CROIX DE CHAUBOURET, France: Climbing specialist Richie Porte won Thursday’s hilly fourth stage of the Paris-Nice race, and Polish rider Michal Kwiatkowski finished third to take the overall lead.
LONDON: Exiting the Champions League was painful for Jose Mourinho but there was no sense of injustice.
COLOMBO: The tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, the lowest-ranked team in international football, enjoyed a dream debut in the World Cup qualifiers Thursday by recording a shock 1-0 away victory over S
WASHINGTON: Goalie Cam Talbot and the New York Rangers moved atop the Metropolitan Division by beating the Washington Capitals 3-1 Wednesday, while overcoming Alex Ovechkin’s league-leading 45th goal.
OKLAHOMA CITY: Chris Paul had 33 points and nine assists, and J.J.
HAMILTON: Bangladesh will seek to exploit New Zealand’s weakness against spin and halt the co-hosts’ unbeaten run when the teams meet in the World Cup in Hamilton on Friday.
SYDNEY: The mere suggestion that England is contemplating the ramifications of a potential loss to Afghanistan is in indication of how damaging the Cricket World Cup campaign has been on Eoin Morgan’s
HOBART: Australian players tested a new helmet safety attachment — designed in the aftermath of the Phillip Hughes tragedy — on Thursday although they will not be obliged to wear it in matches, Cricke
ZURICH: European champion Spain has fallen out of the top 10 in FIFA’s rankings for the first time since 2007.
HOBART, Australia: Majid Haq, Scotland’s leading wicket-taker in international cricket and most capped player, has been sent home from the World Cup for breaking the team’s code of conduct.
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