World sports diary July 2013

JULY 2013

MONDAY, JULY 1

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TUESDAY, JULY 2

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 3

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THURSDAY, JULY 4

GOLF

European Tour: French Open, Paris (to 8)

PGA Tour: The Greenbrier Classic, White Sulphur Springs,

West Virginia (to 7)

ATHLETICS

Diamond League: Lausanne

SAILING

Louis Vuitton Challenger series, San Francisco

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FRIDAY, JULY 5

MOTOR RACING

Formula One: German Grand Prix, TBC (to 7)

RUGBY

Super rugby round 19 (to 6)

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SATURDAY, JULY 6

ATHLETICS

Diamond League: Paris

RUGBY

International match

Australia v British and Irish Lions, Sydney

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SUNDAY, JULY 7

SOCCER

CONCACAF Gold Cup, U.S. (to 28)

TABLE TENNIS

Asian championships, South Korea

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MONDAY, JULY 8

TENNIS

ATP: Hall of fame Championships, Newport, U.S. (to 14)

Swedish Open, Bastad (to 14)

Stuttgart Cup, Germany (to 14)

WTA: Palermo International, Italy (to 14)

Budapest Grand Prix, Hungary (to 14)

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TUESDAY, JULY 9

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 10

CRICKET

The Ashes

England v Australia, first test, Trent Bridge, Nottingham

(to 14)

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THURSDAY, JULY 11

GOLF

European Tour: Scottish Open, Inverness (to 14)

PGA Tour: John Deere Classic, Silvis, Illinois (to 14)

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FRIDAY, JULY 12

RUGBY

Super rugby round 20 (to 13)

MOTORCYCLING

MotoGP: Germany, Sachsenring (to 14)

ATHLETICS

British championships, world trials, Birmingham (to 14)

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SATURDAY, JULY 13

ATHLETICS

IAAF World Challenge Meeting, Madrid

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SUNDAY, JULY 14

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MONDAY, JULY 15

TENNIS

ATP: Atlanta Open, U.S. (to 21)

German Open, Hamburg (to 21)

WTA: Swedish Open, Bastad (to 21)

Gastein International, Austria (to 21)

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TUESDAY, JULY 16

BASEBALL

MLB All-Star game, Citi Field, New York

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 17

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THURSDAY, JULY 18

GOLF

British Open, Muirfield, Scotland (to 21)

PGA Tour: True South Classic, Madison, Mississippi (to 21)

CRICKET

The Ashes

England v Australia, second test, Lord's (to 22)

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FRIDAY, JULY 19

MOTORCYCLING

MotoGP: United States, Laguna Seca (to 21)

RUGBY

Super rugby qualifiers (to 20)

ATHLETICS

Diamond League: Monaco

SWIMMING

World championships, Barcelona (to Aug. 4)

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SATURDAY, JULY 20

SOCCER

EAFF East Asia Cup, Seoul (to 28)

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SUNDAY, JULY 21

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MONDAY, JULY 22

TENNIS

ATP: Los Angeles International, U.S. (to 28)

Swiss Open, Gstaad (to 28)

Croatia Open, Umag (to 28)

WTA: Azerbaijan International (to 28)

Stanford Classic, California (to 28)

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TUESDAY, JULY 23

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 24

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THURSDAY, JULY 25

GOLF

PGA Tour: Canadian Open, Ontario (to 28)

European Tour: Russian Masters, TBD (to 28)

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FRIDAY, JULY 26

MOTOR RACING

Formula One: Hungary Grand Prix, Budapest (to 28)

RUGBY

Super rugby semi-finals (to 27)

ATHLETICS

Diamond League: London (to 27)

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SATURDAY, JULY 27

CYCLING

San Sebastian Classic, Spain

HORSE RACING

King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, Ascot, England

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SUNDAY, JULY 28

CYCLING

Tour of Poland (to Aug. 4)

TENNIS

ATP: Kitzbuehel Cup, Austria (to Aug. 4)

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MONDAY, JULY 29

TENNIS

ATP/WTA: Washington Classic, U.S. (to Aug. 4)

WTA: Carlsbad Open, California (to Aug. 4)

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TUESDAY, JULY 30

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 31

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