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  1. Tsai Wei takes dunk title, All-Star Game ends in tie

    Eyeontaiwan.com - All Sports 01.21 / 22:58 eyeontaiwan.com
    Taipei Times Date: Jan 22, 2017 By: Jason Pan / Staff reporter Fubon Braves forward Tsai Wei, a last-minute replacement, yesterday beat out tough competition to win the Super Basketball League’s (SBL) All-Star Game slam dunk contest at New Taipei City’s Sinjhuang Gymnasium. Tsai thanked Fubon teammate Joseph Lin, younger brother of injury-plagued Jeremy Lin…
  2. Street artists compete for prizes, adulation in HCM City

    Dtinews.vn - All Sports 01.21 / 21:07 dtinews.vn
    Thousands of pedestrians recently crowded Nguyen Hue Pedestrian Street in HCM City to enjoy a multi-disciplinary Street Art Contest featuring hip-hop dance, a street symphony orchestra, rock bands, a magic show and other performances.Sunday, 15 January 2017 9:22…
  3. Churchill beat St Ana

    Navhindtimes.in - All Sports 01.21 / 20:52 navhindtimes.in
    NT NETWORK SERAULIM A strike each by striker Vijay Rathod and Aaron Rodrigues enabled Churchill Brothers SC register a convincing 2-0 win against St Ana Sports Club in the GFA U-18 League match played at Seraulim grounds, on Saturday. The teams played a goalless draw in the first session, which was played on even terms.…
  4. Crop switching plan: Saffron in, poppy out in Khyber Agency

    Blogs.tribune.com.pk - All Sports 01.21 / 20:49 blogs.tribune.com.pk
    Experts fear curbs on the use of synthetic fertiliser in Fata could stunt the crop’s growth The post Crop switching plan: Saffron in, poppy out in Khyber Agency appeared first on The Express T…
  5. Hitting out at PPP: Nisar sees irony in ‘looters’ staging anti-graft rallies

    Blogs.tribune.com.pk - All Sports 01.21 / 20:48 blogs.tribune.com.pk
    Interior minister says performance is all that matters The post Hitting out at PPP: Nisar sees irony in ‘looters’ staging anti-graft rallies appeared first on The Express Tri…
  6. Tottenham battle back to grab a point after Lloris horror show in Manchester

    Thesportscampus.com - Soccer 01.21 / 20:29 thesportscampus.com
    Tottenham Hotspur escaped the Etihad Stadium with a point despite two goalkeeping errors from skipper Hugo Lloris, as they battled back from 2-0 down to grab a share of the spoils against Manchester City. Spurs were lucky to still be in the game at half time after having been comprehensively outplayed by a Manchester City side that appeared to have forgotten the route to goal. Hugo Lloris seemed determined to help the Citizens as he made two uncharacteristic errors to gift the home side a…
  7. Ghazi murder case: Musharraf’s properties in capital attached, court told

    Blogs.tribune.com.pk - All Sports 01.21 / 20:08 blogs.tribune.com.pk
    Chak Shehzad farmhouse and plot in DHA were attached by a district and sessions judge The post Ghazi murder case: Musharraf’s properties in capital attached, court told appeared first on The Express T…
  8. Sania Mirza, Rohan Bopanna enter second round of mixed doubles at Australian Open

    Zeenews.india.com - All Sports 01.21 / 19:44 zeenews.india.com
    As Bopanna and Leander Paes exit from Open, Mirza still remains in the contention in the women's doubles partnering Barbora S…
  1. Tsai Wei takes dunk title, All-Star Game ends in tie

    Eyeontaiwan.com - All Sports 01.21 / 22:58 eyeontaiwan.com
    Taipei Times Date: Jan 22, 2017 By: Jason Pan / Staff reporter Fubon Braves forward Tsai Wei, a last-minute replacement, yesterday beat out tough competition to win the Super Basketball League’s (SBL) All-Star Game slam dunk contest at New Taipei City’s Sinjhuang Gymnasium. Tsai thanked Fubon teammate Joseph Lin, younger brother of injury-plagued Jeremy Lin…
  2. Street artists compete for prizes, adulation in HCM City

    Dtinews.vn - All Sports 01.21 / 21:07 dtinews.vn
    Thousands of pedestrians recently crowded Nguyen Hue Pedestrian Street in HCM City to enjoy a multi-disciplinary Street Art Contest featuring hip-hop dance, a street symphony orchestra, rock bands, a magic show and other performances.Sunday, 15 January 2017 9:22…
  3. Churchill beat St Ana

    Navhindtimes.in - All Sports 01.21 / 20:52 navhindtimes.in
    NT NETWORK SERAULIM A strike each by striker Vijay Rathod and Aaron Rodrigues enabled Churchill Brothers SC register a convincing 2-0 win against St Ana Sports Club in the GFA U-18 League match played at Seraulim grounds, on Saturday. The teams played a goalless draw in the first session, which was played on even terms.…
  4. Crop switching plan: Saffron in, poppy out in Khyber Agency

    Blogs.tribune.com.pk - All Sports 01.21 / 20:49 blogs.tribune.com.pk
    Experts fear curbs on the use of synthetic fertiliser in Fata could stunt the crop’s growth The post Crop switching plan: Saffron in, poppy out in Khyber Agency appeared first on The Express T…
  5. Hitting out at PPP: Nisar sees irony in ‘looters’ staging anti-graft rallies

    Blogs.tribune.com.pk - All Sports 01.21 / 20:48 blogs.tribune.com.pk
    Interior minister says performance is all that matters The post Hitting out at PPP: Nisar sees irony in ‘looters’ staging anti-graft rallies appeared first on The Express Tri…
  6. Ghazi murder case: Musharraf’s properties in capital attached, court told

    Blogs.tribune.com.pk - All Sports 01.21 / 20:08 blogs.tribune.com.pk
    Chak Shehzad farmhouse and plot in DHA were attached by a district and sessions judge The post Ghazi murder case: Musharraf’s properties in capital attached, court told appeared first on The Express T…
  7. Sania Mirza, Rohan Bopanna enter second round of mixed doubles at Australian Open

    Zeenews.india.com - All Sports 01.21 / 19:44 zeenews.india.com
    As Bopanna and Leander Paes exit from Open, Mirza still remains in the contention in the women's doubles partnering Barbora S…
  8. Rooney breaks Manchester United record, Liverpool rocked by Swansea

    Channel24.pk - All sports 01.21 / 19:24 channel24.pk
    LONDON (AFP) – Wayne Rooney became Manchester United’s all-time leading scorer in dramatic fashion as his last-ditch wonder goal rescued a 1-1 draw at Stoke, while Liverpool’s title challenge suffered a major setback in a shock 3-2 defeat against Swansea on Saturday. #BREAKING Football: Wayne Rooney becomes Manchester United’s record goalscorer — AFP news agency […] The post Rooney breaks Manchester United record, Liverpool rocked by Swansea appeared first on 2…
  1. Tottenham battle back to grab a point after Lloris horror show in Manchester

    Thesportscampus.com - Soccer 01.21 / 20:29 thesportscampus.com
    Tottenham Hotspur escaped the Etihad Stadium with a point despite two goalkeeping errors from skipper Hugo Lloris, as they battled back from 2-0 down to grab a share of the spoils against Manchester City. Spurs were lucky to still be in the game at half time after having been comprehensively outplayed by a Manchester City side that appeared to have forgotten the route to goal. Hugo Lloris seemed determined to help the Citizens as he made two uncharacteristic errors to gift the home side a…
  2. Wayne Rooney breaks Man United scoring record to rescue point at Stoke

    Espnfcasia.com - Soccer 01.21 / 19:26 espnfcasia.com
    STOKE-ON-TRENT, England -- Three thoughts from Stoke City 1-1 Manchester United at bet365 Stadium. 1. Rooney…
  3. Sir Alex and Jose Mourinho praise Wayne Rooney's achievement

    Thesportscampus.com - Soccer 01.21 / 17:46 thesportscampus.com
    The tributes kept pouring in this evening for Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney, who scored his 250th goal for the club with a stunning freekick to earn the Red Devils a late draw away to Stoke City. Rooney drew praise after the game from both the man who signed him for the club - Sir Alex Ferguson - and his present boss - Jose Mourinho - who were delighted with the player's continued contribution to Manchester United. Ferguson, who was at hand to watch Rooney score today, said…
  4. Swansea stun Liverpool 3-2 at Anfield to climb out of relegation zone

    Thesportscampus.com - Soccer 01.21 / 15:02 thesportscampus.com
    A stunning second half display from Swansea City saw the Welsh side beat Premier League title aspirants Liverpool 3-2 at Anfield in the early kickoff on Saturday. After a quiet first half that saw no goals, the match came alive early in the second period as a brace from Fernando Llorente put Swansea 2-0 in front in the 52nd minute. Roberto Firmino responded for Liverpool with two goals of his own to draw the Reds back on level terms, but the Swans defied their poor form and the over…
  5. La Liga: Las Palmas held to 1-1 draw by Deportivo

    Thesportscampus.com - Soccer 01.21 / 10:16 thesportscampus.com
    Las Palmas conceded a goal in the second half and had to settle for a 1-1 draw with Deportivo La Coruña as both clubs reached the midpoint of the 2016-2017 La Liga football season. A day after the Las Palmas coach went public about tensions inside the dressing room, the hosts here on Friday played a solid first half, despite doing without the services of the suspended Kevin-Prince Boateng. Deportivo looked disorganised as the home side dominated possession. Visiting goalkeeper …
  6. Aubameyang open to leaving Dortmund

    Thesportscampus.com - Soccer 01.21 / 09:36 thesportscampus.com
    Arsenal have been boosted in their pursuit of Borussia Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, with the player indicating that he may be open to the prospect of a move away from Signal Iduna Park in the near future. The Gabonese international was quoted telling Fussball Bild: “No one can predict the future... I cannot say that I’ll stay for another two, five or 10 years. It is possible that in June a club comes to an agreement with Dortmund.” Aubameyang was also asked whether he wou…
  7. Bundesliga: Lewandowski late strike earns Bayern 2-1 win over Freiburg

    Thesportscampus.com - Soccer 01.21 / 09:35 thesportscampus.com
    Striker Robert Lewandowski's late goal helped Bayern Munich secure a 2-1 comeback win over Freiburg away in the curtain raiser of the second half of the Bundesliga football league. Newly promoted Freiburg on Friday staged a resilient performance against front-runners Bayern Munich, who needed two goals from Polish international Lewandowski to cancel out Freiburg's early opener through Janik Haberer. The hosts started highly motivated against Bayern and ensured a bright start as…
  8. Guardiola takes the blame

    Espnfcasia.com - Soccer 01.20 / 22:51 espnfcasia.com
    His players are struggling but Pep Guardiola insists the buck stops with him. Ahead of Manchester City's game with Tottenham, he wrote off his side's title chances and suggested too much has been expected of him. Mark Ogden…
  1. SMB's Cabagnot earns Player of the Week honors

    Pba-online.net - Basketball 01.20 / 03:19 pba-online.net
    MANILA, Philippines – Not even a fractured nose can stop San Miguel guard Alex Cabagnot, who was named the PBA Player of the Week for the period of December 28 to January 8 after helping the Beermen rack up three…
  1. Australian Open: Federer, Murray power into the Fourth Round

    Thesportscampus.com - Tennis 01.20 / 15:01 thesportscampus.com
    Legendary Swiss Roger Federer and reigning world no.1 Sir Andy Murray powered through to the fourth round of Australian Open at Melbourne Park on Friday. Seventeen-time Grand Slam winner Federer defeated Czech veteran Tomas Berdych 6-2, 6-4, 6-4 in 90 minutes to advance. World No.1 Murray, meanwhile outplayed America's Sam Querrey 6-4, 6-2, 6-4. Federer produced a masterclass in front of fellow all-time great Rod Laver, applying pressure and keeping Berdych deep behind the…
  2. Australian Open: Kerber, Kuznetsova and Venus advance to fourth round

    Thesportscampus.com - Tennis 01.20 / 14:21 thesportscampus.com
    World No.1 Angelique Kerber kept her hopes of a second straight Australian Open tennis title alive with a 6-0, 6-4 win in the third round over Kristyna Pliskova in Melbourne Park on Friday. "I was feeling very good from the first point," she said during her post-match press conference. "Matches like this are always tough to play when your opponent is serving very well, and you have to bring a lot of balls back, move well, and just go for it. But I'm happy about my…
  3. McEnroe brothers to play together at Australian Open Legends event

    Thesportscampus.com - Tennis 01.20 / 10:18 thesportscampus.com
    The McEnroe brothers, John and Patrick (USA), will debut in the Australian Open Legends event, which gets underway at Melbourne Park tomorrow, Saturday 21 January. Hisense Arena will host the duo’s first match against French pairing Mansour Bahrami and Fabrice Santoro at 11am. John McEnroe, winner of seven Grand Slam titles in an illustrious career, will take a break from commentary to compete alongside his younger brother Patrick, who won the French Open doubles title in 1989. Other …
  4. Australian Open: Sania Mirza advances, Rohan Bopanna ousted

    Thesportscampus.com - Tennis 01.20 / 10:17 thesportscampus.com
    Sania Mirza advanced to the women's doubles third round but Rohan Bopanna was knocked out in his men's doubles match at the Australian Open on Friday. Sania and her Czech partner Barbora Strycova beat Australian-Chinese pair of Samantha Stosur and Shuai Zhang 6-1, 6-4. The fourth seeds needed an hour and 21 minutes to win. The Indo-Czech pair will play against Japan's Eri Hozumi and Miyu Kato. Sania-Barbora broke serve twice to claim an early 4-0 lead. That lead was enough for them…
  5. Australian Open: Nadal thrashes Baghdatis to ease into third round

    Thesportscampus.com - Tennis 01.19 / 15:34 thesportscampus.com
    Spanish superstar Rafael Nadal defeated veteran Cypriot Marcos Baghdatis 6-3, 6-1, 6-3 in the second round of the Australian Open on Thursday. Ninth seed and 2009 champion Nadal, dominated 2006 runner-up Marcos Baghdatis in a superb performance of attacking tennis. Nadal managed to wrap up the win in two hours and 13 minutes. Nadal opened up a 5-1 lead in the first set and won the first four games in the second set to ease his way into the third round. "I hadn't played during the…
  6. Australian Open: Mirjana Lucic turns back the clock to knock out Radwanska

    Thesportscampus.com - Tennis 01.19 / 14:13 thesportscampus.com
    Croatian veteran Mirjana Lucic-Baroni defeated third seed Agnieszka Radwanska in the second round of the Australian Open on Thursday. The 34-year-old Croatian defeated her Polish rival 6-3, 6-2 in just 63 minutes, effecting the biggest upset in the women's side of the draw so far. Radwanska is the second top female player to be eliminated from the tournament after Romanian Simona Halep, who fell in the first round against Shelby Rogers of the US. "It's amazing, it's been so long…
  7. Australian Open: Serena Williams battles past Lucie Safarova into third round

    Thesportscampus.com - Tennis 01.19 / 12:53 thesportscampus.com
    World No.2 Serena Williams gritted out a 6-3, 6-4 second round win in a high-quality encounter against Lucie Safarova in the Australian Open on Thursday. The second seeded American, eyeing her seventh title here, smashed 15 aces and 35 winners in the 86-minute clash against the Czech Republican. The match featured a combined 59 winners and 23 aces to just 39 errors. "The last time we played was in the final of a Grand Slam ... it wasn't easy. I'm really happy to have gotten through…
  8. Australian Open: Leander Paes crashes out of Men's Doubles

    Thesportscampus.com - Tennis 01.19 / 10:50 thesportscampus.com
    India's doubles specialist Leander Paes and his partner Brazilian Andre Sa were knocked out of the men's doubles of the Australian Open tennis tournament, losing 6-4, 6-7 (3), 4-6 to Belarus' Max Mirnyi and Philippines' Treat Huey in the first round on Thursday. The Indo-Brazilian pair were defeated by the 10th seeds after an intense 2 hour 13 minute battle on Court 15. Paes-Sa started brightly, breaking in the fifth game of the first set to take a 3-2 lead. They protected that lead…
  1. Dakar Rally 2017: Loeb assumes lead of car class by slim margin

    Autox.in - Motorsport 01.20 / 06:42 autox.in
    While Nasser Al-Attiyah and the Toyota Hilux remained at the sharp end of the Dakar Rally on yesterday's second stage, Peugeot's Sebastien Loeb climbed up the overall standings to assume the lead…
  2. Dakar Rally 2017: Loeb retains lead of car class as Toyota’s hopes take a hit

    Autox.in - Motorsport 01.20 / 06:41 autox.in
    Peugeot's chances of holding on to their Dakar Rally title got a big boost on yesterday's third stage as Nasser Al-Attiyah suffered a crash in his Toyota that lead to him losing his right-rear…
  3. Alexander Rossi to Pilot No. 98 NAPA AUTO PARTS Honda For Select 2017 Events

    Thesportscampus.com - Motorsport 01.18 / 15:34 thesportscampus.com
    NAPA AUTO PARTS and Alexander Rossi drove into racing history by capturing the twin-checkers at the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500, and the pair will again join with Andretti Autosport in 2017. The seven-race, co-primary sponsorship will see the reigning Indy 500 champion take the wheel of Andretti’s No. 98 NAPA AUTO PARTS Honda starting at the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season opener in St. Petersburg, Florida. Rossi will then carry NAPA Know How for races in Long Beach, I…
  1. Han upstages stars to take clubhouse lead at Singapore Open

    Thesportscampus.com - Golf 01.20 / 17:43 thesportscampus.com
    Unheralded Seungsu Han of the United States upstaged the tournament marquee names by carding a second round four-under-par 67 to grab the second round clubhouse lead at the SMBC Singapore Open on Friday. Han, who is chasing his first professional win at the US$1 million Singapore showpiece, surprised even himself when he compiled a two-day total of nine-under-par 133 to give himself a two-shot advantage over Australia’s Adam Scott and Malaysia’s Gavin Green, who was at seven-under through …
  2. Stenson, Johnson excited about kicking off 2017 season in Abu Dhabi

    Thesportscampus.com - Golf 01.18 / 13:30 thesportscampus.com
    Reigning Race to Dubai champion Henrik Stenson is hoping to get his 2017 season off to a quick start at this week’s Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. After claiming his maiden Major win at last year’s Open Championship, the Swede finished the 2016 season as the European Tour Number One, lifting the Race to Dubai trophy for a second time. The World Number Four now begins his defence of that crown at Abu Dhabi Golf Club following a brief stopover in Stockholm on Monday night when he was hon…
  1. Uncapped trio named in England squad for Six Nations opener at Twickenham

    Thesportscampus.com - Regby 01.20 / 09:42 thesportscampus.com
    Bath prop Nathan Catt, Leicester flanker Mike Williams and Saracens back Alex Lozowski are the three surprise inclusions in England's 34-man squad for their Six Nations opener against France on 4th February. The uncapped trio seem to have made quite an impression on England head coach Eddie Jones, who decided to include them in his squad for the crucial tournament opener. Speaking about his decision to call up the trio, Jones said, “I’ve been impressed with the three uncapped players nam…
  2. Lopeti Timani re-signs with Australian Rugby through to the 2019 World Cup

    Thesportscampus.com - Regby 01.18 / 10:04 thesportscampus.com
    Wallabies backrower Lopeti Timani has re-committed to Australian Rugby after signing a two-year extension with the ARU and the Melbourne Rebels. The 26 year-old made his Wallabies debut last year against Argentina in Perth, before going on to play six Tests in a breakout season where he imposed himself as a formidable backrow force. Having already signed until the end of the 2017 season, Timani’s extension sees him through to the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan. “I’m thankful for the o…
  1. Shikhar Dhawan, Ishant Sharama Included in Delhi Squad For Mushtaq T20

    Sports.ndtv.com - Cricket 01.21 / 13:40 sports.ndtv.com
    Shikhar Dhawan has not been in best of form in the ongoing ODI series against England, failing to make an impression in the first two ODIs that India won. He has not been included in the India T20 side for the England…
  2. Bhuvi credits IPL experience for improved death bowling

    Sify.com - Cricket 01.21 / 11:17 sify.com
    Image Courtesy: BCCIIndian seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar on Saturday credited the Indian Premier League (IPL) for his improvement in death bowling before pointing out that his side will play without any pressure when they aim for a clean sweep against England in the third ODI at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Sunday. IND vs ENG - Complete CoverageSpeaking on the eve of the final ODI, the 26-year-old insisted that a lot of death bowling in the IPL has added to his experience and has also helped him…
  3. Shakib leads Bangladesh fight back against New Zealand

    Thesportscampus.com - Cricket 01.21 / 11:16 thesportscampus.com
    All-rounder Shakib Al Hasan led Bangladesh's fight back with three wickets to restrict New Zealand to 260/7 in the rain-curtailed second day of the second cricket Test at the Hagley Oval here on Saturday. Pacer Tim Southee, who took five wickets to help dismiss the visitors in the final five minutes of play for 289 on Friday, was unbeaten on 4 runs, while Henry Nicholls was at the crease on 56 when rain forced the players off the field about 50 minutes before the end of scheduled…
  4. New Zealand announce ODI squad to take on Australia

    Thesportscampus.com - Cricket 01.21 / 09:56 thesportscampus.com
    A 14 man squad has been named for New Zealand's opening two ANZ ODI matches of the Chappell-Hadlee series against Australia, including potential debutant Tom Blundell. The two sides first square-off at Eden Park on January 30th in what will be the 11th time that New Zealand and Australia have competed for the trophy. The series then moves to Napier for game two on February 2, before the third and final encounter in Hamilton on February 5. Luke Ronchi, Ben Wheeler, Adam Milne,…
  5. Australia's 1987 Cricket World Cup winners set to finally receive their medals

    Thesportscampus.com - Cricket 01.21 / 09:35 thesportscampus.com
    The first Australia squad to win the ICC Cricket World Cup (ICC CWC) will receive winners’ medals on Sunday – 30 years after their triumph. Allan Border’s side won the fourth edition of the tournament in India and Pakistan in 1987, beating England by seven runs in the final in what was then known as Calcutta.  But although they were presented with a trophy, the 14 players, together with coach Bob Simpson, team manager Alan Crompton and physiotherapist Errol Alcott, never received any comme…
  6. Third ODI: Dress rehearsal for India ahead of Champions Trophy

    Sify.com - Cricket 01.21 / 06:33 sify.com
    Kolkata: Ironing out deficiencies and building on a formidable squad will be top of the agenda when India take on England in their last One Day International (ODI) ahead of the ICC Champions Trophy at the Eden Gardens here on Sunday.The three-match rubber has already been pocketed by Virat Kohli's men in blue who have won the first two matches at Pune and Cuttack.But with there being no 50-over engagement before June when the Champions Trophy gets underway in England, coach Anil Kumble and…
  7. South Africa beats Sri Lanka by 19 runs in 10-over match

    Newdelhitimes.com - Cricket 01.21 / 06:33 newdelhitimes.com
    South Africa continued its test-winning form against Sri Lanka with a 19-run victory on Friday in the first Twenty20, which was reduced to 10 overs per side due to rain. South Africa reached 126-5 after Sri Lanka won the toss and chose to bowl. Sri Lanka could only score 107-6 in reply. The hosts stumbled…
  8. Tendulkar calling me 'superstar' feels 'little embarrassing': Yuvraj

    Sify.com - Cricket 01.21 / 05:33 sify.com
    Image courtesy: BCCIComeback man Yuvraj Singh, who smashed a blistering century to help India secure a series-clinching 15-run victory in the second one-day international against England, feels a "little embarrassed" after Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar showered praise on his innings by calling him a "superstar".IND vs ENG - Complete CoverageYuvraj (150) and Dhoni (134) put on 256 runs for the fourth wicket to help India post a mammoth 381-6 after being put into bat at the Barabati…