HOBART: Australia finished second in Pool A after Mitchell Starc bowled the World Cup co-hosts to a seven-wicket victory against Scotland in a match that lasted just 41 overs at the Bellerive Oval on
LONDON: Arsenal cemented their position in the Premier League’s top four as Olivier Giroud’s blistering strike inspired a 3-0 rout of West Ham on Saturday.
MELBOURNE: Felipe Massa will start Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix right behind the Mercedes cars but the Brazilian had few illusions about his Williams team’s chances of winning the season opener.
NICE, France: Tony Gallopin took command of the Paris-Nice with a solo success on Nice’s celebrated Promenade des Anglais in Saturday’s sixth and penultimate stage.
ADELAIDE: Plucky Ireland take on buoyant Pakistan in a winner-takes-all World Cup clash at the Adelaide Oval on Sunday that promises an enthralling encounter between two highly combustible teams.
AUCKLAND, New Zealand: Brendan Taylor quit the international stage after 11 years with a flamboyant 138 in a valedictory innings which almost spurred Zimbabwe to a shock win over India at the Cricket
INDIAN WELLS, California: Playing competitive tennis for the first time in over 18 months, Mardy Fish battled for 2 hours, 36 minutes Thursday before losing to fellow American Ryan Harrison, 6-4, 4-6,
RASTEAU, France: Davide Cimolai of Italy won the fifth stage of the Paris-Nice, the so-called “Race to the Sun,” on Friday, leaving Frenchman Bryan Coquard in his wake in a sprint finish.
CHELTENHAM, United Kingdom: Coneygree, ridden by Nico de Boinville, won the Cheltenham Gold Cup on his first appearance in jump racing’s blue riband event Friday.
PARIS: Holders Sevilla, with a record-breaking 13-second goal, Everton, and Wolfsburg were all on top after Thursday's Europa League last 16 first round ties.
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