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Another heartbreak for Leo

Chile defeated Argentina on penalties to end their 99-year wait for a Copa America crown and condemn Lionel Messi to a second straight heartbreak in a major international final....   | Read..

Lewis's third victory at home

It was the usual result, but boy did we have a race to get there. Lewis Hamilton won a dramatic British Grand Prix, full of incident, wet weather and daring scraps for the lead....   | Read..

Six players share the leadTop 

 Six players shared the lead with five points apiece at the end of Round V of the 25th The Telegraph Schools' Fide-rated Chess Championship, organised by Alekhine Chess Club and co-sponsored b......   | Read..

Fumbling India lose to Britain

India's defence crumbled in the bronze medal play-off, as they crashed to a 1-5 defeat against Great Britain for a fourth-place finish at the World League Semi-finals, here on Sunday....   | Read..

Messi's family attacked

Lionel Messi's parents and his two brothers had to be moved to safety after Chile fans attacked them during the Copa America final, at Santiago, on Saturday....   | Read..

Carlos to be DynamosManager

Former Brazilian star Roberto Carlos has agreed to become the marquee manager of the Delhi Dynamos in the Indian Super League (ISL), an official of the franchise confirmed on Sunday....   | Read..

I had always dreamt of lifting the Copa: Bravo

Claudio Bravo was elated to have achieved his dream of winning Copa America with Chile....   | Read..

Andrews,Nathan& Lama on target 

The conditions weren't at all ideal for a game of football, but that didn't stop La Martiniere from registering a comfortable 3-1 victory over The Heritage School, in the Keventer Cup inter-school ......   | Read..

Not turning pro, says Mary Kom

With the Rio Games next year being her last Olympics, MC Mary Kom is determined to win another medal before she quits boxing. She believes her preparations for the quadrennial event are on the righ......   | Read..

Sisters'Rivalry raises doubts

More than 18 years have elapsed since the Williams sisters' tennis rivalry - not just different but tinged with more mystery than any other before or since - began. Yet as Venus and Serena prepare ......   | Read..

Blatter's claims

Berlin: The embattled president of Fifa, Sepp Blatter, told a German newspaper that the Presidents of France and Germany tried to exert political pressure before the World Cup was awarded to Russia......   | Read..

Proteas thrash Bangla

Faf du Plessis led from the front, as South Africa flexed their bowling muscles to thrash Bangladesh by 52 runs in the first T20I on Sunday, to go 1-0 up in the two-match series....   | Read..

Blatter & political pressure

The embattled president of Fifa, Sepp Blatter, told a German newspaper that the Presidents of France and Germany tried to exert political pressure before the World Cup was awarded to Russia and Qat......   | Read..

Clarke praises Harris 

Test captain Michael Clarke labelled Ryan Harris “as good as anyone who has played for Australia” after the fast bowler announced his retirement on Saturday because of injury....   | Read..

Sledging warning likely for captains 

Alastair Cook and Michael Clarke will be warned to stamp out “send offs’ for dismissed batsmen during the Ashes series when they meet the Match Referee on Tuesday. ...   | Read..

I see nothing wrong with Virat’s attitude: Richards

Virat Kohli New Delhi: He has always admired Virat Kohli’s batting qualities and Vivian Richards feels that one should not be too critical of the Indian Test captain’s on-field aggressi......   | Read..

Flintoff fights a battle

London: Former England cricket captain Andrew Flintoff, whose image as a heavy, fun-loving drinker was sealed by his animated victory celebrations, has opened up about now being teetotal as part of......   | Read..

Treatment helped frustrated Murray

Andy Murray has admitted that frustration got the better of him after Andreas Seppi called a medical timeout midway through their match....   | Read..
Chile players and their children celebrate after the victory over Argentina in the Copa America final, in Santiago, on Saturday. (AFP)
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