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Alaphilippe to defend his title at World Championships after crash in Vuelta

Julian Alaphilippe will defend his road race title at the World Championships in Wollongong, Australia, the French Cycling Federation confirmed on Tuesday, moreover, earlier in the month he had dislocated his right shoulder in a crash in the Vuelta a Espana. Alaphilippe’s participation had been in doubt after the QuickStep-AlphaVinyl rider suffered a crash in stage 11 on the Vuelta.

Real Madrid signs off season with profit of 13 million euros

Spanish club Real Madrid closed the 2021-22 financial year with a 13 million euros profit, although, the COVID-19 pandemic still had an impact on revenues. However, the club had managed to remain in profit over the three financial years affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, it added.

AC Milan investor raises hands on freezing the club sale in Italian court

Blue Skye Financial Partners, which is a minor investor in Italian Football clubs AC Milan, has dropped efforts in an Italian court to try to suspend the 1.2-billion-euro on sale of the club. Earlier this month U.S. private equity fund RedBird Capital Partners announced it had closed a deal to buy AC Milan from U.S. fund Elliott.

NBA puts fines; suspends Suns owner Robert Sarver

The NBA has suspended Phoenix Suns managing partner Robert Sarver for a year and has ordered a fine on him of $10 million on Tuesday for bringing a toxic work environment. Although, the league launched an independent investigation last November after an ESPN report alleged of racist and sexist remarks made by Sarver during the years, he has owned the franchise.

World Cup fever on or birth of problems before the main event

“Stop! Can’t you see the metro station is full? Stop!” a strained supervisor screamed as green-vested marshals linked arms to contain thousands of fans streaming from the stadium that will host FIFA’s World Cup final in Qatar. After all midnight and hours of waiting, nearly 80,000 people had been filing out of the stadium after a near-capacity match tested the Arab nation’s preparations for the tournament, which kicks off from November 20.

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