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  • APC named ‘Cup’, Menara ‘Plate’ champions

    Defending “Cup” champion APC United was too hot to handle, as it thrashed the WPP Wizards by 8 wickets to lift the “Cup” for the third straight year. Meanwhile in the “Plate” finals, Menara comfortably beat the Jakarta Barbarians by 4 wickets to lift the “Plate” on Sunday in Cibubur, East Jakarta.

  • RI shuttlers win two titles at Taipei Open

    Indonesian shuttlers brought home two titles from the Chinese Taipei Open Grand Prix Gold 2014 on Sunday.

  • Goin’ with the wind blows

    Tiger Woods of the US throws grass to check the wind direction before playing off the 4th tee during the first day of the British Open Golf championship at the Royal Liverpool golf club, Hoylake, England, on Thursday. (AP/Scott Heppell)

  • Elation

    France's Tony Gallopin manages to stay ahead of the spring pack, rear, as he crosses the finish line to win the eleventh stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 187.5 kilometers (116.5 miles) with start in Besancon and finish in Oyonnax, France, on Wednesday. (AP/Peter Dejong)

  • Suarez's initial absence no tragedy for Barcelona

    Barcelona coach Luis Enrique is not overly concerned about the absence of new signing Luis Suarez for the early part of the upcoming season as the Uruguayan serves his biting ban from the World Cup.

  • Argentina's gutsy World Cup team is welcomed home

    Argentina's national team was welcomed home Monday by thousands of fans celebrating its gutsy performance in the World Cup final.

  • Brazil rethinks future after World Cup failure

    The World Cup held potential disaster for Brazil — the country, not the team.

  • United against Wizards in final

    In the Apple Coal T20 2013-14 “Cup” finals, APC United will take on WPP Wizards, while Menara Devils will clash with Jakarta Barbarians in the “Plate” finals on July 20. Coincidentally, all four teams belong to Group A.

  • Brazil protests fizzled, but roots of anger remain

    The protesters who many feared would wreck Brazil's World Cup party failed to show up. While the national team fell short of claiming the coveted championship, the country at least can say the tournament that wraps up with Sunday's title game has gone off with only scattered demonstrations.

  • Soccer diplomacy? Putin, Poroshenko at WCup final

    It just might be a case of soccer diplomacy.