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WELLINGTON (Reuters) - A potential bid from New Zealand to co-host the FIFA World Cup in 2026 or 2030 could prove "a pipe dream" but the ambitious country are pressing on with the bold plans, Martin
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia cricket coach Darren Lehmann has defended wicketkeeper Brad Haddin and the team's vocal aggression during their World Cup final win over New Zealand.
LONDON (Reuters) - Kevin Pietersen is not on Peter Moores' radar and the England coach says he is frustrated by the constant debate over the South African-born batsman's chances of making a test
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Pace bowler Kyle Mills has followed team mate Daniel Vettori into retirement from international cricket after New Zealand's loss to Australia in Sunday's World Cup final.
AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - "Beware of Tiger' warnings were sounded across Augusta National on Tuesday as golfers and fans geared up for the year's first major with Tiger Woods back on the prowl for
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Queensland batsman Joe Burns is determined to avoid membership of the burgeoning club of Australian batsmen who have made brief cameos in the test team before permanently falling
MIAMI (Reuters) - Defending champion Novak Djokovic survived a scare from Alexandr Dolgopolov on Tuesday to reach the Miami Open quarter-finals while Andy Murray won the 500th match of his career to
REUTERS - Boozy celebrations have been a part of Australian cricket for decades but test hopeful Fawad Ahmed will be politely declining when the victory beers are passed around on the tour of the
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Stephen Constantine has first hand knowledge of how difficult it is to wake up India from its soccer slumber but the Englishman insists he can make a difference at his second
DHAKA (Reuters) - Pakistan seam bowler Ehsan Adil will miss the ongoing one-day international series in Bangladesh due to a hamstring injury and has been replaced by Umar Gul, the country's cricket
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Usain Bolt cruised to victory in a sprint challenge on Sunday but the Jamaican world record holder declared himself unhappy with his performance in his first 100 metres of
AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Tiger Woods strolled up to his second shot at the short par-four third hole and routinely hit a 35-yard pitch shot at the pin that finished about eight feet from the cup
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Former badminton number one Lee Chong Wei returned home to Malaysia on Monday and said he faced a three-week wait for the verdict from his doping hearing.
MANAMA (Reuters) - A Chinese Grand Prix podium hostess who had champagne sprayed in her face by race winner Lewis Hamilton has played down the incident after the Formula One world champion was accused
BARCELONA (Reuters) - A red hot Novak Djokovic is being tipped to end Rafa Nadal's stranglehold at Roland Garros in June but the Spaniard dismissed the threat as being no different to those he has
REUTERS - Michael Schumacher's manager called for calm and realistic expectations as the seven-times Formula One world champion's son Mick stepped into the media spotlight with a Formula Four test on
LONDON (Reuters) - Crystal Palace left Manchester City's hopes of retaining their Premier League crown in tatters after a 2-1 win at Selhurst Park on Monday to leave Manuel Pellegrini's side trailing
MIAMI (Reuters) - Simona Halep is emerging as one of the few players on Tour capable of putting up a real fight against Serena Williams and the Romanian's performance in Thursday's Miami Open
(Reuters) - England captain Alastair Cook scored his first century for his country since an Ashes warm-up game in November 2013 before retiring on 101 not out against a St Kitts Invitational XI on
LONDON (Reuters) - Kevin Pietersen boosted his hopes of an England recall by scoring 170 for Surrey against Oxford MCCU on Sunday in his first red-ball match since the final Ashes test in January,
REUTERS - NBA player Chris Copeland and his wife were stabbed outside a New York City nightclub early Wednesday and hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries, ABC reported.
REUTERS - When the second round draw for Asian World Cup qualifying takes place in Kuala Lumpur next week, fans, players and officials in the tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan will be praying for one
DHAKA (Reuters) - Centuries from Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim powered Bangladesh to their highest total and a victory against Pakistan in one-day internationals after a gap of 16 years on Friday.
AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Young American Jordan Spieth stretched his overnight lead to four strokes with a pair of birdies that took him to an impressive 10 under par early in the second round of
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia is set to retain the hosting rights of the 2018 Asian Games and avoid an International Olympic Committee (IOC) ban after resolving a row over the use of the Olympic rings