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  • UFC 141 live results: Lesnar vs. Overeem

     
    One of the biggest pay-per-view events of the year, UFC 141 is headlined by a heavyweight attraction between former UFC champion Brock Lesnar and Strikeforce, Dream and K1 champion Alistair Overeem. In the co-feature, colorful personalities with...
  • Judo officials reach accord with Saudis over Olympian's hijab

     
    Judo officials say they’ve reached an agreement with the Saudi Olympic committee to ensure that one of the first Saudi women to compete in the Olympics is able to stay in the games.The International Judo Federation said last week that Wodjan...
  • Flight from Aleppo, Syria: Bodies, shelling and chaos

     
    The bodies of soldiers were strewn along the airport road. Gasoline was not available or was prohibitively expensive. A catastrophic battle loomed between armed rebels and government forces. It was time to get out of Aleppo, Syria. “It was very bad,...
  • Arafat's widow files lawsuit to press for probe into his death

     
    The widow of Yasser Arafat filed a lawsuit in France on Tuesday charging that the Palestinian leader was poisoned to death by an unknown person or persons labeled X, a move designed to press French officials to investigate....
  • Syrian city of Aleppo awaits 'mother of all battles'

     
    Fears of massacre in Syrian city of Aleppo: As Syrian troops rebel reinforcements converged on the northern city of Aleppo, a pro-government newspaper warned that the “mother of all battles” was looming for the nation’s commercial...
  • Saudi judo athlete can't wear head scarf in Olympic competition

     
    A Saudi woman vying for Olympic glory cannot wear her head scarf during judo competitions, the International Judo Federation said Thursday, a decision bound to stir up alarm in her country....
  • Paying It Forward In Camp Hill

    Paying It Forward In Camp Hill
    A lot of people might ask, what would a kid do with $200? But one Pay it Forward giver wants to give the money to an 11-year-old girl from Camp Hill. "She's one of those understanding people who works hard and she is not obnoxious, she doesn't get a lot...
  • Glen Burnie woman has Olympic aspirations in judo

    Glen Burnie woman has Olympic aspirations in judo
    Christina Salmond always wanted to make it back into a judo dojo. After leaving the sport following her senior year of high school to "go to college, get my degree and go on with my life," the 32-year-old Glen Burnie resident swore she would one day...
  • Chivitchian 'TUF' enough for UFC

    In the spring of 1999, the sport of mixed martial arts was hardly a blip on the radar and the organization that would flourish presenting it — the Ultimate Fighting Championship — was in its darkest days, scrambling to stay afloat and...
  • Kung-fu fighting comes to town

    Kung-fu fighting comes to town
    The creator of a martial arts museum in Burbank says the new attraction will give the public the back-story on how the martial arts came to America and offer hands-on experiences that will help people learn about Asian culture. The nonprofit Martial Arts...
  • A coach and combatant

    GLENDALE — For Alberto Crane, a veteran of 18 mixed-martial-arts bouts and countless grappling tournaments, his next fight — a three-round welterweight tilt against veteran Gabe Rivas at King of the Cage's Turning Point card today —...