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Andy Murray and Ivan Lendl part ways again

Andy Murray has split with coach Ivan Lendl for a second time. The British No.1 announced the parting of ways on his official website, describing the move as “mutual”. Murray has won all three of his grand slam crowns under the guidance of Lendl, winning

England women 79-5 Canada women: Jessica Breach scores six tries

Abigail Dow scored two tries in a comprehensive victory Old Mutual Wealth Series England 79 (29) Tries: Breach (6), Burford, Dow (2), Cokayne, Packer, Clark, Kildunne Cons: Reed (5), Harrison (2) Canada 5 (0) Try: Nelles Debutant Jessica Breach scored six tries as England women

Jerry Jones of Dallas Cowboys apologizes for insensitive remark

FRISCO, Texas — Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones apologized Friday after a 2013 video of him making a racially insensitive remark was published on the gossip website The Blast earlier in the day. The video was shot at the Warwick Melrose Dallas

NHL GMs pleased so far with crackdown on slashing

MONTREAL — If there are any misgivings about the NHL’s crackdown on slashes to the hands, they are not shared by the general managers. Teams are scoring about half a goal more since officials made the quick tap to the hands or the top of

Premiership: Gloucester 23-17 Saracens – BBC Sport

Ollie Thorley’s try sparked Gloucester’s comeback Aviva Premiership Gloucester (3) 23 Tries: Thorley, Hudson Cons: Twelvetrees (2) Pens: Twelvetrees (3) Saracens (9) 17 Try: Brits Pens: Lozowski (3), Spencer Gloucester produced a remarkable comeback in the final half hour to beat Saracens at Kingsholm. Tries