01 October 2014

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Cycling: Wiggins feels Martin there for taking

PONFERRADA, Spain  Olympic champion Bradley Wiggins is confident he can dethrone reigning three-time titlist Tony Martin when the world championship timetrial takes place in Ponferrada on Wednesday.Twice in the last three years, Wiggins has finished runner-up to Martin at the world timetrial event, with those defeats coming either side of the Briton s victory over the German at his home Games in London.And having been chastened by the time gap Martin put into him last year,

Chennai Super Kings to good for Dolphins

Chennai Super Kings to good for DolphinsBANGALORE: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) defeated Dolphins by 54 runs in match 8 of Oppo Champions League Twenty 20 (CLT20) on Monday at Bangalore.Dolphins chasing a huge total could only manage188 runs in 20 overs. Cody Chetly scored 37 runs while Cameron Delport scored 34 runs.Mohit Sharma picked up 4 wickets for Chennai Super Kings.Earlier, CSK batting first posted a humongous total of 242 runs losing 6 wickets against African side Dolphins, thanks to brilliant knock of 90 off just 43 balls by

Cricket: Qualifiers tour Australia in World Cup warm-up

SYDNEY: The four qualifiers for the ICC Cricket World Cup — Afghanistan, Scotland, Ireland and the UAE — are all in Australia this week in preparation for next year’s tournament.Afghanistan, who have never played in Australia, have two matches against Western Australia that begin on Monday before travelling to Canberra for another game later this week.The 20-man Afghan squad was greeted in Perth over the weekend with a picnic in Kings Park put on by the local Afghan community before having a recovery

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