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Rudisha back on top of the world, Dibaba dominant

rudishaBEIJING-- David Rudisha strained every sinew to win gold, Genzebe Dibaba dominated in the way the Kenyan once did and Usain Bolt's second sprint showdown with Justin Gatlin moved a step closer at the world athletics championships on Tuesday.

While Rudisha's 800 metres victory was not a patch on the brilliant run that won him gold in a world record time at the London Olympics, there was a...

Five-star Spain as Valencia make Champions League history

valenciaSPAIN-- Spain became the first couuntry to have five teams in the Champions League group stage in one season after...

Fraser-Pryce caps day of dominance as Schippers sets Dutch 100m record

boltBEIJING-- Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce proved once again that Usain Bolt is not the only Jamaican who can monopolise...

Sagan sprints to Vuelta win as Chaves retains lead

cycleMADRID-- Colombian Esteban Chaves retained the leader's red jersey and Briton Chris Froome made smooth progress as...

Teenager Ghebreselassie wins marathon world title

marathonBEIJING--Eritrean teenager Ghirmay Ghebreselassie became the youngest ever marathon world champion when he stunned a...

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