De Kock return boosts Proteas as 5th Windies ODI today


CENTURION: With just one incoming tour in a season with everything geared towards the World Cup, South Africa were always going to make the pot of gold at the end of the major tournament rainbow their focus. By the time this match came around, they ...


PBF constitutes six-member committee to formulate new constitution

LAHORE: The Pakistan Basketball Federation (PBF) has constituted a six-member committee to ...

Shahid Afridi to play for Northamptonshire in T20 Blast

LAHORE: Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi is to play for Northamptonshire in the first six rounds ...


Shoaib Malik, Sohail Tanvir on standby for World Cup

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ISLAMABAD: All-rounder Shoaib Malik and top-order batsman Azhar Ali, ...

Steven Smith wins Allan Border Medal

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MELBOURNE: Steve Smith on Tuesday capped a remarkable season by ...

Poland into quarters of World Handball Championship

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DOHA: Poland defeated Sweden 24-20, winning a place in the quarterfinals of the World Handball Championship on Monday night. Poland led for most of the first half, although Sweden edged ahead to take 11-10 lead at half time. ‘’The key to this victory was that even when we played worse ...

South Korean swimming star tests positive for testosterone

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SEOUL: South Korea’s swimming star Park Tae-hwan is facing an international hearing after testing positive for testosterone in July last year, reported the Yonhap news agency Tuesday. Park’s Seoul-based agency Team GMP blamed the positive result on an injection given by a local ...

Armstrong would race clean now but not in 1995

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LONDON: Banned cyclist Lance Armstrong says he would not have needed to resort to doping in the sport’s current era and what happened years ago should be seen in the context of the times. “If I was racing in 2015, no, I wouldn’t do it again because I don’t think you have ...

Berdych ends Nadal tyranny, Murray charges on in Australian Open

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MELBOURNE: Iron-willed Czech Tomas Berdych ended eight years of tyranny under nemesis Rafa Nadal to storm into the Australian Open semifinals on Tuesday before his next opponent Andy Murray restored British colonial rule to the floodlit centre court. Maria Sharapova inflicted another grand slam ...

National Bank, PAF register wins in COAS Challenge Hockey

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ISLAMABAD: National Bank of Pakistan defeated Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) 4-1 and Pakistan Air Force (PAF) outplayed Punjab 2-1 in their respective matches of the 1st Chief of the Army Staff Challenge Hockey Cup at the Army Hockey Stadium in Rawalpindi on Tuesday. The event is a joint venture ...

Early salvo sends Australia into Asian Cup final

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NEWCASTLE: Australia stunned United Arab Emirates with two goals in the first 14 minutes to reach a second successive Asian Cup final with a 2-0 victory at a rain-soaked Newcastle Stadium on Tuesday. The Socceroos lost to Japan in the final four years ago and will now take on another East Asian ...

‘Formula One Schools’ a class act for budding boffins

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LONDON: When John Surtees was a boy, his motorcycle dealer father came home one evening with news that would change his life. “It was just after the war and he said: ‘Lad, I’ve sorted out those spanners for you. That’s your set. And there’s a tea chest and if you can ...

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