Five-time single sculls world champion Mahe Drysdale has won gold for New Zealand at the London Olympics rowing regatta.
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By Mark Gleeson CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South African president Jacob Zuma has decided not to appoint a commission of inquiry to investigate allegations of match fixing involving the nati... More »Reuters - 53 minutes ago
LONDON (Reuters) - Birmingham City suffered a double blow on Friday when the sale of a stake in the second tier English soccer club fell through hours after the team owner was jailed in Hong Kong. ... More »Reuters - 1 hour 0 minutes ago
London (AFP) - Gloucester No 8 Ben Morgan was the one injury-enforced change to England's starting line-up announced by coach Stuart Lancaster on Friday for their Six Nations international against Wales at Twickenham this weekend. More »AFP - 1 hour 55 minutes ago
(Reuters) - The momentum Australia have gained from the recent hard-fought win against South Africa will carry the team to their maiden World Twenty20 title in Bangladesh, test captain Michael Clarke ... More »Reuters - 5 hours ago
By Grace Li and James Pomfret HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong businessman Carson Yeung was sentenced to six years in jail on Friday for money laundering in a high-profile case that law ... More »Reuters - 6 hours ago
FIFA’s new U-20 World Cup Trophy will travel through the Waikato and Bay of Plenty in May. Some of the most senior officials from football’s world governing body, FIFA, have given Hamilton the stamp of approval as it prepares to host FIFA’s second largest global tournament - the U-20 World Cup in 2015. FIFA Inspectors were in Hamilton today to inspect the City’s host stadium and various training venues for this landmark event and agreed that the venue was in great shape to showcase the world’s biggest game. During the inspection tour, the Local Organising Committee (LOC) of the FIFA U-20 World Cup 2015, also announced that the all new FIFA U-20 World Cup trophy would be taken on a nationwide tour of New Zealand, starting in Northland on 5 May 2014. More »Fuseworks - 10 hours ago
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