26 January 2015

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Carlo Janka wins World Cup super-combined event

WENGEN, Switzerland:  Carlo Janka ended a four-year winless drought with victory in a World Cup super-combined event on Friday in front of his home Swiss crowd.The former Olympic, world and overall World Cup champion easily defended his first-run downhill lead in the afternoon slalom to beat Victor Muffat-Jeandat of France by 1.31 seconds.Janka punched the air with his raised right fist on crossing the finish line a rare show of delight for a skier noted for keeping his emotions in check.Ivica Kostelic of Croatia

Sangakkara signs for Surrey

Sangakkara signs for Surrey LONDON: Sri Lanka great Kumar Sangakkara is to join Surrey, the English county announced Friday.Sangakkara is currently ranked as the world's number one Test batsman and is one of the most prolific scorers in the history of the five-day game with 12,203 runs to his credit.The 37-year-old left-hander is set to rejoin former Sri Lanka coach Graham Ford, now in charge of Surrey. Sangakkara has signed a two-year contract and should be available for most of the 2015 English

Warner hammers hundred to see Aussies home

Warner hammers hundred to see Aussies homeSydney: Australian opener David Warner led his team to an emphatic three-wicket win over England in the opening one-day international of the triangular series at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday.The powerful left-hander´s commanding century cancelled out a long overdue ton by new England skipper Eoin Morgan to help the Australians earn a bonus point for reaching the target inside 40 overs.Morgan´s lone hand of 121 off 136 balls with 11 fours and three sixes enabled

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