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UEFA boss Michel Platini announced he would stand for president of world football's governing body FIFA on Wednesday, and immediately ran into a storm of criticism from one of his potential rivals. Platini's announcement ended weeks of speculation over whether the 60-year-old Frenchman would stand in the election to find a successor to the beleaguered Sepp Blatter. The Jordanian prince -- who prior to the election had declared what an honour it was to be supported by Platini -- said the former France playmaker was not the man to run the sport's global affairs.
TURNBERRY, Scotland (AP) — Inbee Park resuming her quest for the career Grand Slam. Teenage prodigy Lydia Ko seeking that elusive first major. Michelle Wie going for victory with an injured left foot.