Month: February 2018

UFC 222 on Saturday features two of the more intriguing fights of the year — Cris Cyborg vs. Yana Kunitskaya and Frankie Edgar vs. Brian Ortega — and others that have long-term implications. What storylines should you focus on this weekend? We asked our panel — ESPN MMA reporter Brett Okamoto, ESPN MMA editor Greg
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Ben Stokes felt “emotional” as he walked off the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui with an unbeaten 63 to his name, which helped steer England to a series-levelling victory, having been determined not to let his team-mates down on his return. Five months ago he walked off the County Ground at Bristol with a half-century
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Snow settled on the circuit during day three of winter testing at Circuit de Catalunya The third day of pre-season testing was delayed because of snow at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in Spain. The track was cleared early in the morning but the session was postponed because the medical helicopter was unable to fly in
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Image copyright PA Privacy campaigner Max Mosley published a by-election leaflet saying: “Coloured immigration threatens your children’s health,” it has been claimed. The 1961 leaflet, backing a candidate for his father Sir Oswald Mosley’s Union Movement, was found by the Daily Mail in archives in Manchester. The newspaper says it raises questions over Mr Mosley’s
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England put in an outstanding fielding display during the first half of the second ODI at Mount Maunganui. David Willey started it, Jason Roy grabbed two excellent catches and four run-outs equalled England’s most in an innings. Here are the highlights Mark Chapman: c Willey b Woakes Woakes to Chapman, OUT, Willey runs back from
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