20 December 2014

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Formula One: Ecclestone returns to F1 board

PARIS, Dec 19, 2014  Formula One s commercial ringmaster Bernie Ecclestone has rejoined the board of the Formula One group which runs the sport after stepping down to fight his bribery case in Germany.The 84-year-old F1 supremo s reappointment was confirmed by F1 s official Twitter account on Friday.Ecclestone, who has run Formula One since 1978, was joined on the board - as non-executive directors - by former Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo and Paul Walsh, former CEO of drinks giant

Cricket: Hazlewood, Haddin star as India all out for 408

BRISBANE: – Debutant Josh Hazlewood captured five wickets and Brad Haddin equalled a wicketkeeping record as Australia dismissed India for 408 in the second Test in Brisbane on Thursday.Paceman Hazlewood led the way with three scalps on the second morning as the Australians bounced back after Wednesday’s horror day in the field in sweltering conditions.Haddin equalled the Australian record of six dismissals in an innings held by Wally Grout, Ian Healy and

Smith, Johnson make sure day belongs to Australia

Smith, Johnson make sure day belongs to AustraliaBRISBANE: India were fighting back after Australia gained a 97-run innings lead on the back of another century from new skipper Steve Smith and a wagging tail in the second Gabba Test on Friday.The tourists had cut the deficit back to 26 runs by the close on the third day at 71 for one with Shikhar Dhawan on 26 and Cheteshwar Pujara not out at 15.The day belonged to the Australians, trailing by 187 runs at the start but piling on 258 runs for the last four wickets with Smith

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