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Motorsport 28 Jul 2019 | 3:15 AM

Michael Schumacher’s Ferrari a perfect fit for son Mick

HOCKENHEIM, Germany (Reuters) - Mick Schumacher stepped into his father Michael’s 2004 Formula One championship-winning Ferrari at the German Grand Prix on Saturday and found it a perfect fit.

Cycling 28 Jul 2019 | 12:20 AM

Cycling - Drops women's team may sell the bus to keep on road

LONDON (Reuters) - Bob Varney could be excused at times for thinking he is pedalling a up Mont Ventoux with a flat tyre as he tries to keep Britain's only professional women's cycling team on the road.

Football 26 Jul 2019 | 11:27 AM

Pochettino apologises to Man United for tough tackling in loss

(Reuters) - Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino apologised to Manchester United for his team's robust tackling in a 2-1 pre-season defeat on Thursday, but said their Premier League rivals were not blameless in the feisty encounter in Shanghai.

Bowling 22 Jul 2019 | 12:00 AM

He’s a trophy magnet

PETALING JAYA: Rafiq Ismail is on a roll.

Bowling 21 Jul 2019 | 12:00 AM

Rafiq rules Hong Kong Open for third success in a month

PETALING JAYA: Bowler Rafiq Ismail has finally won the men’s Open title for Malaysia at the Hong Kong Open – after 18 years!

Golf 20 Jul 2019 | 12:40 AM

Caddie chemistry helping Westwood mount a charge

PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland (Reuters) - Lee Westwood admits his caddie knows little about golf but that's alright because the person carrying his bag around the Royal Portrush links is his girlfriend Helen Storey.

Golf 19 Jul 2019 | 10:03 PM

Emotional Lehman bids farewell to British Open

PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland (Reuters) - More than two decades after lifting the Claret Jug, former champion Tom Lehman fought back the tears as he walked down the 18th fairway at Royal Portrush on Friday for what is almost certain to be his last British Open.

Golf 19 Jul 2019 | 6:23 AM

McIlroy's shocking start all too predictable

ROYAL PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland (Reuters) - Another poor start by Rory McIlroy at a major championship on Thursday hardly shocked some former players who used the words "choke" and "inexcusable" to describe the Northern Irishman's performance in the British Open first round on Thursday.