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MELBOURNE World number one Jason Day has hit back at critics of the golfers who have elected to skip the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. Golf’s return...

WELLINGTON World number one Lydia Ko will be New Zealand’s sole entrant in the women’s golf tournament at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, with Danny...

RIYADH The Saudi Olympic Committee has approved four female Saudi athletes to compete as part of the conservative Gulf kingdom’s team at the Rio Olympics,...

MOSCOW Russia’s Olympic chief on Monday attacked the United States and Canada’s anti-doping agencies for trying to pressure the International Olympic Committee into imposing a...

TROON (Scotland) Record-breaking Swede Henrik Stenson became the first Scandinavian male to capture a major when he won the British Open late on Sunday, beating...

WASHINGTON Aaron Baddeley held a victory party as his 24-foot birdie putt turned in toward the cup for a sudden-death Barbasol Championship playoff win over...

LOS ANGELES New Zealand teenager Lydia Ko earned her 14th career LPGA Tour title at the Marathon Classic late on Sunday, defeating Ariya Jutanugarn and...

TOKYO/LONDON SoftBank Group has agreed to buy UK chip designer ARM Holdings in a 24.3 billion pound ($32.2 billion) cash deal, the two sides said...

FRANKFURT German container shipping giant Hapag-Lloyd announced on Monday it is teaming up with United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) to become one of the world’s...

DUBAI National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia (Bahri) said on Sunday it signed a deal with Arab Petroleum Investments Corp. (Apicorp) to launch a $1.5...