BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentine football great Diego Maradona said on Wednesday he wants to fight the "mafia" responsible for the corruption scandal that has...
World number seven Rose clinched last year's tournament after a playoff at Congressional Country Club in Maryland, and knows he faces a very different test at a...
Chris Rogers is unwilling to shed any light on reports Australian players are unhappy with a selectors' decision to leave Brad Haddin on the sidelines.
Chris Rogers says Australia did not get ahead of themselves before the third Ashes Test after being dominated by England at Edgbaston.
Jimmy Anderson was back to his best for England at Edgbaston after a miserable second Test at Lord's, finishing with figures of 6-47.
LONDON (Reuters) - Newly-promoted Norwich City have signed Ireland midfielder Robbie Brady from relegated Hull City for an undisclosed fee and have completed a...
Queenslander Semra Lingard is into the final 32 of the women's recurve competition at the archery world championships in Copenhagen.
LONDON (Reuters) - Premier League Southampton signed central defender Steven Caulker on a season long loan from relegated Queens Park Rangers on Wednesday with an...
Diamonds goal attack Erin Bell says being left out of Australia's Commonwealth Games squad was a let-down her netball career desperately needed.
Sydney coach John Longmire will front the media again on Thursday after the Swans granted Adam Goodes indefinite leave to deal with the booing controversy.
Melbourne say they are surprised prop Jesse Bromwich was forced to face the NRL judiciary over allegations of biting.
ASUNCION (Reuters) - South America's football confederation, CONMEBOL, unveiled a raft of reforms on Wednesday designed to root out corruption and clean up the...
BIRMINGHAM (Reuters) - Paceman James Anderson took six wickets to skittle Australia for a paltry 136 and put England in control on the first day of the third test...
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