Nick Mulvenney

Steyn: There are better bowlers than me

Dale Steyn believes there are better bowlers in world cricket, and it's simply his durability and consistency that have enabled him to rise above.

Algerian athlete thrown out of Olympics

Algerian 1 500m medal contender Taoufik Makhloufi has been tossed out of the Olympics after not trying to complete his 800m heat.

Crusaders end Stormers’ perfect start

The Crusaders brought an end to the Stormers perfect record, the only one in Super Rugby this year, with a 31-24 victory on Saturday.

Waratahs storm back to overcome Sharks

New South Wales Waratahs put their season firmly back on track by coming from behind to beat a tiring Sharks side 34-30.

Poor form gets Ponting booted from Oz’s ODI side

Ricky Ponting's one-day career appears to be over after he was dropped from the Australia team because of poor form.

Chalmers beats Woods to Australian title

Local-born Greg Chalmers shot a three-under-par 69 to win his second Australian Open by one stroke on Sunday.

Sparkling Woods back on top in Sydney

Tiger Woods sparkled in Sydney's morning sunshine to take a one-shot clubhouse lead in the second round of the Australian Open.

All Blacks lead race for world’s top rugby player of 2011

Three All Black players make up half the list of nominees for 2011's rugby world player of the year award, making this contest one of the closest yet.

All Blacks beat Australia in World Cup semifinal

Hosts New Zealand stormed into the World Cup final by overpowering Australia 20-6 in a brutally efficient display of power rugby on Sunday.

Pocock ready to steal limelight from McCaw

Wallaby David Pocock says the battle against Richie McCaw and the All Black backrow could be the dealbreaker in the weekend's World Cup semifinal.

All Blacks overcome Pumas to reach semis

New Zealand eased into the World Cup semi-finals with a sometimes nervous but ultimately comfortable 33-10 victory over a dogged Argentina.

France find their mojo to rout England

A rejuvenated France ran up a 16-point lead in the first half and held on to beat an error-prone England 19-12 at Eden Park on Saturday.

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