DHARAMSALA: Hosts India and South Africa will have one eye on next year’s World Twenty20 when they launch a three-match series in the picturesque hill town of Dharamsala on Friday.
SYDNEY: Australia called off a two-Test tour of Bangladesh on Thursday, citing terrorism fears after official warnings militants may attack Western interests.
HARARE: Yasir Shah wrecked Zimbabwe’s batting lineup with six for 26 as Pakistan cruised to a 131-run win in the opening one-dayer at the Harare Sports Club on Thursday.
PITTSBURGH: St. Louis clinched its third straight National League Central title by splitting a double-header at nearest rival Pittsburgh on Wednesday, completing the NL playoff lineup.
WUHAN, China: Tennis trailblazer Li Na said China's up-and-coming players needed to be allowed to have fun and express themselves, warning it will take time before the country has another major winner
It was, Muhammad Ali would later say, the closest thing to death he had ever known.
KUALA LUMPUR: German Benjamin Becker persevered through early struggles to outlast his sixth seeded French rival Jeremy Chardy 5-7, 6-1, 7-5 in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday at the Malaysian Open, which s
NEW YORK: Three injury-riddled years since his abrupt departure from the tour, Anthony Kim now regards golf as "a fond memory" and is unsure if he'll ever be back.
WUHAN: Britain’s Johanna Konta pulled off a stunning third-set revival on Wednesday as she floored top seed Simona Halep in the biggest upset yet at the shock-prone Wuhan Open.
AMMAN: Nasser Saleh Al-Attiyah heads up a quality field of drivers for the sixth round of the FIA Middle East Rally Championship, which will be held in Jordan Oct. 15-17.
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