Month: October 2017

Fifteen of the 19 Formula 1 races in 2017 so far have been won by Lewis Hamilton (right), Max Verstappen (centre) or Sebastian Vettel Formula 1 has revealed its plans for a new engine formula from 2021. The proposals are aimed at reducing costs, “improving the sound”, increasing competitiveness between teams and maintaining road relevance.
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If you think the Clippers don’t matter in Los Angeles — that they have too much ugly baggage to generate fan interest in a Lakers town — grab coffee with Blake Griffin in Beverly Hills. As we chat in the corner of a small coffee shop, two teenagers walk by outside and spot him. They
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Former Hyderabad captain MV Sridhar, who recently resigned as BCCI’s general manager of cricket operations, died on Monday morning. Sridhar, who was 51-years old, suffered a heart attack at his home, and was declared dead upon arrival at the hospital. He is survived by his wife, a daughter and a son. A prolific right-hand batsman,
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1:19 Behind 24 points from Kyrie Irving, Boston picks up their first win against San Antonio since March 2011. BOSTON – In the immediate aftermath of Gordon Hayward’s freak ankle injury, the Boston Celtics were rattled and uncertain how to respond. As pundits raced to adjust Boston’s season expectations, Celtics players themselves couldn’t help but
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Another day, another supposedly “official” ruling in the case of the Ezekiel Elliott suspension. On Monday night, a judge denied a request for an injunction, and the most-discussed six-game suspension ever for violating the league’s personal conduct policy was apparently back on, though I feel like we’ve been here before. Why, yes, we have been!
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VERMILLION, S.D. — Two University of South Dakota football players were arrested Monday on charges of second-degree rape after an alleged assault earlier this month at an off-campus residence, police said. Vermillion, South Dakota, police said in a statement that defensive backs Danny Rambo and Dale Williamson turned themselves in without incident. School officials say
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DEL MAR, Calif. — Jockey Mike Smith will wear a miniature camera on his helmet during this weekend’s Breeders’ Cup, bringing fans a close-up view from the saddle. Gun Runner, the top older horse on the East Coast, is the slight 9-5 favorite for the $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic on Saturday at Del Mar.
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