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Badminton star Tai wins Malaysia Open title
Taiwan's Tai Tzu-ying (戴資穎), the world's topped ranked women's singles badminton player, added the Malaysia Open to back-to-back Super Series wins Sunday.
 
Veteran Pakistan batsman and former captain Younis Khan announced on Saturday he will retire from international cricket after the upcoming Test series in the West Indies.
 
WWII bomb delays Oxford-Cambridge race
Hours after police removed an unexploded World War II-era bomb near the start of the course on the River Thames, Oxford reclaimed the boat race title from Cambridge on Sunday.
 
Veteran British endurance cyclist Mike Hall died early Friday after being struck by a car during the Indian Pacific Wheel race from Perth to Sydney, event officials said.
 
With Sebastian Vettel ascending the top of the podium in his red Ferrari race suit, the new regulations for Formula One cars seemingly needed only one Grand Prix to produce one of the desired effects.
 
Australia were tottering on 92-5 at tea after India's pace and spin rattled the visitors on the third day of the decisive fourth Test in Dharamsala on Monday.
 
Australia bowled out for 300 after Kuldeep Yadav takes 4-68
Newcomer Kuldeep Yadav took 4-68 Saturday as Australia wasted a strong start to its first innings and was bowled out for 300 on day one of the fourth test against India.
 
India reaches 248-6; trails Australia by 52 in 4th test
Nathan Lyon took 4-67 as India finished on 248-6 at stumps on day two of the fourth test against Australia on Sunday.
 
Kisenosato wins Spring sumo title in debut as grand champion
Making his debut at sumo's highest rank of grand champion, Japanese wrestler Kisenosato won the Spring Grand Sumo Tournament in dramatic fashion on Sunday.
 
Arrogate showed his class again as he came from dead last out of the stalls to win the Dubai World Cup by an impressive 2 1/4 lengths on Saturday.
 
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