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Tour de France Report: Stage 7

The 101st Tour de France continues through July 27. Click through to read our report of Stage 7. Read More | Comment »

Bicycles 12:13PM Fri. Jul. 11, Larysa Pachulski

Tour de France Report: Stage 6

The 101st Tour de France continues through July 27. Click through to read our report of Stages 6. Read More | Comment »

Bicycles 2:20PM Thu. Jul. 10, Larysa Pachulski

Tour de France Report: Stage 5

The 101st Tour de France takes place July 5-27. Click through to read our report of Stages 1-3. Read More | Comment »

Bicycles 1:23PM Wed. Jul. 9, Larysa Pachulski

Tour de France Report: Stage 4

The 101st Tour de France takes place July 5-27. Click through to read our report of Stages 1-3. Read More | Comment »

Bicycles 1:41PM Tue. Jul. 8, Larysa Pachulski

Tour de France Report: Stages 1-3

The 101st Tour de France takes place July 5-27. Click through to read our report of Stages 1-3. Read More | Comment »

Bicycles 2:16PM Mon. Jul. 7, Larysa Pachulski

Aztex Beat Midland/Odessa, Clinch Division Title

It may have been the ugliest goal of the season, but for the Austin Aztex, Chuy Cortes' 90th minute winner Saturday night in Midland was a thing of beauty – clinching a second straight PDL Mid South Division title with three games left in the season, and keeping the Aztex on track for the best record in the conference, and a possible home playoff bid. Read More | Comment »

Austin Aztex 10:11PM Sun. Jul. 6, Nick Barbaro

World Cup Daily: July 6

Argentina and Netherlands won on Saturday to complete the star-studded field for the semifinals. Plucky Costa Rica came up short in a dramatic PK shootout, bringing down the curtain on a surprisingly successful campaign for CONCACAF, our home confederation. Read More | Comment »

World Cup 1:18PM Sun. Jul. 6, Nick Barbaro

World Cup Daily: July 5

Yesterday: a sad injury overshadowed host Brazil’s best game of the tournament, and Germany reached their fourth straight WC semifinal. Coming up today: Argentina and Netherlands are solid favorites to complete the semifinal field, but watch out for their tiny opponents. (Meanwhile, the Austin Aztex can clinch a division title tonight in Midland) Read More | Comment »

World Cup 8:27AM Sat. Jul. 5, Nick Barbaro

World Cup Daily: July 4

Action picks up again today with two tasty intra-continental match ups: France-Germany at 11am, followed by Brazil-Colombia at 3pm. There are health concerns in both games: Seven German players (unnamed) are suffering flu-like symptoms, and Brazil's indispensable Neymar is carrying knee and thigh injuries suffered against Chile. Read More | Comment »

World Cup 7:30AM Fri. Jul. 4, Nick Barbaro

World Cup Daily: July 1

Today is the last day of the round of 16, as the U.S. tries to upset Belgium and advance to the quarterfinals. Here in Austin, two big watch parties have recently been announced for the 3pm game: one at ACL Live, and one outdoors at the Long Center, sponsored by the Austin Aztex; catch it there, or at your favorite watering hole. Read More | Comment »

World Cup 7:53AM Tue. Jul. 1, Nick Barbaro

World Cup Watch: USA vs. Belgium

Food, Brews, and a Full Bar
Austin City Limits has announced a World Cup viewing party. If you'd like to cheer on the USA in air-conditioned comfort on a gigantic screen, surrounding TVs, and, duh, the best sound system in town, this one is for you. Read More | Comment »

World Cup 3:11PM Mon. Jun. 30, Anne Harris

World Cup Daily: June 30

A couple of thrillers on Sunday, with Netherlands getting two goals in the last three minutes to break Mexican hearts, and then Greece scoring in the 90th minute to force overtime against Costa Rica, then losing on the last kick of the penalty kick shootout. Read More | Comment »

World Cup 7:30AM Mon. Jun. 30, Nick Barbaro

World Cup Daily: June 29

There were no surprises in the first day of the knockout round, as Chile took host Brazil to the limit before losing in a penalty kick shootout, and Colombia swept away Uruguay with relative ease. Today CONCACAF gets into the action, as Mexico takes on Holland, and surprising Costa Rica plays Greece. Read More | Comment »

World Cup 9:50AM Sun. Jun. 29, Nick Barbaro

World Cup Watch Daily: June 28

Welcome back, after a day off before the knockout rounds start. Saturday is South American day, with the host continent providing all four teams in this quarter of the bracket. Elsewhere, the city of Austin announced a big watch party for the USA game Tuesday, and the Austin Aztex prepare to host the Laredo Heat tonight at 7:30pm at House Park. Read More | Comment »

World Cup 7:54AM Sat. Jun. 28, Nick Barbaro

World Cup Daily: June 26

After the drama yesterday (Italy and Ivory Coast eliminated at the last gasp, Luis Suarez doing his thing) Wednesday’s games were a bit anticlimactic – with qualification all but decided well before the end of the games. Today’s last day of the group stage promises more excitement as the USA bids to get out of the GOD. Read More | Comment »

World Cup 8:57AM Thu. Jun. 26, Nick Barbaro

World Cup Daily: June 25

There was high drama Tuesday, and late winners in both Groups C and D, as first Uruguay ousted Italy on an 81st-minute goal – a result almost overshadowed by another Luis Suarez biting incident – and then Greece knocked out Ivory Coast on a penalty kick scored on the last touch of the day. Great stuff. Read More | Comment »

World Cup 7:59AM Wed. Jun. 25, Nick Barbaro

World Cup Daily: June 24

There were no real surprises on the first day of the group stage finales, highlighted by Mexico advancing over Croatia. The next three days feature two pairs of simultaneous games: two groups each day, with kickoffs at 11am and 3pm. Today's marquee match: the Italy-Uruguay elimination game at 11. Read More | Comment »

World Cup 7:30AM Tue. Jun. 24, Nick Barbaro

Yellow in UK

The first couple of stages of the Tour de France are always contentious. Read More | Comment »

Bicycles 2:04PM Mon. Jun. 23, Larysa Pachulski

World Cup Daily: June 23

Aaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgggh! Read More | Comment »

World Cup 10:14AM Mon. Jun. 23, Nick Barbaro

World Cup Daily: June 22

Saturday was a good day for African countries, which haven’t had many of those at this tournament. And it set things up well for today’s USA-Portugal, the last 5pm game of the tournament, and indeed, one of the most intriguing matchups of the entire first round. Read More | Comment »

World Cup 9:24AM Sun. Jun. 22, Nick Barbaro

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