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Neymar may make Barca return against Malaga - coach

BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona's Brazil forward Neymar could play a part in Saturday's La Liga match at home to Malaga after completing his recovery from illness, coach Luis Enrique said on Friday.

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New MotoGP deals for Crutchlow, Smith

LONDON (Reuters) - British MotoGP riders Cal Crutchlow and Bradley Smith have signed new deals with the Honda and Yamaha teams respectively for the 2016 season ahead of their home grand prix at Silverstone this weekend.

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Search underway for missing U.S. Olympic sailor off Florida

MIAMI (Reuters) - Searchers scoured the waters off Miami on Friday for a member of the 2012 U.S. Olympic sailing team after his boat washed up at a marina the previous night, U.S. Coast Guard officials said.  A 16-foot (5-meter) boat littered with personal items belonging to Trevor Moore, 30, was found on Thursday at a marina about five miles (eight km) south of downtown Miami, not far from his home, authorities and an Olympic team spokesman said.


Mercedes to hold factory inquest after Monaco gaffe

LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One champions Mercedes will be in full gremlin-hunting mode when they regroup at their factory on Tuesday after committing one of the sport's biggest strategic blunders at the Monaco Grand Prix.

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U.S. female rower readies for solo Pacific Ocean odyssey

(Reuters) - Sonya Baumstein lay in bed one sleepless night and wept softly as she pondered her upcoming attempt to cross the Pacific Ocean alone in a rowboat.


Wales take to the air to plot Ireland downfall

LONDON (Reuters) - Wales coach Warren Gatland is getting a bird's eye view of his players in training for Saturday's crunch Six Nations clash with Ireland thanks to the use of a drone.


Cabioch dreaming of Olympic Games

KUALA LUMPUR: He may hail from the principality of Monaco – the second smallest country in the world with an area of just 2.02sq km and an estimated population of 36,950 – but Ian-Soren Cabioch isn’t afraid of dreaming big.


F1 drivers back speed limit proposals

SOCHI Russia (Reuters) - Formula One drivers have backed proposals to introduce a 'virtual safety car' or automatic speed limiter that would force the entire field to slow when yellow warning flags are waved.


Formula One considering automatic speed limits

SOCHI Russia (Reuters) - Formula One is planning to impose automatic speed limits as part of safety measures to prevent any recurrence of the sort of accident that has left French driver Jules Bianchi fighting for his life in Japan.


UK's cycling money man ditches capitalism after long Brazil ride

MANAUS Brazil (Reuters) - London accountant Andy Smith used to make good money in the City but says he is giving up on full-blown capitalism after a five-month bicycle ride through Brazil opened his eyes to life's real riches.