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Wintry Gold Coast: Leave the heat, embrace the cold

Tired of heat and humidity? Time for a change of scenery! Australia's Gold Coast, with its wintry atmosphere this time of year, is perfect for those who want to embrace the cold.


Love of tennis key to Wawrinka's comeback

PARIS (Reuters) - Stan Wawrinka reached the third round at the French Open on Wednesday and said it was his love of tennis that helped him claw his way back from a painful knee injury.


Who is Dark Phoenix and what is the Phoenix Force?

Next month’s 'X-Men: Dark Phoenix' movie will mark the second attempt to adapt that classic storyline, the first one was with 2006’s 'X-Men: The Last Stand'.

Other Sport

Horseracing: Dettori still in love with The Derby more than ever

LONDON (Reuters) - When Frankie Dettori's life flashed before his eyes during a plane crash 19 years ago, one of his major regrets was that he would die without winning The Derby.


‘Diversity could be our strength’

THE past couple of months have been really exciting for the International Team, with many of our potential players producing some wonderful golf and enjoying success worldwide.


Henderson finally takes centre stage as Liverpool leader

MADRID (Reuters) - Liverpool's sixth European Cup win, celebrated on the streets of Merseyside on Sunday, was a triumph of a multinational squad, expertly welded into a winning machine by German manager Juergen Klopp.


Ruiz rematch will be make-or-break for beaten Briton Joshua

LONDON (Reuters) - Anthony Joshua described his stunning defeat to underdog Andy Ruiz Jr. as "a minor setback" but some in the fight game are wondering where Britain's damaged heavyweight hope goes from here.


Keeping tabs on vulnerable children

ALOR SETAR: For the past seven years, G. Jeevithan has been keeping a lookout for children left behind by their parents who are drug pushers or users.


Tennis - Expect the unexpected, clay Queen Evert says as French field shrinks

PARIS (Reuters) - As unusual names pepper the French Open women's singles draw in week two, former champion Chris Evert says expect the unexpected.


In China, jade sales enter the era of livestreaming

Jade, widely dubbed as the 'dinosaur' in the retail trade, is hip again in China thanks to livestreaming.