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(Reuters) - Mexico's Roberto Diaz holed a 100-yard wedge shot for eagle at his first hole and never looked back as he fired a flawless nine-under-par 62 and grabbed a two-stroke lead after the first round at the John Deere Classic in Illinois on Thursday.
SUBANG: The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) are confident that their newly-launched Malaysian Football DNA will put Malaysia on track to becoming a proper footballing nation.
WOKING, England (Reuters) - McLaren killed off any summer speculation on Tuesday by announcing that they will keep the same Formula One driver lineup of Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz next year.
(Reuters) - The contrast in competitiveness between the United States women and men's teams was starkly exposed on Sunday when the former won a fourth World Cup and the latter went down to Mexico in the Gold Cup final.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The Tour de France is only two days old but the newly-rebranded Team Ineos have already issued an emphatic response to anyone hoping a change of name for the world's dominant cycle team might have diluted their aura.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Dutchman Mike Teunissen clung on to the yellow jersey for another day as his Jumbo-Visma team powered to victory in the Tour de France's second stage on Sunday -- a 27.6-km team time trial around the streets of Brussels.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Uganda showed a bold commitment to attacking football as they reached the Africa Cup of Nations knockout stages for the first time in 41 years but ultimately paid for lack of experience at the top level.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Italian Vincenzo Nibali is the most successful Grand Tour rider who will start this year's Tour de France on Saturday but admits he might go for stage wins rather than chase overall victory.
GOODWOOD, England (Reuters) - Formula E founder Alejandro Agag is ready to take electric racing to extremes with the launch on Friday of a rugged SUV prototype that will compete in some of the most remote and ravaged parts of the planet.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Of the five previous Super Rugby finals the Canterbury Crusaders have hosted in Christchurch, none will be more poignant than Saturday's title showdown with the Jaguares.