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Provided that the southern portion of the U.S. can remain hurricane-free this weekend coming, Aussie professional golfer Marc Leishman, already enjoying a career-season in 12th year as a pro, has a very legitimate chance of walking away with an extra $US 10 million in his pocket when he tees it up in the last FedEx

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The question is, did Conor McGregor’s code hop to boxing increase the profile of the UFC, or did it lower that profile or otherwise impact the game? UFC honcho Dana White seems to be happy to have his meal ticket back in the fold, provided, that is, that McGregor does not decide that a stint

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Des Hasler may have lost his job as Head Coach of the Canterbury Bulldogs, but he was seen walking down the street, not laughing, necessarily, but with an optimistic look on his face as he headed to the bank to deposit his severance fee, which is estimated to be in the suburb of $600,000. That

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The Parramatta Eels have four openings for players in 2018, but seem unconcerned for the moment. Of bigger import is the entire question of whether or not there will be a 2018 season, given the state of the negotiations between the NRL and the RLPA, where a new collective bargaining agreement has yet to be

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The big news in the world of men’s professional gold today is whether or not a five-shot lead is adequate to prevent Marc Leishman from experiencing in this week’s BMW Championship, the third leg of the FedEx Cup Championship finals, from experiencing the same sort of back-nine meltdown that cost him the Dell TechnologiesChampionship a

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The good old days of security as a caddie for a top professional golfer are apparently over. Tiger Woods started the trend when he fired Mike “Fluff” Cowan in 1999. Phil Mickelson recently parted ways with Jim “Bones” Mackay after 25 years. It was a mutually agreed upon separation. Mackay was no longer recommending the

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What everyone wants to know: Is Australia a rugby country or is Australia an Australian Rules football country? It would seem the latter is the case, as the NRL staged some true heart-stoppers in the first round of the 2017 Finals Series, but no one went to the games. The disparity in attendance is nearly

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Well, good news on the Aussie international cricket front for a change. The Aussies got their tour of India off to a good beginning, beating the India President’s XI by 103 runs in Chennai. All-rounder Marcus Stoinis his for 76, David Warner supplied 64 and Captain Steve Smith hit 55. Travis Head was also a

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Eight sides took the field in week one of the finals of the Telstra 2017 NRL Premiership competition and when all was said and done, it might well go down as one of the most compelling finals weeks in the annals of the game. Fourteen total points was all the separated the four losers from

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There may be people who are too cool for school, but not too old for school, as the case of Aussie Hanes Stefanou illustrates. At the ripe old age of 30, Stefanou has chosen an unusual path to sports glory by enrolling in the University of Colorado in Boulder as a student athlete with the

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