Badminton

National shuttlers celebrate after clinching the gold medal at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games on Monday. - GLENN GUAN / The Star

Malaysian shuttlers now eye individual glory

Malaysia win third Games gold in badminton

Pei Jing delivers Malaysia from a Singaporean shocker (updated)

Mixed team advance despite mixed pair's frailties

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Nathan reckons England can win mixed team gold

26 July 2014

GLASGOW: England’s Olympic Games silver medallist Nathan Roberston likes to be different and add some colour to badminton to make the game more exciting.

Michelle hopes to win medal to promote badminton

26 July 2014

GLASGOW: HONG KONG-born Michelle Li is hoping that a medal at the Commonwealth Games will give badminton a big lift in Canada.

Norfolk Island's Cribb just out to make a point - or two

24 July 2014

GLASGOW (Reuters) - With limited equipment and a converted dance floor to practise on, just winning a few points at the Commonwealth Games would thrill Norfolk Island shuttler Richard Cribb.

India's Kashyap Parupalli hits a return to Japan's Kento Momota during their men's singles match at the second round of the China Open Badminton Tournament in Shanghai, November 14, 2013. REUTERS/Stringer

Indian shuttler Kashyap hopes to be on song in Glasgow

24 July 2014

GLASGOW (Reuters) - Shuttler Parupalli Kashyap has his sights set on one of Glasgow's many karaoke bars should he win gold for India at the Commonwealth Games.

Wei Feng hopes for status quo in scoring format

24 July 2014

GLASGOW: Malaysia’s Chong Wei Feng blew his opponent away in 21 minutes. He then pleaded with the Badminton World Federation (BWF) to drop any plans to change the scoring format.

Golden glitter is possible for Singpore’s mixed pair

24 July 2014

GLASGOW: Singapore’s Danny Bawa Chrisnanta-Vanessa Neo can be a thorn in the flesh for Malaysia’s Chan Peng Soon-Lai Pei Jing in the mixed doubles competition at the Emirates Arena.

V Shem and Daren given double duty in Glasgow

23 July 2014

GLASGOW: Goh V Shem and Liew Daren have been given additional roles in this year’s Commonwealth Games.

Norfolk shuttlers just happy to be in Glasgow

23 July 2014

GLASGOW: That the Norfolk Island are not going to win any medals in badminton is a no brainer, indeed. But the fact that they are even in Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games is already an achievement.

Tendulkar factor adds to pressure on India's Sindhu

23 July 2014

GLASGOW, July 23 (Reuters) – India’s Venkata Pusarla Sindhu has to contend not only with the hopes of her nation but the pressure of impressing her most famous fan in the Commonwealth Games badminton competition.

Badminton player hopes to find his legs again in Glasgow

23 July 2014

GLASGOW (Reuters) - Lee Yon has more than his rivals to overcome when the men’s badminton tournament starts at the Commonwealth Games.

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Results and Fixtures

Malaysian Football

SUPER LEAGUE

ARMED FORCES 1 SIME DARBY 1
KELANTAN 2 TERENGGANU 3
SARAWAK 0 JDT 1
PKNS 2 SELANGOR 2
PERAK 3 PAHANG 0
T-TEAM 0 LIONS XII 1

PREMIER LEAGUE

JDT II 1 SABAH 0
PENANG 2 SPA PUTRAJAYA 2
POLICE 2 KEDAH 3
UiTM 1 NEGRI SEMBILAN 1
PERLIS 2 FELDA UNITED 3
DRB HICOM FC 1 PBAPP FC 1

EPL Results & Standings

English Premier League

   P  GD Pts
Man City (C)
38 65 86
Liverpool
38 51 84
Chelsea
38 44 82
Arsenal
38 27 79
Everton
38 22 72
Tottenham
38 4 69
Man Utd
38 21 64
Southampton
38 8 56
Newcastle
38 -16 49
Stoke
38 -7 50
Crystal Palace
38 -15 45
Swansea
38 0 42
West Ham
38 -11 40
Sunderland
38 -19 38
Aston Villa
38 -22 38
Hull
38 -15 37
West Brom
38 -16 36
Norwich (R)
38 -34 33
Fulham (R)
38 -45 32
Cardiff (R)
38 -42 30

C - champion
R - relegated

Upcoming EPL Fixtures

Season 2014/15 commences on Saturday, Aug 16, 2014.

** Denotes morning match

All matches in Malaysian time

Other Football Results

Champions League second qualifying round, first leg: Valletta FC (Mlt) 0 Qarabag (Aze) 1, Slovan Bratislava (Svk) 1 The New Saints (Wal) 0, BATE Borisov (Blr) 0 Skenderbeu (Alb) 0, FC Sheriff (Mda) 2 Sutjeska (Mne) 0, Zrinjski Mostar (Bih) 0 Maribor (Svn) 0, Santa Coloma (And) 0 Maccabi Tel Aviv (Isr) 1, Rabotnicki Skopje (Mkd) 0 HJK Helsinki (Fin) 0, Sparta Prague (Cze) 7 Levadia Tallinn (Est) 0, Cliftonville (Nir) 0 Debrecen (Hun) 0, Partizan Belgrade (Srb) 3 Torshavn (Fro) 0, Dinamo Zagreb (Cro) 2 Zalgiris (Ltu) 0, KR Reykjavik (Isl) 0 Celtic (Sco) 1.

Commonwealth Games

ATHLETICS
(All finals)
MEN
100m: 1. Kemar Bailey-Cole (Jam) 10.00 seconds, 2. Adam Gemili (Eng) 10.10, 3. Nickel Ashmeade (Jam) 10.12.
Shot Put: O'Dayne Richards (Jam) 21.61m, Tom Walsh (Nzl) 21.19m, Tim Nedow (Can) 20.59m. 

WOMEN
100m: 1. Blessing Okagbare (Nig) 10.85 seconds, 2. Veronica Campbell-Brown (Jam) 11.03, Kerron Stewart (Jam) 11.07.
Hammer Throw: 1. Sultana Frizell (Can) 71.97m, 2. Julia Ratcliffe (Nzl) 69.96m, 3. Sophie Hitchon (Eng) 68.72m.

BADMINTON
Mixed Team
Final: Malaysia bt England 3-1 (Chan Peng Soon-Lai Pei Jing lost to Chris Adcock-Gabrielle Adcock 14-21, 26-28; Chong Wei Feng bt Rajiv Ouseph 21-17, 19-21, 21-19; Goh V Shem-Tan Wee Kiong bt Chris-Andrew Ellis 21-19, 21-17; Tee Jing Yi bt Sarah Walker 21-16, 21-17).

HOCKEY

Men's group stage: Scotland 4 Wales 3, New Zealand 2 England 1, Trinidad and Tobago 4 Malaysia 2.

LAWN BOWL
MEN
Pairs semi-finals: Scotland bt England 16-15, Malaysia bt Namibia 23-15.
Triples semi-finals: Northern Ireland bt Wales 20-12; South Africa by Australia 18-14.

WOMEN
Singles semi-final: Natalie Melmore (Eng) bt Colleen Piketh (Rsa) 21-18; Jo Edwards (Nzl) bt Catherine McMillen (Nir) 21-8.
Fours final: South Africa bt Malaysia 14-9.
Bronze playoff: New Zealand bt Scotland 21-15.

RUGBY SEVENS
Final: South Africa 19 New Zealand 12.
Bronze medal playoff: Australia 24 Samoa 0. 

SHOOTING
Final
MEN
50m rifle three positions: 1. Daniel Rivers (Eng) 452.9, 2. Sanjeev Rajput (Ind) 446.9, 3. Gagan Narang (Ind) 436. 8. Selected: 7. Mohd Hadafi Jaafar 391.6

WOMEN
50m rifle three positions: 1. Jasmine Ser (Sin) 449.1, 2. Jen Mcintosh (Sco) 446.6, 3. Lajja Gauswami (Ind) 436.1. Selected: 4. Nur Suryani Taibi 422.0

SQUASH
Women's singles 
Final: Nicol David (Mas) bt Laura Massaro (Eng) 12-10, 11-2, 11-5. 
Bronze medal playoff: Joelle King (Nzl) bt Alison Waters (Eng) 11-7, 11-7, 11-5. 

Men’s singles 
Final: Nick Matthew (Eng) bt James Willstrop (Eng) 11-9, 8-11, 11-5, 6-11, 11-5.
Bronze medal playoff: Peter Barker (Eng) bt Saurav Ghosal (Ind) 11-5, 6-11, 11-5, 11-6. 

SWIMMING
MEN
50m breaststroke: 1. Cameron van der Burgh (Rsa 26.76, 2. Adam Peaty (Eng) 26.68, 3. Christian Sprenger (Aus) 27.46.
50m backstroke: 1. Ben Treffers (Aus) 24.67, 2. Mitch Larkin (Aus) 24.80, 3. Liam Tancock (Eng) 24.98.
100m freestyle: 1. James Magnussen (Aus) 48.11, 2. Cameron Mcevoy (Aus) 48.34, 3. Tommaso D’orsogna (Aus) 49.04.
100m butterfly: 1. Chad le Clos (Rsa) 51.29, 2. Joseph Schooling (Sin) 51.69, 3. Adam Barrett (Eng) 51.93.
200m backstroke: 1. Mitch Larkin (Aus) 1:55:83, 2. Josh Beaver (Aus) at 1:56:18, 3. Matson Lawson (Aus) 1:56:63.
4x200m: 1. Australia 7:07.38 (Games record), 2. Scotland 7:09.18, 3. South Africa 7:10. 36. Selected: 7. Malaysia (Lim Ching Hwang, Vernon Lee Jeau Zhi, Kevin Yeap Soon Choy, Welson Sim Wee Sheng) 7:26.74.

WOMEN
50m butterfly: 1. Francesca Halsall (Eng) 25.20, 2. Arianna Vanderpool Wallace (Bah) 25.53, 3. Brittany Elmslie (Aus) 25.91.
100m freestyle: 1. Cate Campbell (Aus) 52.68, 2. Bronte Campbell (Aus) 52.86, 3. Emma McKeon (Aus) 53.61. 
100m breaststroke: 1. Sophie Taylor (Eng) 1:06:35, 2. Lorna Tonks (Aus) at 1:07:34, 3. Alia Atkinson (Jam) 1:08:14.
200m butterfly: 1. Audrey Lacroix (Can) 2:07:61, 2. Aimee Willmott (Eng) at 2:08:07, 3. Maddie Groves (Aus) 2:08:44. 
200m backstroke: 1. Belinda Hocking (Aus) 2:07.24, 2. Emily Seebohm (Aus) 2:08.51, 3. Hilary Caldwell (Can) 2:08.55.
200m individual medley: 1. Siobhan O’Connor (Eng) 2:08.21, 2. Alicia Coutts (Aus) 2:10.30, 3. Hannah Miley (Sco) 2:10.74.
800m freestyle: 1. Jazz Carlin (Wal) 8:18:11, 2. Lauren Boyle (Nzl) at 8:20:59, 3. Brittany MacLean (Can) 8:20:91. 

TABLE TENNIS
Team event
Men 
Final: Singapore bt England 3-1.
Bronze medal playoff: Nigeria bt India 3-1.

Women
Final: Singapore bt Malaysia 3-0.
Bronze medal playoff: Australia bt India 3-1.

Golf

LPGA International Crown

Singles matches (2 points for win, 1 for halved match):
Pernilla Lindberg (Swe) bt Ariya Jutanugarn (Tha) 6 and 5, Carlota Ciganda (Spa) bt Choi Na-yeon (Kor) 8 and 6, Park In-bee (Kor) bt Caroline Hedwall (Swe) 4 and 2, Pornanong Phatlum (Tha) bt I.K. Kim (Kor) 1-up, Beatriz Recari (Spa) bt Mikaela Parmlid (Swe) 3 and 2, Anna Nordqvist (Swe) bt Mamiko Higa (Jpn) 3 and 2, Ryu So-yeon (Kor) bt Sakura Yokomine (Jpn) 1-up, Belen Mozo (Spa) bt Moriya Jutanugarn (Tha) 3 and 2, Mika Miyazato (Jpn) bt Onnarin Sattayabanphot (Tha) 3 and 1, Azahara Munoz (Spa) bt Ai Miyazato (Jpn) 2 and 1.
Final standings: Spain 15 points, Sweden 11, South Korea 10, Japan 10, Thailand 9.

Tennis

Washington Open

First round
Men’s singles: Benoit Paire (Fra) bt Frank Dancevic (Can) 6-4, 6-0; Robby Ginepri (US) bt Alejandro Falla (Col) 6-4, 6-2; Rajeev Ram (US) bt Jared Donaldson (US) 6-7 (1-7), 6-4, 7-5; Tim Smyczek (US) bt Alex Kuznetsov (US) 6-3, 6-0; Malek Jaziri (Tun) bt Sergiy Stakhovsky (Ukr) 7-6 (7-2), 6-4; Bernard Tomic (Aus) bt Alejandro Gonzalez (Col) 6-3, 6-2; Donald Young (US) bt Yuichi Sugita (Jpn) 6-4, 4-6, 6-4; Marinko Matosevic (Aus) bt Illya Marchenko (Ukr) 6-4, 7-5; Lukas Lacko (Svk) bt Filip Peliwo (Can) 7-5, 6-3; Evgeny Donskoy (Rus) bt Francis Tiafoe (US) 6-4, 6-4.

Women’s singles: Svetlana Kuznetsova (Rus) bt Polona Hercog (Slo) 6-3, 6-2; Vania King (US) bt Francoise Abanda (Can) 6-2, 6-0; Hiroko Kuwata (Jpn) bt Alison Riske (US) 6-0, 7-5; Taylor Townsend (US) bt Julia Goerges (Ger) 3-6, 6-2, 6-3; Zarina Diyas (Kaz) bt Tornado Black (US) 6-4, 6-0; Shelby Rogers (US) bt Alize Cornet (Fra) 7-5, 4-6, 6-4; Kurumi Nara (Jpn) bt Madison Keys (US) 7-5, 6-3; Sorana Cirstea (Rom) bt Kiki Bertens (Ned) 6-4, 4-6, 6-3.

WTA Stanford

First round: Sachia Vickery (US) bt Zhang Shuai (Chn) 6-1, 6-2; Karolina Pliskova (Cze) bt Kimiko Date-Krumm (Jpn) 6-1, 6-3; Naomi Osaka (Jpn) bt Samantha Stosur (Aus) 4-6, 7-6 (9-7), 7-5.

Cycling

Tour de France

21st and final stage (137.5km): 1. Marcel Kittel (Ger) GIA 3’20:50, 2. Alexander Kristoff (Nor) KAT, 3. Ramunas Navardauskas (Ltu) GRM, 4. Andr Greipel (Ger) LTB, 5. Mark Renshaw (Aus) OPQ, 6. Bernhard Eisel (Aut) SKY, 7. Bryan Coquard (Fra) EUC, 8. Alessandro Petacchi (Ita) OPQ, 9. Peter Sagan (Svk) CAN, 10. Romain Feillu (Fra) BSE, 11. Daniele Bennati (Ita) TIN, 12. Arnaud Dmare (Fra) FDJ, 13. Greg van Avermaet (Bel) BMC, 14. Adrien Petit (Fra) COF, 15. Sep Vanmarcke (Bel) BKN all same time.

Leading overall standings: 1. Vincenzo Nibali (Ita) AST 89’59:06, 2. Jean Christophe Peraud (Fra) ALM 7:37 behind, 3. Thibaut Pinot (Fra) FDJ 8:15, 4. Alejandro Valverde (Spa) MOV 9:40, 5. Tejay van Garderen (US) BMC 11:44, 6. Romain Bardet (Fra) ALM 11:46, 7. Leopold Konig (Cze) APP 14:32, 8. Haimar Zubeldia (Spa) TRE 17:57, 9. Laurens ten Dam (Ned) BKN 18:11, 10. Bauke Mollema (Ned) BKN 21:15, 11. Pierre Rolland (Fra) EUC 23:07, 12. Frank Schleck (Lux) TRE 25:48, 13. Juergen van den Broeck (Bel) LTB 34:01, 14. Yury Trofimov (Rus) KAT 36:41, 15. Steven Kruijswijk (Ned) BKN 38:15.

Points: 1. Peter Sagan (Svk) CAN 431 points, 2. Alexander Kristoff (Nor) KAT 282, 3. Bryan Coquard (Fra) EUC 271, 4. Marcel Kittel (Ger) GIA 222, 5. Mark Renshaw (Aus) OPQ 211.

King of Mountains: 1. Rafal Majka (Pol) TIN 181 points, 2. Vincenzo Nibali (Ita) AST 168, 3. Joaquin Rodriguez (Spa) KAT 112, 4. Thibaut Pinot (Fra) FDJ 89, 5. Jean Christophe Peraud (Fra) ALM 85.

Team stage: 1. BMC 10’02:34, 2. Garmin 0:06 behind, 3. Omega Pharma 0:11, 4. Lampre 0:14, 5. Giant 0:17.

Team overall: 1. AG2R La Mondiale 270’27:02, 2. Belkin 34:46 behind, 3. Movistar 1’06:10, 4. BMC 1’07:51, 5. Europcar 1’34:57.

Motorsport

FORMULA ONE

Hungarian Grand Prix

306.630km (70 laps): 1. Daniel Ricciardo (Aus) Red Bull Racing 1’53:05.058, 2. Fernando Alonso (Spa) Scuderia Ferrari 5.200 seconds behind, 3. Lewis Hamilton (Bri) Mercedes 5.800, 4. Nico Rosberg (Ger) Mercedes 6.300, 5. Felipe Massa (Bra) Williams 29.700, 6. Kimi Raikkonen (Fin) Scuderia Ferrari 31.300, 7. Sebastian Vettel (Ger) Red Bull Racing 40.700, 8. Valtteri Bottas (Fin) Williams 41.000, 9. Jean-Eric Vergne (Fra) Toro Rosso 58.100, 10. Jenson Button (Bri) McLaren Mercedes 1:06.800, 11. Adrian Sutil (Ger) Sauber 1:07.600, 12. Kevin Magnussen (Den) McLaren Mercedes 1:17.800, 13. Pastor Maldonado (Ven) Lotus 1:23.300, 14. Daniil Kvyat (Rus) Toro Rosso 1 lap, 15. Jules Bianchi (Fra) Marussia 1, 16. Max Chilton (Bri) Marussia 1.
Retirements: Marcus Ericsson (Swe) Caterham 9 laps, Romain Grosjean (Fra) Lotus 11, Nico Hulkenberg (Ger) Force India 15; Sergio Perez (Mex) Force India 23; Kamui Kobayashi (Jpn) Caterham 25; Esteban Gutierrez (Mex) Sauber 34.

Drivers’ standings: 1. Nico Rosberg (Ger) 202 points, 2. Lewis Hamilton (Bri) 191, 3. Daniel Ricciardo (Aus) 131, 4. Fernando Alonso (Spa) 115, 5. Valtteri Bottas (Fin) 95, 6. Sebastian Vettel (Ger) 88, 7. Nico Hulkenberg (Ger) 69, 8. Jenson Button (Bri) 60, 9. Felipe Massa (Bra) 40, 10. Kevin Magnussen (Den) 37, 11. Sergio Perez (Mex) 29, 12. Kimi Raikkonen (Fin) 27, 13. Jean-Eric Vergne (Fra) 11, 14. Romain Grosjean (Fra) 8, 15. Daniil Kvyat (Rus) 6.0, 16. Jules Bianchi (Fra) 2.0.

Constructors’ standings: 1. Mercedes 393 points, 2. Red Bull Racing 219, 3. Scuderia Ferrari 142, 4. Williams 135, 5. Force India 98, 6. McLaren Mercedes 97, 7. Toro Rosso 17, 8. Lotus 8, 9. Marussia 2.

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Sports Calendar

July

June 23-July 5
Wimbledon Championships – tennis
London

June 12-July 13
FIFA World Cup Finals – football
Brazil

July 3
Diamond League – athletics
Lausanne, Switzerland

July 6
British Grand Prix – Formula One
Silverstone

July 4-11
World Masters – squash
Hong Kong

July 5
Diamond League – athletics
Paris

July 5-27
Tour de France – cycling
England-France

July 8-13
US Open – badminton
New York

July 10-13
Women's Open – golf
Royal Birkdale, England

July 11-12
Diamond League – athletics
Glasgow, Scotland

July 11-13
German Grand Prix – MotoGP
Sachsenring

July 15-20
Chinese Taipei Open – badminton
Taipei City

July 15-20
Diving World Cup
Shanghai

July 17-20
The Open – golf
Liverpool, England

July 18
Diamond League – athletics
Monaco

July 20
German Grand Prix – Formula One
Hockenheim

July 23-Aug 3
Commonwealth Games
Glasgow

July 27
Hungarian Grand Prix – Formula One
Budapest

July 27-Aug 10
World Masters Championships – swimming
Montreal, Canada

August

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Commonwealth Games
Glasgow, Scotland

July 27-Aug 10
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Montreal, Canada

Aug 4-10
Rogers Cup – tennis
Toronto

Aug 7-10
US PGA Championship – golf
Valhalla

Aug 9-17
Cincinnati Open – tennis
US

Aug 10
FA Community Shield – football
Wembley

Aug 10
Indianapolis GP – MotoGP
US

Aug 10-15
Men’s & Women’s World Junior Individual – squash
Windhoek, Namibia

Aug 12
UEFA Super Cup – football
Cardiff, England

Aug 12-17
European Championships – athletics
Zurich

Aug 13-24
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Berlin

Aug 16
English Premier League season starts – football
England

Aug 16-21
Men’s World Junior Team Championship – squash
Windhoek, Namibia

Aug 16-28
Youth Olympic Games
Nanjing, China

Aug 17
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Aug 21
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Stockholm

Aug 24
Diamond League – athletics
Birmingham

Aug 24
Belgium Grand Prix – Formula One
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Aug 25-31
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Copenhagen

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US Open – tennis
New York

Aug 27-28
Swimming World Cup
Doha, Qatar

Aug 28
Diamond League – athletics
Zurich

Aug 31
British GP – MotoGP
Silverstone

September

Aug 25- Sept 7
US Open – tennis
New York

Aug 23-Sept 14
Tour of Spain (Vuelta Espana) - cycling

Sept 1-7
World University Squash Championships – squash
Chennai, India

Sept 2-7
Vietnam Open – badminton
Ho Chi Minh City

Sept 5
Diamond League – athletics
Brussels, Belgium

Sept 7
Italian Grand Prix – Formula One
Monza

Sept 8-21 World Championships – sailing Santander, Spain

Sept 9-14
Indonesia Open – badminton
TBC

Sept 12
Davis Cup semi-finals – tennis
Various locations

Sept 14
San Marino GP – MotoGP
Misano

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Asian Games
Incheon, South Korea

Sept 20-28
World Road Championships – cycling
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Sept 21
Aragon GP – MotoGP
Aragon, Spain

Sept 21
Singapore Grand Prix – Formula One
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Sept 26-28
Ryder Cup – golf
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Sept 28
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Brasilia

Sept 30-Oct 6
Carol Weymuller Open – squash
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October

Sept 27 - Oct 5
WTA China Open - tennis
Beijing

Oct 2-5
Reignwood LPGA Classic - golf
Beijing, China

Oct 3-12
World Artistic Championships - gymnastics
Nanning, China

Oct 5
Japanese Grand Prix - Formula One
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Oct 5-12
Shanghai Rolex Masters - tennis
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WTA Generali Ladies Linz - tennis
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Oct 9-18
US Open - squash
Philadelphia

Oct 9-12
Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia - golf
Kuala Lumpur

Oct 11
Rugby League: Super League Grand Final - Rugby
Manchester, England

Oct 12
Standard Chartered KL Marathon
Kuala Lumpur

Oct 12
Russian Grand Prix- Formula One
Sochi

Oct 7-12
Dutch Open - Badminton
Almere

Oct 12
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Motegi

Oct 13-19
WTA Kremlin Cup - tennis
Moscow, Russia

Oct 14-19
Denmark Open (Superseries Premier) - Badminton
Odense

Oct 16-19
LPGA HanaBank Championship
Incheon, South Korea

Oct 19
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Phillip Island

Oct 20-26
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Singapore

Oct 21-26
France Open (Superseries) - Badminton
Paris

Oct 26
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Sepang

Oct 27 - Nov 2
WTA Yinzhou Bank Open - tennis
Ningbo, China

Oct 27 - Nov 2
BNP Paribas Masters - tennis
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Oct 28
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USA

Oct 28 - Nov 2
Bitburger SaarLorLux Open - badminton
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