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(Reuters) - World heavyweight champion Andy Ruiz Jr has said he fulfilled a lifelong dream when he triumphed over Britain's Anthony Joshua in June and he would "die trying" to defend his belts in the title rematch in Saudi Arabia on Saturday.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - Slavia coach Jindrich Trpisovsky's coaching career has propelled him from the rough-and-tumble lower echelons of Czech football to Barcelona's hallowed Camp Nou - an unlikely journey that the baseball-cap wearing coach describes as a dream.
ZURICH (Reuters) - When a Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) team played at the 1992 European championship in place of the former Soviet Union, they wore bland shirts with no badge and Beethoven's ninth symphony replaced a national anthem before games.
(Reuters) - Formula One world champions Mercedes have agreed a technical partnership with Ineos Sports' cycling and sailing divisions in a bid to drive performance levels on track, road and sea.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Rampaging wildfires around Australia have put Cricket Australia (CA) and the national Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) on high alert ahead of the country's remaining two test matches against New Zealand.
(Reuters) - Liverpool boss Juergen Klopp has described the Premier League's hectic festive schedule as a "crime" against some teams that are forced to play two matches in the space of 48 hours.
PETALING JAYA: National bowler Esther Cheah is relishing her daily battles with the younger charges in the national set-up.
KUALA LUMPUR: Mixed doubles shuttler Shevon Lai Jemie has to postpone one test to get set for another at the Malaysian Masters.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - In an age of sport science, expert physical conditioning and meticulous planning, watching test cricketers clumsily kick a soccer ball around as they warm up defies belief.