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CHIBA, Japan (Reuters) - Gary Woodland can kill two birds with one stone by beating Tiger Woods at the Zozo Championship.
KUALA LUMPUR: Trap shooter Charles Chen Seong Fook is still a top gun at 53.
KUALA LUMPUR: Rafiq Ismail and Sin Li Jane have been rewarded for their consistent performances throughout the year so far.
PUTRAJAYA: Team Canada are aiming for a gold-medal haul when the Waterski World Championships gets under way at the Water Sport Complex in Putrajaya today.
KERBALA, Iraq (Reuters) - The match should have been cause for young Iraqis to celebrate. Their national team beat Lebanon 1-0 in the first competitive international hosted by Iraq for years in the holy city of Kerbala, complete with an opening ceremony of music and dance.
LONDON (Reuters) - When it comes to Wimbledon, there is no hotter property than Roger Federer.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysia Karate Federation (Makaf) are looking at killing two birds with one stone with their latest plan.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The head of a Russian advertising agency tasked with decorating Moscow facades ahead of the soccer World Cup used the opportunity to commission a 12-storey high mural of his wife.
SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - The biggest change for Brazil at this World Cup is not on the field, or on the training ground, or even in the dressing-room. It's on the team sheet.
LONDON (Reuters) - A shortage of carbon dioxide has hit Britain's biggest brewers and soft drink makers, disrupting production just as drinkers' thirst peaks due to a heatwave and a World Cup soccer tournament in which England is doing unusually well.