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Cahal Milmo is the chief reporter of The Independent and has been with the paper since 2000.
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A once-prominent swimming coach who trained thousands of children was sentenced to seven years in prison Thursday for sexually abusing one of the girls he instructed.
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The Arena Football League is taking expansion to a global level with plans to export their 50-yard fields and high-scoring offenses to Asia.
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Uefa could impose partial stadium closures and 10-match bans for racism in European football after agreeing to toughen sanctions.
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A look at 10 of the top topics at the French Open, the clay-court Grand Slam tennis tournament that begins Sunday and ends June 9: Rafael Nadal already owns a record seven French Open titles - he broke a tie with Bjorn Borg by winning last year - and is widely considered the favorite to add No.
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Oscar Pistorius and Caster Semenya were left off a list of athletes to be given funding ahead of the 2016 Rio Games because neither is currently training or competing, the South African Olympic Committee said Thursday.
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OLYMPIC double trap champion Peter Wilson believes that taking up shooting can make youngsters better people and has challenged any sceptics to give the sport a go before passing judgement.
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Wu told a packed news conference in Taipei on Thursday that he is declaring his candidacy to succeed Jacques Rogge to "positively impact society." "The thought and concept to develop the IOC and Olympic movement ... is the core principle of my candidature," he said.
BERLIN: The Court of Arbitration for Sport have rejected Japanese hammer thrower Koji Murofushi's appeal against the blocking of his election to the International Olympic Committee's Athletes Commission, CAS said on Wednesday.
In this Aug. 4, 2012, photo, U.S. coach Mike Krzyzewski talks with LeBron James during a game against Lithuania at the Summer Olympics in London.
The first question after the slaying of a British soldier on a busy street in London on Wednesday was also the first one after the Boston Marathon bombing, the Atlanta Olympics bombing and many other such incidents: Was it terrorism? In London, the facts seem to suggest the answer is almost surely yes.
Artillery Place road is closed in Woolwich southeast London near the scene where British officials said one person has died and at least two people have been wounded in an attack on Wednesday May 22, 2013.
Hercules Wimbledon AC sprinter Dwayne Cowan made an impressive debut over 400m when he stormed to victory in a Southern Men's League match at Horsham on Saturday.
In Beijing and London, U.S. Olympian Cullen Jones was fierce in the water, bringing home gold and silver and setting a world record along the way.
One person has died and at least two people were wounded in a violent attack near a military training barracks in London, British officials said Wednesday, as Prime Minister David Cameron called an emergency meeting in response.
Great run: Asif Rahman Jiyaudeen of Selangor rejoices after winning the boys' Under-15 1,500m event in the MSSM meet at the Darul Makmur Stadium in Kuantan Tuesday.
The pair earned two sets of perfect scores Monday night and another on Tuesday. Judges' scores combined with viewer votes determine the winner.