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U.S. Women’s Soccer team led to victory by Ohai


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The United States won the women’s under-20 World Cup in soccer for the third time, as the defeated defending champion Germany 1-0.

The hero was Kealia Ohai who scored the lone goal in the 44th minute of play.


Info compiled from USA soccer, Radio & TV news

McGuire leads USA Baseball over Canada


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Reese McGuire led the United States to a 6-2 win over Canada in the under-18 world baseball championship in Seoul, South Korea.

McGuire collected two hits and two RBI’s in the game.


Info compiled from USA Baseball, Radio & TV news

Olympic prime-time ratings were up for NBC


London Olympics banner at the Monument (photo by Michael Pead of London via wikipedia commons)

NBC’s coverage of the London Olympics saw prime-time viewing finish up by 8% over the Games in Beijing. That increase allowed the London Summer Games the highest-rated staged outside the United States since 1976.

NBC’s overall London coverage drew a total of 219.4 million unique viewers. A unique viewer is if they watch at least six minutes. That broke the record from Beijing and became the USA television event with the most viewers of all-time.


Info compiled from NBC, Radio & TV news


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WESTERN & SOUTHERN OPEN: Fish dispatches Lopez quickly, 6-2, 6-3

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MASON, OHIO — It did not take Mardy Fish of the United States long to win his match Tuesday afternoon against Spain’s Feliciano Lopez at the Lindner Family Tennis Center.

Mardy Fish serves ball

Fish, the 10th-ranked tennis player in the tournament, won 6-2, 6-3 in a match that lasted just one hour 22 minutes. The first set took 44 minutes and the second 37 minutes.

The 30-year-old Fish fired 11 aces and broke Lopez’s serve three times to improve to 16-10 on the season.

In the next round, Fish will face Argentina’s Carlos Berlocq in the next round.


* Fish is a two-time finalist in this tournament.

* Is now 5-3 versus Lopez.

* Fish, in case you did not know, missed two and a half months between April and June of this year dealing with health issues.

* After the time off, Fish has been gathering steam, reaching the semi-finals in Washington and the quarter-finals in Toronto the past two weeks.

* Overall in the world tennis rankings, Fish is 20th, but is 10th in this tournament.

* Fish is making his 10th straight appearance in Cincinnati, he’s 4-9 overall.

Mardy Fish visits with media

* Lopez is 3-3 vs. Fish when they play on hardcourts.

* Lopez is 16-19 on the season, 5-8 on hard courts and ranked 31st in the world.



2012 OLYMPICS: U.S. boxing team sees winning streak end


The United States boxing team saw its winning streak in the Olympics come to an end when light heavyweight Marcus Browne of New York lost his bout, 13-11 to Australia’s Damien Hooper.

The 21-year-old Browne was slightly ahead entering the third and final round.

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But Hooper came out of his corner very aggressive, landing a flurry of punches with a 1:30 to go in the round. The referee paused the bout for a standing eight count.

Browne’s defeat was the first for the United States in five fights in London.

Browne came into the Olympics more than capable of winning. Browne is a 3x NYC Golden Gloves Champion in two different weight classes.


Info compiled from U.S. Boxing, Olympics news, Radio & TV news

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