Mundine-Mosley undercard scrapped

The Anthony Mundine-Shane Mosley fight night has started in farcical circumstances, with one bout already dropped and the rest of the undercard delayed when gloves failed to turn up on time.

Dramatic win hands Pakistan ODI series

Pakistan produced a valiant fightback to beat South Africa by one run and claim victory in their one-day international series on Wednesday.

McIlroy gets back in the swing

Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy said he can feel signs of his game returning ahead of this week's Australian Open.

Triple crown feat potential excites Scott

He is not getting any advice from Robert Allenby, but Adam Scott is excited about the chance to take out the Australian 'triple crown'.

Reports: World Cup stadium collapses

Part of the stadium due to host the opening match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup has collapsed, according to reports.

Kobe aiming for Sacramento return

Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant has earmarked a match against the Sacramento Kings next month as a possible date to return to action.

Bulls won't make big changes

Don't expect the Bulls to make immediate, wholesale changes in response to Derrick Rose's latest knee injury.

NZ XI batsmen struggle at Lincoln

It wasn't encouraging news for the prospective New Zealand Test top-order in the opening match of the West Indies tour against an NZ XI at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval at Lincoln University on Wednesday.

Northern close in on emphatic win

Central Districts came within two wickets of an embarrassing two-day Plunket Shield defeat to neighbours Northern Districts in Hamilton on Wednesday.

Heineken Open full field announced

Veteran Spaniard Tommy Robredo was today officially announced alongside German Philipp Kohlschreiber and Frenchman Benoit Paire to play at next year's Heineken Open.

Half-court shot winner may not see winnings

A college sophomore hit a half-court shot during Oklahoma City Thunder's promotion that netted him $20,000, but he might not get to keep the cash.

Sportal's assessment of the All Blacks class of 2013

All the attention regarding the All Blacks has been about their achievement in completing a 100 percent win record in 2013 but what may be more significant in the longer term is the continuing infusion of new blood into the world's No.1 side.

Will LeBron return to Cleveland?

There has been speculation for more than a year that LeBron James would consider a return to Cleveland.

Change of style on cards for Black Sox

New Black Sox coach Mark Sorenson has hinted at a change of style for the world champions as they build to the defence of their title in two years.

Lambie confirmed at first five for Sharks

Sharks coach Jake White has finally decided that Patrick Lambie's ability at first five-eighths can no longer be ignored.

Luck had nothing to do with All Blacks success

Luck wasn't a factor in New Zealand's ability to tie up their Tests in Europe late in the game.

Cruden acknowledges role of Junior World Cup in his career

All Blacks match-winner Aaron Cruden has paid tribute to the role the Junior World Cup of 2009 played in his rapid advance to Rugby World Cup winner in 2011.

Ribery confident in Ballon d'Or chances

Bayern Munich attacker Franck Ribery is confident he will win the FIFA Ballon d'Or ahead of Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo.

Siddle: Sledging 'just natural' in Test cricket

Peter Siddle says malicious verbal attacks are commonplace in Test cricket and will carry on for the rest of the Ashes.

England lack 'options' to replace Trott

Former Ashes tormentor Stuart Clark says Jonathan Trott's departure due to a stress-related illness will expose England's lack of batting depth.
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