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West Indies book final with Australia after Proteas collapse

Australia will face West Indies in an ODI tri-series final after South Africa meekly surrendered to the hosts by 100 runs in Barbados. In...

The MLB prospect chasing a T20 dream: ‘I’m going all in with cricket’

As far as cultural adjustments go, the traffic jams in Bangalore grabbed the attention of Boomer Collins. Born in the open spaces of Dallas,...

Dr WG Grace on cricket – archive

DR. W. G. GRACE has already written two books on cricket, and now Messrs. NEWNES has published a third. It is quite small and...

Sports Direct pledges £10m towards staff pay rise

Sports Direct has bowed to criticism of its working conditions by pledging £10m towards a staff pay rise. Still, Britain’s largest trade union dismissed...

Sports Direct clarifies earnings after ‘profit warning’ sinks shares

Sports Direct has been forced to clarify its profit expectations for the year after its founder, Mike Ashley, admitted in a newspaper interview that...

Saudi Arabia to allow girls to play sport at private schools

Saudi Arabian girls will be allowed to play the sport in private schools for the first time in the latest in a series of...

Sky Sports weekly pass is latest weapon in the battle for budget viewers

BSkyB’s decision to further loosen access to its Sky Sports channels with a £ 10.99-week pass is the latest move to bolster its “pay...

The Joy of Six: sports video games we wish would make a comeback

1) NCAA Football (EA Sports) For football nerds, it was a new Star Wars sequel every July. You cleared your datebook for the day it...

Olympic legacy failure: sports participation figures

London Olympics 2012 promised to leave the legacy of an inspired generation engaged in sport. So, three years on, how is it looking? Numbers released on...

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Trains, buses and automobiles

Londoners have a tempestuous relationship with transport, and Ken Livingstone will be an outlet for their anger or gratitude come May 1. Whatever you...

The Automobile Club of Egypt by Alaa al-Aswany review – a country on the brink of violent change

In the days before Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was ousted in February 2011, Alaa al-Aswany, dentist, novelist, and founder member of the democratic movement...

5 Places to Visit that will make you fall in love with Utah

Utah is the apple-of-the-eye of outdoor freaks, with more than 80% of the state set aside for public use. This means lots and lots...