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Golf-Hovland and Aberg maraud to record Ryder Cup win
ROME (Reuters) - Like a pair of marauding Vikings, Norway's Viktor Hovland and Swede Ludvig Aberg routed American duo Scottie Scheffler and Brookes Koepka by the biggest margin in modern Ryder Cup history as Europe's demolition of the U.S. continued on Saturday.
Tennis-Pegula books clash with Kudermetova in Tokyo final
TOKYO (Reuters) - Second seed Jessica Pegula produced a near-flawless display to power past the resurgent Maria Sakkari 6-2 6-3 on Saturday to reach the Pan Pacific Open final in Tokyo.
Rugby-Captain Dupont back in France squad after cheekbone surgery
PARIS (Reuters) - Antoine Dupont is returning to the France World Cup squad after the captain underwent surgery on a broken cheekbone, the French federation said on Saturday.
Squash: Women's team delivers Malaysia's third gold medal in Asian Games
HANGZHOU: Squash delivered the third gold medal for Malaysia in the Hangzhou Asian Games after the women's team came from behind to beat Hong Kong 2-1 at HOC Squash Centre on Saturday (Sept 30).
Motorcycling-Perfect Martin wins Japanese Grand Prix sprint from pole
(Reuters) - Jorge Martin of Pramac Racing put on a masterclass to win Saturday's MotoGP sprint race at the Japanese Grand Prix after starting from pole position, piling the pressure on championship leader and reigning world champion Francesco Bagnaia.
Golf-"Fleetwood Mac" on fire as Europe calls the early tune
ROME (Reuters) - Europe picked up just where they left off by storming into an early lead in the Ryder Cup foursomes on Saturday, with crowd favourites Tommy Fleetwood and Rory McIlroy - dubbed Fleetwood Mac - winning the first three holes of the first match.
Shuttlers lose to China in World Junior Championships mixed team semi-finals
PETALING JAYA: The shuttlers settled for bronze in the World Junior Championships mixed team event after going down 0-3 to China in the semi-finals in Spokane, the United States on Friday (Sept 29).
Motorcycling-Pramac's Martin breaks lap record to grab pole position at Japanese Grand Prix
(Reuters) - Jorge Martin of Pramac Racing set a lap record and stormed to his second pole position of the season at the Japanese Grand Prix on Saturday, with championship leader Francesco Bagnaia and last year's winner Jack Miller joining the Spaniard on the front row.
Selangor get sweet payback on T'ganu, K'tan-Sabah match called off
KUALA LUMPUR: Selangor exacted revenge for their recent Malaysia Cup quarterfinal loss by whipping Terengganu FC 4-0 in a Super League match played at the Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium in Kuala Terengganu on Friday (Sept 29) night.
Shuttlers must continue gritty show against favourites China in semis
PETALING JAYA: Meticulous preparation and great determination have led the shuttlers to the mixed team semi-finals of the World Junior Championships.
Japanese women’s team gold defence left shaky after Yamaguchi’s withdrawal
JAPAN’s bid to defend the women’s team gold in the Asian Games was dealt a cruel blow after top singles shuttler Akane Yamaguchi was struck down by injury.
Turtle Suhaimi’s steady hands make him national material
PETALING JAYA: He may not be a household name like the Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) duo of Farizal Marlias and Syihan Hazmi but Terengganu goalkeeper Suhaimi Husin (pic) is also knocking on the doors of the national team, with his safe pair of hands.
Wow, Weemaes! Belgian bounces back from bad year to grab first win at LTdL
SEREMBAN: Human Powered Health cyclist Sasha Weemaes (pic) scored his first win in the 2023 Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL) by taking Stage Seven from Muar to Seremban 2 yesterday.
Wai Ching eyes more towering feats after his GWR record is finally confirmed
PETALING JAYA: World No. 1 tower runner Soh Wai Ching can finally heave a huge sigh of relief as he has officially secured the Guinness World Records (GWR) for the ‘’farthest simulated distance climbed on a stair machine in one hour’’ (male) challenge.
Tricky Spurs test for Liverpool
LIVERPOOL and Tottenham have both had good starts in the new campaign, and both will be bent on continuing that form at the expense of the other when they clash in London today.
Qabil pays a heavy price for his historic gold
QABIL Ambak has won a historic Asian Games gold medal in equestrian but it also comes with a big price.