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Eddie Dawkins 'shows courage' Sports Media NZ Ltd, Fuseworks December 6, 2013, 6:46 pm A bruised and battered Eddie Dawkins showed courage to get on his bike today to protect New Zealand's place in next year's track cycling World Championships.
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong could be warming to an unofficial challenge from Australian triathlon star Chris McCormack. Armstrong was aiming to race at last year's Hawaiian Ironman triathlon world championships when he was banned from all
Nassau, Bahamas, next May, the Japan Association of Athletics Federations has decided to run its national relay teams constantly, not just when there are Olympics and world championships...The squad is divided into 4×100 meters and 4×400 meters for
A handful of sailors dominated the action when the flag went up on the first day's racing with Edward Tam of New Zealand, Sweden's Bo Johannisson and Ian Jones of Britain revelling in the light airs to go undefeated after two Radial races Muscat:
You will have seen her popping onto the national consciousness again in September, her tear-stricken face from London 2012 replaced by a picture of delight after winning the Euros on her home waters in Dun Laoghaire. It's easy to spot her athletic
Drawing comfort from the rising popularity of cycling in the country, Qatar yesterday unveiled their first women's team that will feature in an international event next year...While introducing teenagers Ramz Sbeitan (17), Salma Marey (16), Reem
29 November 2013 0 View comments An Olympic hopeful who had to give up her sporting dreams after breaking her neck has managed to walk down the aisle, and had a baby, thanks to her unflagging determination and the devoted care of her fianc. Natalie
World Championships began on Friday at Budaors, a Hungarian town just beyond the Budapest city line. China's Xin Jian, the 32-year-old two-time Asian champion, won the men's bodybuilding 75kg category, his first world title. Malaysia's Muhamad
As potential sponsors line up to cash in on the world-class tournament in Brazil, about Bt4 billion worth of marketing activities and events will be pumped into the market. Meanwhile, RS expects to bag Bt700 million from managing all the media rights.
Winners of the pairs at the World Cup of golf, Jason Day and Adam Scott. Photo: Getty Images World Cup champions Jason Day and Adam Scott have called for officials to tweak the tournament's new format, which received mixed reviews from players and