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19 Dec 2013 : Lindsey Vonn has chosen the right place for the next stop on her road back to fitness ahead of the Winter Olympics in Sochi in February.
19 Dec 2013 : Brazil's northern Amazonia state ruled Wednesday that work could resume fully at the World Cup stadium in Manaus where a worker fell to his death over the weekend, media reports said.
16 Dec 2013 : Rafael Nadal defied the career obituary writers with his stunning renaissance in 2013 as he and fellow major winners Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray cut struggling Roger Federer adrift.
16 Dec 2013 : European champions Bayern Munich begin the quest for their first Club World Cup title on Tuesday having dominated German football in 2013 and finished the year unbeaten in the Bundesliga.
16 Dec 2013 : Andre Villas-Boas has been sacked as manager of Tottenham Hotspur after 17 months in the role, the English Premier League club announced on Monday.
16 Dec 2013 : Spanish giants Barcelona were handed the toughest possible draw Monday when they were paired with Manchester City in the plum tie of the last 16 of the Champions League.
16 Dec 2013 : Outspoken former England batsman Geoff Boycott described Kevin Pietersen as "selfish" after he again conceded his wicket cheaply as the tourists slumped towards defeat in the Ashes on Monday.
16 Dec 2013 : A torchbearer collapsed and died after taking part in the Olympic torch relay in the build-up to the Winter Games in Sochi, Russian media reported on Monday.
16 Dec 2013 : British and Irish Lions hooker Richard Hibbard will join Gloucester from Ospreys next season, the English Premiership side announced on Monday.
16 Dec 2013 : Andy Murray, the first British man in 77 years to win Wimbledon, claimed the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award and then apologised if he sounded bored.
16 Dec 2013 : Rookie Ben Stokes kept England's faint hopes alive with his maiden Test half-century as the visitors fought to save the Ashes series against a rampant Australia Monday.
16 Dec 2013 : It's one of the world's smallest and wealthiest countries, but a deep gambling culture coupled with sheer entrepreneurial zeal has made Singapore a big player in global match-fixing, experts say.