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Watney holds off Tiger to win in Malaysia

Nick Watney shot an electrifying 61 to win Malaysia's CIMB Classic and hold off charges by Tiger Woods and defending champion Bo Van Pelt on Sunday.

Hamilton: Dad’s words stopped me quitting F1

Formula One star Lewis Hamilton has revealed how his father's advice to "never give up" stopped him from quitting during the dark days in his career.

Schwartzel, Oosthuizen make positive Masters starts

Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel have eased into the Malaysian Masters on a high, despite Ooshuizen's Masters loss to Bubba Watson.

Ferrari’s Alonso storms to victory in Malaysia rain

Ferrari's Fernando Alonso has claimed his first victory in eight months in thrilling style at the rain-interrupted Malaysian Grand Prix.

Djokovic, Murray on top form at Australia Open

Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray hit top gear on Thursday as Petra Kvitova was the only top seed to encounter difficulties at the Australian Open.

Djokovic begins triple title quest

Novak Djokovic has begun his quest for a third straight Major title at the Australian Open, beating Paolo Lorenzi 6-2, 6-0, 6-0.

Blatter takes a swipe at banned Asian football chief

Sepp Blatter has taken a barely concealed swipe at banned Asian football chief Mohamed bin Hammam in a fiery performance at the region's awards night.

Fernandez-Castano wins Singapore Open play-off

Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano has won the Singapore Open play-off, leaving the likes of Phil Mickelson, Retief Goosen and Louis Oosthuizen in his wake.

Thorpedo gets first-swim jitters out of the way

Ian Thorpe has said he was glad he made a successful return to international swimming in Singapore after a five-year retirement period.

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