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India have been docked six women's championship match points after failing to play against Pakistan amid simmering tension between the South Asian rivals, the world cricket body said Wednesday.
South Africa captain Faf du Plessis fined for ball tampering
South Africa captain Faf du Plessis has been found guilty and fined for ball tampering by the International Cricket Council but will be allowed to play against Australia this week.
Russian sport is a long way from convincing the world that it has cleaned up its act, the World Anti-Doping Agency declared Sunday, pointing to the state's failure to accept it was behind a doping program, its continued obstruction of testing, and a series of cyberattacks.
Skating on the edge
Skating on the edge
Steve Smith is hurt and embarrassed after another humiliating loss as Australia's test cricket captain, and he didn't want to disguise the depths of the problems.
Chen Wei-ling broke the world record in women's squats yesterday at the IPF World Open Championships in Orlando, U.S.
Cricket: Misfiring Zimbabwe bowled out for 154
Zimbabwe's top order continued to misfire as they were bowled out for 154 by Sri Lanka in the first match of a one-day international triangular series at Harare Sports Club on Monday.
MMA: McGregor knocks out Alvarez for second UFC title
Mixed martial arts superstar Conor McGregor knocked out Eddie Alvarez at Madison Square Garden on Saturday to become the first to hold two Ultimate Fighting Championship titles at the same time.
Cricket: India on shaky ground in first England Test
Top-ranked India were fighting for a draw after losing two wickets on the final day of a high-scoring first Test against England in Rajkot on Sunday.
Women compete in big-wave for 1st time
Charging into violent waves at a Maui surf break known as "Jaws," a group of women made history Friday as they competed for the first time in the World Surf League's big-wave surfing competition.
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