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Lorenzo Gives Ducati Maiden Pole, Hafizh Syahrin Settles For 14th

KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysian MotoGP rider, Hafizh Syahrin Abdullah of Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Team managed to secure the 14th grid at the Catalan Motorcycle Grand Prix in Barcelona, tonight.

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National Athletes Reminded Not To Gorge Themselves

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KUALA LUMPUR – National athletes have been reminded not to gorge themselves while celebrating Aidilfitri with family members and friends.

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Van Marwijk Backs Arzani To Make World Cup Impact

Australia coach Bert van Marwijk is confident that Daniel Arzani is ready to make a difference at the World Cup despite being the youngest player at the tournament.

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Iceland's World Cup Opener Vs. Argentina 'Biggest Game In History' Of Country - Coach

MOSCOW -- Iceland manager Heimir Hallgrimsson said his entire squad is fit to play in Saturday's World Cup opener against Argentina, which he declared "the biggest game in the history of Iceland."

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Portugal 3-3 Spain: Cristiano Ronaldo's First World Cup Hat-Trick Secures Draw

BEIJING — China fired back Saturday in a spiraling trade dispute with President Donald Trump by raising import duties on a $34 billion list of American goods including soybeans, electric cars and whiskey.

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Roger Federer Beats Guido Pella To Reach Stuttgart Semi-Finals

Roger Federer is one match away from regaining the world number one ranking following his quarter-final victory over Guido Pella at the Mercedes Cup.

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England v South Africa: Hosts Secure Series Win With Emphatic Canterbury Victory

England's women secured a 2-1 series win over South Africa with a seven-wicket victory in Canterbury.

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Volvo Ocean Race: Three Boats Tied For Lead With One Leg To Go

After eight months and almost 45,000 miles, three boats are tied for the lead in the Volvo Ocean Race with one leg remaining, which organisers have called an "unprecedented scenario in the 45-year history of the race".

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Cristiano Ronaldo ‘Agrees To Pay $21m' To End Spanish Tax Case

Cristiano Ronaldo, the Real Madrid football superstar, has reached an agreement with Spanish tax authorities to serve two years in prison and pay an 18.8m euro ($21.8m) fine in a tax evasion case, Spanish newspaper El Mundo reported on Friday.

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UBS Ran 10,000 Simulations Of The World Cup — And One Team Is The Head And Shoulders Above The Rest

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LONDON – Every four years, the world watches in awe as 32 teams from around the globe take part in the FIFA World Cup, perhaps the biggest sporting occasion on the planet.

Read more: UBS Ran 10,000 Simulations Of The World Cup — And One Team Is The Head And Shoulders Above The Rest