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Dortmund in unchartered waters ahead of a rivalry losing its edge
Scramble for Bundesliga's second prize
The two "Bayern-chasers" meet on Sunday looking to edge closer to the German champions. The result in Munich the night before may have a bearing on the outcome of the game in Gladbach.
Nico Rosberg up for the challenge as F1 season heads into final straight
Ahead of the US Grand Prix this weekend, Nico Rosberg is sitting 17 points behind Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton. Still, the German remains confident he can still win this year's drivers' championship.
'Lance Armstrong can still do a lot for sport' says Travis Tygart
Two years ago cyclist Lance Armstrong was stripped of seven Tour de France wins for taking performance-enhancing drugs. DW spoke to US anti-doping boss Travis Tygart, who was involved in the story from the start.
New Los Angeles soccer team planned for MLS
A new club has been granted entry to the US professional soccer league, the MLS. The team, which is currently known as Los Angeles Football Club, is owned by some high-profile names and will begin operations in 2017.
More money for Germany's anti-doping agency
A new anti-doping code comes into force worldwide at the start of 2015. In Germany, a new code will also start up which will place more demands on the country's own anti-doping agency. And, that is going to cost money.
Rummenigge wants Qatar 2022 final in May
The chief of the European Club Association, which consists of clubs, such as, Real Madrid, Liverpool and Chelsea, wants the Qatar 2022 World Cup to be held before the normal schedule and not in the winter months.
A footballer dares to dream in war-torn Syria
Most of Syria’s top footballers have already left for overseas and the country's domestic league is suffering. But Tareq Hindawi, Aleppo born-and-raised, still thinks Syrian football has got a future.