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SYDNEY (Reuters) - David Warner completed his rehabilitation after serving a ball-tampering ban when he was named his country's top cricketer for the third time at the Australian Cricket Awards despite a poor showing in last year's Ashes series.
PETALING JAYA: The future SEA Games gymnastics competition will have to follow the rules of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG).
BARCELONA (Reuters) - The coach of a Spanish junior soccer team has been warned about his behaviour after celebrating a goal too much and displaying non-sporting conduct in a match between nine-year-olds.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Naomi Osaka offered a light-hearted apology to her racket sponsor for throwing a tantrum against Zheng Saisai at the Australian Open on Wednesday as the defending champion overcame her frustrations to set up a third-round clash with Coco Gauff.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A panel set up to review Australia's national soccer teams said it had found no bias or agenda behind the termination of women's coach Alen Stajcic in January or any existence of a reported "lesbian mafia" that wanted him out of the job.
(Reuters) - In a decade bookended by African sporting accomplishment, from the continent hosting its first soccer World Cup to South Africa's remarkable Rugby World Cup triumph, the game of cricket finds itself without a comparable crowning achievement to boost its profile in the region and generate much-needed revenue.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Former Wallabies fullback Israel Folau has settled his unfair dismissal case with Rugby Australia and Super Rugby team the New South Wales Waratahs, bringing an end to a prolonged and bitter dispute triggered by an explosive social media post.
(Reuters) - England fast bowler Jofra Archer has said the racial abuse directed at him by a fan at the end of the first test in New Zealand was a "real shame" but that he has moved on from the incident.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Former Wallabies fullback Israel Folau has raised his compensation claim against Rugby Australia (RA) and the New South Wales Waratahs to A$14 million (7.40 million pounds) in an updated court filing.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand Cricket chief David White visited England's Jofra Archer in his hotel on Tuesday to apologise for the racial abuse the fast bowler said he was subjected to in the first test at Mount Maunganui.