WATCH: 'Lucky' Fury serenades his lady after Klitschko defeat

Tyson Fury, the new world heavyweight boxing champion, had reason to feel on top of the world when he broke into an impromptu rendition of Aerosmith's "Don't Wanna Miss A Thing."

Bale, Ronaldo hand Real victory

Madrid remain in third, but victory takes Rafael Benitez's men back to within six points of league leaders Barca and two points of city rivals Atletico Madrid.


Yearning for Rio 2016: SA hockey teams let down by Sascoc

Both teams qualified earlier this month for the Olympic Games after being crowned the African champions at the Greenfields African Hockey Championships.


La Marseillaise rings out ahead of Watford-Man Utd match

The French national anthem will be played before all this weekend's 10 top-flight matches in England, the first round of Premier League fixture since the attacks.

Pirates' Confed road ends in defeat

The Soweto Giants failed to replicate their win in the premier African competition 20 years ago.

Diego Costa throws bib toward Mourinho

Chelsea's Jose Mourinho and Diego Costa's relationship took another turn when the striker was left out of the team.

Traditional Pacific farewell for Lomu draws thousands

The Pacific island communities gathered on Saturday for a "family day" to pay a traditional tribute to Jonah Lomu, who was of Tongan descent.

Goldman Sachs hires Japan alchemist Eddie Jones

The 55-year-old Australian, who recently led Japan's Brave Blossoms to three victories in four games at the World Cup, will join a nine-member advisory board at the start of 2016.

Review controversy costly for Kiwis: McCullum

Llong's contentious reprieve of Nathan Lyon from a caught behind appeal took the wind out of New Zealand's sails on day two and Australia grabbed another 108 runs.

Australia chase 187 to seal series

New Zealand were dismissed for 208 in their second innings leaving Australia 187 runs to win the day-night third Test.

Murray beats Goffin to give Britain Davis cup

Murray was forced to play some of his best tennis against an opponent who refused to buckle, but he would not be denied as he led his country to a first title since 1936.

Djokovic sets eyes on French Open and Rio

Novak Djokovic's primary aim is to finally end his wait to win the French Open, which remains the one Grand Slam crown to elude him.

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