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    F1 2017

    Japanese GP Qualifying Vetterl will start in P2 due Bottas 5 place grid penalty
  2. CAF Group C Mali 0-0 Ivory Coast CONCACAF USA 4-0 Panama Mexico 3-1 Trinidad Tobago
  3. UEFA Group D Republic of Ireland 2-0 Moldova Georgia 0-1 Wales Austria 3-2 Serbia Group I Croatia 1-1 Finland Kosovo 0-2 Ukraine Turkey 0-3 Iceland Group G Liechtenstein 0-1 Israel Italy 1-1 FYR Macedonia Spain 3-0 Albania Spain have qualified to the 2018 World Cup Qualified Teams: Russia, Brazil, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Belgium, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Germany, England and Spain
  4. Conmebol Bolivia 0-0 Brazil Venezuela 0-0 Uruguay Argentina 0-0 Peru Chile 2-1 Ecuador Colombia 1-2 Paraguay
  5. UEFA Group C Northern Ireland 1-3 Germany Azerbaijan 1-2 Czech Republic San Marino 0-8 Norway Group E Armenia 1-6 Poland Montenegro 0-1 Denmark Romania 3-1 Kazakhstan Group F England 1-0 Slovenia Malta 1-1 Lithuania Scotland 1-0 Slovakia Qualified Teams: Russia, Brazil, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Belgium, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Germany and England
  6. England and Germany have qualified for 2018 World Cup
  7. AFC Play-offs (winner advance to interconfederation play-offs against CONCACAF hexagonal's 4thplace ) Syria 1-1 Australia return leg oct 10
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    FIFA World Cup 2030

    Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay to make 2030 World Cup bid BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay say they will make a joint bid to host soccer's centenary World Cup in 2030. The presidents of the three South American countries made the announcement Wednesday at the presidential palace in Buenos Aires. Bidding is not due to open for at least another four years, but the nations are already expected to face stiff competition. European soccer federations will be eligible to bid, while China is also expected to express interest in hosting the tournament. http://www.theeagle.com/sports/argentina-paraguay-uruguay-to-make-world-cup-bid/article_231a7106-3ad1-5a10-9318-f9643f682946.html
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    F1 2017

    Verstappen wins at Sepang
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    F1 2017

    Malaysian Qualifying Hamilton takes poke, Vettel will start at back due engine failure
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    Euro 2020

    Dublin to stage European Qualifiers draw on 2 December 2018 The Convention Centre Dublin will be the venue for the UEFA EURO 2020 qualifying draw on 2 December 2018. All 55 UEFA member nations will be involved in the European Qualifiers running from March to November 2019. The ten groups of five or six teams will decide 20 finalists, with the remaining four contenders emerging from the play-offs, for which teams will qualify via the new UEFA Nations League. European Qualifiers: how they work UEFA EURO 2020 : all you need to know UEFA Nations League: full guide UEFA selected the Republic of Ireland as the venue for this draw following an invitation to bid issued to the host cities of the final tournament of this unique European Football Championship. UEFA EURO 2020 marks the 60th anniversary of UEFA's prestigious national-team competition, and matches will be hosted in 13 cities across Europe on a one-off basis. The Irish capital is set to stage three group games and one round of 16 tie at the Dublin Arena. The other host cities for UEFA EURO 2020 will be Amsterdam, Baku, Bilbao, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Glasgow, London, Munich, Rome and Saint Petersburg. UEFA http://www.uefa.com/uefaeuro-2020/news/newsid=2503882.html
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    Rugby World Cup 2023

    World Rugby hails RWC 2023 bids 2017-09-25 20:31 Cape Town - World Rugby chairperson Bill Beaumont hailed the Rugby World Cup 2023 bids after the three unions presented their vision and plans in London on Monday. The bid teams from France, Ireland and South Africa were each given 30 minutes to present their hosting proposition to Council members before fielding questions from them. "Today represented an important and exciting milestone in the host selection process for Rugby World Cup 2023," said Beaumont. "It’s clear from the presentations that we have three exceptionally strong, impressive and exciting bids with full government support. Each, I believe, is capable of hosting a superb Rugby World Cup. "I would like to thank our friends from the respective union bid teams for their hard work, commitment and for sharing their vision and detailed hosting plans. My Council colleagues and I have much to consider and we look forward to the outcome of the thorough and independent evaluation process next month before we consider and select the Rugby World Cup 2023 host union." A key phase in the three-stage host selection process, the presentations follow the submission of detailed bids for detailed evaluation and analysis by World Rugby and independent experts. Within their submissions, the candidates were required to outline their vision and mission for hosting rugby’s global showcase event. This included confirmation of guarantees from governments and other appropriately empowered entities, the hosting agreement and detailed responses to core hosting requirements in line with World Rugby’s seven hosting objectives: - Venues and infrastructure commensurate with a top-tier major event - Comprehensive and enforceable public and private sector guarantees - A commercially successful event with a fully funded, robust financial model - Operational excellence through an integrated and experienced delivery team - A vision that engages and inspires domestic and international audiences and contributes to the growth of rugby at all levels - An enabling environment of political and financial stability that respects the diversity of Rugby World Cup’s global stakeholders - An environment and climate suited to top-level sport in a geography that allows maximum fan mobility All bids are currently being reviewed in detail by a specialist technical review group, evaluated against weighted criteria and will feature independent economic, financial and commercial assessment by expert advisors. The Sports Consultancy is independently assessing the group’s application of the evaluation criteria to ensure a fair and consistent approach to the decision-making process. A recommendation will then be made by the Rugby World Cup Board on October 31, before Council votes to select the host union for Rugby World Cup 2023 at its November 15 meeting. http://www.sport24.co.za/Rugby/SouthAfrica2023/world-rugby-hails-rwc-2023-bids-20170925
  13. 2014-15 Champions League Round of 16 Draw Round of 16 draw: 17 February & 11 March Paris Saint-Germain (FRA) v Chelsea FC (ENG) FC Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR) v FC Bayern München (GER) 18 February & 10 March FC Schalke 04 (GER) v Real Madrid CF (ESP) FC Basel 1893 (SUI) v FC Porto (POR) 24 February & 18 March Manchester City FC (ENG) v FC Barcelona (ESP) Juventus (ITA) v Borussia Dortmund (GER) 25 February & 17 March Bayer 04 Leverkusen (GER) v Club Atlético de Madrid (ESP) Arsenal FC (ENG) v AS Monaco FC (FRA) • FULL SCHEDULE Road to Berlin Quarter-final draw: 20 March Quarter-finals: 14/15 & 21/22 April Semi-final draw: 24 April Semi-finals: 5/6 & 12/13 May Final (Olympiastadion, Berlin): 20.45CET, 6 June
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    Tokyo 2020 News - General

    ^these are "Tokyo Tourist Volunteers" new uniforms, based on the checkerboard pattern taht is used for Tokyo Olympic Logo very nice BTW
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    F1 2017

    Perfect day for Hamilton today, victory no 60 in F1 and 28 points clear in driver's championship crazy start!
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    F1 2017

    Perez to race with Force India in 2018 Force India have confirmed that Sergio Perez will continue racing with the team in 2018. The contract extension means the Silverstone-based squad will field an unchanged driver line-up next season, with Perez again driving alongside Esteban Ocon. ... https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/headlines/2017/9/perez-to-race-with-force-india-in-2018.html
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    The IOC Membership

    IOC elects eight new Members The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has today elected eight new Members as well as a new Vice-President and three new Members of its Executive Board during the IOC Session. Ms Anita L. DeFrantz (USA), who joined the IOC in 1985, was elected as an IOC Vice-President. She already occupied this position from 1997 to 2001. Dr Robin E. Mitchell, IOC member in Fiji, Mrs Nicole Hoevertsz, IOC member in Aruba, and Mr Denis Oswald, IOC member in Switzerland, were chosen by the Session to join the IOC Executive Board. They will serve a four-year term. Earlier in the day, the IOC Session elected eight new Members, who were proposed by the Executive Board in August. Four members, three of them women, were elected in the category of Individual Members: Baklai Temengil (PLW); Kristin Kloster Aasen (NOR); Khunying Patama Leeswadtrakul (THA); and Luis Mejia Oviedo (DOM). President of the Pan-American Sports Organisation (PASO) Neven Ivan Ilic Alvarez (CHI) and President of the Oman Olympic Committee Khalid Muhammad Al Zubair were elected as representatives of a National Olympic Committee (NOC) or continental association of NOCs. President of World Rowing Jean-Christophe Rolland (FRA) and President of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Ingmar de Vos (BEL) were elected as Members representing an International Federation. Sixteen Members were subject to re-election after eight years of membership, and were re-elected en bloc: Franco Carraro (ITA); John Coates (AUS); Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark (DEN); Iván Dibós (PER); Habu Gumel (NIG); Ser Miang Ng (SGP); Lydia Nsekera (BDI) Richard Peterkin (LCA); Richard W. Pound (CAN); Princess Nora of Liechtenstein (LIE); Craig Reedie (GBR); Juan Antonio Samaranch (ESP); Pál Schmitt (HUN); Austin L. Sealy (BAR); Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah (KUW); and Shamil Tarpischev (RUS). In addition to being re-elected, Mr Coates got his status changed from member representing an NOC to Individual Member. In light of the upcoming Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 and Mr Tsunekazu Takeda’s important role in their preparations, the IOC Session agreed to extend the age limit for Mr Takeda, the President of the NOC of Japan, until the end of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. Long-standing IOC Members Gerhard Heiberg (NOR) and Kun-Hee Lee (KOR) were elected as IOC Honorary Members after both resigned from their positions as Members. As the former Chair of the IOC Ethics Commission, Youssoupha Ndiaye (SEN) was granted the status of IOC Honour Member. https://www.olympic.org/news/ioc-elects-eight-new-members
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    F1 2017

    McLaren a "reference" for Renault as engine deal is confirmed https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/mclaren-renault-three-year-engine-deal-953227/
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    F1 2017

    Toro Rosso confirms switch to Honda engines from 2018 https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/toro-rosso-renault-honda-engines-952506/
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    F1 2017

    Valtteri Bottas signs new Mercedes deal for 2018 season http://www.bbc.com/sport/formula-one/41255147
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    F1 2017

    McLaren agrees deal to leave Honda for Renault in 2018 F1 season https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/131767/mclaren-agrees-deal-to-leave-honda-for-renault
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