Red Bull’s Max Verstappen took a dominant victory in the Malaysian Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton extended his championship lead with second place. Hamilton’s title rival Sebastian Vettel recovered impressively from the back of the grid in his Ferrari after engine problems in qualifying to finish fourth and minimise the damage to his title hopes.
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Toss Australia chose to bat v IndiaLive scorecard and ball-by-ball details With both sides grappling with middle-order issues, the trend of protecting the batsmen from crunch situations continued as Australia decided to bat again, though limited-overs cricket has become chase-friendly. Apart from a game involving Canada, teams chasing had won five out of the six
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Los Angeles Lakers rookie point guard Lonzo Ball made a splash this spring when he debuted his signature Big Baller Brand sneaker at an unprecedented $495 price point. He continued to cause a stir at the Las Vegas Summer League when, after playing the first two games in his BBB sneakers, he switched footwear on
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Moonshine Memories is bound for the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies at Del Mar on Nov. 4 as the unbeaten winner of two Grade 1 races, the most recent being Saturday’s $301,035 Chandelier Stakes at Santa Anita. The win gave Moonshine Memories a fees-paid berth to the BC Juvenile Fillies, through the Breeders’ Cup’s Win and
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LAS VEGAS — Ben Rhodes earned his first career Truck Series victory by holding off Christopher Bell on Saturday night at Las Vegas. Rhodes earned an automatic berth into the second round of the playoffs with the win. Bell was the winner a week ago at New Hampshire. Rhodes was the winner of the second
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ARCADIA, Calif. — As good as Bolt d’Oro was at Del Mar, he was even better on Saturday at Santa Anita in his first start around two turns, as he clobbered his rivals in the Grade 1, $301,380 FrontRunner Stakes to remain unbeaten after three starts and head to the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile on Nov.
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Harlequins director of rugby John Kingston robustly defended Kyle Sinckler against a claim of gouging and then accused Northampton of foul play themselves after hooker Dave Ward was left with a gruesome black eye. Kingston stated that “unequivocally it was not a gouge” after lock Michael Paterson told referee Luke Pearce that England prop Sinckler
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