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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's threat to boycott the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham over shooting's absence in the programme has intensified after the country's Olympic association sought approval from the sports ministry for such a move.
GWANGJU, South Korea (Reuters) - Another day, another controversy at the world swimming championships, with American Lilly King's disqualification from the women's 200 metres breaststroke on Thursday proving the latest headache for governing body FINA.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Sam Cane will lead the All Blacks in their opening Rugby Championship match against Argentina next week in Buenos Aires, continuing the loose forward's remarkable return from a broken neck.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Rohit Sharma's red-hot form has prompted India captain Virat Kohli to reinvent himself as India's middle-overs orchestrator, a role he is ready to reprise in Tuesday's World Cup semi-final against New Zealand, the 30-year-old said on Monday.
SAO PAOLO (Reuters) - Lionel Messi was sent off before halftime and then angrily hit out at "corrupt" tournament organisers after Argentina beat Chile 2-1 to win a bad-tempered third-place playoff at the Copa America on Saturday.
MADRID (Reuters) - Atletico Madrid have ordered Antoine Griezmann to report for pre-season training despite him declaring two months ago he was leaving the club, as they accused the France striker of showing them a lack of respect for negotiating a move to Barcelona.
BERN (Reuters) - Switzerland women's international Florijana Ismaili has been confirmed dead following a swimming accident on Lake Como in Italy, the Swiss football federation said on Tuesday.
LYON, France (Reuters) - United States striker Alex Morgan celebrated her 30th birthday with the winning goal as the three-times World Cup winners defeated England 2-1 on Tuesday in a thrilling semi-final.
LONDON (Reuters) - If being world number one brings the burden of pressure and expectation then somebody should tell Ash Barty, who began her first Grand Slam at the summit of the women's game at Wimbledon on Tuesday and loved every minute of it.