Papadakis & Cizeron set personal best in ice dance short

GRENOBLE, France (AP) Two-time world champions Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron of France are on course to break their world record after a personal best in the ice dance short program at the Internationaux de France on Friday. Read Full: Papadakis & Cizeron set personal best in ice dance short Source: international

US star Erin Hamlin nears the end of her long luge journey

Erin Hamlin is looking forward to normalcy. She is getting married next summer in her hometown. She is thinking about career moves. She is trying to figure out the rest of her life. Read Full: US star Erin Hamlin nears the end of her long luge journey Source: international

$7.5 million Schumacher Ferrari sets record: Sotheby’s

Michael Schumacher’s Grand Prix-Winning Ferrari sold for $7.5 million in New York on Thursday, setting an auction record for a modern-era Formula One car, Sotheby’s said. The seven-time world champion’s 2001 Ferrari F2001 sparked furious bidding, roaring past its pre-sale estimate of $4-5 million at Sotheby’s flagship post-war and contemporary November evening art sale. It put the buzz

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Five issues in the Premier League this weekend

After the year’s last international break, seven weeks of unbroken Premier League football begin this weekend stretching through December and up to the FA Cup third round in early January. Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City are eight points clear at the summit and in danger of disappearing over the horizon. Their closest challengers, Manchester United, Tottenham

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Ibrahimovic, Pogba back for Man Utd – Mourinho

Paul Pogba and long-term injury victim Zlatan Ibrahimovic will make their Manchester United returns against Newcastle United on Saturday, manager Jose Mourinho announced on Friday. France midfielder Pogba has been out since September with a hamstring injury, while former Sweden striker Ibrahimovic has not played since damaging knee ligaments against Anderlecht in April. Argentinian defender

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Pujara holds out as India struggle in rain-hit Test

Cheteshwar Pujara stood firm against a relentless Sri Lankan pace attack as India stumbled to 74-5 before rain washed out the second day of the first Test before lunch on Friday. Fast bowler Dasun Shanaka struck twice on a cloudy morning session at Kolkata’s Eden Gardens as the hosts struggled to build on their overnight

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CH in vigorous win over CR (19-12)

Charged with new vigor and determination CH & FC played well to their abilities to earn their first win this season when they defeated arch rivals CR & FC by 19 points (2 tries, 3 penalties) to 12 (2 tries, a conversion) in a Dialog Rugby League fixture played at Race Course rugby ground on

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Nesta Carter appealing disqualification over Doping

Jamaican sprinter Nesta Carter is at the Court of Arbitration for Sport to appeal against disqualification from the 2008 Olympics in a doping case that cost Usain Bolt a 4×100-meter relay gold medal. Carter shielded his face from media on arriving at sport’s highest court on Wednesday for a closed-doors hearing expected to last all day. A verdict is expected within

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Mo Farah has officially received his knighthood from the Queen (VIDEO)

Sir Mo Farah has officially received his knighthood from the Queen describing the moment as “incredible”. The four-time Olympic champion was honoured at an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday for his services to athletics, and swapped his running kit for a top hat and a full morning suit. Sir Mo, who called time on

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