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US teenager Michael Andrew and Jesse Puts of the Netherlands were upset winners on Friday at the Short Course World Swimming Championships in Windsor, Canada.
 
Russian doping 'hijacked' sport: WADA
Russia hijacked international sport by using more than 1,000 athletes in an "institutional conspiracy" to win medals at the Sochi and London Olympics and other global events, a top investigator said Friday.
 
Chad Le Clos breaks 100-meter butterfly world record
Chad Le Clos, rebounding from what he considered a disappointing Rio Olympics, won his second gold of the Short Course Swimming World Championships on Thursday with a world record-setting victory in the 100-meter butterfly.
 
Japanese sailor Kojiro Shiraishi quit the non-stop round the world Vendee Globe on Sunday after powerful winds dismasted his Spirit of Yukoh vessel.
 
Smith's record century helps Australia to 68-run win vs NZ
Steve Smith posted the highest score in a limited-overs international at the Sydney Cricket Ground and then took a stunning catch to help Australia to a 68-run win Sunday in the series-opener against New Zealand.
 
Kjetil Jansrud wins first World Cup downhill of season
Kjetil Jansrud of Norway won the season's first World Cup downhill on Saturday, a day after his victory in super-G.
 
Lewis Hamilton shrugged off speculation about his Mercedes future by taking part in testing on Tuesday -- only to quit early because he felt unwell, reports said.
 
Formula One: Rosberg defends 'understandable' Hamilton tactics
Crowned Formula One world champion Nico Rosberg on Tuesday downplayed Mercedes teammate and archrival Lewis Hamilton's tactics to foil his chances at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, saying the issue doesn't warrant much discussion.
 
Taiwan's Tai Tzu-ying wins HK Open to clinch world No. 1 spot
Twenty-two-year-old Taiwanese player Tai Tzu-ying (戴資穎) won the women's singles title at the Hong Kong Open Badminton Championships on Sunday, catapulting her to the world No. 1 spot.
 
Skating around the issue
In this Oct. 29 file photo, Canada's Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir perform in the ice dance free skate during the Skate Canada figure skating event in Mississauga, Ontario.
 
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