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FIFA World Cup

FIFA World Cup
The 2014 FIFA World Cup will be played June 12 through July 13 in Brazil. The tournament features 32 teams at 12 venues in nine host cities. Spain won the 2010 World Cup, its first, and Italy won the 2006 cup, the country's fourth title. Full Coverage.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup will be played June 12 through July 13 in Brazil. The tournament features 32 teams at 12 venues in nine host cities. Spain won the 2010 World Cup, its first, and Italy won the 2006 cup, the country's fourth title. Full Coverage. « Show less

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  • Winter Equestrian Festival returns with more prize money

    Winter Equestrian Festival returns with more prize money
    The Winter Equestrian Festival is back at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center through March 29 with the largest purse of its 36-year run. "We've increased the prize money to $8 million," said Michael Stone, president of Equestrian Sport...
  • 2 US ski team prospects die, 4 escape unhurt in avalanche near training base in Austrian Alps

    Two prospects from the U.S. Ski Team were killed in an avalanche Monday while skiing near their European training base in the Austrian Alps. The team said Ronnie Berlack, 20, and Bryce Astle, 19, died in the incident near the Rettenbach glacier in the...
  • FIFA VP Prince Ali of Jordan to challenge Blatter for leadership of scandal-hit football body

    Sepp Blatter is facing a challenge from a 39-year-old Jordanian prince in his bid for a fifth term as president of soccer's scandal-tainted governing body. Declaring that "it is time for a change," FIFA vice president Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein...
  • US skiers competing at World Cup in Croatia join in mourning of teammates killed in avalanche

    David Chodounsky paid a fitting tribute to the two junior members of the U.S. ski team who were killed in an avalanche in Austria. Competing in the opening leg of a World Cup slalom race in Croatia on Tuesday, the American skied one of the best runs of...
  • U.S. remains 27th in FIFA world rankings

    The U.S. national soccer team will begin the new year where it ended the last one, ranked 27th in the world, according to the FIFA rankings released Thursday. There were few international matches played since the December rankings were announced, so...
  • Derrick Rose's slump extends to defensive end too

    Derrick Rose's slump extends to defensive end too
    There's an enduring image from this summer's FIBA World Cup in Spain of Derrick Rose in a tight, squat defensive stance, picking up his opponent full-court. Rose didn't clap or hike up his shorts, so this wasn't Michael Jordan and Gary Payton dueling in...
  • In shunning L.A., USOC turns down a gold-medal performer

    In shunning L.A., USOC turns down a gold-medal performer
    The U.S. Olympic Committee could have taken a big step toward bringing home the 2024 Summer Games on Thursday by nominating a diverse entertainment capital with perfect weather, sparkling venues, past Olympic experience and a welcoming public. Instead,...
  • Q&A with Galaxy Coach Bruce Arena

    Q&A with Galaxy Coach Bruce Arena
    The Galaxy's championship on Sunday marked a record fifth Major League Soccer title for Bruce Arena as coach, and it was his third title with the Galaxy. Arena, 63, has had a storied career, including coaching the U.S. team to the quarterfinals in the...
  • Sports TV and radio: Tuesday's 12/16 log (updated Monday PM)

    9 a.m.    Softball: May 1995: Bethel vs. Booker T. Washington.--LSC 48 11 a.m.    Football: Nov. 1999: Woodside vs. Bethel.-- LSC 48 1:30 p.m.    Football: Dec. 2006: Phoebus vs. Potomac.-- LSC 48 2:30 p.m.    Soccer: FIFA Club World Cup semifinal: Cruz...
  • Top Google searches of 2014: Robin Williams, World Cup, Ebola

    Top Google searches of 2014: Robin Williams, World Cup, Ebola
    Sorry Kim Kardashian, you didn't break the Internet this year. The honor of being the No. 1 trending search on Google actually went to Robin Williams. The Mountain View, Calif., search engine giant released its annual list of top trending items Tuesday....
  • FIFA ethics investigator quits role in World Cup probe

    FIFA ethics investigator quits role in World Cup probe
    Michael Garcia, a former U.S. attorney who oversaw an investigation into the award of World Cups to Qatar and Russia, resigned his role after soccer’s governing body rejected his appeal to release more of his findings. Garcia led a two-year...