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* '''2011''': Kraft Nabisco Championship, March 28-April 3, [[Rancho Mirage]], [[California]]
 
* '''2011''': Kraft Nabisco Championship, March 28-April 3, [[Rancho Mirage]], [[California]]
* '''2011''': LPGA Championship, June 20-26, [[Pittsford]], [[New York]]
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* '''2011''': U.S. Women's Open, July 4-10, [[Colorado Springs]], [[Colorado]]
 
* '''2011''': U.S. Women's Open, July 4-10, [[Colorado Springs]], [[Colorado]]
 
* '''2011''': Women's British Open, July 28-31, [[Carnoustie]], [[Scotland]]
 
* '''2011''': Women's British Open, July 28-31, [[Carnoustie]], [[Scotland]]

Revision as of 18:24, 26 September 2010

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A list of upcoming international sporting events:

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Events With Multiple Sports

Asian Games

Commonwealth Games

Mediterranean Games

  • 2013: June 24-July 3, Greece

Olympic Games

Pacific Games

Pan American Games

Southeast Asian Games

Events For A Single Sport

American football

Australian Rules Football

Baseball

  • 2010: Major League Baseball World Series, Oct. 27-Nov. 4
  • 2011: Little League World Series, August 19-28, Williamsport, Pennsylvania

Basketball

  • 2014: FIBA World Championship, August 30-September 14, Spain

Cricket

Cycling

  • 2011: Tour de France, July 2–24, France

Gaelic Football

Golf

Mens

Womens

Motor Racing

Rugby

Soccer

Mens

  • 2011: AFC Asian Cup, January 7–29, Qatar
  • 2011: FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup, May, Italy
  • 2011: FIFA U-17 World Cup, June 18–July 10, Mexico
  • 2011: Copa America, June 14–July 3, Argentina
  • 2011: FIFA U-20 World Cup, July 29–August 20, Colombia
  • 2011: FIFA Club World Cup, December 8–18, Japan
  • 2012: African Cup of Nations, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea
  • 2012: European Football Championships, June, Poland & Ukraine
  • 2014: World Cup, June 13-July 13, Brazil.

Womens

  • 2011: FIFA Women's World Cup, June 26–July 17, Germany
  • 2012: FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup, Azerbaijan
  • 2012: FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup, Vietnam

Surfing

Tennis

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