CSN: The Super Bowl's golden anniversary will be held in the Golden State. The new stadium, which opens in 2014, in Santa Clara will host Super Bowl L two years later, the NFL announced Tuesday.
PHT: After coming back home in an 0-2 hole, the Sharks are now even with the Kings after holding on to win Game 4 Tuesday night.
After the Spurs blew a 13-point fourth quarter lead, Tim Duncan stepped up in OT to thwart the Grizzlies' comeback attempt and give San Antonio a 2-0 series lead.
The USGA and R&A have spoken: There will be a ban on anchoring starting in 2016. Now chaos lingers and legacies hang in the balance.
Mike Scioscia has earned plenty of respect for his performance over the years, but if the Angels cut ties with him, don't expect the Dodgers to be the only suitor.
The Godolphin doping scandal deepened Monday, with British racing authorities announcing that seven more horses have tested positive for steroids, including the winner of the world's oldest classic.
PST: The 20th MLS franchise, the New York City Football Club, will have some well-heeled backers in the Yankees and Manchester City.
MST: Charlie Kimball is confident heading to Indy, and his performance this year suggests he's a contender.
CFT: The Detroit Lions are expected to own and operate their own bowl game at Ford Field, starting play in 2014, according to a report by ESPN.
OlyTalk: Gabby Douglas hit her gym in Iowa for her first workout since the London Games and to talk strategy with her coach.
Rafael Nadal is currently ranked fourth in the world, but has had a dominant run lately as he has won seven of the last eight French Open titles. Mary Carrillo thinks we’re in store for a Nadal-Djokovic final.
PARIS (Reuters) - The French Anti-Doping Agency (AFLD) has agreed to carry out testing at the Tour de France in June.
The AFLD said in a statement on Thursday the UCI (International Cycling Union) had guaranteed "information on the whereabouts of the riders and their biological profile data in order to carry out random tests".
Two weeks ago the AFLD said it would not carry out tests on the Paris-Nice race that starts on Sunday, citing a disagreement with the UCI.
The two organizations have long been at loggerheads, with the AFLD saying the UCI had not followed correct procedures during testing in the 2009 Tour de France. The UCI denied the allegations.
The UCI came under heavy fire in last year's U.S. Anti-Doping Agency report that led to the Lance Armstrong scandal.
The American was stripped of his seven Tour titles in October and admitted to doping in a televised interview last month.
(Reporting by Julien Pretot, editing by Tony Jimenez)
|Saturday, May 18||1 - 4:30 p.m.||NHL Playoffs: Teams TBD||TBD||TDB|
|4:30 - 6:30 p.m.||Preakness Stakes||Baltimore, Md.||Bob Costas, Tom Hammond, Gary Stevens, Randy Moss, Kenny Rice, Bob Neumeier, Mike Battaglia, Donna Brothers, Michelle Beadle, Laffit Pincay III, Larry Collmus|
|Sunday, May 19||1 - 3 p.m.||Agmen Tour of California||California||Phil Liggett, Paul Sherwen, Bob Roll, Steve Porino|
|3 - 6 p.m.||NHL Playoffs: Teams TBD||TDB||TDB|
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