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    F1 2017

    Sainz's Renault switch agreed as McLaren deal looms Carlos Sainz has signed a deal to join Renault, Motorsport.com has learned, in a move that will trigger a series of dominos to secure McLaren the French car manufacturer’s engine for 2018. While news of McLaren’s progress in its efforts to switch from Honda engines has not been forthcoming in public, behind-the-scenes developments appear to show it has succeeded. High level sources have confirmed that Sainz’s deal has been agreed as part of a sweetener for Renault to end its Toro Rosso contract early. With the Sainz deal agreed, that has opened the way for Toro Rosso to finalise a switch to Honda engines next year, which in turn ensures McLaren gets hold of its supply of customer Renaults for 2018. ... https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/sainz-renault-switch-str-mclaren-honda-951146/
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    PyeongChang 2018 Torch

    The design of the #PyeongChang2018 Paralympic torch has been released! The flame will be lit on 2 March, and visit main cities in Gangwon Provine where the Games will be held. 2018 평창 동계올림픽대회 및 동계패럴림픽대회 - PyeongChang 2018
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    Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games

    Andrew Parsons elected new IPC President Andrew Parsons of Brazil was elected as the International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) new President on Friday (8 September) following one round of voting at the 18th IPC General Assembly in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Parsons was chosen ahead of fellow presidential candidates Patrick Jarvis, John Petersson and Haidi Zhang. ... https://www.paralympic.org/news/andrew-parsons-elected-new-ipc-president
  4. South Africa vs. Senegal World Cup qualifier to be replayed in November The Bureau for the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers ordered a replay of the qualification match between South Africa and Senegal held on 12 November 2016. This decision follows the confirmation of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to uphold the lifetime ban of match referee, Jospeh Lamptey, for match manipulation, the ruling imposed by the FIFA Disciplinary and Appeal Committees. The match will be replayed within the November 2017 international window, with the exact date to be confirmed in due course. As stated in the FIFA World Cup regulations, this decision shall come into effect immediately but shall be subject to confirmation by the Organising Committee for FIFA Competitions at its next meeting, scheduled for 14 September. http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/news/y=2017/m=9/news=south-africa-vs-senegal-world-cup-qualifier-to-be-replayed-in-november-2907241.html?intcmp=fifacom_hp_module_news
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    Tokyo 2020 News - General

    Tokyo 2020 organizers considering moving women’s soccer final to new National Stadium The final of the women’s soccer competition at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics may be held at the new National Stadium in place of the men’s final, which is likely to be moved to another venue, a source close to the matter said Monday. Games organizers are considering staging the women’s final at the main Olympic stadium on Aug. 7 or earlier, while the men’s final, which had been scheduled there on Aug. 8, may be held possibly at Nissan Stadium in Yokohama or elsewhere, the source said. The move is aimed at easing the concentration of events at the National Stadium, currently being constructed in central Tokyo, toward the end of the 17-day Summer Olympics through Aug. 9. Under initial plans, the men’s soccer final was scheduled at the stadium during the day on Aug. 8, with track and field events set for that night. On the last day of competitions, the venue is scheduled to be used for men’s marathon in the morning before the closing ceremony in the evening. Organizers have determined that staging the men’s soccer final there was difficult considering the many setup changes that have to be implemented at a time when preparations and rehearsals for the closing ceremony must also be held, according to the source. But the Japan Football Association wants a soccer game to be played at the national stadium, which is set to be used exclusively for team ball sports like soccer and rugby after the games are over https://www.japantimes.co.jp/sports/2017/09/05/olympics/tokyo-2020-organizers-considering-moving-womens-soccer-final-new-national-stadium/#.Wa_YzdFv_IU
  6. FIFA World Cup European play-off draw to take place on 17 October http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/news/y=2017/m=9/news=fifa-world-cup-european-play-off-draw-to-take-place-on-17-october-2906954.html
  7. CONMEBOL Bolivia 1-0 Chile Colombia 1-1 Brazil Ecuador 1-2 Peru Argentina 1-1 Venezuela Paraguay 1-2 Uruguay
  8. CONCACAF Honduras 1-1 United States Costa Rica 1-1 Mexico Panama 3-0 Trinidad Tobago
  9. CAF Group A DR Congo 2-2 Tunisia Group B Algeria 0-1 Zambia Group C Ivory Coast 1-2 Gabon Mali 0-0 Morocco Group D South Africa 1-2 Cape Verde Burkina Faso 2-2 Senegal Group E Congo 1-5 Ghana Egypt 1-0 Uganda
  10. UEFA Group G Liechtenstein 0-8 Spain Italy 1-0 Israel Macedonia 1-1 Albania Group I Turkey 1-0 Croatia Kosovo 0-1 Finland Iceland 2-0 Ukraine Group D Austria 1-1 Georgia Moldova 0-2 Wales Ireland 0-1 Serbia
  11. AFC Group B Saudi Arabia 1-0 Japan Australia 2-1 Thailand Iraq 1-0 UAE Saudi Arabia as group B runners-up qualified to World Cup. Australia and Syria advance to AFC play-offs Qualified Teams: Russia, Brazil, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Belgium, South Korea and Saudi Arabia
  12. AFC Group A Uzbekistan 0-0 South Korea Qatar 1-2 China Iran 2-2 Syria South Korea qualified for 2018 World Cup Qualified Teams: Russia, Brazil, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Belgium and South Korea
  13. OFC Final Solomon Islands 2-2 New Zealand (agg 3-8) New Zealand will play against the 5th placed team from CONMEBOL in the intercontinental play-offs
  14. UEFA Group C Germany 6-0 Norway Northern Ireland 2-0 Czech Republic Azerbaijan 5-1 San Marino Group E Poland 3-0 Kazakhstan Armenia 1-4 Denmark Montenegro 1-0 Romania Group F England 2-1 Slovakia Scotland 2-0 Malta Slovenia 4-0 Lithuania
  15. CAF Group A Libya 1-0 Guinea Group B Cameroon 1-1 Nigeria
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    Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games

    Tokyo 2020 Paralympic medal event programme announced https://www.paralympic.org/news/tokyo-2020-paralympic-medal-event-programme-announced
  17. UEFA Group I Croatia 1-0 Kosovo Match resumed today after the match was abandoned
  18. UEFA Group A France 0-0 Luxemburg Netherlands 3-1 Bulgaria Belarus 0-4 Sweden Group B Latvia 0-3 Switzeland Hungary 0-1 Portugal Faroe Islands 1-0 Andorra Group H Greece 1-2 Belgium Estonia 1-0 Cyprus Gibraltar 0-4 Bosnia Herzegovia Belgium became the first european team (after hosts Russia) to clinch qualification for the 2018 World Cup Qualified Teams: Russia, Brazil, Iran, Japan, Mexico and Belgium
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    F1 2017

    Hamilton wins in Monza and now leading the drivers' championship
  20. UEFA Group I Finland 1-0 Iceland Ukraine 2-0 Turkey Croatia v Kosovo (abandoned due bad weather) Group G Spain 3-0 Italy Israel 0-1 Macedonia Albania 2-0 Liechtenstein Group D Georgia 1-1 Ireland Serbia 3-0 Moldova Wales 1-0 Austria
  21. CAF Group B Zambia 3-1 Algeria Group C Gabon 0-3 Ivory coast Group D Senegal 0-0 Burkina Faso
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    F1 2017

    Lewis Hamilton takes an all-time record 69th career pole position in Monza
  23. CONCACAF Mexico 1-0 Panama USA 0-2 Costa Rica Trinidad Tobago 1-2 Honduras qualified teams: Russia, Brazil, Iran Japan and Mexico
  24. CAF Group A Tunisia 2-1 DR Congo Group B Nigeria 4-0 Cameroun Group C Morocco 6-0 Mali Group D Cape Verde 2-1 South Africa Group E Ghana 1-1 Congo
  25. UEFA Group C Czech Republic 1-2 Germany Norway 2-0 Azerbaijan San Marino 0-3 Northern Ireland Group E Denmark 4-0 Poland Romania 1-0 Armenia Kazakhstan 0-3 Montenegro Group F Malta 0-4 England Lithuania 0-3 Scotland Slovakia 1-0 Slovenia
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