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U.S win with Felix, Merritt, Reese on golden night

LONDON (AP) — Allyson Felix finally won an individual Olympic gold medal, gliding home with her seemingly effortless stride to take the 200-meters title and break Veronica Campbell-Brown's stranglehold on the event.

Aries Merritt added to the perfect sprint night for the United States, dominating the 110-meter hurdles final ahead of compatriot Jason Richardson. Behind them, Cuba's Dayron Robles, the 2008 champion, was smashing a hurdle in frustration after he pulled up lame with a right hamstring injury halfway through the race. In the heats, China's Liu Xiang, the 2004 champion, also pulled out injured.

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Cowboys CB Jenkins not cleared to practice yet

OXNARD, Calif. (AP) — Dallas Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins needs more strength in his surgically repaired right shoulder before he will be cleared to practice.

"I can still do everything," Jenkins said Tuesday. "Just the strength. Everything else was there."

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Dempster rebounds in Rangers' 6-3 win

BOSTON (AP) — That's the Ryan Dempster the Texas Rangers hoped they got at the trade deadline.

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Raisman steps into gymnastics' Olympic spotlight

LONDON (AP) — Aly Raisman was ready to claim her Olympic legacy. She just needed a little bit of karmic justice to help her do it.

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Sean Lee quickly a leader for the Cowboys defense

OXNARD, Calif. (AP) — Sean Lee already knows virtually every detail of the Dallas Cowboys' complicated defensive scheme.

"His knowledge of the game is just amazing," fellow linebacker Victor Butler said. "He picks up stuff like that. He probably could coach us."

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