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Reuters Sports Schedule at 0600 GMT on Monday, June 23

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Reuters sports schedule at 0600 GMT on Monday:

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SOCCER

WORLD CUP (until July 13)

Portugal grab World Cup lifeline, Belgium reach last 16

CUIABA, Brazil - Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal seized a World Cup lifeline with a dramatic stoppage-time equaliser to secure a 2-2 draw against the United States after highly fancied Belgium booked a place in the last 16. (SOCCER-WORLD/ (WRAPUP 2, PIX), moved, by Rex Gowar, 650 words)

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TENNIS

WIMBLEDON (to July 5)

Murray and Djokovic launch campaigns on Centre Court

LONDON - Britain's Andy Murray begins the defence of his title against Belgian David Goffin on centre court and top seed Novak Djokovic also launches his campaign on the main showpiece arena when he takes on Andrey Golubev of Kazakhstan. (TENNIS-WIMBLEDON/ (PIX), expect from 1300 GMT/9 AM ET, by Martyn Herman, Pritha Sarkar, Clare Lovell, Michael Hann and Sam Holden, 800 words)

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CRICKET

England v Sri Lanka, Leeds, second test (to 24)

Sri Lanka resume on 214 for four

LEEDS, England - Sri Lanka will look to build on their lead of 106 runs over England when they resume their second innings on 214 for four at the start of the fourth day at Headingley. (CRICKET-LANKA/ (PIX), expect from 1230 GMT/8:30 AM ET, by Tom Hayward, 300 words)

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SWIMMING

Phelps continues return at California grand prix

Michael Phelps continued his return to competitive swimming with third place in the 200 metres individual medley at the Arena Grand Prix at Santa Clara. (SWIMMING-PHELPS/, moved, 300 words)

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Ledecky breaks second world record in four days

lympic champion Katie Ledecky has broken her own 800 metres freestyle record at a meeting in Texas, her second world record at the event. (SWIMMING-U.S./LEDECKY, moved, 200 words)

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GOLF

U.S. Women's Open

Wie wins U.S. Women's Open by two strokes

Michelle Wie finally lived up to the burden of expectation when she won her first major title with a clutch two-stroke victory at the U.S. Women's Open in Pinehurst, North Carolina. (GOLF-LPGA/ (UPDATE 1, PIX), moved, 500 words)

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