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Cook and Bell dig in but New Zealand in charge

LONDON - Alastair Cook and Ian Bell survived a torrid final session to guide England to 74 for two on the third day of the first test against New Zealand on Saturday but the hosts still face a tough task to save the match.

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Hamilton takes his first Monaco F1 pole

MONACO - Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton took the first Monaco Grand Prix pole position of his career on Saturday as Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg blew his own hopes of a qualifying hat-trick.

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Atletico, Valencia secure Champions League spots

MADRID - Atletico Madrid secured a berth in the Champions League group stage for next season and Deportivo La Coruna narrowly escaped relegation when they came from two goals down to draw 2-2 at champions Barcelona on the final day in La Liga on Saturday.

23 May 2015

There will never be another Xavi, Luis Enrique says

BARCELONA - There will never be another player like Xavi and Barcelona will have to adapt accordingly now he is leaving, coach Luis Enrique said after the midfielder's final La Liga game for the club on Saturday.

23 May 2015

Odegaard becomes Real's youngest La Liga debutant at 16

MADRID - Teenage Norway midfielder Martin Odegaard became Real Madrid's youngest La Liga debutant at the age of 16 when he came on as a substitute in the 58th minute of Saturday's final game of the season at home to Getafe.

23 May 2015

Magnussen to have shoulder surgery, out of worlds

SYDNEY - Double world champion James Magnussen has been ruled out of defending his 100 metres freestyle title in Kazan with a shoulder injury, Swimming Australia has said.

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Tens of thousands of runners brave cold rain for the 119th running of the Boston Marathon.


Spieth wins Masters

Young gun Jordan Spieth adds his name to golf's record books with a stunning wire-to-wire victory by four shots.

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