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Hoop Dreams: Costa Rican starts season at Maryland

Ian Martinez wants to be the first player from Costa Rica to play in the NBA.

Hoop Dreams: Costa Rican considered NBA talent

Ian Martinez wants to be the first player from Costa Rica to play in the NBA.

Rawlings Costa Rica, maker of Major League baseballs, lays off 190 workers

The absence of Major League Baseball in the United States has had ramifications in Costa Rica.

TV exec made Mayweather-Pacquiao bout possible

After years of false starts and finger-pointing, the twisting road to the spectacle set to shatter all boxing records for viewership and revenue wound through many locales, from the exclusive reaches of Beverly Hills to NBA courtside seats in Miami.

At the 2014 World Series, Royals and Giants are truly happy to be here

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Two teams that, three weeks ago, thought their postseason might last just one day now meet in what might be the most cheerful, least stressful and chummiest World Series anyone can remember.

Marin Cilic, 2014 U.S. Open champion, played in Costa Rica’s junior tournament 10 years ago

Marin Cilic of Croatia celebrates with the U.S. Open trophy after defeating Kei Nishikori of Japan in the men's singles final on Monday in New York...

Costa Rica National Rugby Championship has its winners

The French-Costa Rican School in Concepción de Tres Ríos, east of San José, hosted the National Rugby Championship Sunday. In the men's league Stag Rugby Football Club took down the University of Costa Rica 19-8. The Wak Rugby club took home the trophy in the the women's league beating The University of Costa Rica (UCR Rugby) 26-5.

Wozniacki beats Sharapova to reach quarterfinals at US Open

The Arthur Ashe Stadium crowd roared, and Caroline Wozniacki urged it on, swinging her arms up and shouting triumphantly to a standing ovation. She had just won the break point of her year, chasing down a swinging volley and forcing Maria Sharapova to miss in the deciding third set.

Federer shines in New York rain, Ferrer crashes

NEW YORK – Five-time champion Roger Federer sat out a two-hour break for torrential rain to race into the U.S. Open fourth round on Sunday on a stormy, humid New York day which saw David Ferrer crash to defeat.

Hey NFL, are you out of your #$@% minds?

The United States' most lucrative professional sporting league is asking its musical acts to pay to play during the much-hyped Super Bowl XLIX halftime show, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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