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Former Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies pitcher dies in plane crash


Former Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay has died after his plane crashed in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Raza, Moor help Zimbabwe battle into fifth day


Zimbabwe 140 for 4 (Raza 58*, Moor 39*, Roach 2-14) and 326 lead West Indies 448 (Holder 110, Dowrich 103, Powell 90, Raza 5-99) by 18 runs runs. The fourth day in Bulawayo drew tenacious performances from batsmen on both sides, but West Indies will still go into the final ...

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Is the Tottenham striker a Real Madrid Galactico in the making?


When Tottenham Hotspur made their first trip to Real Madrid in the Champions League, a teenage Harry Kane was offering few signs of his future potential.

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Rafael Nadal ends year as world number one after win over Hyeon Chung


Rafael Nadal will end 2017 as world number one after a second-round win over Hyeon Chung at the Paris Masters.

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Holder, Dowrich drive West Indies into the ascendancy


West Indies 374 for 7 (Dowrich 75*, Holder 71, Raza 5-82) lead Zimbabwe 326 (Masakadza 147, Raza 80, Moor 52, Roach 3-44, Gabriel 2-64) by 48 runs. Sikandar Raza cut through West Indies to register his first five-wicket haul in professional cricket, but Jason Holder and Shane Dowrich combined to ...

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Tiger Woods to make competitive return at Hero World Challenge


Tiger Woods will make his competitive return after nine months injured at the Hero World Challenge on 30 November.

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Manchester City and Napoli in Champions League belt ban


Manchester City fans will not be allowed to wear belts inside the Stadio San Paolo for Wednesday night’s Champions League game against Napoli.

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Powell, spinners gives West Indies slight advantage


Hamilton Masakadza and Sikandar Raza starred with the bat on the second day at Queens, but incisive bowling and attritional batting from West Indies ensured the honours were shared at stumps.

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Why the all-time F1 great shines above the numbers


The race that finally clinched it was a bit messy, through no fault of his own, but the season in which Lewis Hamilton won his fourth world title has underlined his status as one of Formula 1’s all-time greats.

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Chris Gayle wins Australia masseuse court case


West Indies cricket star Chris Gayle on Monday won a defamation case against an Australian media group which claimed he exposed his genitals to a massage therapist.

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