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Motor racing: Truck crash adds to Renault's bad weekend

LONDON (Reuters) - Renault's German Grand Prix weekend went from bad to worse on Monday when one of the team's trucks crashed in Hungary while heading to Budapest for the next round of the Formula One championship.


Equestrian: Olympic eventing great Todd announces retirement

(Reuters) - Mark Todd, one of the great horsemen in equestrian sports history, announced his retirement on Sunday as he bowed out from eventing in familiar winning fashion.


From heartbreaks to big break – Fadzrul’s career takes off

KUALA LUMPUR: This year is turning out to be a memorable one for lanky midfielder Fadzrul Danel Nizam.


Dressel dominant, Ledecky 'struggling' at worlds

GWANGJU, South Korea (Reuters) - Caeleb Dressel swam within himself in the 100 metres butterfly heats and eased up in the 50 freestyle preliminaries yet no one was able to get a jump on the American at the world championships in Gwangju on Friday.

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All Blacks, Springboks roll the dice for World Cup prequel

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Managing risk while experimenting with selections, tactics and combinations has been the major theme in the build-up to Saturday's Rugby Championship blockbuster clash between South Africa and New Zealand.


Skipper wants another bite at Cup after nightmare outing

PETALING JAYA: Terengganu’s Malaysia Cup final meltdown still haunts their skipper Lee Tuck.


Portrush passes British Open test and awaits swift return

PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland (Reuters) - It took 68 years for the British Open to return to Royal Portrush and after a memorable week of golf, with Irishman Shane Lowry triumphing amid emotional scenes, it is hard to imagine anything but a swift return to the Northern Irish links course.


Sathia bites back at critics after revenge win over Red Ants

PETALING JAYA: B. Sathianathan remembers Feb 17 vividly when Selangor were thrashed 4-0 by PKNS.


No rhythm in Moscow as gymnasts freeze on big stage

PETALING JAYA: The big stage got the better of our juniors.