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Stricken Volvo Ocean Race leaders limp to dry land

Alicante (Spain) (AFP) - Dongfeng Race Team, the joint leaders of the Volvo Ocean Race who broke their mast a day ago, were nursing their stricken boat towards dry land and safety on Tuesday.

Southampton report first profits since 2009 crisis

LONDON (Reuters) - High-flying Southampton reported annual after-tax profits of 33.4 million pounds ($49.41 million) in 2014, their first time in the black since the Premier League club went into admi...

Blair returns to Scotland with Glasgow

London (AFP) - Scotland's most-capped scrum-half Mike Blair has agreed to join Glasgow from Newcastle on a two-year contract, the Celtic League club announced on Tuesday.

Farah kicks off athletics season in Doha

Paris (AFP) - British double Olympic and world champion Mo Farah will open his Diamond League campaign in Doha on May 15, organisers said Tuesday.

Johansson predicts easy win for old foe Blatter

By Mike Collett VIENNA (Reuters) - It is 17 years since Lennart Johansson lost an acrimonious FIFA presidential election to Sepp Blatter and he has a stark message to the three men stan...

AFL tribunal blasts 'Dons over program

The AFL anti-doping tribunal says it appears that Stephen Dank was treated at Essendon like he was God in relation to the supplements program.

More even split of Champions League funds to come

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Champions League and Europa League revenue will be distributed more evenly next season, the European Clubs Association (ECA) and UEFA said on Tuesday. The announce...

Little hopeful of no ASADA appeal

Essendon chairman Paul Little is unsure whether ASADA will appeal the AFL anti-doping tribunal's decision but is hopeful the matter is closed.

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