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    Honduras qualify for 2014 World Cup

    Honduras has made the third team of CONCACAF qualifying for the United States and Costa Rica to jump to the Football World Cup 2014 in Brazil.

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    Rally Bear Dances Dodgers to Success

    One of only four teams lacking an official mascot, the Los Angeles Dodgers and fans were treated to a rare appearance by an illegal rally bear during Monday night’s game against the St Louis Cardinals.

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  • Agger plans to honour Liverpool contract

    Agger plans to honour Liverpool contract

    Liverpool defender Daniel Agger plans to honour his contract despite interest from Barcelona.

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  • Suresh Raina can be a number four in ODI side: Dhoni

    Suresh Raina can be a number four in ODI side: Dhoni

    Even as the Indian captain MS Dhoni tried to analyse India’s heavy defeat to Australia in the opening ODI of the series, he revealed that the home team were committed to continuing the experiment of using Suresh Raina as their No 4 batsman, with one eye of their strategy for the 2015 World Cup.

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  • De Bruyne open to loan move to Wolfsburg: Agent

    De Bruyne open to loan move to Wolfsburg: Agent

    Chelsea creative attacking midfield maestro Kevin De Bruyne is open to moving back to German side Wolfsburg according to his agent.

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  • Belgium, Germany, Switzerland qualify for 2014 World Cup

    Belgium, Germany, Switzerland qualify for 2014 World Cup

    Belgium, Germany and Switzerland confirmed their participation in the 2014 FIFA World Cup to be held in Brazil, after the European qualifying rounds on Friday night.

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  • Tributes for Tendulkar, Wankhede possible venue

    Tributes for Tendulkar, Wankhede possible venue

    So, the announcement has finally been made.

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  • Sachin Tendulkar announces retirement from cricket

    Sachin Tendulkar announces retirement from cricket

    Sachin Tendulkar will retire from all forms of cricket next month after he plays in his 200th Test match against the West Indies.

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  • Can Australia regain ODI no. 1 spot?

    Can Australia regain ODI no. 1 spot?

    Australia may be hoping for a third successive ODI series victory in India, but never have they arrived on the sub-continent with such an in-experienced team.

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  • Yuvraj Singh makes India comeback

    Yuvraj Singh makes India comeback

    Yuvraj Singh has earned a recall to India’s limited overs squad for the forthcoming Twenty20 match and the first three ODIs of the home series against Australia.

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  • Lalit Modi expelled by BCCI

    Lalit Modi expelled by BCCI

    The last few weeks, has seen Lalit Modi, the former chairman of the Indian Premier League (IPL) issue a series of legal proceedings to attempt to stay the BCCI’s special General Meeting (SGM).

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  • Mumbai Indians to go without Lasith Malinga

    Mumbai Indians to go without Lasith Malinga

    Mumbai Indians have always been regarded as one of the real powerhouses of the Indian Premier League (IPL), and yet they have also been the great under-achievers of that competition.

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  • Blow to BCCI as Airtel decides to end sponsorship

    Blow to BCCI as Airtel decides to end sponsorship

    Bharti Airtel, the telecommunication company, has announced that it will not be renewing its title sponsorship with the BCCI.

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  • Faisalabad Wolves could miss Champions League t20 2013

    Faisalabad Wolves could miss Champions League t20 2013

    Online reports suggest that Pakistani team Faisalabad Wolves will not be participating in the Champions League t20 this year after the Indian government refused to provide visas to the Wolves team players.

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    You Don't Have to Be Athletic to Participate in Professional Sports

    So, you want a career in sports but can’t throw a ball, sink a basket or make a tackle to save your life.

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