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Top Sports Pics – Aug. 23, 2015 |

Top Sports Pics – Aug. 23, 2015

| Sunday, August 23, 2015 9:00 p.m
Alina Fodorova of Ukraine competes in the long jump event of the women's heptathlon during the 15th IAAF World Championships at the National Stadium in Beijing, China, on Aug. 23, 2015.
Canada pitcher Darius Opdam Bak throws during the first inning of an International elimination baseball game against Taiwan at the Little League World Series tournament in South Williamsport, Pa., Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015.
Mohamed Farah of Great Britain reacts after winning gold in the Men's 10,000-meter final during day one of the 15th IAAF World Athletics Championships Beijing 2015 at Beijing National Stadium on Aug. 22, 2015 in Beijing, China.
Performers dance during the opening ceremony of the World Athletics Championships at the Bird's Nest stadium in Beijing, Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015.
Nadine Visser of the Netherlands lies in the sand as she competes in the women's long jump heptathlon at the World Athletics Championships at the Bird's Nest stadium in Beijing, Sunday, Aug. 23, 2015.
San Diego Chargers inside linebacker Kavell Conner (53) is tackled by Arizona Cardinals quarterback Drew Stanton (5) after an interception during the first half of an NFL preseason football game, Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz.

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