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Follow live: Serena rolls, Murray battling

Serena Williams defeated sister Venus to advance to the quarterfinals on Manic Monday at Wimbledon. Andy Murray, after winning the first two sets, is looking to put away Ivo Karlovic (live on ESPN, ESPN2 & WatchESPN).

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Rodriguez wins crash-marred 3rd stage of Tour

Spanish veteran Joaquim Rodriguez won the crash-marred third stage of the Tour de France on Monday, with British rider Chris Froome finishing second and taking the overall lead.

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ESPN The Magazine: Seventh annual Body Issue

It's time for ESPN The Magazine's seventh annual celebration of athletes' bodies, where we admire the potential of the human form and stand in awe of those who push their physiques to profound frontiers.

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Pujols hits 25th homer in dominant win over Rangers (0:37)
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Schaap: Ted Jackson's unique marathon journey

Ted Jackson isn't your average marathoner, but the pudgy Briton who favors gyros and french fries has an iron will that allowed him to run seven marathons on seven continents in seven days.

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2015 ESPY Day Auction

Golf with Chris Berman, spend a day with Mike & Mike in Bristol or watch the Mavs with Mark Cuban. Bid on these and more amazing experiences and support The V Foundation for cancer research.

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Paige Selenski poses for the Body Issue

"It's not like I woke up one day and I had a really athletic body and ripped up abs. I use my body every day for my job. We constantly put our bodies through pain. I'm not afraid to show that off."

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UFC 189 features clash of styles
MMA 

Conor McGregor spent training camp preparing for Jose Aldo's striking. Now, after a last-minute switch, will he be able to handle Chad Mendes' wrestling? Okamoto's prediction

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MMA 

Cyclist crash in Tour De France
Cycling 

Spanish veteran Joaquim Rodriguez won the crash-marred third stage of the Tour de France on Monday. The high-speed crash Monday caused 20 riders to fall off their bikes and delayed the third stage for nearly 20 minutes.

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Cycling 

Kevin Love poses for The Body Issue
NBA 

"You've heard the saying, "Some people live to eat, and some people eat to live"; I think you can figure out which one I was. ... If you asked me to pose back then, that would have been a solid 'No.' A hard 'No.'" See his incredible transformation

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NBA 

Daytona race ends with scary wreck
NASCAR 

Said NASCAR spokesman Brett Jewkes: "It's a dangerous sport. It always has been. It always will be. There are always concerns and that is why you always see us working as hard as we can on safety. ... We are pleased with the performance of the race cars protecting the drivers."

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Reggie Jackson gets 5-yr/$80M deal
NBA 

Brian Windhorst on Reggie Jackson's big contract with the Pistons: "Obviously Stan Van Gundy has a big belief that this guy can be a franchise point guard going forward."

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NBA 

Karlovic fights back for 3rd set win
Tennis 

Ivo Karlovic took the third set 7-5 after breaking Andy Murray. It's the second straight match that Murray has gone up 2 sets to 0, then lost the 3rd set. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Spieth the British Open favorite?
Golf 

Jason Sobel believes he is. "He's very good at compartmentalizing this pressure and being able to focus on every single shot as opposed to being about the big picture. And if he continues to do that, there's no reason that he can't go out and win the Open Championship."

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Amanda Bingson: I like my body
Olympic Sports 

"You might be prettier and skinnier than me, but I'll kick your ass in a game of one on one." Q&A with the Olympian

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Olympic Sports 

NBA free agency tracker
NBA 

We're sure you were busy this weekend. So was the NBA. DeAndre Jordan is flying off to Dallas, and that was far from the only major move made. Get caught up

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NBA 

Serena impressed with young Americans
Tennis 

Williams on Madison Keys and Coco Vandeweghe: "Madison is playing really well. Coco as well ... I played with her in [the] Fed Cup. We were able to develop a relationship. It's so good to see all her hard work paying off."

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Tennis 

Giant robot battle is a go

A Japanese team has accepted a giant robot challenge from an American team -- and the giant robot's creator talked a little trash in his response. Check it out!

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Muguruza upsets 5-seed Wozniacki
Tennis 

Garbine Muguruza, a 21-year-old German, just notched a straight sets 6-4, 6-4 win over Caroline Wozniacki to make her first Wimbledon quarters.

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Tennis 

Collins' plea to McIlroy: Skip British

Michael Collins would rather see Rory McIlroy take time off now to recover fully. "Instead of rushing back and playing hurt and developing bad habits, take a lesson from all those golfers who have told people in the past that they came back too early. You be the different one."

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Sobel: Be wary of Woods' bold statements
Golf 

Tiger Woods' bogey free final round at the Greenbrier Classic looked like the turning point for the previously-struggling golfer. Not according to Woods, who called his poor performance at the Memorial Tournament his turning point. Tiger turnaround

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Golf 

Cavs still waiting on LeBron James
NBA 

The top remaining NBA free agent? That'd be the former four-time MVP. LeBron is also up for multiple ESPY awards, including Best Male Athlete -- where he faces this year's MVP, Stephen Curry. Cast your vote

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NBA 

Colts OL on Body Issue: You sure?

Colts offensive lineman Jack Mewhort: "When I got this call [to be in the Body Issue], I was like, "They want to see me naked?" I thought I was getting punked." Q&A

Art Streiber

American youth movement at Wimbledon
Tennis 

Serena Williams advancing over her sister stole the show this morning. But fellow Americans Coco Vandeweghe, 23, and Madison Keys, 20, also booked their tickets to the quarterfinals. U.S. takes over Wimbledon

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Tennis 

Pepper: Can't put athletes in a bubble

Dottie Pepper says not to fault Rory McIlroy for playing soccer. "This is his personality. He has fun with his friends, he's very active. I mean, something freak like this could have happened in the gym [while] working out."

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