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Alpine skiing - Austria finish with a bang as Hirscher wins slalom

ARE, Sweden (Reuters) - Marcel Hirscher provided a slalom masterclass to deliver Austria a belated first gold medal in the final event of the Alpine skiing world championships on Sunday.

Hockey development programme for kids kicks off, club gets RM99k sponsorship

KUALA LUMPUR: If there is a will, there is a way.
No sport can sustain itself in a competitive world without a proper development programme.

Qatar aims to build $20 billion sports sector ahead of World Cup

DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar wants to attract more sports companies to the Gulf state, aiming to develop a $20 billion (15.51 billion pounds) sports sector ahead of the 2022 World Cup, a senior official said on Sunday.

Rallying - Tanak wins in Sweden to lead championship

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Estonian Ott Tanak won Rally Sweden for Toyota on Sunday to take the lead in the world rally championship for the first time in his career.

Athletics - Wanders and Hassan set world 5km records in Monaco

(Reuters) - Julien Wanders and Sifan Hassan won the inaugural 5 kilometre Herculis in Monaco on Sunday and in doing so claimed the official male and female world records respectively.

Campbell gets first call-up for West Indies ODI squad

(Reuters) - John Campbell, Carlos Brathwaite and Sheldon Cottrell have been called up to the West Indies squad for next week's first two one day internationals against England.

Rugby - Boyd moves to allay Biggar injury concerns

LONDON (Reuters) - Northampton coach Chris Boyd has moved to allay Wales fans' fears over the fitness of Dan Biggar ahead of next week's Six Nations clash with England after he was taken off less than 20 minutes into the Saints' win over Sale on Saturday.

Ethiopia's Tefera breaks world indoor 1,500m record

BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - Ethiopian teenager Samuel Tefera outduelled compatriot Yomif Kejelcha to break the world indoor 1,500 metres record in Birmingham on Saturday.

Cricket - Farbrace to step down as England assistant coach for Warwickshire role

(Reuters) - England assistant coach Paul Farbrace is to leave his role at the end of the ongoing tour of West Indies to join county side Warwickshire as sport director, England's cricket board (ECB) said on Saturday.

Terengganu and Liaoning Club declared joint champs

KUALA LUMPUR: The final of Vivian May Soars (overall) Cup could not be played due to bad weather and unplayable pitch at the Tun Razak Hockey Stadium.

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