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Five reasons Iceland can shock the world

There is an undeniable novelty factor to Iceland’s participation at Russia 2018.

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Former Wimbledon champion Bartoli announces return to WTA Tour

Former Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli announced on Tuesday that she would return to professional tennis in 2018 after more than four years in retirement.

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Ferrari could walk out of F1, warns Marchionne

Ferrari could lead other Formula One teams into an alternative championship if the sport becomes too much like the US-based NASCAR series but hope it does not come to that, chairman Sergio Marchionne has said.

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Lopetegui's four keys to success

When Julen Lopetegui took over as Spain coach, he inherited a side that had won the lot and then fallen on hard times.

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SA Claim sixth Mopani copper mines COSAFA under-20 championships title

South Africa claimed their sixth regional title after a 2-1 victory over Lesotho in the final of the 2017 Mopani Copper Mines COSAFA Under-20 Championships at the Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe, Zambia on Saturday.

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Tokyo 2020 Games organisers cut costs by 300 million dollars

Tokyo 2020 organisers unveiled on Friday a budget of $12.6 billion for the next Summer Games. That is a $300 million reduction from estimates in May.

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Romario to run for CBF chief to clean up Brazilian soccer

Former Brazil soccer striker and 1994 World Cup champion Romario said on Tuesday he plans to run for president of the scandal-plagued Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) on an anti-corruption platform.

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Messi, Iniesta and Oblak among La Liga award winners

Barcelona forward Lionel Messi picked up his fourth "Pichichi" trophy at an awards ceremony held by the Marca sports newspaper on Monday , in recognition of the 37 goals scored in the Spanish League during the 2016-17 season.

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Aiteo CAF awards 2017: Top three unveiled

The top three (3) for all the categories of the Aiteo CAF Awards 2017 was unveiled on Monday, 18 December 2017 in Accra, Ghana.

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Real round off historic year in UAE

In taking the honours at UAE 2017, Real Madrid became the first side in the history of the FIFA Club World Cup to retain the trophy.

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