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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's top rugby brains will convene in Sydney this week to plot the end of New Zealand's global dominance and the Wallabies' restoration to the top of the rankings.
LONDON (Reuters) - The rapidly-growing virtual world of e-sport is having to face up to some very real problems as it steps further into the mainstream sporting landscape.
TO all Malaysian motorsport fans who have yet to watch the Formula 1 race at Sepang International Circuit, this is your last chance to catch the action live.
TRUE to its promise of making the event accessible to all Malaysians and making it the grandest Formula 1 Grand Prix ever staged in its history, promoter and organiser Sepang International Circuit (SIC) have introduced an array of activities for all ticketholders attending the F1NALE race.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South African rugby will benefit from two of its teams playing in the northern hemisphere PRO14 competition and this will not come at the cost of existing relationships in the south, SA Rugby chief executive Jurie Roux said on Friday.
(Reuters) - O.J. Simpson is headed for a parole hearing in Nevada this week with legal experts saying he stands a good chance of winning release from prison in October, after serving nine years for a botched attempt to steal mementos from his sports career at gunpoint.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel, a fierce defender of the country's powerful auto industry, appeared to accept the days of the combustion engine may be numbered, as she hit out at carmakers accused of cheating diesel emissions tests.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The future of stand-up paddle (SUP) will be decided by the Court of Arbitration for Sport as the canoeing and surfing federations battle for control of a sport with rapidly rising popularity.
(The Sports Xchange) - A pair of game-worn Michael Jordan sneakers sold at auction for $190,373 (149,417 pounds) on Sunday, setting a record for game-used shoes.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Newly elected FIFA Council member Zhang Jian has confirmed that China intends to bid for a World Cup but said there had been no decision made as to which edition of soccer's global showpiece the country would seek to host.