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Luca Aerni flips the standings to win combined at ski worlds
In a total turnaround, Luca Aerni won the combined event at world ski championships on Monday after being 30th fastest in downhill.
 
A burgeoning Twenty20 tournament and growing interest from abroad is turning Hong Kong into one of Asia's fastest-rising cricketing destinations -- and could help the sport make inroads into mainland China.
 
Low-snow conditions in the Alaska Range have forced officials with the world's most famous sled dog race to move its official start from the Anchorage area to Fairbanks, 580 kilometers to the north.
 
International Association of Athletics Federations President Sebastian Coe says he's a big fan of the Nitro Athletics concept being showcased by Usain Bolt and which features mixed medley relays, sprints over non-traditional distances and elimination mile races.
 
Local fighter Jeff Huang seeks to beat the odds
Local welterweight MMA fighter Jeff "The Machine" Huang (黃育仁) will take on undefeated Malaysian prospect Agilan Thani on Friday.
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Downhill training lost to weather on 1st day of ski worlds
Bad weather wiped out downhill training sessions on the opening day of the ski world championships at St. Moritz.
 
Cook resigns as England's test captain after rough 2016
Alastair Cook, who led England in more tests than any other captain, resigned from the role on Monday saying it was the right time for him to quit.
 
HERALD SUN TOUR Damien Howson pips Chris Froome to win
Young Australian Damien Howson upstaged international stars Chris Froome and Esteban Chaves Sunday, winning the overall Herald Sun Tour ahead of fellow countryman Jai Hindley.
 
India has voted against a proposed shake-up of cricket's global governing body that threatens its influence as one of the game's "Big Three" powers along with Australia and England.
 
Sydney is set to host the world's richest turf race with AU$10 million (US$7.55 million) in prize money, surpassing the Melbourne Cup for the high-stakes honor, it was announced Wednesday.
 
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