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Win or lose, athletes still living the life we can only dream of

Comment by JOASH EE DE SILVA
GROWING up, I always had a strong passion for sports and I had aspirations of becoming a professional athlete.

Mbappe, the footballing prodigy heading for the moon

(Reuters) - Even in his early teens when cutting a dash at the French national football centre in Clairefontaine, it appears young Kylian Mbappe was intoxicated by the distant allure of playing at the very highest level.

I don't need to win another Wimbledon, says Serena

LONDON (Reuters) - If Serena Williams wanted to sound like someone who did not really care whether she won another Wimbledon or not, telling the world she just wanted to have fun, nobody was fooled on Thursday.

South Africa intent on not returning home as 'losers'

(Reuters) - Being told not to return home as "losers" by their country's sports minister merely reflects the passionate desire of all South Africans for a maiden World Cup triumph, captain AB de Villiers said on Saturday.

Sounds like F1 is on right track - Mosley

LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One is on the right track with its new V6 turbo engines and the governing body can ignore criticism from those in the sport pushing their own agendas, according to former FIA president Max Mosley.

Goal-shy West Ham in talks to bring in new striker

(Reuters) - West Ham United are in talks about bringing in a new striker to bolster their misfiring forward line after another shot-shy display against bottom side Sunderland left them with a fifth 0-0 draw of the season and heightened their relegation concerns.

Jacquelin ties record with 12-birdie blitz

BELEK, Turkey (Reuters) - Frenchman Raphael Jacquelin equalled the European Tour record for the most birdies in a round on Saturday, reeling off 12 in a course record 10-under-par 62 at the Turkish Airlines Open.

Nike, Adidas lead suppliers' battle for gold

HERZOGENAURACH, Germany/LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. market leader Nike and German rival Adidas are locked in their own Olympic battle to boost athletes' performance and squeeze maximum value out of next month's Games in London.

Nike, Adidas lead suppliers' battle for gold

HERZOGENAURACH, Germany/LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. market leader Nike and German rival Adidas are locked in their own Olympic battle to boost athletes' performance and squeeze maximum value out of next month's Games in London.

Tway shoots 63 to lead Greater Hickory Classic

CONOVER, North Carolina (AP) - Bob Tway birdied the 18th hole for a 9-under 63 and a one-stroke lead Friday after the first round of the Champions Tour's Greater Hickory Classic.