World Cup winner Lionel Messi ignores Barcelona interest, sets eyes on Arabia’s Al Hilal FC in $1.28 billion deal
PSG suspended Messi for two weeks without pay (although he returned a week earlier than planned) after he missed training earlier this month because of a trip to Saudi Arabia. Messi’s trip to Saudi Arabia was officially explained as being for commercial reasons.
How Kenya’s gritty Kipyegon kept the Faith to obliterate a strong field to set 1,500m world record in Italy
“We have really come along as 1500 women,” Kipyegon said. “They are really special. We come along together, cheer one another. This is sport, we have to love each other and celebrate one another at our lowest moments and highest moments, and I really thank the ladies for coming along and running together and celebrating this world record together. We were part of this together.”
Credibility of legacy media put to test as a US children’s rights body sues major news companies for free speech, antitrust violations
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