INCHEON: Discontent grew over African-born athletes at the Asian Games on Monday as two-time world champion Maryam Yusuf Jamal of Bahrain led another assault on the track and field medals.
INCHEON: A trail-blazer for women’s tennis in India, Sania Mirza has been hounded by controversy throughout her career, accused of corrupting the country’s youth and even faced a fatwa for wearing sho
BEIJING: US Open Champions Serena Williams and Marin Cilic powered through their openers at the $5.4 million China Open Monday, with the women’s No.1 crushing her opponent after being 5-0 down.
LONDON: Don’t kill Wayne Rooney. It’s advice that is as pertinent now for English football as it was eight years ago when offered as Sven-Goran Eriksson’s last act as England coach.
PARIS: Manchester City will look to bounce back from an opening defeat at Bayern Munich when they host Roma in the Champions League on Tuesday, as Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea go to Lisbon.
DUBAI: Coach Zlatko Dalic insists Al Ain will “do everything” to achieve a colossal comeback and overturn a 3-0 deficit against Saudi Arabia’s Al-Hilal in today’s AFC Champions League semifinal second
GLENEAGLES, Scotland: If there is a formula for Ryder Cup success, Paul McGinley is a mastermind who makes it work.
LAHORE: Pakistan’s Twenty20 captain Shahid Afridi said Monday the team’s senior cricketers should be given dignified farewells, after veteran batsman Younes Khan was unceremoniously axed from the one-
BALTIMORE: The Baltimore Ravens, Houston Texans and Detroit Lions missed the playoffs last season but on Sunday they looked serious about crashing the next postseason party as they all improved to 3-1
DETROIT: The Detroit Tigers secured their fourth straight American League Central division title on Sunday with a 3-0 victory over the Minnesota Twins.
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