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Rhythmic gymnastics: Russia wins fifth successive team gold

 Russia's rhythmic gymnasts shut out the rest of the world for a fifth successive Olympics on Sunday, with a free-flowing acrobatic display with hoops and clubs winning them another group all-around gold medal.

Phuong Tram wins bronzes at US national championships

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese ‘little cetus’ Nguyen Diep Phuong Tram and her teammates in Pleasanton Seahawks Swimming club have grabbed two bronze medals at Junior National Championships in Minnesota, the US.

Vietnamese students win gold medal for langur research

 VietNamNet Bridge – Dang Vu Minh,15, and Dao Nhat Minh, two secondary school students in Ha Noi, have won a gold medal for their research on the red-shanked douc langur (Pygathryx nemaeus).

Teen band wins gold prize at Asia Arts Festival in Singapore

 VietNamNet Bridge – Teen band Soul Club of HCM City won the Golden Prize at the Asia Arts Festival in Singapore on Sunday.

Ha Noi win, secure V. League second place

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ha Noi T&T jumped to the V. League’s second place after their 2-0 win over Dong Thap yesterday (July 29) in an early match of the round 18.

Thai Son Bac win HCM City Futsal Open

 VietNamNet Bridge – Thai Son Bac triumphed in the HCM City Futsal Open after defeating reigning champions Thai Son Nam during the penalty shootout on Sunday.

Hologic wins emergency U.S. authorization for Zika test

 Hologic Inc won emergency U.S. authorization to sell its Zika test, expanding the number of public and private labs that can test for the virus as health officials brace for a rise this summer in the number of infections.

VN students win int’l award for cancer study

 VietNamNet Bridge – Unlike other teenagers, Nguyen Thu Minh Chau and Hoang Lu Duc Chinh would prefer to spend hours doing experiments on cancer treatment during their free time.

Transport Ministry announces blacklist of incompetent contractors

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Transport has announced a blacklist of incompetent contractors that failed to meet major requirements and will therefore have fewer opportunities to win bids.

Ken Loach wins second Cannes Palme d'Or with 'I, Daniel Blake'

 British veteran director Ken Loach won his second Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival when "I, Daniel Blake", his latest social-realist drama, took the Best Picture award on Sunday.

Eurovision win lifts spirits in Ukraine, raises eyebrows in Russia

Ukrainian politicians hailed their country's surprise weekend victory in the European Song Contest as a continent-wide endorsement in their smoldering conflict with Russia, while Moscow said the competition had been hijacked by politics. 

AstraZeneca drug wins orphan status in thyroid cancer

 An experimental AstraZeneca drug that failed last year as a treatment for a rare cancer of the eye has been awarded special "orphan" status in the United States for a type of thyroid cancer.

Huyen wins silver at Asian weightlifting championships

 Vuong Thi Huyen won a silver medal at the Asian Weightlifting Championships in Tashkent, Uzbekistan on Sunday.

After big New York wins, Trump and Clinton cast themselves as inevitable

 Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton scored sweeping victories in nominating contests in their home state of New York, and immediately cited them in arguing they are all but unstoppable

Philip Morris wins Missouri 'lights' class action trial

 A jury in St. Louis, Missouri on Thursday rejected a request for about $1.8 billion in damages against Philip Morris USA in a class-action lawsuit that claimed the company misled smokers about the health risks of "light" cigarettes.

Hiromi wins second stage of international cycling event

 VietNamNet Bridge – Japanese Kaneko Hiromi won the second stage of the sixth Binh Duong International Women’s Cycling Tournament, Biwase Cup 2016 on Wednesday.

Trump, Clinton capture key wins on U.S. Super Tuesday

 Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton took big steps toward securing their parties' presidential nominations on Tuesday with a series of state-by-state victories, but their rivals vowed to keep on fighting.

Vietnamese student wins second prize at international contest

VietNamNet Bridge – Viet Nam's Pham Thi Minh Khue has come second in a children's poster-drawing contest launched by the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).  

Cisco wins U.S. patent dispute over wifi technology

 Cisco Systems Inc did not infringe a patent holding company's wifi technology, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Monday, reversing a near $64-million judgment against the networking equipment maker in the long-running patent dispute.

Apple Music wins exclusive video deal with Taylor Swift

 Apple Inc won a deal with pop star Taylor Swift to exclusively release a concert video of her recent world tour through its music streaming service, Apple Music, the company and singer said on Sunday.