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Hayatou to present trophy at women's final
Cameroonian Issa Hayatou, one of Fifa's vice-presidents, will present the Women's World Cup trophy to the winners on Sunday in the absence of Fifa president Sepp Blatter. Read full article
Danny Lee claims first Tour win
Americans Kevin Kisner and Robert Streb, Canadian David Hearn and Kiwi Danny Lee are in a sudden-death playoff at the Greenbrier Classic in West Virginia. Read full article
Fifa corruption clouds lift for final
A Women's World Cup that began under the cloud of a Fifa corruption scandal is set for a dazzling finish when holders Japan face the United States in an intriguing final on Sunday. Read full article
Ex-champ Dhlomo dies in Holland
Former SA light-heavyweight champion Darius Dhlomo has died in the Netherlands at the age of 83. Read full article
Tiger bogey-less first time since '13
Tiger Woods fired his first bogey free round since 2013 on Sunday, closing with a three-under par 67 in the final round of The Greenbrier Classic. Read full article
Allen claims first LET title
American Beth Allen shot a final round of 67 to come from five shots behind the overnight leader Caroline Masson and claim her first Ladies European Tour title at the ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters. Read full article
Team boss hits out at Cavendish
Patrick Lefevere hit out at his sprint ace Mark Cavendish after the Briton's decision not to hang on in the final metres of the second stage of the Tour de France cost the team the coveted yellow jersey. Read full article
The glass is half empty for Arrivabene
Sebastian Vettel's third place finish at the British Grand Prix on Sunday was met with more pessimism than optimism by his Ferrari Formula One principal Maurizio Arrivabene. Read full article
Alonso ends miserable run with a point
Fernando Alonso scored a morale-boosting first point of the Formula One season at the ninth attempt on Sunday but neither the double world champion nor his McLaren team were about to celebrate. Read full article
Pasuwa eyes Lesotho scalp
After leading his side cruise past Comoros in the Chan qualifier preliminary round, Warriors coach Callisto Pasuwa has now set his sights on first round opponents Lesotho. Read full article
Sunshine Stars retain NPFL top spot
Sunshine Stars claimed a hard-fought point in a 1-1 draw with Lobi Stars on Sunday to retain top spot in the Nigeria Professional Football League. Read full article
Lwandamina relieved after win
Zambia coach George Lwandamina says it is great relief to have advanced to the final round of the 2016 Chan qualifiers. Read full article
Bolus excited at comeback win
Giwa FC head coach Tony Bolus was full of praises for his wards after they came back from behind to beat hard-fighting Heartland. Read full article
Chidzambwa keeping the faith
ZPC Kariba coach Sunday Chidzambwa is unfazed by his side’s second consecutive defeat after losing 1-0 to Tsholotsho FC at home on Saturday. Read full article
Muhiddin dellighted with Mudde capture
Bandari coach Twahir Muhiddin says new signing Musa Mudde is expected to make the team more solid, especially after an unconvincing first half of the season. Read full article
Brailsford still welcomes Tour start
Dave Brailsford admitted Sunday's incident-packed second stage of the Tour de France had been a nervy one for strategists but the Team Sky boss said it was great for the sport. Read full article
‘We paid for missed chances’
Lobi Stars head coach Justin Tenger said his side were punished for failing to convert several chances against leaders Sunshine Stars. Read full article
Nibali, Quintana bemoan bad luck
Reigning champion Vincenzo Nibali complained of "bad luck" on Sunday after he lost almost a minute and a half to two of his main rivals for Tour de France victory. Read full article
Williams men left frustrated
Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas were left frustrated and at loggerheads after seeing their bid for a bold Williams one-two at the team's home British Grand Prix undone by rain showers and pit-stops. Read full article
Martinez to captain Spain Davis Cup
Conchita Martinez will take over as Spain's Davis Cup captain for the Group I tie away to Russia in two weeks following Friday's dismissal of Gala Leon, Spanish media reported on Sunday. Read full article
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