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  • Foreign legion set for Six Nations role

    31 Jan 2015 : LONDON - This season's edition of Europe's Six Nations Championship will see fifty percent of the coaches come from New Zealand, the home of the world champions.

  • Laird leads by two at Phoenix Open

    31 Jan 2015 : SCOTTSDALE (UNITED STATES) - Martin Laird posted his second straight six-under 66 to take the lead at the Phoenix Open which will be without both Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson after they missed the cut.

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  • DR Congo woman boxer wins kudos as only female referee

    10 Dec 2014 : KINSHASA - The first and only woman referee of professional boxing in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Wivine Tshidibi says she battled her way to renown in a man's world thanks to a "fit of jealousy".

  • FIFA fines Indonesian clubs for Twitter leaks

    10 Dec 2014 : JAKARTA - FIFA said it has fined three Indonesian clubs for publishing secret transfer information on Twitter, the first time football's world governing body has handed out sanctions for such social media offences.

  • Cavs serve notice with win over East-leading Raptors

    10 Dec 2014 : CLEVELAND - LeBron James matched a Cleveland record in style on Tuesday as his late three-pointer helped the Cavaliers post a 105-101 victory over NBA Eastern Conference leaders Toronto.

  • US sportsmen find breathing room to voice opinions

    10 Dec 2014 : LOS ANGELES - Against a backdrop of anger over killings of black suspects by white police officers, NBA star LeBron James and other US athletes are making their opinions known in an arena sometimes hostile to activism.

  • SOCCER

    Thailand determined to beat Philippines

    10 Dec 2014 : Thailand are already looking forward to the final ahead of their clash with the Philippines on Wednesday's semi-final second leg of the AFF Suzuki Cup at Rajamangala National Stadium.

  • Clarke defies pain, grief for brave Test ton

    10 Dec 2014 : Captain Michael Clarke defied a back injury and grief over the death of Phillip Hughes to post an inspirational century as Australia took charge of the first Test against India on Wednesday.

  • Juventus through, but hope to avoid Fab Four

    10 Dec 2014 : TURIN (ITALY) - Massimiliano Allegri is hoping Juventus avoid being drawn with one of the four European giants tipped to win this season's Champions League after seeing his side scrape into the last 16.

  • Bengals coach doubly sorry for Manziel 'midget' jibe

    10 Dec 2014 : LOS ANGELES - Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis apologized for a second time after he labeled Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel a "midget."

  • Tourism and Sports Ministry sees split

    10 Dec 2014 : Tourism operators believe the separation of tourism and sports activities from the Tourism and Sports Ministry will help enhance tourism's competitiveness in the long run.

  • Rio organisers say in compliance with expenditure laws

    10 Dec 2014 : RIO DE JANEIRO - Rio Olympics organisers bullishly insisted no public money would be required to finance the 2016 Games on Tuesday as they handed over accounts documents to financial regulators.

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