Beer can throwing fan turns himself in

The baseball fan who threw a beer can at Baltimore Orioles outfielder Kim Hyun-soo during Tuesday's wildcard playoff game turned himself into Toronto authorities on Thursday, local media reported.

He was charged with one count of mischief and is scheduled to appear in court in November, the Toronto Sun reported …

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Cycling: Former Wiggins team mate questions timing of TUEs

A former team mate of Bradley Wiggins has called into question the British rider's use of a therapeutic use exemption (TUE) for triamcinolone before his 2012 Tour de France win.

Wiggins' use of TUEs, which allow athletes to take banned substances for verified medical needs and are signed off by …

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NY man avoids prison over painkillers supplied to Rangers' Boogaard

A former minor league hockey player avoided prison on Thursday for supplying painkillers to late New York Rangers' enforcer Derek Boogaard, who died from an overdose of alcohol and oxycodone in 2011.

Federal prosecutors in Manhattan sought up to six months in prison for Jordan Hart, a former player for …

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Ricciardo enjoys banter before the battle resumes

A beaming Daniel Ricciardo enjoyed some light-hearted banter with Red Bull team mate Max Verstappen at the Japanese Grand Prix on Thursday in an exchange that also underscored their rivalry.

Ricciardo, who took his fourth career win at Sepang after Lewis Hamilton retired from the lead with a blown engine …

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Russian Chicherova stripped of 2008 Olympics high jump medal

Russian high jumper Anna Chicherova was officially stripped of her 2008 Beijing Olympics bronze medal after she tested positive for banned substances in re-tests of samples, the International Olympic Committee said on Thursday.

Chicherova, who won gold in the high jump at the 2012 Olympics, is among several athletes to …

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