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Monday, January 19, 2015
Roma was held to 1-1 at Palermo on Saturday in another slip-up in its quest for the Serie A title.
French league leader Lyon increased the pressure on its title rivals as it beat struggling Lens 2-0 for a sixth straight victory on Saturday.
Walker shoots 62 and takes Sony Open lead by two shots
Jimmy Walker has a two-shot lead in the Sony Open and knows how to approach the final round.
Red Wings put end to Nashville's winning streak
Tomas Tatar scored twice, and Henrik Zetterberg added a clever tally from behind the goal line to help the Detroit Red Wings end Nashville's five-game winning streak with a 5-2 victory over the Predators in the NHL on Saturday night.
Qatar's Al-Attiyah wins 2nd Dakar Rally title
Qatar's Nasser Al-Attiyah clinched his second Dakar Rally car title on Saturday to give British marque Mini their fourth consecutive success in the grueling 9,000 kilometer event.
Wilder dethrones Stiverne in heavyweight clash
Deontay Wilder claimed the World Boxing Council heavyweight title with a dominating 12-round decision over Bermane Stiverne, becoming the first American to hold a major heavyweight crown since 2006.
Neureuther prevails in World Cup slalom
Felix Neureuther took advantage of a rare mistake by Marcel Hirscher of Austria to win a World Cup slalom on Saturday and retake the discipline standings lead from his great rival.
Pakistan head coach Waqar Younis on Saturday said he was happy his team were not among the favorites to win next month's World Cup, saying the tag often put unnecessary pressure on players.
Australia's James, China's Cai win snowboard world titles in Austria
Australian snowboarder Scotty James won the halfpipe world title, while Cai Xuetong of China won the women's competition on Saturday.
Sunday, January 18, 2015
Clark and Merritt share early lead at Sony Open
Tim Clark kept the ball in play on the tight fairways of Waialae, took advantage of dry conditions that allow for more roll, and posted his second straight round of 5-under 65 on Friday for a share of the Sony Open lead with Troy Merritt among the early starters.
  
  
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