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(Reuters) - Elfyn Evans is the only driver who can deny Toyota team mate Sebastian Ogier his eighth world rally championship in nine years in Italy this weekend and even winning on Sunday may not be enough.
(Reuters) - Cricket commentator David Lloyd has apologised after Azeem Rafiq told a British parliamentary committee that the former England coach had made disparaging comments about Asian cricketers.
(Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen shook hands after the Sao Paulo Grand Prix but the gloves are now well and truly off between Formula One rivals Mercedes and Red Bull as the championship enters the final straight.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Red Bull Formula One team boss Christian Horner has blamed social media for 'exploiting' his criticism of AlphaTauri's Japanese rookie Yuki Tsunoda at the Mexico City Grand Prix.
PETALING JAYA: Badminton icon Datuk Lee Chong Wei has served a warning to junior players to stay away from match-fixing activities.
(Reuters) - Yuzuru Hanyu's hopes of winning a third Olympic figure skating gold medal for Japan have suffered a blow after he pulled out of a tournament in Tokyo due to an ankle injury.
PETALING JAYA: Indonesia’s hero Jonatan Christie paid tribute to teammates including non-playing personnel after they lifted the Thomas Cup after 19 years to the delight of the badminton-crazy nation.
PETALING JAYA: Former national junior shuttler V. Roobenraj (pic) will create history by becoming the first Malaysian to coach in the Middle East and will also use the opportunity to revive his career as a professional player in Qatar.
LONDON (Reuters) -Ben Ainslie has bought a majority stake in the franchise for the Great Britain SailGP Team he leads, in the first such move by one of the eight crews in the $1 million prize competition.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Russian national Under-19 men's handball team underwent lie detector tests and "psychodiagnostic evaluation" in front of a security specialist before eight of them were banned for match fixing, the country's Handball Federation (HFR) said on Friday.