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Atthaya leads Korda by one at weather-hit Chevron Championship

Thailand's Atthaya Thitikul was clinging to a one-stroke lead over history-chasing Nelly Korda when thunderstorms halted play in the LPGA Chevron Championship in Texas on Saturday. Overnight co-leader Atthaya had three birdies in her first 11 holes and had the solo lead at 11-under through 12 when storms halted play.


Krack: Stroll F1 penalty "very harsh" after China "chain reaction"

Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack felt it was "very harsh" for Lance Stroll to be penalised for contact with Daniel Ricciardo in Formula 1's Chinese Grand Prix.


Soccer-Late Silva goal earns Man City 1-0 FA Cup semi-final win over Chelsea

By Clare Lovell LONDON (Reuters) -Holders Manchester City beat Chelsea 1-0 with a late Bernardo Silva goal on Saturday to reach the FA Cup final after an absorbing end-to-end Wembley semi-final. Silva sidefooted the ball home in the 84th minute after Chelsea goalkeeper Djordje Petrovic parried a shot from former Blues midfielder Kevin De Bruyne. City will meet Manchester United or second-tier


Soccer-Arsenal go top of Premier League with dour 2-0 win over Wolves

WOLVERHAMPTON, England (Reuters) -Goals from Leandro Trossard and Martin Odegaard gave Arsenal a gritty 2-0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers that sent them back to the top of the Premier League table on Saturday after a game that is unlikely to live long in the memory. Arsenal lead on 74 points, one point ahead of Manchester City, who have a game in hand having beaten Chelsea 1-0 earlier on


WEC Imola: Toyota beats Porsche to win rain-impacted thriller

Toyota took its first World Endurance Championship victory of the season over Porsche at Imola, after choosing the correct tyres in a mid-race rain shower that caught out Ferrari.


Krack: Stroll penalty "very harsh" after F1 China "chain reaction"

Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack felt it was "very harsh" for Lance Stroll to be penalised for contact with Daniel Ricciardo in Formula 1s Chinese Grand Prix.


Soccer-Lyon storm back to beat PSG 3-2 in Women's Champions League semi-final first leg

(Reuters) - Olympique Lyonnais pulled off a stunning late comeback to snatch a 3-2 win at home to Paris St Germain in their all-French UEFA Women's Champions League semi-final first leg on Saturday, with all three Lyon goals coming in the last 10 minutes. Lyon, whose eight Champions League titles makes them the most successful club in the competition's history, started well and exerted plenty of


Brothers In Arms: The Relationship That Spurred Maurice Abevi To MMA Success

ONE Championship lightweight Maurice Abevi and his twin brother Jonas were survived an attack on the streets of Zurich, leading them to learn MMA.


Alonso: Aston Martin F1 should not apologise for being “too fast” in qualifying

Fernando Alonso says Aston Martin has nothing to apologise for in being “too fast” in qualifying, as he expects Formula 1 rivals to again surge past him in the race.


Exclusive: F1 to discuss new points structure

Formula 1 is to discuss a new points structure next week, Autosport can reveal, which could trigger a revamp for as early as the 2025 season.


Hamilton "never had so much understeer in my life" in F1 Chinese GP

Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton says he "never had so much understeer in my life" as at the Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix.


Asian Tour: Catlin completes dominant Saudi Open win to become first player to go back to back in 5 years

American John Catlin cards final round 66 to finish tournament on 24 under, seven shots clear of field Australian Wade Ormsby finishes alone in second, with Peter Uihlein, Kiradech Aphibarnrat tied for third at Riyadh Golf Club John Catlin made some more Asian Tour history on Saturday, becoming the first player to win back-to-back events in five ye...


Russell: Hamilton F1 sprint podium doesn’t disguise progress Mercedes still needs

George Russell feels Mercedes still has a “lot of work to do” despite Lewis Hamilton grabbing its first podium of the season in Formula 1’s China sprint.


A tap on the shoulder increases odds of netting a shot, study shows

Researchers at the University of Basel in Switzerland have discovered a friendly tap on the shoulder increases the odds of netting a stressful shot in basketball.


Everton 2-0 Nottingham Forest: Match Report & Instant Reaction | Huge win at Goodison

The win gives the Toffees a five point buffer over the chasing pack.


IndyCar Long Beach: Rosenqvist gives MSR first-ever series pole

Felix Rosenqvist continued his impressive early form to start the season with a strong surge to take pole for Sunday’s Grand Prix of Long Beach.


Stroll explains why F1 China penalty for Ricciardo contact felt like "a joke"

Aston Martin driver Lance Stroll has explained why he thought his penalty for tagging Daniel Ricciardo behind the safety car in Formula 1's Chinese Grand Prix was "a joke".


IMSA Long Beach: Cadillac scores 1-2 in action-packed sprint race

Cadillac’s Sebastien Bourdais and Renger van der Zande won a wild third round of the IMSA SportsCar Championship on the streets of Long Beach, which was punctuated by crashes.


The unusual extra motivational bet that capped Neuville’s WRC Croatia display

Thierry Neuville capped off a stunning display to fend off Elfyn Evans to lead the Croatia Rally by winning an unusual motivational bet over a Porsche, set by his World Rally Championship co-driver.


Alonso explains mid-race soft tyre strategy in F1 Chinese GP

Fernando Alonso had to switch to soft tyres midway through the Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix because he had no hards remaining, having used his allocation over the sprint weekend.


WRC Croatia: Ogier takes shock lead as Neuville, Evans crash

Sebastien Ogier now leads the Croatia Rally after Thierry Neuville and Elfyn Evans crashed on stage 18, as the fourth round of the World Rally Championship took a dramatic twist.


Ranked: The 10 F1 teams at the 2024 Chinese GP

Just as it looked like Ferrari was beginning to tighten its stranglehold on the lesser Formula 1 title of "best of the rest", McLaren and Lando Norris surprised in China.


Kilmarnock loanee earns praise from Clyde captain for assist with first touch in Stenhousemuir draw

Kian Leslie crossed for Barry Cuddihy to head home a vital equaliser in Clyde's SPFL survival battle


Barcelona loanee Dest hit by ‘serious’ injury setback

The full-back is out for an ‘extended period’


Airdrie Scottish Cup centenary celebrated, with Sir Alex Ferguson dinner looming

The Lanarkshire club have marked the anniversary of their only major trophy win


Manchester United star celebrates new contract by ensuring Spurs' unwanted record remains in tact

MANCHESTER UNITED 2-2 TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR: Maya Le Tissier's injury-time header denied Spurs a first-ever victory over United in the clubs' FA Cup final dress rehearsal


Fighter Ben Godfrey drawing on special inspiration to help Everton in relegation battle

The Everton defender suffered a broken leg and damaged ankle ligaments against Chelsea on the opening day of last season and it’s been a struggle to get back in the groove


Man Utd creep past Coventry on penalties as epic FA Cup comeback just falls short - 5 talking points

COVENTRY 3-3 MANCHESTER UNITED: Erik ten Hag's side win as Coventry succumb 4-2 on penalties after a remarkable comeback from 3-0 down by Championship side at Wembley


Jadon Sancho situation has come to represent Erik ten Hag's messy Man Utd tenure

"If United try to sell Sancho this summer, they are certainly not getting back the £73million they paid for him. They would be mightily fortunate to get half of that amount."


Norris reveals bet about finishing 35 seconds behind Ferrari in F1 Chinese GP

Lando Norris revealed he bet with his McLaren race engineer that he'd finish 35 seconds behind the Ferraris in Formula 1's Chinese Grand Prix.


Leclerc: "Strange" Ferrari struggled on hard tyres in F1 Chinese GP

Charles Leclerc was left bemused by Ferrari’s poor pace on the hard tyres in the Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix as he failed to join the podium fight.


Soccer-Man City thrash West Ham to go top of Women's Super League

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Two goals in the opening four minutes set Manchester City up for a 5-0 thrashing of West Ham United that sent them back to the top of the Women's Super League on Sunday, with top scorer Khadija Shaw netting twice to take her season tally to 21. With three league games left to play, City top the standings on 49 points, three ahead of Chelsea who have a game in hand,


Porsche and Toyota believe Ferrari "out of reach" for WEC Imola race

Porsche and Toyota are pessimistic about taking the fight to Ferrari in Sunday’s Imola round of the World Endurance Championship.


F1 Chinese GP: Verstappen dominates as Norris splits the Red Bulls

Max Verstappen streaked to a fourth Formula 1 victory of 2024 at the Chinese Grand Prix in a race featuring two safety cars, as Lando Norris beat Sergio Perez to second.


2024 F1 Chinese GP results: Max Verstappen wins for Red Bull

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen won the first Chinese Grand Prix in five years, the fifth round of the 2024 Formula 1 World Championship, in Shanghai.


Soccer-Everton grab 2-0 victory over Forest to boost survival hopes

LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) -Everton secured three crucial points when they beat relegation-threatened Nottingham Forest 2-0 at Goodison Park on Sunday to improve their own Premier League survival hopes and move five points clear of the drop zone. With Everton and Forest being docked eight and four points respectively for financial breaches, Everton are 16th in the standings with 30 points,


Trent Alexander-Arnold leads Liverpool to Fulham win to stay in title hunt - 5 talking points

FULHAM 1-3 LIVERPOOL: Liverpool moved back level with Arsenal at the summit of the Premier League with an impressive showing and victory at Fulham


Supercars New Zealand: Brown extends championship lead with race two victory

Will Brown and Broc Feeney have delivered another 1-2 finish for Triple Eight in race two of the third round of the Supercars championship in New Zealand.


Paris Olympics: Hong Kong’s men face Spain in last-chance sevens qualifier, while Uganda among women’s pool matches

Draw for World Rugby Sevens Repechage tournament in Monaco pits men in Pool C alongside Spain, Papua New Guinea and Brazil Hong Kong's women face Uganda, Paraguay and Jamaica in Pool B, with only winners of tournament reaching Games this summer Hong Kong's men have been drawn alongside Spain, Papua New Guinea and Brazil for the pool stages of the f...


Soccer-Bayern thump Union Berlin as Mueller marks milestone with double

BERLIN (Reuters) -Bayern Munich's Thomas Mueller scored twice on his 400th Bundesliga start and Harry Kane bagged his 33rd league goal of the season in a 5-1 victory at Union Berlin on Saturday. Leon Goretzka and 18-year-old Mathys Tel were also on target as coach Thomas Tuchel capped a successful week with a Champions League semi-final place and a comfortable win on the road. Second-placed


Our writers rate the 2024 F1 Chinese Grand Prix

Max Verstappen claimed his fourth victory of the 2024 Formula 1 season at the Chinese Grand Prix, while McLaren's Lando Norris denied Red Bull a 1-2 finish with an impressive drive from fourth on the grid.


Soccer-Late Silva goal earns Man City FA Cup semi-final win over Chelsea

By Clare Lovell LONDON (Reuters) -Holders Manchester City beat Chelsea 1-0 with a late Bernardo Silva goal on Saturday to reach the FA Cup final after an absorbing end-to-end Wembley semi-final left the exhausted winners still chasing a domestic double. Silva sidefooted home in the 84th minute after Chelsea goalkeeper Djordje Petrovic parried a Kevin De Bruyne shot and that was enough to edge a


Neuville: WRC Croatia not a “disaster” after final day error

Thierry Neuville has expressed his frustration after a crash ended his Croatia Rally victory bid, but the World Rally Championship driver says the event wasn’t a “disaster” for his title hopes.


Soccer-Villa strengthen grip on fourth with 3-1 win over Bournemouth

BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) -Aston Villa stormed back from a goal down to beat Bournemouth 3-1 on Sunday, with strikes from Morgan Rogers, Moussa Diaby and Leon Bailey helping the Birmingham side to strengthen their grip on fourth place in the Premier League. With the top four from the English top flight all qualifying directly for next year's Champions League group stage, the win means Villa


Soccer-Monaco move second after 2-0 win over Brest

(Reuters) - AS Monaco won 2-0 at Brest on Sunday to overtake their opponents in the Ligue 1 standings and move into second place, extending their unbeaten run to seven games despite finishing the match with nine men. Monaco have 55 points, two ahead of Brest and with a game in hand, while Lille, who have also played a game less, are one point behind Brest in fourth after their 1-0 win over


Zarco: Honda 'doesn't need to be pessimistic' about MotoGP form

Johann Zarco doesn't feel Honda needs to be 'pessimistic’ following a frustrating run of results in the opening races of the 2024 season.


Soccer-Crystal Palace's Mateta nets brace in 5-2 thrashing of West Ham

LONDON (Reuters) -Crystal Palace's Jean-Philippe Mateta netted a brace as they romped to a 5-2 Premier League rout of West Ham United on Sunday with four goals inside 31 minutes including an exquisite bicycle kick by Eberechi Eze. Palace are 14th in the table, 11 points above the relegation zone, while West Ham are eighth on 48 points, but the two teams directly above them on 50 points apiece --


WRC Croatia: Ogier victorious after final day drama for Evans, Neuville

Sebastien Ogier clinched victory in Croatia after emerging from a tense three-way fight with World Rally Championship title contenders Thierry Neuville and Elfyn Evans that ended in dramatic circumstances.


‘I Enjoy The Feeling Of A Firefight’ – Hu Yong Aims To Continue Hot Streak With Knockout Of Reece McLaren

The top-five flyweight MMA contenders will throw down in a key clash at ONE Fight Night 22 on May 3.


All About Madrid Open 2024, Including The Tennis Tournament’s Schedule And Star Players

The build-up to the second Grand Slam of 2024, the French Open, is gaining steam with every passing week. After France, the biggest stars in tennis will move across Europe to Spain. Before we discuss the tournament’s schedule for 2024 and the players who will be heading to the Spanish capital, let us look at the significance of the Madrid Open. Held for the first time in 2002, this year will be the 22nd edition of the Madrid Open. Romanian...