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Olympic champion’s abuse claim triggers debate in Greece

Greek Olympic sailing champion Sofia Bekatorou appeared before a public prosecutor in Athens Wednesday in relation to sexual assault accusations she made that have ignited a nationwide debate on misconduct … Click to Continue »

Augusta ex-pharmacist pardoned by Trump on health care fraud

A former Georgia pharmacist convicted of health care fraud is among 73 people pardoned by outgoing President Donald Trump. John Duncan Fordham of Augusta was convicted in 2005 of one … Click to Continue »

Houston event off as men’s tennis tour makes schedule tweaks

The U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championship in Houston was canceled for the second year in a row because of the coronavirus pandemic, part of a series of changes to the … Click to Continue »

Premier League clubs agree to trial concussion substitutes

Concussion substitutes will be trialled in the Premier League in response to mounting concern over head injuries, clubs agreed Wednesday. Teams will be allowed to make up to two additional … Click to Continue »

The Latest: College of Charleston postpones four games

The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world: ___ The College of Charleston has postponed its remaining four games in January due to a … Click to Continue »

Dream close to being sold, taking Loeffler out of WNBA

The Atlanta Dream are close to being sold, ending defeated U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler’s contentious stint as a WNBA owner. “As it relates to the Atlanta Dream, we understand a … Click to Continue »

Atalanta held to 1-1 draw at struggling Udinese in Serie A

Atalanta missed the chance to go third in Serie A after being held to a 1-1 draw at relegation-threatened Udinese in a rearranged match on Wednesday. Udinese stunned Atalanta by … Click to Continue »

Colts QB Rivers, 39, retires from NFL after 17 seasons

When Philip Rivers first started tossing footballs as a high-school ball boy, he heaved them any way he could. The throwing motion stuck — and success soon followed. Rivers used … Click to Continue »

New dates scheduled for Sweet Sixteens. Will Jefferson County schools take part?

The dates for Kentucky’s boys’ and girls’ state high school basketball tournaments have been set and it looks like teams from Jefferson County Schools will at last get their chance … Click to Continue »

Heralded freshman Treasure Hunt was ‘baptized by fire’ in Kentucky’s time of need

After scoring 12 points in the University of Kentucky women’s basketball team’s season-opening win over Murray State, freshman guard Treasure Hunt seemed to get lost in the shuffle. She scored … Click to Continue »

Kentucky baseball releases SEC schedule. Wildcats to play 30 conference games.

The University of Kentucky baseball team released the Southeastern Conference portion of its 2021 schedule on Tuesday. The Wildcats will play 10 series and a total of 30 SEC games … Click to Continue »

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