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--SEVEN MORE TEAMS BOOK PLACE AT 2014 WORLD CUP
Defending champion Spain seals qualification for next year's World Cup, along with England, Russia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Chile, Ecuador and Honduras.
--CARDINALS CLOSE IN ON WORLD SERIES, RED SOX TAKE LEAD OVER TIGERS
St. Louis moves within one win of a berth in the World Series by beating the Los Angles Dodgers 4-2 while Boston takes a 2-1 series lead over Detroit.
--RELIEF FOR MEXICO, HEARTBREAK FOR PANAMA IN WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS
Two stoppage-time goals from the United States destroy Panama's World Cup dream and grant a reprieve for Mexico, which holds onto a spot in the two-game playoff against New Zealand.
--TEARS THEN PARTY TIME FOR BOSNIA
Bosnia-Herzegovina qualifies for World Cup for first time, as tears on the pitch quickly give way to party time in Sarajevo.
--BRITISH RACING DRIVER EDWARDS KILLED IN CRASH
Promising British race driver Sean Edwards killed in training crash in Australia