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New Zealand openers survive after review controversy

ADELAIDE New Zealand's openers survived to the dinner-break on day two of the third test on Saturday but the tourists were left fuming after a controversial review decision allowed Australia to overtake New Zealand's first innings total.

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Murray rises above the din as tempers fray

GHENT, Belgium Andy Murray revelled in the football-like atmosphere of the Davis Cup final on Friday, after pulling Britain level at 1-1 despite picking up a penalty point for an obscenity.

27 Nov 2015

Cerebral Ashwin spins his way to the top

NEW DELHI If Ravichandran Ashwin is being hailed as the best spinner in contemporary cricket, the 29-year-old lanky Indian owes it as much to those long fingers as to an ever-ticking brain.

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Australia's Campbell sets 100m freestyle short-course record

SYDNEY Cate Campbell set a world record for the 100 metres freestyle at the Australian short-course swimming championships on Saturday in a race where she eventually finished last.

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England win by three runs, claim T20 series v Pakistan

DUBAI England survived a late blitz from Shahid Afridi to secure a three-run victory in the second Twenty20 international against Pakistan in Dubai on Friday to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.

27 Nov 2015

Marathon great Radcliffe cleared by IAAF of doping claims

LONDON Paula Radcliffe, world marathon record holder and one of Britain's most popular athletes, has been cleared by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) of any allegation of doping.

UK 27 Nov 2015

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