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January, 17, 2017

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Bangladesh squandered a strong start to score 236-9 as it batted first on Saturday in the third one-day international against New Zealand on Saturday.
 
US coach: Bode Miller aiming to race next season at age 40
Bode Miller is still planning on racing again. Just probably not this season.
 
Australia beat Pakistan to clinch series
A brilliant all-round performance by Mitchell Starc propelled Australia to series-clinching victory over Pakistan by an innings and 18 runs in the second test as the visitors crumbled under pressure on the fifth day at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Friday.
 
Young, determined and from parts of Cape Town known for gangs rather than yacht clubs, seven sailors will leave their hometown Sunday on an epic ocean race to Brazil.
 
David Warner's century against Pakistan gives Aussies outside chance of victory in Melbourne test
A run-a-ball hundred from David Warner gave Australia an outside chance of forcing a result after Azhar Ali posted a double-century for Pakistan in the second Test in Melbourne on Wednesday.
 
Russian anti-doping officials have acknowledged a massive doping conspiracy in their country, but still reject claims of government involvement in the affair that rocked world sport, The New York Times reported Tuesday.
 
Frenchman sets round-the-world sailing record: 49 days
A little over 49 days -- that's all it took Frenchman Thomas Coville to sail around the world alone, to set what French officials say is a new world record.
 
South African captain Faf du Plessis said he hoped a grassy St George's Park pitch would negate Sri Lanka's spin threat in the first Test starting on Monday.
 
Pakistan batting coach Grant Flower says his side is looking forward to a return of the red ball and a hard Melbourne Cricket Ground pitch for the second test against Australia beginning Monday.
 
Kristoffersen beats Hirscher without drone danger
There were no falling drones to deal with this time but Marcel Hirscher still can't catch Henrik Kristoffersen on the slalom hill.
 
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