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Fauletau out of Rugby World Cup with broken collar bone

Aug 01 2019

LONDON Wales number eight Taulupe Faletau has been ruled out of the Rugby World Cup after breaking his collar bone in training, the Welsh Rugby Union said on Thursday.

Cricket: England have nothing to lose by opening with Roy

Jul 29 2019

LONDON Whether Jason Roy turns out to be an inspired choice to open in the Ashes or fails miserably to transfer his one-day form to tests is almost an irrelevance, such have been England's struggles at the top of the order in recent years.

Athletics: Simbine takes London 100m honors

Jul 20 2019

LONDON South African Akani Simbine pulled off something of a surprise in the London Diamond League 100 meters on Saturday, holding off local hope Zharnel Hughes and former world champion Yohan Blake to come home in 9.93 seconds.

Owens to referee World Cup opening match

Jul 19 2019

Nigel Owens, who refereed the 2015 Rugby World Cup final, will get the 2019 tournament underway when he takes charge of the opening game between Japan and Russia in Tokyo on Sept. 20.

The highs and lows of fans watching the Africa Cup of Nations

Jul 18 2019

"If football was a president we would have a peaceful and exciting country," - the words of a young South Africa fan speaking to Reuters while watching his team play in the Africa Cup of Nations perfectly capture the unifying force of the world's most popular sport.

England's 'super-human' Stokes revels in ultimate vindication

Jul 14 2019

LONDON Most players would have been broken by what happened at the end of the T20 World Cup final in 2016 but Ben Stokes, the bowler destroyed by West Indies' Carlos Brathwaite, is made of sterner stuff and three years on was England's one-day hero on their greatest day.

England rewarded for phenomenal journey - Morgan

Jul 14 2019

LONDON England captain Eoin Morgan said winning the World Cup for the first time by beating New Zealand in an extraordinary final at Lord's on Sunday was a fitting reward for years of hard work by his players.

England rewarded for phenomenal journey - Morgan

Jul 14 2019

LONDON England captain Eoin Morgan said winning the World Cup for the first time by beating New Zealand in an extraordinary final at Lord's on Sunday was a fitting reward for years of hard work by his players.

England's 'super-human' Stokes revels in ultimate vindication

Jul 14 2019

LONDON Most players would have been broken by what happened at the end of the T20 World Cup final in 2016 but Ben Stokes, the bowler destroyed by West Indies' Carlos Brathwaite, is made of sterner stuff and three years on was England's one-day hero on their greatest day.

Cricket-England's 'super-human' Stokes revels in ultimate vindication

Jul 14 2019

LONDON, July 14 Most players would have been broken by what happened at the end of the T20 World Cup final in 2016 but Ben Stokes, the bowler destroyed by West Indies' Carlos Brathwaite, is made of sterner stuff and three years on was England's one-day hero on their greatest day.

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