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BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina's presidential race looks set to go down to the wire, with the first batch of polls showing incumbent Mauricio Macri and center-left challenger Alberto Fernلndez neck-and-neck.
(Reuters) - Francesco Molinari said this year's Open will be "extra special" as he prepares to try and defend the Claret Jug at Royal Portrush, the first time the tournament has been played on Northern Irish soil for 68 years.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One leader Lewis Hamilton is backing Ferrari rival Sebastian Vettel to shrug off a run of poor form and mistakes after another nightmare weekend in Britain.
LONDON (Reuters) - Champions England were the most represented with four players in the World Cup team of the tournament announced by the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday, with New Zealand's Kane Williamson captaining the side.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentine President Mauricio Macri is making an election race comeback, bolstered by a stronger peso and glimmers of economic revival as the South American nation looks to escape from a biting recession.
SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - Even if he insisted revenge was not on his mind, Charles Leclerc gave Max Verstappen a taste of his own medicine in another thrilling duel between the talented 21-year-olds at the British Grand Prix on Sunday.
CAIRO (Reuters) - A bizarre own goal in extra time handed Senegal a 1-0 victory over Tunisia in the drama-filled first of Sunday’s Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals, securing them a place against either Algeria or Nigeria in Friday’s decider.
SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton wrote a new chapter in British Grand Prix history on Sunday with a record sixth home win that he ranked as one of the best and proudest days of his life.
BRIOUDE, France (Reuters) - Thibaut Pinot is heading into the second week of the Tour de France as the best placed of the pre-race favourites but his Groupama-FDJ team manager knows there is still a long way to go.