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Germany Crashes Out of World Cup with Loss to South Korea

KAZAN, Russia — Germany became the latest defending champion to crash out of the World Cup at the first hurdle, part of a trend but definitely not part of the plan when Germany arrived here loaded with stars and swagger.


Swiss not on Easy Street but headed in right direction

KALININGRAD, Russia (Reuters) - Switzerland may not be on the World Cup Easy Street after a draw with mighty Brazil but coach Vladimir Petkovic said on Thursday he believes his team is headed down the right avenue as they prepare to face Serbia in a Group E clash.

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Frenchman smashes solo sailing record

BREST: Frenchman Francois Gabart smashed the world record for the fastest solo navigation of the globe on Sunday, completing the mammoth feat in 42 days, 16 hours, 40 minutes and 35 seconds.

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Sailing - Umpires keep America's Cup on even keel with 'UmpApp'

HAMILTON, Bermuda (Reuters) - America's Cup racing is fast, furious and dangerous.


Bring on digital dimension, says Tata F1 boss

LONDON (Reuters) - The day when Formula One fans can race virtually with real drivers in live grands prix may not be so far off as the sport looks to develop the digital dimension.


Cobra unveil another line of drivers

COBRA Golf, one of the world leaders in golf equipment technology, have launched what they term their longest and smartest drivers – King F7 and King F7+.


F1 stewards rule out review of Vettel's penalty

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Formula One stewards rejected Ferrari's request for a review of Sebastian Vettel's Mexican Grand Prix penalty on Friday, arguing that the Italian team had not presented any new evidence to warrant such a move.


Alonso can join the prestigious 300 club if he stays until 2018

SEPANG: Spaniard Fernando Alonso is next in line to join his McLaren team-mate Jenson Button in the exclusive “300 Grands Prix Club”.


Football club's bus held up and robbed by armed men

CARACAS (Reuters) - Six armed men hijacked a bus carrying Venezuela's Trujillanos soccer team and stole most of the players’ and coaching staff’s belongings, the first division club said on Monday.


Honda feel the heat as tensions rise

MONZA, Italy (Reuters) - McLaren's engine partners Honda faced a media battering on Saturday after the team showed no signs of improvement in Italian Grand Prix qualifying and internal strains rose to the surface.