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Ferrari wins its first Monaco in 16 years

Sebastian Vettel yesterday delivered Ferrari their first Monaco Grand Prix in 16 years with teammate and pole sitter Kimi Raikkonen in second. Vettel’s third win of the year increased his lead over Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton in the drivers’ world championship to 25 points. Behind the two FerrarisFULL STORY

Tearful Kvitova returns to tennis

Petra Kvitova yesterday swept to a tearful French Open victory in her first match since surviving a horrifying knife attack which almost ended her career. The two-time Wimbledon champion downed outclassed Julia Boserup of the US 6-3, 6-2, falling to her knees in celebration before weepingFULL STORY

Brothers shut out leaders Lamigo

By Jason Pan

Orlando Roman yesterday tossed seven scoreless innings to pick up his third win of the season and gave the Brothers Baseball Club a 2-0 triumph over front-runners Lamigo Monkeys at the Taichung Intercontinental Baseball Stadium. The result helped the Brothers win the series by taking two-out-of-threeFULL STORY

OnePlay retain lead after forth round

By Jason Pan

Attacking midfielder Chen Ya-chun on Saturday led the Taipei PlayOne team to a 4-2 victory over Kaohsiung Sunny Bank, retaining their hold on first place after round four matches in the Taiwan Mulan Football League (TMFL). The Taichung Blue Whale battled to a scoreless draw againstFULL STORY

Hakuho secures perfect record at summer sumo

Grand champion Hakuho yesterday celebrated his 38th Emperor’s Cup with a win over Mongolian compatriot Harumafuji to finish the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament undefeated. Hakuho forced out Harumafuji (11-4) in the day’s final bout at Ryogoku Kokugikan to improve to 15-0 a day after securing hisFULL STORY

S Korea stun China, win first Sudirman Cup since 2003

South Korea yesterday stunned China to win the Sudirman Cup, coming from 2-1 down to clinch the final 3-2 on Australia’s Gold Coast and end their opponents’ 12-year stranglehold on the biennial mixed team international tournament. Choi Sol-gyu and Chae Yoo-jung were mobbed by their teammatesFULL STORY

Giro rivals dream of ‘bad legs’ day for Dumoulin

Two-time champion Vincenzo Nibali joined fellow rivals in wishing another “bad legs” day on Giro d’Italia hopeful Tom Dumoulin when yesterday’s time-trial brought a dramatic end to the 100th edition. A day after losing the pink jersey to Colombia’s 2014 champion Nairo Quintana due to “badFULL STORY

Bourdais determined to return to Indy for season finale

Sebastien Bourdais was in one of the best race cars he had ever had, so fast that most of his competitors thought he would win the pole for the Indianapolis 500. Instead, he crashed during qualifying at Indianapolis Motor Speedway last weekend, hitting the wallFULL STORY

Pioneering ‘Beef Ball’ Chan quits

Pioneering female coach Chan Yuen-ting has stepped down one year after making history as the first woman to lead a team to a men’s top flight league title. The trailblazing Chan, nicknamed “Beef Ball” for her toughness, coached Eastern Sports Club to win Hong Kong’s PremierFULL STORY

Sleep may unlock record for Taylor

Triple jump king Christian Taylor believes a new sleep regimen could hold the key to his dream of breaking Jonathan Edwards’ 22-year-old world record. Taylor, the reigning two-time Olympic and world champion, on Saturday threatened Edwards’ 1995 mark with the third longest leap in history, postingFULL STORY

Frenchman Marvin Musquin wins FMF Glen Helen National

Marvin Musquin on Saturday won the FMF Glen Helen National, taking advantage of Eli Tomac’s problems to top the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship standings. A week after finishing second behind Tomac in both 450 Class motos in the season-opening Hangtown Motocross Classic, Musquin won theFULL STORY

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