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College World Series: 16 regional hosts selected for 2018 NCAA baseball tournament
NCAA.com
The committee will set the entire 64-team bracket through both the super regionals and the first round of the Men's College World Series and will not reseed the field after play begins. Selection of the eight super regional hosts will be announced on www.

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Financial Times

The Jabberwocky world of bitcoin
Financial Times
Last week Small Talk followed Clear Leisure, a small Aim-listed company, into the Jabberwocky world of bitcoin where words — whether hash, sat or shilling — have entirely new meanings. In cryptocurrency land, a nonce is apparently a 32-bit field ...



BBC News

World Cup 2018: Being black in Russia
BBC News
Less than 1% of Russia's 144 million people are black. Over the years, human rights organisations have reported numerous racist attacks. What is life like for those who are black and Russian, especially ahead of next month's World Cup and influx of ...
Nigerian Footballers Banned From Having Sex With Russian Women at 2018 World CupSputnik International

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ESPN (blog)

Mexico to use Wales friendly as preparation, to help trim World Cup roster down to 23
ESPN (blog)
LOS ANGELES -- Mexico's mindset is fixed on winning the World Cup. That's the message from the players ahead of El Tri's friendly against Wales on Monday at the Rose Bowl and just three weeks out from Mexico's World Cup opener against Germany on ...

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The Guardian

How Fortnite conquered the world
The Guardian
By March, however, there was only legal inaction, and Fortnite had, among the world's children at least, overtaken Battlegrounds as the game of the moment. This success is due to a variety of factors. For one, Epic Games is one of the industry's oldest ...

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ESPN

The case for all eight teams in the Women's College World Series
ESPN
College softball's historic power base is responsible for half of the teams in the Women's College World Series. Pitching is, in fact, resurgent. Twelve of the top 20 individual ERAs in the country are on their way to Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City.

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ESPN

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah 'confident' of playing in World Cup
ESPN
Mohamed Salah is confident of playing for Egypt in the World Cup next month, despite being forced off through injury as Liverpool lost to Real Madrid in the Champions League final on Saturday. Salah departed in the first half after injuring his ...
Mohamed Salah injury update: Liverpool forward 'confident' of being fit for World Cup 2018 with EgyptThe Independent
Liverpool's Mohamed Salah 'confident' he will be fit for World Cup with EgyptSkySports
World Cup 2018: Mohamed Salah 'confident' of playing for Egypt despite Champions League final injuryBBC Sport
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ESPN (blog)

Marcelo's performances for Brazil at the World Cup will define his Selecao legacy
ESPN (blog)
But more than a decade later, he is still very much a left-back, has played there for years in the world's best club side and will do so for Brazil in Russia. Though it is very possible to imagine him rounding off his career with a spell back in ...

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ESPN

World Cup TV guide: Australia channels, kick-off times, dates and schedule
ESPN
The FIFA World Cup kicks off in Russia on June 14 with Australia taking on the rest of the globe in football's showpiece event. For the first time in history, a Socceroos group-stage match will be telecast during prime-time -- with Bert van Marwijk's ...

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Newshub

Athletics: Former world record holder Dick Quax dies
Newshub
Former world 5000 metres record holder and Auckland councillor Dick Quax has died of cancer, aged 70. Born Theodorus Jacobus Leonardus Quax, he was best known as one of the legenday trio of 'Flying Kiwis' - along with John Walker and Rod Dixon ...

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