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Inbee Park won the US Women's Open on Sunday to make history with titles in the year's first three majors.
West Indies scrambled to a one-wicket victory with 14 balls to spare over India in the second match of the Celkon Mobile Cup Tri-Nation One-Day International Series on Sunday.
Vicente del Bosque called his team's resounding 3-0 loss to Brazil in the Confederations Cup final a "deserved defeat".
New Zealand won the men's Rugby World Cup Sevens title Sunday, outplaying England 33-0 in the final. New Zealand's women were also victorious, beating Canada 29-12 in their final.
England's Paul Casey sensationally ended a two year winless drought to capture the Irish Open at Carton House, Maynooth, on Sunday.
Belgium's Jan Bakelants of the Radioshack Leopard team won the second stage of the Tour de France on Sunday to take the overall race leader's yellow jersey by a margin of 1 second.
Thousands of protesters are gathering outside the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro ahead of the Confederations Cup final between Brazil and Spain.
Nico Rosberg won, but his Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton took as many plaudits when he recovered from a massive tyre explosion to finish fourth in a thrilling British Grand Prix
Chris Gayle slammed 109 off 100 balls as West Indies romped to a six-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in the opening one-day cricket international in the tri-nation Cup.
Lewis Hamilton resisted pressure from his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg and the speed of both Red Bulls to claim pole position on Saturday, for Sunday's British Grand Prix.
The Bulls were easy winners in the Vodacom Super Rugby, running in six tries to the Southern Kings two. They consolidated top spot in the SA conference, courtesy of a 48-18 victory
Marcel Kittel has claimed the first stage of the 100th edition of the Tour de France. The German won a sprint finish to the 213 kilometre opening stage through Corsica.
The Crusaders have kept their hopes of a Super Rugby play-off spot alive. They outclassed the Higlanders 40-12 in Dunedin on Saturday morning.
The 100th edition of the Tour de France started in blazing sunshine in Corsica on Saturday with the first stage a 213-kilometre ride up the Mediterranean island's east coast.
Nico Rosberg clocked the fastest time for Mercedes in the final practice for the British Grand Prix, while Sergio Perez's tyre failure threw Pirelli in the spotlight again.
The Wallabies beat the British and Irish Lions 16-15 to level the three-Test series in a titanic second Test in Melbourne on Saturday.
The prospect of securing a Super Rugby playoff berth for the first time is likely to curtail the Cheetahs' enterprising play when they clash with the Stormers at Newlands.
The British and Irish Lions are poised to secure their first series in 16 years while the Wallabies have their backs to the wall and must win Saturday's pivotal second Test.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) has postponed its annual awards day indefinitely, due to the ailing health of former president Nelson Mandela.
Gordon Igesund has opted for youth in the Bafana Bafana squad for the southern African Cosafa Cup in Zambia next month.
Portugal and Nigeria won their final Group B matches to reach the last-16 of the Under-20 World Cup on Thursday, while third-place South Korea still has a chance of advancing.
Murder accused athlete Oscar Pistorius is reportedly back in training following a long hiatus after he was charged with murder in February.
Italy coach Cesare Prandelli urged his players to follow the example of Confederations Cup conquerors Spain after the Azzurri lost a penalty shoot-out 7-6 in the semifinals.
New Zealand clinched the Twenty20 series against England after the second and final match between the teams was abandoned Thursday because of persistent rain.
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