Rio welcomes world with Gisele, sultry music, plea for conservation

ESPN.com news services RIO DE JANEIRO — With fireworks forming the word “Rio” in the sky and supermodel Gisele Bundchen shimmering to the tune of “The Girl From Ipanema,” Rio de Janiero jubilantly welcomed the world Friday to the first Olympic Games in South America. After one of the roughest-ever rides from vote to Games […]

Jeff Gordon to replace Dale Earnhardt Jr. for next two races

Jeff Gordon is returning to Sprint Cup racing. He will replace Dale Earnhardt Jr. for the next two races. Earnhardt, who has concussion-type symptoms, will sit out Sunday’s race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the following race at Pocono on July 31. EDITOR’S PICKS McGee: Jeff Gordon’s return a feel-good story with an uneasy feeling […]

Jon Jones’ temporary suspension extended by NSAC

Brett Okamoto ESPN Staff Writer The Nevada State Athletic Commission extended a temporary suspension forJon Jones on Monday and revealed two banned substances the UFC star tested positive for. According to the NSAC’s complaint, an out-of-competition sample provided by Jones on June 16 tested positive for clomiphene, which is listed as an anti-estrogenic substance on […]

Gabby Douglas gets a superhero gymnast Barbie

Mattel skipped the flowers for Gabby Douglas, and instead celebrated the Olympian’s success at the U.S. gymnastics team’s trials this weekend with a Barbie of her likeness. The 2012 champion made the team, thankfully, despite some foibles through the trials and will be heading to Rio in August. To honor Douglas’ groundbreaking efforts, after she […]

Wimbledon: Classy Roger Federer ends Marcus Willis fairytale

LONDON: Seven-time champion Roger Federer ended the fairytale Wimbledon run of British qualifier Marcus Willis with an emphatic 6-0, 6-3, 6-4 victory on a packed Centre Court on Wednesday. For once though, the storyline belonged to his opponent as the 772nd-ranked underdog Willis, the talk of the tournament so far, basked in the limelight on […]

Pat Summitt, winningest coach in Division I history, dies at 64

ESPN.com news services Hall of Fame coach Pat Summitt, a pioneer of women’s college basketball who guided the Tennessee Volunteers to eight national titles in her 38 seasons at the university, died Tuesday morning. She was 64. Summitt led the Lady Vols to 1,098 victories — the most in Division I college basketball history (men […]

Every sports city in America ranked, from least to most depressing

By: Luke Kerr-Dineen usatoday.com The Cleveland Cavaliers’ 2016 NBA Championship victory didn’t just succeed in winning the city its first major sports championship since 1964, it also propelled Cleveland up the ranks of the general happiness standings. Before we begin, two caveats: Only cities that have at least one current NFL, NBA or MLB sports […]

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