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Rain suspends 1st round of US Open

FARMINGDALE, New York (AP) - The first round of the U.S. Open started Thursday and it won't end until at least Friday.

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Lance Armstrong wins small race in California

NEVADA CITY (California): Lance Armstrong won the Nevada City Classic on Sunday, holding off teammate Levi Leipheimer in the challenging one-day race in the Sierra Nevada foothills.

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Wimbledon briefs

Briefs from Wimbledo on: Roddick exposed, Fatherly advice and Old man exits

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Cycling: Armstrong, old-school racing on tap at 2009 Tour

PARIS: France's anti-doping crusaders are stockpiling needles for testing blood and cups for sampling urine, and two new books on Lance Armstrong have just been released in France.

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Passing Shots

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Armstrong proves his credentials by climbing to third overall

LA GRANDE MOTTE (France): Seven-times champion Lance Armstrong proved his Tour de France credentials once again when he climbed to third overall following a spectacular third stage yesterday.

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Tour de France: Calm day for Armstrong and Contador

The truce between Lance Armstrong and Alberto Contador continued through Wednesday's 11th stage of the Tour de France, with the two main contenders enjoying a peaceful ride on a day marred by several crashes.

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Tour de France: Armstrong looks forward to climbing again

Lance Armstrong is ready to climb again, ready to leave the pack at the Tour de France after days of flat riding that belonged to sprinters.

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Barcelona has initial agreement for Ibrahimovic

BARCELONA: Barcelona reached an initial agreement with Inter Milan to sign striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic on Friday in a deal that could also send striker Samuel Eto'o and midfielder Aleksandr Hleb to the Italian champions.

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Cycling: Armstrong fumes as old chum misses Tour yellow

BESANCON, France (AP): Lance Armstrong was unfazed about slipping to fourth place at the Tour de France. Instead, he was riled that his former lieutenant, George Hincapie, was deprived of the yellow jersey - allegedly by a rival U.S. team.