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(Reuters) - A young man died after joining in an Ohio State University annual ritual in which students jump into a frigid campus lake to celebrate an upcoming football match, school officials said on Wednesday.

MONACO (Reuters) - There was an uneasy, faintly embarrassed atmosphere around the Fairmont Hotel on Monte Carlo's seafront on Wednesday, in stark contrast to previous years when the suits and the spikes of world athletics have come together to celebrate their sport.

MIAMI (Reuters) - Suspended St. Louis Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey was hospitalized in critical but stable condition on Wednesday after being shot in a car near his Miami-area hometown.

African team awarded World Tour license
Wed, 25 Nov 2015 16:01:44 GMT
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Team Dimension Data have become the first African team to be awarded a license to compete on cycling’s World Tour, the sports governing body said on Wednesday.

LONDON (Reuters) - The Jacksonville Jaguars will return to England for a fourth successive year when they take part in the first of three games being staged there next October, the NFL announced on Wednesday.

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Just a few days after Rory McIlroy won Dubai's DP World Tour Championship on Sunday and was crowned Europe’s top money earner for a third year in four, a new cycle begins in South Africa.

GHENT, Belgium (Reuters) - If Belgium are to win the Davis Cup final for the first time this week then baby-faced David Goffin will have to come of age.

(Reuters) - The dispute over the gloves to be used in Saturday's world heavyweight title fight between Ukrainian holder Wladimir Klitschko and Britain's Tyson Fury will be resolved before Friday's rules meeting, officials said.

BERLIN (Reuters) - International federations need to change to become more transparent with some of them still stuck in their 'old-school' past, Jordanian Olympic Committee chief Prince Feisal Al Hussein said on Wednesday.

NAIROBI (Reuters) - The Kenyan government on Wednesday called for top officials in its athletics federation to step down after athletes stormed Athletics Kenya (AK) headquarters in Nairobi in protest over corruption and feeble efforts to tackle doping.

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