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Arsenal, seeking to qualify for a 16th straight season in the group stage of the Champions League, has been drawn to play Turkish club Fenerbahce in the playoffs of Europe's top club competition.
He didn't win a medal, but the "Blade Runner" reveled in in his Olympic moment. On Tuesday, still basking in the glow, Pistorius tweeted a photo from London of himself with eventual 400-meter gold medalist Kirani James, who asked for Pistorius' bib as a souvenir after running in the same semifinal heat.
Luxembourg Anti-Doping Agency president Robert Schuler says Schleck was given a 12-month backdated suspension to last year's Tour, where he tested positive for the diuretic Xipamide. He has denied any wrongdoing.
The final word on Lance Armstrong's seven Tour de France titles could come Monday when cycling's governing body gives its response to the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency report that paints the American as a longtime drug cheat.
On the day Andy Roddick announced his retirement from tennis, he helped Bulgarian player Dimitar Kutrovsky receive a reduced ban in a doping case.
Sport's highest court has found Serbian tennis player David Savic guilty of match-fixing and confirmed his life ban.
First a ban. Now a bad leg. Just getting to London has been difficult for LaShawn Merritt.
The Turkish club Fenerbahce will challenge European soccer's governing body in June before the highest court in international sports.
Austrian tennis player Daniel Koellerer became the first player banned for life for match-fixing, losing his appeal at sport's highest court on Friday.