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Australian cycling star Michael Matthews has won stage two of the Tour of Alberta, his first race since finishing the Tour de France with cracked ribs.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Simona Halep and Stan Wawrinka beat the heat with straight-sets wins to reach the third round of a sweltering U.S. Open on Thursday while...
West Coast will lock up second spot with victory over St Kilda in their AFL clash at Domain Stadium.
Experienced Matt O'Connor has been appointed as Queensland's attack coach, completing the Reds' 2016 Super Rugby coaching panel.
Cronulla can sew up fourth spot on the NRL ladder with a win over Manly on Sunday, booking a date with the Sydney Roosters in the qualifying final.

Hewitt savours US Open swansong

Lleyton Hewitt has played his last US Open match after losing an epic five-set second-round encounter with Davis Cup teammate Bernard Tomic.
LONDON (Reuters) - Scotland have made significant progress in the past year but must find greater consistency to make an impact at the World Cup, according to...
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South Africa will rely on players who have seen it all before as they bid to become the most successful nation in rugby World Cup history at...
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia have undergone quite a revival since Michael Cheika took the reins last year but it remains to be seen if 10 months is really enough...
Penrith coach Ivan Cleary has confirmed centre Dean Whare will return from injury for the side's last game of the year against Newcastle.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Andy Murray made another of his trademark stirring fightbacks as the third-seeded Scot powered past Frenchman Adrian Mannarino after dropping...
LONDON (Reuters) - Ever since the Rugby World Cup draw in late 2012 Wales have been scratching their heads as to how they ended up in the same pool as...
Sydney are approaching their last round AFL game against lowly Gold Coast like a final to ensure there is no complacency.
LONDON (Reuters) - If their pack delivers its trademark power, the backs continue to deliver a new-found creative spark and they kick their goals, England have...
LONDON (Reuters) - The relatively short history of the Rugby World Cup is so littered with surprises that, even though there are only a handful of teams in with a...
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