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Cricket council adds more teams to 2014 Twenty20

The International Cricket Council has decided to expand the World Twenty20 tournament and four more berths to the upcoming 2014 edition.

Circuit chairperson defends Bahrain F1

Bahrain circuit chairperson Zayed Al Zayani has defended the Bahrain Grand Prix after extremists used social media to force the event's cancellation.

Bahrain adviser says F1 security plans in place

Security at the Bahrain Grand Prix will aim to be "low key and discreet" but will include contingency plans to deal with potential disruptions.

Alcohol sales at World Cup questioned

Qatar has not said if it will sell alcohol at stadiums during the 2022 World Cup, but an official says he didn't see a reason to sell it at matches.

Thompson comes out tops in Dubai Ladies’ Masters

Lexi Thompson pulled away from Lee-Anne Pace to win the Dubai Ladies' Masters -- she is the youngest professional winner on the Ladies' European Tour.

Pace set to come out tops in Dubai Ladies’ Masters

South African Lee-Anne Pace, with a third round 67, moved into a share of third place on eight under par, in the Dubai Ladies' Masters.

Donald finishes third at Dubai Championship

Luke Donald has become the first golfer to win both the American and European money titles, finishing third at the Dubai World Championship.

Blatter blue but unbattered by bribery brouhaha

Despite calls for a postponement and sponsors' concerns about football's image, Sepp Blatter won't budge on the timing of Fifa's presidential poll.

Racing cancelled at F1 circuit amid Bahrain unrest

The GP2 Asia Series race in Bahrain was cancelled on Thursday amid anti-government protests that have left four dead overnight.

Alonso, Webber lose out on F1 Championship

For Fernando Alonso and Mark Webber, their dreams of winning the Formula One Championship were lost in the pits.

ICC struggling to deal with corruption in cricket

The International Cricket Council (ICC) is under fire amid allegations Pakistan players were involved in "spot-fixing" in a Test against England.

Rich, poor nations divided over climate

Poor nations have made serious proposals to combat global warming at talks in Bangkok and it is time for wealthier countries to step forward.

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