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(Reuters) - New Zealand have been training to play with 14 men ahead of tests against Australia to prepare for the loss of red-carded players, All Blacks coach Ian Foster said.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The spotlight will be trained on Katie Ledecky as she bids to become the most successful female Olympian at the Tokyo pool but lurking in the shallows is Ariarne Titmus, a waterborne predator poised to strike at the queen of American swimming.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Wales lock Adam Beard will complete a remarkable turnaround in career fortunes on Wednesday when he runs out for the touring British & Irish Lions in South Africa as they take on the Sharks in their second tour match at Ellis Park.
THE women’s game took centre stage last week with the first Major of the season – the ANA Inspiration in Rancho Mirage, California where Patty Tavatanakit lit up the world of sport.
(Reuters) - Defending champion Kevin Kisner has a great record in singles matches at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play and hopes a return to that format this week in Austin, Texas, will jumpstart his game and get him into the Ryder Cup conversation.
PETALING JAYA: Under fire national No. 1 Lee Zii Jia has pleaded with fans to stop comparing him to Lee Chong Wei.
LONDON (Reuters) - Scrumhalf Ben Youngs says England's performance in Saturday's 23-20 victory over France should be their blueprint for the future, not just for the style on show but for the character than enabled them to wrestle control at the end.
PETALING JAYA: Do your homework, boys! That’s what Pahang head coach Thomas Dooley is demanding from his charges as he seeks to stop the rot for the east coast giants after they slumped to their second straight Super League defeat.
(Reuters) - Former Australia batsman Dean Jones died of a cardiac arrest on Thursday, aged 59.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Former Australia cricketer Dean Jones, one of the finest batsmen of his generation, died in India on Thursday from cardiac arrest aged 59, Star India said, prompting emotional tributes from the Australian prime minister and fellow players.