A CORUNA, Spain: John Degenkolb of Germany claimed his fourth stage victory of the Tour of Spain when he sprinted to victory in Wednesday’s 17th stage as local favorite Alberto Contador retained the o
LONDON: A noisy crowd, big stage and Roland Garros atmosphere could play an important part in France’s Davis Cup semi-final against record-chasing champions Czech Republic, according to old hands Jo-W
HONG KONG: Top seed Sabine Lisicki kept her cool on a searing night Wednesday to power past Grace Min 6-1, 6-1 and into the quarter-finals of the Hong Kong Open.
The Netherlands had a disappointing start to qualifying for the European Championship, and fellow World Cup team Bosnia-Herzegovina lost to Cyprus in Tuesday’s biggest surprise.
BEIJING: With huge resources, a Soviet-style sports regime geared to churning out champions and an insatiable desire to win gold, the question is not whether China will top the medal standings at the
Spence Hawthorn and Edward Bulkeley put together a sizzling round of 63 to win the Xerox Corporate Golf Challenge 7th qualifying round last Friday at Dirab Golf & Country Club on the outskirts of Ri
EVIAN, France: Suzann Pettersen starts her defense of the Evian Championship on Thursday and the bad news for her rivals is she is enjoying an outstanding run of form and is hitting the ball further a
WASHINGTON: Washington essentially put to rest any thought that there is still a serious race for the National League East title by beating nearest rival Atlanta 6-4 on Tuesday, opening a nine-game di
LONDON: Spain looked back to its old self in opening its European Championship qualifying campaign by running over Macedonia, while England took control of its group by beating biggest rival Switzerla
SYDNEY: Basketball Australia have reacted furiously to allegations their team deliberately lost a game at the World Cup last week, saying they were “downright wrong” and an insult to the country’s spo
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