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LONDON - Chelsea icon Frank Lampard scored for Manchester City to end his old club's perfect start to the Premier League season while Leicester City came from 3-1 down to beat Manchester United 5-3 on a remarkable day in the Premier League on Sunday.

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Injured Australia captain Clarke shaking up fitness regime

MELBOURNE - Injured Australia captain Michael Clarke will arrive in the United Arab Emirates five days ahead of the rest of the test squad as he races to be fit for the two-match series against Pakistan.

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All Blacks' Cruden misses plane after boozy night

WELLINGTON - Flyhalf Aaron Cruden has expressed his "embarrassment" at being dropped from the All Blacks lineup after he missed the team's flight to Argentina on Sunday following a drinking session.

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China shooters disqualified, reinstated, set world record

INCHEON South Korea - Asian Games judges overturned their decision to disqualify China from the women's 10 metre air rifle team event at the Asian Games on Monday, giving Zhang Binbin, Yi Shiling and Wu Liuxi the gold medal and confirming their world record.

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DISQ fitness fans look like action figures, train like multitaskers

NEW YORK - Some cutting–edge fans of cardiovascular fitness are going a bit bionic as they strap on belts, step into stirrups and grab hand loops on the DISQ, a recently-arrived wearable contraption of adjustable resistance cords.

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Nonplussed Lampard rewrites his Chelsea story with City goal

LONDON - Jose Mourinho declared the love story was over and a bemused Frank Lampard said he was lost for words after the former Chelsea midfielder came on as a substitute for Manchester City and scored against the club he had called his own for 13 years.

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Cilic wins U.S. Open

Croatia's Marin Cilic swept past Japan's Kei Nishikori 6-3 6-3 6-3 to win the U.S. Open.


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World number one Serena Williams swept past Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark 6-3 6-3 in the U.S. Open final.

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