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FC Porto won 2-0 at home over 10-man Setubal to keep the pressure on Portuguese league leader Benfica on Saturday. Porto remained unbeaten in 70 straight league home games and reduced Benfica's lead to one point before it plays at Maritimo on Monday.
Sporting Lisbon took full advantage of Setubal's defensive errors to claim a 2-1 home victory in the Portuguese league on Saturday. Sporting went ahead in the 16th minute when Setubal defender Euripedes Amoreirinha scored an own goal after Cedric
Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho is to get a street in Setubal named after him in honour of his sporting achievements, the town hall of his home city said on Thursday. Mourinho, the 50-year-old self-styled 'Special One', is arguably the most
Benfica beat visiting Setubal 3-0 Sunday to maintain its undefeated record and a share of the Portuguese league lead along with FC Porto. Both Benfica and Porto have identical records of 14 wins and three draws and enjoy a 15-point gap over third-
Tunisia's Oussama Mellouli won the gold medal in one hour 45 minutes 18.5 seconds. The 22-year-old Weinberger followed in 1:45:30.2 and Petar Stoychev of Bulgaria was third in 1:45:34.1 To know I'm going to the Olympics is just unexplainable, said
Balazs is also the first Canadian to gain a spot in an Olympic marathon swimming race. Canada had no entries in 2008 when open water swimming made its Olympic debut in Beijing. Right now, I don't think it's hit me yet that I'm actually going to the
When Chelsea lost the 2008 Champions League final to Manchester United, with John Terry fatefully slipping in the penalty shootout, Jose Mourinho's reaction was to gleefully call friends from his home in Setubal, Portugal, where he had watched the
A year after being relocated to the Atlantic due to concerns over water temperatures and the threat of heat exhaustion, the National Open Water Swimming is returning to Southwest Florida. Some of the nation's top distance swimmers will dive into the
Marc Janko's impressive start with FC Porto continued Sunday as the Austria international contributed a goal in a 3-1 victory over Setubal to keep the pressure on Portuguese leader Benfica. Janko collected a Joao Moutinho pass and squeezed through
Portuguese league leader Benfica came from behind to rout Setubal 4-1 thanks to Oscar Cardozo's double on Saturday, while Porto kept pace through its win over Rio Ave. Joao "Neca" Ferreira gave visiting Setubal a sixth-minute lead, but Manuel "Nolito"