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Ferrari president reminds Alonso to be a team player

Ferrari's Luca Di Montezemolo has rebuked the team's driver Fernando Alonso over remarks he made following Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix.

I’m a clean athlete, says Usain Bolt

Usain Bolt has insisted he is "clean" and that fans could trust him despite recent failed drugs test by sprint rivals Asafa Powell and Tyson Gay.

Bryan Habana excited to join Toulon

Toulon's new headline recruit, winger Bryan Habana, says he is excited about joining the European champions on a two-year deal.

Arthur confident of a resolution with Cricket Australia

Mickey Arthur has failed to reach a settlement with Cricket Australia over his abrupt sacking but is confident a resolution will be found.

Armstrong hits back at federal lawsuit

Disgraced US cyclist Lance Armstrong says that his former team overlooked allegations of doping because of a lucrative sponsorship deal.

New coach Martino a tactically shrewd choice for Barca

The appointment of Gerardo "Tata" Martino as Barcelona coach is slightly at odds with the Catalan giants' recent run of managerial appointments.

Phil Mickelson lands British Open win

Phil Mickelson has won the British Open for the first time at Muirfield - one month after his heartbreak at the US Open.

Le Clos carries SA’s gold hopes

Olympic golden boy Chad le Clos will carry SA's medal hope at swimming's world championships after the country's swim team solved its cash concerns.

Defeated Australia’s Ashes hopes swept away

Australia's thrashing in the second Ashes Test by England has sealed the nation's worst losing streak in 30 years.

Taliban letter accuses Malala of smear campaign

The Taliban has in an open letter accused teenage rights activist Malala Yousafzai of launching a smear campaign against it.

Man United’s Rooney ‘angry’ over back-up comments

Wayne Rooney is fuming with his Manchester United bosses over comments suggesting he would be back-up to Robin van Persie this season, say reports.

School lunch leaves eight dead, 80 hospitalised in India

Eight children have died and 80 others hospitalised after eating lunch served at their school in eastern India, say officials.

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