- Associated Press - Wednesday, February 26, 2014

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—MANCHESTER UNITED LOSES AT OLYMPIAKOS WHILE DORTMUND WIN AT ZENIT IN UCL


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Manchester United’s struggles continue with a 2-0 loss at Olympiakos in first leg of Champions League round-of-16, while last year’s runner-up Borussia Dortmund win 4-2 at Zenit St. Petersburg.

https://bigstory.ap.org/article/dortmund-wins-4-2-zenit-champions-league



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—ASADA CONTEMPLATES CONTINUING HER FIGURE SKATING CAREER

Mao Asada says her figure skating career may not be over after all, and she is contemplating going on.

https://wintergames.ap.org/article/asada-contemplating-extending-career-after-sochi

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—FORMER WBA CHAMP CERMENO KILLED AFTER KIDNAPPING

Former WBA super bantamweight champ Antonio Cermeno is kidnapped then killed in Venezuela.

https://bigstory.ap.org/article/former-boxing-world-champion-killed-venezuela?utm_campaign=AP_Sports&utm;_source=SocialFlow&utm;_medium=Twitter

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—OVECHKIN APOLOGIZES FOR RUSSIA’S HOCKEY PERFORMANCE IN SOCHI

Alex Ovechkin has apologized to Russians for the national hockey team’s performance at Sochi 2014.

https://wintergames.ap.org/article/ovechkin-apologizes-russia-hockey-performance

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—EX-SWIM STAR HACKETT GOES INTO REHAB

Former Olympic gold-medal-winning swimmer Grant Hackett of Australia goes into rehabilitation treatment for addiction to sleeping drug.

https://wintergames.ap.org/article/former-olympic-champ-hackett-enter-rehab-us

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