John OBrien

Vettel wins grand Malaysian Grand Prix

Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel has stormed to victory in the Malaysian Grand Prix, leading a Red Bull one-two ahead of team mate Mark Webber.

Chelsea’s Hazard apologises for kicking ballboy

Eden Hazard has apologised for kicking a ballboy who was preventing him from retrieving the ball in the League Cup semifinal against Swansea City.

Vettel storms to Singapore win, title on ice

Sebastian Vettel held off a charging Jenson Button to win the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday.

Faultless Vettel eases to Malaysian win

Sebastian Vettel powered to victory in the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday, the German registering his second pole-to-flag win in as many races.

Vettel streets ahead in final Singapore practice

Sebastian Vettel set the pace at the Singapore Grand Prix on Saturday with the German Red Bull driver topping the final practice timesheets.

Vettel third time lucky for Red Bull

Sebastian Vettel stormed to victory at the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday, leading home a Red Bull one-two ahead of Mark Webber.

Hamilton basks in glory of Singapore redemption

Lewis Hamilton prepared to party the night away on Sunday after an accomplished Singapore Grand Prix victory.

Singh targets first victory on US PGA Tour

Jeev Milkha Singh has set his sights on becoming the first Indian to win a US PGA Tour event after ending his most successful campaign.

Massa puts Ferrari on pole in Malaysia

Brazilian Felipe Massa secured pole position for the Malaysian Grand Prix on an all-Ferrari front row on Saturday. Driving in hot and humid conditions under heavy cloud cover, Massa was joined at the head of the field by Formula One world champion team mate Kimi Raikkonen, who lapped 0,482 seconds slower than the pole sitter's time of 1,35.748.

Els suffers second-round meltdown in Singapore

Ernie Els's miserable week continued with a second-round collapse at the Singapore Open on Friday, the South African's 76 leaving him six-over for the tournament and likely to miss the cut. The world number four lost in a play-off to Australia's Adam Scott here last year and came into the -million event as one of the favourites.

Scott finds focus to ensure repeat success

Australia's Adam Scott believes the narrow fairways and deep rough at the Sentosa Golf Club's par-71 Serapong Course helped him maintain focus on his way to a successful Singapore Open title defence on Sunday. The world number six birdied the 18th to defeat South Africa's Ernie Els in a three-hole playoff and register a first victory since his triumph here 12 months ago.

Els ahead before lightning threat suspends play

South Africa's Ernie Els moved into a one-shot lead early in the Singapore Open third round before play was suspended due to the threat of lightning on Saturday. Els was even par for his round and six under for the tournament, just ahead of two Australians, defending champion Adam Scott and overnight co-leader Scott Strange.

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