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There was zero drama at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions on Sunday when Jordan Spieth took his multi-shot lead into the final round and increased it to the point where there were eight strokes betwixt him and closest competitor Patrick Reed. Only Jason Day posted a better final round score. He shot an eight-under 65

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Nothing like a good football controversy to get the week started right. Referee Stephen Lucas obliged in the match he recently officiated betwixt the Brisbane Roar and Wellington Phoenix at Westpac Stadium this Sunday past. The roar had been held scoreless for only the second time this season whilst attempting to win their fifth consecutive.

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The level of outrage over Chris Gayle’s mid-match comments to Mel McLaughlin during a sideline video interview has ascended to monumental heights. Former Australian cricketer Ian Chappell feels that the apology and the $10,000 fine should be supplemented with a life-time ban to be imposed on a world-wide basis. Chappell was adamant in saying that

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Ridin’ high in April. Shot down in May, or something to that effect, in the case of 2015 Brownlow winner Nat Fyfe. Doctors have told him that the bulging disc in his back will have to be managed for the rest of his career. The Fremantle player will doubtless experience the issue for the rest

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Nick Kyrgios served up some cold revenge when he upset world number two Andy Murray in straight sets in Hopman Cup play. The win was payback for Murray’s having eliminated Kyrgios from three out of four Grand Slam events in 2015. Kyrgios currently occupies the number 30 ranking, so the victory should give him some

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Adidas is showing a true case of buyer’s remorse when it comes to the £750 million they spent to secure the rights for 10 years to supply Manchester United’s kits. Adidas chief executive Herbert Hainer is disappointed in the defensive approach of Manchester manager Louis van Gaal. Over the span of eight games, United has

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Australia’s top ranked tennis player, Bernard Tomic, has expressed that his schedule may prevent him from taking part in the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. He has indicated, however, a willingness to represent Australia in Davis Cup play. He is currently ranked 18th in the world. It was not really all that

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Just going to outright say it – William Pike has made the wrong decision in getting off Delicacy for Neverland in the Perth Cup. Completely see the theory behind his well documented reasoning i.e the weight difference etc, but Delicacy is a special mare – her record over 1800m+ is 8 wins from 9 starts,

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Melbourne and the Australian Open will be the site where Roger Federer makes what could be his final legitimate attempt to add to his record of 17 Grand Slam tournament victories. He has come close on a couple of occasions since winning Wimbledon in 2012, but Novak Djokovic, who seems as though he was genetically

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December 2015 is now upon us. Punters have plenty of markets for the month, some of them shaping up to be pretty interesting. The World Surf League is holding the Billabong Pipe Master on 8 December, in Oahu, of all places, where billabongs are few and far between. The World Champion will be crowned, with

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