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Hufe nets Langkawi win on third try

PETALING JAYA: Mareen Hufe (pic) of Germany finally discarded her bridesmaid tag at the Ironman Malaysia in Langkawi.

Mareen Hufe of German finally ended on the top of the podium at the Langkawi Ironman.

Wei Yan marks end of career with a bronze

PETALING JAYA: National exponent Chew Wei Yan retired from competitive taekwondo with a bang.

One for the album: Chew Wei Yan (centre) posing with national  taekwando coaches Yap Yih Tiing (left) and South Korean Jin Jun-beom after winning the bronze medal at the 2018 Taipei World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships on Friday.

Man of steel

KUALA LUMPUR: Is being short a disadvantage in sports? Surely not for steely national hockey defender Faiz Helmi Jali, who stands at 156cm (five feet and one inch).

National team must carve out a must-win plan in Myanmar tie

PETALING JAYA: It’s back to the drawing board for the national football team following their 2-0 loss to Vietnam in the AFF Suzuki Cup.

Going all out: Malaysia defender Aidil Zafuan (left) vying for the ball with Vietnam midfielder Pham Duc Huy during the AFF Suzuki Cup Group A match at the My Dinh Stadium in Hanoi on Friday. — AFP

Players let rip in flatulence row at Grand Slam of Darts

(Reuters) - Players set more than just their arrows flying at the Grand Slam of Darts this week, with opponents rowing over who had emitted noxious smells during their match, media reported on Saturday.

Boult leads NZ fightback against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi

(Reuters) - New Zealand fast bowler Trent Boult claimed four wickets to spark a recovery as they restricted Pakistan to a first innings lead of 74 on day two of the first test in Abu Dhabi on Saturday.

South Africa beat Australia in truncated T20

SYDNEY (Reuters) - South African bowling once again dominated Australian batting as the tourists won a truncated one-off Twenty20 international by 21 runs on the Gold Coast on Saturday.

Cricket-Leach takes four as England close in on series victory

PALLEKELE, Sri Lanka (Reuters) - England's left-arm spinner Jack Leach led a strong spin bowling display that put the tourists within three wickets of a series-clinching victory against Sri Lanka on an intriguing fourth day of the second test on Saturday.

Ogier in driving seat as Neuville's Australia woes continue

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Sebastien Ogier was in pole position to take a sixth consecutive world rally championship title after finishing the second day of Rally Australia with a lead of more than 50 seconds over his main challenger Thierry Neuville on Saturday.

Karunaratne leads Sri Lanka recovery after Leach triple-strike

PALLEKELE, Sri Lanka (Reuters) - Opening batsman Dimuth Karunaratne struck an unbeaten half-century to lead Sri Lanka's recovery after three early wickets from England left-arm spinner Jack Leach had left the hosts rattled on the fourth day of the second test on Saturday.