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Doping - WADA didn't put money above clean sport on Russia, says chief

LONDON (Reuters) - The World Anti-Doping Agency president Craig Reedie is offended by allegations that WADA put money above clean sport while reinstating Russia's anti-doping agency (RUSADA), and said the move was only aimed at achieving Russian compliance.

Chandimal to lead all Sri Lanka sides after Asia Cup flop

COLOMBO (Reuters) - Batsman Dinesh Chandimal has been installed as Sri Lanka captain across all three formats after Angelo Mathews lost his role as skipper of the country's limited-overs teams following their exit from the Asia Cup in the United Arab Emirates.

Spinner Rashid agrees to all-format Yorkshire contract

LONDON (Reuters) - England leg-spinner Adil Rashid has agreed a new one-year, all-format deal with Yorkshire, the English county announced on Monday.

Federer, Zverev lead the way as Team Europe retain Laver Cup

(Reuters) - Roger Federer and Alexander Zverev won clutch singles matches as Team Europe beat Team World 13-8 to retain the Laver Cup on the third and final day of action in the international tournament in Chicago on Sunday.

Australia coach Cheika mum on playmaking options for Boks clash

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Australia coach Michael Cheika may be set to end the Kurtley Beale flyhalf experiment and restore Bernard Foley to the number 10 shirt for Saturday's Rugby Championship clash with rejuvenated South Africa.

Injured Tuilagi, Youngs pull out of England squad

(Reuters) - Centre Manu Tuilagi and scrumhalf Ben Youngs have pulled out of the England squad for this week's training camp in Bristol after sustaining injury in weekend club action, the Rugby Football Union said late on Sunday.

All Blacks must up their game against Pumas, says Perenara

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - New Zealand are on the verge of a third successive Rugby Championship but they will have to up their game to beat Argentina if they want to secure the title with a game to spare, the All Blacks' TJ Perenara said on Sunday.

Open road lies ahead for team Terengganu

IPOH: Syed Mohd Hussaini Syed Mazlan did not achieve big things when he was cycling for the country but he has now cemented his place as one of the most respected local coaches around.

Ride on: Terengganu cycling coach Syed Mohd Hussaini Syed Mazlan (carrying orange bag) cheering for Nur Aisyah Mohamad Zubir (with coloured scarf) who finished her campaign by winning the girls’ keirin final for her seventh gold in Sukma cycling.

Training the next gen

THE just concluded Malaysia Games (Sukma) aquatics competition in Ipoh was not just about blooding future champions but it was also a refreshing sight to see many former swimmers and divers performing their duties as coaches.

Satisfying Sukma

IPOH: National Sports Council (NSC) director general Datuk Ahmad Shapawi Ismail is pleased as punch with the quality of the athletes at the Malaysia Games (Sukma) in Perak.

Sheer joy: Muhd Ilham Suhaimi of Selangor celebrates after winning the boys’ 400m race in 47.02 to better the old record of 47.34 set by Zaiful Zainal Abidin 16 years ago. — S. S. KANESAN / The Star