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The heat at Wimbledon on Wednesday caused a ball boy to collapse, a player to feel "dizzy" and thermometers to rise to record levels for the tournament.
The secretary general of the Confederation of African Football says FIFA Senior Vice President and African soccer head Issa Hayatou will present the trophy at…
The Minnesota Wild finished a drawn-out negotiation with Mikael Granlund by locking up the center with a two-year deal on Wednesday.
The Wild re-signed its No. 1 center and is close to re-signing two local depth players.
Players can agree to deals at any time but can't sign until July 9, after a moratorium period while next season's salary cap that's expected to be around $68 million is set.