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France's Giroud savours World Cup glory despite criticism

France striker, Olivier Giroud, says criticism has always motivated him to do better. The 31-year-old is pleased to silence his detractors with his stellar work rate in his team's World Cup triumph in Russia.

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Golf will never be drug-free: Player

Golf will never be completely drug free according to retired South African golfer, Gary Player, who has also questioned why it took so long for the British Open to implement blood testing as part of its anti-doping regulations.

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Mbappe's France has quality to emulate Pele's boys from Brazil

When teenager Kylian Mbappe netted France's fourth goal in the World Cup final, thoughts turned to the possibility that the French could go on to emulate the dominant Brazilian teams led by their great striker, Pele.

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Second cancer surgery for New Zealand great Hadlee

New Zealand bowling great, Richard Hadlee, is to undergo another operation after tests showed a secondary cancer was found in his liver, his wife said on Monday.

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Russia prevents 25 million cyber attacks

Russia prevented nearly 25 million cyber attacks and other criminal acts against its information infrastructure related to the soccer World Cup, the Kremlin quoted President Vladimir Putin as saying.

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Cricket SA appoint Moroe as permanent Chief Executive

Cricket South Africa (CSA) has appointed Thabang Moroe as permanent Chief Executive on a three-year contract with immediate effect, the governing body announced on Monday.

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Joshua to defend titles against Povetkin at Wembley

Britain's Anthony Joshua will defend his WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight titles against Russian Alexander Povetkin at Wembley on September 22, Joshua's promoter, Eddie Hearn, announced on Monday.

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Suwannapura tops Lincicome in playoff to win Marathon Classic

Thidapa Suwannapura could hardly believe it after she outlasted Brittany Lincicome in a sudden-death playoff to win the Marathon Classic in Sylvania, Ohio.

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Kane keen to overcome fatigue and hit the ground running for Spurs

England captain, Harry Kane, is confident he can recover from the fatigue of a taxing World Cup campaign as he aims to return to action in Tottenham Hotspur's opening Premier League fixture against Newcastle United on August. 11.

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French police clash with unruly fans

French police fired tear gas and dispersed crowds from the Champs Elysees late on Sunday after clashes with a small group of unruly fans threatened to spoil celebrations of France's World Cup win over Croatia in Moscow.

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