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The Associated Press | July 19, 2013 03:01 AM EST | AP


Your Top Plays for Today: AP's Sports Guide

--JOHNSON LEADS AFTER DIFFICULT FIRST DAYS OF LINKS GOLF AT BRITISH OPEN

American Zach Johnson best handles the firm, dry links at Muirfield to take the first-round lead at the British Open.

--BRAZIL BACKS ITS HOSTING OF WORLD CUP AFTER FIFA EXPRESSES DOUBTS

Brazil's government has defended its capability of hosting next year's World Cup after FIFA boss Sepp Blatter says it may have been the wrong choice.

--FRENCH BREAK STAGE-WIN DROUGHT AT TOUR DE FRANCE

Christophe Riblon takes 18th stage of Tour de France to quell rising fears this would be the first time in 14 years a Frenchman would fail to take a stage.

--LAWSUIT AGAINST COLLEGE SPORTS BODY BROADENS

Six current football players have joined a lawsuit against U.S. college sport's administrative body, the NCAA, for using their likenesses on computer games and other items.

--MAN CITY SPLASHES MORE CASH ON JOVETIC

Big-spending Manchester City added to its arsenal of attacking options by spending a reported $32 million to lure Montenegrin forward Stevan Jovetic from Fiorentina.