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MONACO (Reuters) - Radamel Falcao netted a double to give Monaco a 3-0 win against CSKA Moscow as the principality side took a big step towards a last 16 spot in the Champions League on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Kell Brook admits to feeling fear but says he is ready to inflict a first career defeat on Kazakh knockout specialist Gennady Golovkin when they meet in a London ring on Saturday.
(Reuters) - Former world number one Tiger Woods, whose ranking has slipped to a mind-boggling 711th after being blighted by injuries and poor form in recent years, said on Wednesday that he is hoping to make his PGA Tour return at next month's Safeway Open in Napa, California.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Mircea Lucescu won his first competition since taking over as coach when Zenit St Petersburg beat CSKA Moscow 1-0 to retain the Russian Super Cup on Saturday.
METZ, France (Reuters) - Much-maligned Olivier Giroud struck twice to help attack-minded France sink Scotland 3-0 in a final warm-up game before they launch Euro 2016 on home soil next week.
(Reuters) - Not all world champions could count on sympathy from a rival after suffering a shoulder injury but it is not only sororal love that has Cate Campbell consoling sister Bronte heading into Australia's Olympic swimming trials.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - When shots rang out last month in the first gun battle in seven years between Rio de Janeiro police and drug traffickers in Santa Marta, its reputation as a peaceful slum with stunning views and a popular samba night was shattered.
LONDON (Reuters) - The film "United Passions" in which British actor Tim Roth portrays FIFA president Sepp Blatter does not hit American cinema screens until Friday, but whether it sinks - as it did in Europe - or swims it has at least one immortal line:
CAPE TOWN, (Reuters) - Two years ago Schalk Burger was fighting for his life but in a remarkable turnaround in fortunes he is now battling for a place in South Africa’s Rugby World Cup squad.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - NBA player Chris Copeland of the Indiana Pacers and his wife were stabbed during a dispute outside a New York City nightclub early on Wednesday and hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries, according to police and media reports.