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Anderson, Jadeja not guilty in Trent Bridge row, rules ICC

England's James Anderson and India's Ravindra Jadeja were both found not guilty on Friday of breaching the ICC's code of conduct, the global governing body announced in a statement.

$1 million for the 'toughest race on earth'

Mountain bikers tempted by the $1 million in prize money up for grabs in a new South African endurance race are given a warning before they sign up: 'This could change your life, or end it.'

Ishant Sharma ruled out of fourth Test against England

Fast bowler Ishant Sharma will miss the fourth Test against England at Old Trafford as he is still recuperating from an ankle injury, India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni said on Thursday.

Naman Ojha selected for the India Test team in England

Riding on stellar form, Madhya Pradesh wicketkeeper-batsman Naman Ojha has been selected for the Indian Test squad that is currently touring England for the five-match Investec Test.

Kallis is one of greatest all-rounders in cricket history: ICC

In a rich tribute to Jaques Kallis,ICC chief executive David Richardson on Thursday said the legendary South African all-rounder will be remembered for his consistency with both bat and ball in all formats of the game.

New Zealand moves to make match fixing a crime

New Zealand lawmakers have unanimously supported legislation which would make match fixing a criminal offense in time for next year's Cricket World Cup.

I need a hug, says Scolari on Gremio return

Luiz Felipe Scolari said he needed a hug and some affection as the former Brazil coach returned on Wednesday to his favourite club Gremio after an 18-year absence.

Kallis quits ODI cricket months before World Cup

South Africa's Jacques Kallis has surprisingly decided to call time on his international limited overs career six months before the World Cup. The 38-year-old allrounder retired from Test cricket last year.

Day 4: Buoyant England put India on the brink; end day at 112/4

Chasing an improbable target of 445 to win, India ended their day at 112 for 4 after England's spinners Moeen Ali and Joe Root snapped up 3 Indian wickets. England had declared after scoring 205 for 4.

Gerrard says last three months 'worst of my life'

Steven Gerrard says the slip that arguably ended Liverpool's title hopes and England being knocked out the World Cup in the group stages have contributed to what has been 'probably the worst three months of my life'.

Video: Sabine Lisicki fires fastest ever serve at a WTA event

German Sabine Lisicki fired the fastest serve ever recorded at a WTA event on Tuesday, unleashing a 210.8 kph (131 mph) bomb in her first round loss to Ana Ivanovic at the Stanford Classic.

Hughes put aside personal grief, makes Australia case with one-day 200

Australia batsman Phil Hughes, who put aside personal grief with a record unbeaten double century in an A match against South Africa on Tuesday, is happy to let his runs do the talking as he presses his case for an international recall.

Carlos Tevez's father kidnapped, then released

The lawyer for Carlos Tevez said the father of the Argentina and Juventus star was kidnapped on Tuesday, but was released eight hours later and appeared to be physically unharmed.

Too cute to play volleyball? Kazakh player becomes new internet sensation

It took just a few days for Sabina Altynbekova, an under-19 female volleyball player from Kazakhstan, to hit stardom. The sportswoman has pocketed more than 200,000 subscribers in her Instagram account in a short time.

England's Moeen Ali barred from wearing Gaza wristbands

England's Moeen Ali has been warned by world cricket chiefs not to wear wristbands declaring his support for the people of Gaza again during international matches.
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