’t man-mark Messi, Chile’s captain says

3 July 2015

SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chile will not try to man-mark Argentina’s playmaker Lionel Messi out of the Copa America final but will concentrate on playing their own quick-fire passing game, captain and goalkeeper Claudio Bravo said on Thursday.

Analysis - Can the spirit of the women's game survive its growth in popularity?

3 July 2015

For those weary of players diving in the penalty area, rolling around on the pitch after minor fouls or brandishing imaginary yellow cards in the referee’s face, the Women’s World Cup has been a breath of fresh air.

Journeyman Vargas could be key for Chile

3 July 2015

If Chile are to beat Argentina in the Copa America final they might need something special from striker Eduardo Vargas, who has had a restless club career but who thrives when he pulls on his country's red shirt.

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Results and Fixtures

Malaysian Football

Super League

Pahang 1 JDT 1
Sime Darby FC 1 Perak 3
Sarawak 0 Felda United 2
Selangor 2 Terengganu 0
Police 2 Lions XII 1


Malaysian Super League

   P  GD Pts
Pahang 
13 8 27
JDT 
13 8 25
Selangor 
13 9 24
Perak 
13 9 24
Felda United
13 4 21
Police 
13 3 21
Lions XII 
13 -2 17
Terengganu 13 -7 14
Sarawak 13 -5 13
Kelantan
11 -6
11
Armed Forces
12 -7 10
Sime Darby
12 -16 3
UEFA Champions League

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

First leg: 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
Southampton
38 21 60
Swansea  38 -3
56
Stoke City  38 3 54
Crystal Palace 38 -4 48
Everton
38 -2 47
West Ham
38 -3 47
West Brom
38 -13 44
Leicester
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

Semi-finals: Germany 0 USA 2, Japan 2 England 1.

Copa America

Semi-finals: Chile 2 Peru 1, Argentina 6 Paraguay 1. 

Badminton

Canada Open

FINALS

Men's singles: Lee Chong Wei (Mas) bt Angus Ng Ka Long (Hkg) 21-17, 21-13.

Men's doubles: Li Junhui-Liu Yuchen (Chn) bt Huang Kaixiang-Wang Sijie (Chn) 17-21, 21-12, 21-18.

Women's singles: Michelle Li (Can) bt Kaori Imabeppu (Jpn) 21-17, 25-23.  

Women's doubles: Jwala Gutta-Ashwini Ponnappa (Ind) bt Eefje Muskens-Selena Piek (Ned) 21-19, 21-16. 

Mixed doubles: Reginald Lee Chun Hei-Chau Hoi Wah (Hkg) bt Andrei Adistia-Vita Marissa (Ina) 21-16, 21-18.

Cycling

Tour of Switzerland

Stage Nine (38.4 km individual time trial): 1. Tom Dumoulin (Ned) TGA 48:36, 2. Simon Spilak (Slo) KAT 18 seconds behind, 3. Fabian Cancellara (Sui) TFR 19, 4. Adriano Malori (Ita) MOV 34, 5. Geraint Thomas (Bri) SKY 36, 6. Bob Jungels (Lux) TFR 41, 7. Jerome Coppel (Fra) IAM 44, 8. Cameron Meyer (Aus) 1:07, 9. Rafal Majka (Pol) TIN 1:26, 10. Robert Gesink (Ned) 1:32.

Leading final standings: 1. Simon Spilak (Slo) KAT 30’15:09, 2. Geraint Thomas (Bri) SKY 5 seconds behind, 3. Tom Dumoulin (Ned) TGA 19, 4. Thibaut Pinot (Fra) FDJ 45, 5. Domenico Pozzovivo (Ita) AG2R 2:21, 6. Bob Jungels (Lux) TFR 2:58, 7. Miguel Angel Lopez (Col) AST 3:06, 8. Steve Morabito (Sui) FDJ 3:17, 9. Robert Gesink (Ned) LNL 3:19, 10. Rafal Majka (Pol) TIN 3:20.

Tennis

Wimbledon

Second Round

Women’s singles: Jelena Jankovic (Srb) bt Evgeniya 6-7 (4-7), 6-1, 6-3; Sabine Lisicki (Ger) bt Christina McHale (US) 2-6, 7-5, 6-1; Petra Kvitova (Cze) bt Kurumi Nara (Jpn) 6-2, 6-0; Magdalena Rybarikova (Svk) bt Eketarina Makarova (Rus) 6-2, 7-5; Caroline Wozniacki (Den) bt Denisa Allertova (Cze) 6-1, 7-6 (8-6); Angelique Kerber (Ger) bt Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (Rus) 7-5, 6-2; Timea Bacsinzky (Swi) bt Silvia Soler-Espinosa (Spa) 6-2, 6-1; Garbine Murugaza (Spa) bt Mirjana Lucic-Baroni (Cro) 6-3, 4-6, 6-2; Olga Govortsova (Blr) bt Alize Cornet (Fra) 7-6 (8-6), 2-6, 6-1; Camila Giorgi (Ita) bt Lara Arruabarrena (Spa) 6-0, 7-6 (7-5); Irina Begu (Rom) bt Lesia Tsurenko (Ukr) 7-5, 6-7 (7-4), 7-5; Maria Sharapova (Rus) bt Richel Hogenkamp (Ned) 6-3, 6-1; Zarina Diyas (Kaz) bt Aliaksandra Sasnovich (Bel) 7-5, 6-1; CoCo Vandeweghe (US) bt Karolina Pliskova (Cze) 7-6 (7-5), 6-4; Samantha Stosur (Aus) bt Urszula Radwanska (Pol) 6-3, 6-4; Serena Williams (US) bt Timea Babos (Hun) 6-4, 6-1; Heather Watson (Bri) bt Daniela Hantuchova (Svk) 6-4, 6-2; Venus Williams (US) bt Yulia Putinsteva (Kaz) 7-6 (7-5), 6-4; Bethanie Mattek-Sands (US) bt Ana Ivanovic (Srb) 6-3, 6-3; Andrea Petkovic (Ger) bt Mariana Duque-Marino (Col) 6-3, 6-1; Aleksandra Krunic (Srb) bt Sara Errani (Ita) 6-3, 7-6 (7-2) , 6-2; Belinda Bencic (Swi) bt Anna Lena-Friedsam (Ger) 7-5, 4-6, 6-0; Victoria Azarenka (Blr) bt Kirsten Flipkens (Bel) 6-3, 6-3; Kristina Mladenovic (Fra) bt Jelena Ostapenko (Lat) 6-4, 7-5; Sloane Stephens (US) bt Lauren Davis (US) 6-4, 6-4; Elizaveta Kulichkova (Rus) bt Yanina Wickmayer (Bel) 3-6, 7-8 (8-6), 10-8; Lucie Safarova (Cze) bt Hsieh Su-Wei (Tpe) 6-2, 6-3.

Men’s singles: Roger Federer (Swi) bt Sam Querrey (US) 6-4, 6-2, 6-2; Leonardo Mayer (Arg) bt Marcel Granollers 6-3, 7-6 (7-4), 6-3; Andy Murray (Bri) bt Robin Haase (Ned) 6-1, 6-1, 6-4; Nikoloz Basiliashvili (Geo) bt Feliciano Lopez (Spa) 7-5, 3-6, 6-3, 2-6, 6-4; James Ward (Bri) Jiri Vesely (Cze) 6-2, 7-6 (7-4), 3-6, 6-3; Roberto Bautista Agut (Spa) bt Benoit Paire (Fra) 2-6, 4-6, 6-3, 6-3, 6-3; Sam Groth (Aus) bt James Duckworth (Aus) 7-5, 6-4, 7-8 (8-6); Nick Kyrgios (Aus) bt Juan Monaco (Arg) 7-6 (7-5), 6-3, 6-4; John Isner (US) bt Matthew Ebden (Aus) 6-2, 7-6 (10-8), 6-4; Novak Djokovic (Srb) bt Jarkko Nieminen (Fin) 6-4, 6-2, 6-3; Grigor Dimitrov (Bul) bt Steve Johnson (US) 7-6 (10-8), 6-2, 7-6 (7-2); Bernard Tomic (Aus) bt Pierre-Hugues Herbert (Fra) 7-6 (7-3), 6-4, 7-6 (7-5); David Goffin (Bel) bt Liam Broady (Bri) 7-6 (7-3), 6-1, 6-1; Santiago Giraldo (Col) bt Kei Nishikori (Jpn) – walkover; Richard Gasquet (Fra) bt Kenny De Schepper (Fra) 6-0, 6-3, 6-3; Marin Cilic (Cro) bt Ricardas Berankis (Ltu) 6-3, 4-6, 7-6 (8-6), 4-6, 7-5; Milos Raonic (Can) bt Tommy Haas (Ger) 6-0, 6-2, 6-7 (5-7), 7-6 (7-4); Stan Wawrinka (Swi) bt Victor Estrella Burgos (Dom) 6-3, 6-4, 7-5; Kevin Anderson (Rsa) bt Marsel Ilhan (Tur) 6-7 (5-7), 7-6 (8-6), 6-4, 6-4; Fernando Verdasco (Spa) bt Dominic Thiem (Aut) 5-7, 6-4, 5-7, 6-3, 6-3; Marcos Baghdatis (Cyp) bt John Milman (Aus) 6-5 (5-7), 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-4; Denis Kudla (US) bt Alexander Zverev (Ger) 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 (7-2), 6-4.

Golf

BMW International Open

Leading final round scores (Britain and Ireland unless stated): 271: Pablo Larrazabal (Spa) 70-66-69-66; 272: Henrik Stenson (Swe) 67-71-69-65; 273: Chris Paisley 69-67-66-71; 274: Kiradech Aphibarnrat (Tha) 67-71-68-68, Retief Goosen (Rsa) 68-70-69-67, Carlos del Moral (Spa) 69-71-65-69; 275: Peter Hanson (Swe) 69-68-67-71, Michael Hoey 69-65-71-70; 276: Daniel Gaunt (Aus) 65-73-70-68, David Howell 69-70-72-65; 277: Ross Fisher 71-69-67-70, Tommy Fleetwood 67-74-69-67, David Horsey 70-68-69-70, Rafael Cabrera Bello (Spa) 65-67-74-71, James Morrison 67-66-67-77, Thongchai Jaidee (Tha) 68-67-68-74; 278: Morten Orum Madsen (Den) 71-69-71-67, Bradley Dredge 69-68-70-71, Simon Wakefield 71-70-69-68; 279: Victor Dubuisson (Fra) 72-67-67-73, Hennie Otto (Rsa) 71-69-71-68, Magnus A Marlsson (Swe) 70-68-72-69, Pedro Oriol (Spa) 70-71-68-70, Darren Clarke 70-71-69-69, Marcel Schneider (Ger) 68-70-71-70, Julien Quesne (Fra) 68-71-72-68.

Travelers Championship

Leading final round scores (US unless stated): 264: *Bubba Watson 62-67-68-67, Paul Casey (Bri) 67-68-64-65; 265: Brian Harman 66-65-65-69; 266: Graham DeLaet (Can) 67-66-64-69; 267: Carl Pettersson (Swe) 65-66-70-66; 268: Zach Johnson 65-70-64-69; 269: Luke Donald (Bri) 68-68-67-66, Bo Van Pelt 70-68-65-66, Mark Wilson 66-68-67-68; 270; Jon Curran 67-67-67-69, Ken Duke 69-68-67-66, Jason Gore 64-68-69-69, Brandt Snedeker 68-68-63-71, Chris Stroud 65-67-68-70; 271: Mark Anderson 67-71-65-68, Steven Bowditch 68-68-69-66, Martin Laird (Bri) 70-67-67-67, Nicholas Thompson 66-67-70-68, Brendon  Todd 67-70-67-67.

Arkansas LPGA

Leading final round scores (US unless stated): 198: Choi Na-yeon (Kor) 66-63-69; 200: Mika Miyazato (Jpn) 66-67-67; 201: Stacy Lewis 68-65-68, Anna Nordqvist (Swe) 65-66-70, Azahara Munoz (Spa) 65-70-66; 202: Paula Creamer 67-69-66, Lydia Ko (Nzl) 70-69-63, Lee Min-jee (Aus) 68-66-68; 203: Cristie Kerr 69-68-66, Mariajo Uribe (Col) 66-69-68, Amy Yang (Kor) 65-68-70, Marina Alex 66-69-68.

Bali national Golf Championship

Leading final round scores: 276: Matthew Giles (Aus) 68-69-70-69; 277: Lindsay Renolds (Can) 69-70-70-68; 279: Sutijet Kooratanapisan (Tha) 71-73-69-66; 280: Hsieh Chi-hsien (Tpe) 67-70-71-72; 281: Micah Lauren Shin (US) 69-72-69-71; 283: Khalin Joshi (Ind) 67-71-74-71, William Sjaichudin (Ina) 69-73-70-71; 285: Arie Irawan (Mas) 71-71-69-74; 286: George Gandranata (Ina) 75-70-71-70, Mitsuhiko Hashizume (Jpn) 70-72-72-72, Jordan Sherratt (Aus) 70-69-74-73, Himmat Rai (Ind) 73-69-70-74, Sean Riordan (Nzl) 67-74-70-75, Jake Stirling (Aus) 68-67-73-78.

Motorsport

Dutch Motorcycle Grand Prix

MotoGP

Race: 1. Valentino Rossi (Ita) Yamaha 40:54.037, 2. Marc Marquez (Spa) Honda 1.242 seconds behind, 3. Jorge Lorenzo (Spa) Yamaha 14.576, 4. Andrea Iannone (Ita) Ducati 19.109, 5. Pol Espargaro (Spa) Yamaha Tech3 24.268, 6. Cal Crutchlow (Bri) Honda LCR 24.373, 7. Bradley Smith (Bri) Yamaha Tech3 24.442, 8. Dani Pedrosa (Spa) Honda 24.656, 9. Aleix Espargaro (Spa) Suzuki 26.725, 10. Maverick Vinales (Spa) Suzuki 27.238.

Leading overall standings: 1. Valentino Rossi (Ita) 163 points, 2. Jorge Lorenzo (Spa) Yamaha 153, 3. Andrea Iannone (Ita) Ducati 107, 4. Marc Marquez (Spa) Honda 89, 5. Andrea Dovizioso (Ita) Ducati 87, 6. Bradley Smith (Bri) Yamaha Tech3 77, 7. Cal Crutchlow (Bri) Honda LCR 57, 8. Pol Espargaro (Spa) Yamaha Tech3 56, 9. Maverick Vinales (Spa) Suzuki 52, 10. Dani Pedrosa (Spa) Honda 47.

Moto2

Race: 1. Johann Zarco (Fra) Kalex 26:13.410, 2. Tito Rabat (Spa) Kalex 0.757 seconds behind, 3. Sam Lowes (Bri) Speed Up 2.080, 4. Alex Rins (Spa) Honda 3.738, 5. Thomas Luthi (Swi) Kalex 4.530,6. Xavier Simeon (Bel) Kalex 5.045, 7. Jonas Folger (Ger) Kalex 6.140, 8. Mika Kallio (Fin) Kalex 8.105, 9. Alex Marquez (Spa) Honda 8.376, 10. Simone Corsi (Ita) Kalex 9.670.

Leading overall standings: 1. Johann Zarco (Fra) 159 points, 2. Tito Rabat (Spa) 114, 3. Sam Lowes (Bri) 96, 4. Thomas Luthi (Swi) 89, 5. Alex Rins (Spa) 87, 6. Jonas Folger (Ger) 75, 7. Franco Morbidelli (Ita) 62, 8. Xavier Simon (Bel) 59, 9. Mika Kallio (Fin) 43, 10. Julian Simon (Spa) 40.

Moto3

Race: 1. Miguel Oliveira (Por) KTM 37:54.427, 2. Fabio Quartararo (Fra) Honda 0.066 seconds behind, 3. Danny Kent (Bri) Honda 0.117, 4. Jorge Navarro (Spa) Honda 0.179, 5. Romano Fenati (Ita) KTM 0.252, 6. Enea Bastianini (Ita) Honda 0.526, 7. Brad Binder (Rsa) KTM 0.540, 8. Karel Hanika (Cze) KTM 21.406, 9. Niccolo Antonelli (Ita) Honda 21.472, 10. John McPhee (Bri) Honda 21.663.

Leading overall standings: 1. Danny Kent (Bri) 165 points. 2. Enea Bastianini (Ita) 108, 3. Miguel Oliveira (Por) 102, 4. Romano Fenati (Ita) 86, 5. Efren Vazquez (Spa) 76, 6. Fabio Quartararo (Fra) 74, 7. Brad Binder (Rsa) 66, 8. Isaac Viales (Spa) 64, 9. Francesco Bagnaia (Ita) 55, 10. Niccolo Antonelli (Ita) 49.

Hockey

World League Semi-Finals

Quarter-final fixtures (Wednesday) - All Malaysian time

Australia 4 Ireland 1, Pakistan 1 Britain 2, Malaysia 2 India 3, Belgium 5 France 4.

Ninth Placing: China 2 Poland 3.

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Sports Calendar

June

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

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

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

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

BASKETBALL
June 4 onwards: NBA Finals, USA/Canada.

FOOTBALL
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.

HOCKEY
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.

GOLF
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

TENNIS
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

MOTORSPORTS
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.

MULTI-SPORTS
June 5-16: SEA Games, Singapore.

July

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

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

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

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

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

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

GOLF
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.

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

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

TENNIS
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

MOTORSPORTS
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.

August

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

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

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

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

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

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

GOLF
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.

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

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

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

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

MOTORSPORTS
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.

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