Wallaby Folau pens three-year deal

Wallabies fullback Israel Folau has signed a three-year extension to his national contract in a coup for the embattled Australian Rugby Union.

Robinho bids farewell to Santos

Brazil forward Robinho ended his third spell at Santos on Tuesday with local media reporting he was set to join up with former Selecao coach Luiz Felipe Scolari.

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Fighting Fit - Different fight, new loss

In week two of Simon Stephens' MMA training, he's pushed to another level of pain.

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Never write off Boks: Japie Mulder

Japie Mulder, well-known for a try-saving tackle in the 1995 Springbok World Cup final, said predicting the fate of the Springboks for the World Cup can prove way off the mark.

Red hot Argentina crush Paraguay as Chile await in the final

Angel di Maria scored twice and Marcos Rojo, Javier Pastore, Sergio Aguero and Gonzalo Higuain also found the net in a brilliant display orchestrated by an inspired Lionel Messi.

Leicester sack Pearson

The club said assistant managers Craig Shakespeare and Steve Walsh will take charge of first team duties while it looks for a new manager.

Former Bulls coach Ludeke joins Fiji

Frans Ludeke will spend the next three months in Fiji as they prepare for the World Cup in England in September.

Former rugby players to blow the whistle

Former rugby players like Monty Dumond take to the field as refs.

Van der Merwe to pursue career in Netherlands

Roelof van der Merwe will represent the Netherlands immediately and will seek to become part of the Dutch ICC Twenty20 World Cup squad in March and April 2016.

Proteas announce new sponsor

Blue Label Telecoms announced on Monday that its Indian associate, Oxigen, will be the sponsor behind the Proteas for all T20 matches in the upcoming season.

Misfiring Murray does enough to advance

Andy Murray looked on course to cruise through when he broke in the 10th game to clinch the first set and immediately broke again to take a 2-0 lead in the second.

Anderson wins at Wimbledon

South African Kevin Anderson won his first round match at Wimbledon, beating Frenchman Lucas Pouille in four sets.

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