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We have weapons to beat Uruguay - Portugal coach Santos

SARANSK, Russia (Reuters) - Portugal coach Fernando Santos brushed aside various video assistant referee (VAR) decisions and a sub-par performance from Cristiano Ronaldo to stress his players achieved their main goal in a 1-1 draw with Iran by qualifying for the World Cup last 16.


Stressed Messi enduring a World Cup of nightmares

NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia (Reuters) - As an excited Diego Maradona twirled his shirt from the stands and thousands of Argentina fans bayed before kickoff against Croatia, Lionel Messi was seen rubbing his forehead in stress.


Rugby - Ireland sweat on Henshaw injury after Italian stroll

DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland may have to complete their bid for a Six Nations title without centre Robbie Henshaw but are more hopeful about prop Tadhg Furlong after the pair were injured in an otherwise stress-free 56-19 win over Italy on Saturday.


Everton's Lennon cannot wait to return to action

(Reuters) - Everton' Aaron Lennon cannot wait to "kick on", the midfielder said, after recovering from a stress-related illness and returning to pre-season training with the Premier League club last week.


Everton's Lennon returns to pre-season training

(Reuters) - Everton midfielder Aaron Lennon has returned to action in pre-season training after missing the latter stages of the last campaign to recover from a stress-related illness.


'Macho' players need help fighting mental health issues - Gascoigne

(Reuters) - Former England midfielder Paul Gascoigne, who has spent several spells in rehab battling alcohol and drug addiction, has called for more help for players dealing with stress-related issues.


All Blacks lock Tuipulotu cleared of doping - NZ Rugby

(Reuters) - Relieved All Blacks lock Patrick Tuipulotu is keen to plunge back into the fray of competitive rugby after suffering a doping scare, even as authorities investigate the botched testing process that left him sleepless and under stress.


Hosts must overcome nerves to make winning start

LIBREVILLE (Reuters) - Hosts Gabon must overcome nerves and a little-known opponent as they seek to get off to a winning start when the African Nations Cup finals opens with two matches on Saturday. “There is a lot of pressure but it’s a positive to be playing at home. We have some stress but also a lot of determination,” Gabon defender Bruno Ecuele Manga said on the eve of their match against newcomers Guinea Bissau.


New qualifying format should shake up starting grid

BARCELONA (Reuters) - A new qualifying format will shake up the Formula One starting grids this season, adding to the stress on teams and drivers and making races more exciting, strategists said on Wednesday.


Felix fixes formula for rare 200-400m Olympic bid

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Allyson Felix is honing in on her quest for a rare shot at gold in both the 200 and 400 metres at the Rio Olympics, tailoring her training to simulate the stress of her bid and leaning some who have achieved the feat.