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  • High stakes at play in 2015 World CupHigh stakes at play in 2015 World Cup

    England fans will have great hopes when the country stages the 2015 World Cup in a year's time.

  • Louw injury another blow for SpringboksLouw injury another blow for Springboks

    A neck injury will sideline flanker Francois Louw for about two months and deal South Africa another blow ahead of Rugby Championship Tests against Australia and New Zealand.

  • Spain coach Orenga steps down after World Cup flop

    Juan Antonio Orenga has stepped down as Spain's basketball coach following last week's surprise loss to France in the quarter-finals of the World Cup, the national federation (FEB) said on Tuesday. Orenga, who took over from Italian Sergio Scariolo in November 2012, was widely blamed for Spain's failure and some of the local fans attending Sunday's final in Madrid, in which United States thrashed Serbia 129-92, chanted for him to go.

  • Halfpenny's Toulon contract under threatHalfpenny's Toulon contract under threat

    Leigh Halfpenny's Toulon contract could be under threat because president Mourad Boudjellal thinks the Wales full-back arrived at the Top 14 club with an undisclosed injury.

  • Character test for Hong Kong cyclist Lee at Asian GamesCharacter test for Hong Kong cyclist Lee at Asian Games

    Hong Kong's Olympic darling Sarah Lee Wai-sze will have to draw on her trademark resourcefulness as she chases double cycling gold at the Asian Games.

  • Mourinho confident of long-term Hazard dealMourinho confident of long-term Hazard deal

    Jose Mourinho expects Eden Hazard to sign a long-term deal with Chelsea after announcing the Belgium playmaker is discussing a contract extension.

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