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David Goffin came from two sets down to beat Kyle Edmund in the first match of the Davis Cup final between Belgium and Great Britain.
27/11/2015 - tennis

Davis Cup final: Belgium and Britain end day one all square

Belgium and Britain's top tennis players both fulfilled their duties with contrasting fortunes during the opening day of the 2015 Davis Cup.
Gianni Infantino, the head of the Uefa.
27/11/2015 - Football

South America backs Uefa Gianni Infantino for Fifa presidency

South American football federations will back Uefa’s Gianni Infantino for the Fifa presidency, its regional group said.

Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan performs during the men's singles short program at the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating in Nagano, Japan, on 27 November 2015.
27/11/2015 - Figure skating

Japan champion Hanyu sets new world record

Japan's Olympic figure skating champion Yuzuru Hanyu broke his own world best in the short programme at the NHK Trophy this Friday, posting an eye-popping score of 106.33 points.

Sebastian Coe took over as IAAF head in August.
27/11/2015 - Athletics

Russia accepts its suspension from world athletics

Russia has accepted its "full suspension" from world athletics over widespread doping, without even requesting a hearing, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) said Thursday.

Andy Murray is trying to lead Britain to their first Davis Cup trophy since 1936.
26/11/2015 - tennis

Belgium and Britain prepare for Davis Cup showdown

The Davis Cup final between Belgium and Great Britain begins on Friday in Ghent. There have been security concerns over the staging of the final following the 13 November terrorist attacks in Paris.
Uefa boss Michel Platini faces lifetime ban from Fifa
25/11/2015 - FOOTBALL

Uefa boss Michel Platini faces lifetime ban from Fifa

Fifa's ethics watchdog wants Michel Platini’s banishment for life over a suspect payment, according to his lawyer.
China's Guangzhou Evergrande fans
23/11/2015 - Football, China

Chinese football authorities say sorry for poor performance

Chinese football authorities have apologised for the poor performance of the country’s national team in 2018 World Cup qualifying. But fans fans rejected the apology

Sepp Blatter (l) and Michel Platini
23/11/2015 - Football, Fifa

Sepp Blatter feared he was dying during health scare

Suspended FIFA president Sepp Blatter revealed Sunday that he feared he was dying during a recent health scare.
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