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LONDON (Reuters) - Colombian Egan Bernal will win the Tour de France in Paris on Sunday but 10 intrepid amateur women riders can claim bragging rights after going further, higher and completing the three-week trek 24 hours earlier.
(Reuters) - Australia retained the women's Ashes after the only test match in the series played across multiple formats ended in a draw at Taunton on Sunday.
PAU, France (Reuters) - Tour de France organisers are looking to launch a major women's race which "would be to women's cycling what the Tour de France is to men's cycling", they said on Friday.
(Reuters) - The International Cycling Union (UCI) is hopeful it can convince Tour de France organisers to hold a women's equivalent that will boost the sport, its president David Lappartient has said.
(Reuters) - Ellyse Perry was keen to share the acclaim after her career-best seven for 22 helped Australia to a thumping 194-run victory over England in the third and final Women's Ashes One-Day International on Sunday.
CHARLESTON, S.C. (Reuters) - Japan's Mamiko Higa, feeding off encouragement from her sumo wrestler fiance, sizzled on her U.S. Women's Open debut, wielding a hot putter on a scorching morning to take the first-round lead with a six-under-par 65 on Thursday.
(Reuters) - The U.S. wrapped up their preparations for the women’s World Cup on Sunday with a 3-0 win over Mexico on a sweltering day in New Jersey.
PARIS (Reuters) - With Olympique Lyonnais leading the way at club level, France is ready to complete its women's football development when it hosts the 2019 World Cup, the French federation's vice-president has said.
S P Setia hosted an International Women’s Day celebration at the Setia Alam Welcome Centre.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - The Argentine Football Association (AFA) announced the start of a professional league for women on Saturday and promised it would give women's football more attention, with the creation of a high performance centre in Buenos Aires.