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KIEV (Reuters) - Real Madrid's third successive Champions League triumph rubber-stamped their recent hegemony in European football and underlined their status as a true super club but did not confirm them as one of the all-time great teams.
SRI LANKA’S S.Thomas’ College (STC) proved too strong for the local competitors after clinching top spots in the recent Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC) Water Polo Open Championship.
SWORDS came together, not in opposition, but in friendly competition as the participants of Malaysia Kendo Association and South Korea’s Changwon Kumdo Association took the opportunity to share skills and technique of kendo during its third Friendship Exchange Programme.
Only in Italy. The run-up to a new Serie A season wouldn't be the same without a scandal but this one threatens to overwhelm it.
Fallen Italian giants Juventus, who were demoted to the second division last month with a penalty of minus 17 points for match-fixing, officially lodged their appeal with a civil court yesterday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Green groups have formed a coalition against three high-profile London 2012 sponsors, the latest in a wave of protests that have heightened fears that demonstrators are ramping up their campaigns in the run-up to the Games in nearly 100 days' time.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's Serie B, already cut to an unwieldy 19 teams and with Palermo ordered to the bottom of the table over financial problems, faced more problems on Thursday after its decision to abandon this season's relegation playoff was overturned.
NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia (Reuters) - Just how to ensure Kylian Mbappe gets a plentiful supply in his efforts to prise open a notoriously stingy Uruguay defence will be France coach Didier Deschamps' main preoccupation before Friday's World Cup quarter-final.
VOLGOGRAD/SAMARA, Russia (Reuters) - Russians in World Cup host cities – some of them remote or industrial towns where tourists rarely tread – are bending over backwards to help visiting soccer fans, dispelling some preconceptions and spreading an upbeat atmosphere throughout the tournament.
LONDON (Reuters) - The Australian ball-tampering scandal continues to ripple far beyond cricket circles, with captain Steve Smith portrayed as arch-villain in the sorry saga.