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Thursday, 30 August 2012

Thursday, August 30, 2012
Andy Roddick has announced that he will retire after the 2012 U.S. Open.

The American tennis star made the announcement at Flushing Meadows on his 30th birthday, telling reporters, "I have decided that this is going to be my last tournament."
College Football 2012 Season Preview
Amputee, Army Veteran Finds Works At U.S. Open
First MAJOR U.S. Open Upset
FBI Releases 868-Page File On Joe Paterno
WATCH: NFL Replacement Refs Make Mess With Punt Return Call
Nneka Ogwumike: Life on the Road as a WNBA Star
Playing at home in Staples one evening, then heading out the next day to prepare for a W in The Garden two days later, is just a glamorous part of the job. In-season travel may be a little overwhelming but introduces one to new places and experiences.
Christian Piatt: Lance Armstrong and the Way of Fallen Idols
I wanted to believe what he had achieved was possible without doping. I wanted to believe that, if he could confront and conquer cancer, he could do nearly anything. I wanted to believe he was different.
Sir Peter Westmacott: The Paralympics Return to Their Roots
The Paralympics have grown into the world's second-largest sporting event, surpassed now only by the Olympics themselves. London's Games will be the biggest yet.
Jeff Polman: Why Dodger Fans Leave Early
I'm really here to try and explain the bugaboo I've always had with the Dodger Stadium experience: why huge numbers of fans routinely show up in the 3rd and 4th innings and leave after the 6th and 7th.

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