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January, 18, 2017

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Siddle joins Australia's injury list, ruled out of 2nd test
Veteran paceman Peter Siddle has been ruled out of the second test with a back injury, meaning Australia may need to make three changes to the lineup that lost the series-opening match by 177 runs to South Africa.
International cricket can come back to Pakistan, Abbas says
Former ICC president and test captain Zaheer Abbas believes Pakistan will eventually revive international cricket in the country.
South Africa defeat Australia in first Test
Paceman Kagiso Rabada bowled an understrength South Africa to a 177-run victory over Australia on Monday, giving the visitors the upper hand at the start of the three-Test series.
Mixed martial arts off to a fast start in New York state
Professional mixed martial arts are off to a rollicking start in New York state, two months after lawmakers ended its status as the only state to ban the popular sport.
Cricket: Aussies play down sledging problem after Hughes inquest
Former Australia captain Mark Taylor and other senior figures Friday insisted verbal abuse is not a big problem after a coroner examining Phillip Hughes's death called it cricket's "ugly underside".
The maker of a popular line of minimalist running shoes doesn't have to pay damages for naming some of its models after Abebe Bikila, the legendary Ethiopian runner who won the 1960 Olympics marathon barefoot, a federal judge has ruled.
Almandin storms to victory at 156th Melbourne Cup
Almandin stormed down the straight to beat Heartbreak City by a long head in the 156th Melbourne Cup on Tuesday, giving owner Lloyd Williams a record fifth win in Australia's richest race and jockey Kerrin McEvoy his second victory in the 2-mile classic.
Michael Phelps has beach wedding months after legal marriage
Four months after getting legally married to Nicole Johnson, Michael Phelps is celebrating in Mexico.
As the presidential candidates sprint the final leg of the race for the White House, sports luminaries are lining up behind their preferred candidates.
Cricket: Bangladesh erupts in joy after historic England win
Thousands of people took to the streets in cities across Bangladesh as the perennial under-achievers beat England by 108 runs on Sunday to post one of their most momentous cricketing victories.
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