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Friday, October 2, 2015
World No. 1 Serena Williams announced Thursday her withdrawal from next week's China Open in Beijing and the WTA Finals in Singapore, ending her season.
Ireland have never reached a Rugby World Cup semifinal but former captain Keith Wood believes they can win the trophy if they beat France in their final pool match.
Australia will not take on wounded World Cup hosts England on Saturday with revenge on their minds, Wallabies coach Michael Cheika said.
Thursday, October 1, 2015
Taiwan won the 2015 Dafabet World Cup of Pool held in London, beating England B 10-8 in the race to 10 final.
Chelsea's woes continue, Arsenal lose again
Jose Mourinho's season took another turn for the worse on a night of surprises in the Champions League. With Chelsea floundering in 14th in the English Premier League, a win at Porto on Tuesday would have been a much-needed boost, but instead Mourinho watched a 2-1 defeat at the hands of the club he led to the Champions League title in 2004.
Los Angeles ace Clayton Kershaw pitched the big-money Dodgers to their third straight NL West title, tossing a one-hitter in an 8-0 win against the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday.
Dodgers clinch NL West crown with shutout win
Thabo Sefolosha stood along the baseline, a basketball under his right arm as he watched a drill on the first day of training camp for the Atlanta Hawks.
Rose to undergo surgery after left orbital fracture
Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose, the injury-nagged former NBA Most Valuable Player, suffered a left orbital fracture in practice Tuesday and will undergo surgery Wednesday, the team announced.
Four years ago, Tamika Catchings and the Indiana Fever came into the WNBA Finals as a huge underdog to Minnesota.
Three Taiwanese players currently competing in Japan's professional league are on the 28-man roster announced by Taiwan's baseball association yesterday who will represent their country in the upcoming inaugural Premier12 tournament.
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