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Pakistan Have a Very Good Chance to Win 2019 World Cup: Malik

Pakistan’s most experienced limited-overs player, Shoaib Malik believes his team has a "good chance" and "the ability" to win the 2019 World Cup. The Sarfaraz Ahmed-led side beat South Africa by five wickets in the first ODI on Saturday, and their unpredictable nature in the major ICC events is something that everyone is aware of. …

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Archery

Obsession Bows Introduces The Compact Fx30 Bow

Obsession Bows Introduces The Compact Fx30 Bow

Challenges facing archers today: 1) Confined terrain 2) Narrow tree stands 3) Hunting blinds. Solution for archers facing these issues: Obsession Bows new FX30.
The post Obsession Bows Introduces The Compact Fx30 Bow appeared first on AmmoLand.com. …

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Obsession Bows Introduces The Compact Fx30 Bow

Obsession Bows Introduces The Compact Fx30 Bow

Obsession-Bows-New-FX30Jeffersonville, GA -(Ammoland.com)-Challenges facing archers today: 1) Confined terrain 2) Narrow tree stands 3) Hunting blinds. Solution for archers facing these issues: Obsession Bows new FX30. Built to overcome challenging hunting situations...

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Sick Cleverly cancels WBO defence

Sick Cleverly cancels WBO defence

Nathan Cleverly has been forced to withdraw from his WBO light-heavyweight title defence against Robin Krasniqi due to illness.The Welsh star was set to face the Kosovan on 28 April at the Royal Albert Hall, London, but has been unable to train for his fourth title...

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Scot Taylor secures Team GB place

Scot Taylor secures Team GB place

Lightweight Josh Taylor has qualified for the Olympics, ensuring there will be one Scot in the GB boxing team.Taylor will fight in the 60kg division after reaching the semi-finals of the final European qualifying event, coupled with Sam Maxwell's defeat.Middleweight...

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Groves out of world title fight

Groves out of world title fight

George Groves has pulled out of his WBO world title fight against Robert Stieglitz on 5 May because of injury. The British and Commonwealth super-middleweight champion was injured while training in Northern Cyprus. "I am truly sorry to everyone who will be affected by...

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GB boxers progress in qualifier

GB boxers progress in qualifier

Heavyweight Warren Baister moved a step closer to Olympic qualification with a thrilling win over France's Abdoulaye Diane in the final qualifying tournament in Trabzon, Turkey.The Sunderland boxer must win his 91kg category to make the Games and his 18-17 victory put...

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Fury stops Rogan in Belfast bout

Fury stops Rogan in Belfast bout

Former British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion Tyson Fury maintained his unbeaten record as he stopped veteran Martin Rogan in five rounds in Saturday's bout in Belfast.Fury, 23, made a tentative start as Rogan produced the better work in the first two rounds at...

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Tata Steel 2019, 7: Insane chess

Tata Steel 2019, 7: Insane chess

“Today was just insane”, commented Vishy Anand after beating
Vladimir Kramnik to join the Tata Steel Chess leading pack. He was referring to
Vlad’s erratic opening play, which initially went unpunished, while Peter
Svidler used the term “absolute insanity” about the complications in
Radjabov-Vidit. Eventually Teimour scored his first win in this year’s Masters,
and there was also a first win for Sam Shankland, who ground…

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Carlsen, Giri Join Leaders At Tata Steel Chess

Carlsen, Giri Join Leaders At Tata Steel Chess

In a most entertaining sixth round it was again "double Dutch" at the Tata Steel Chess Tournament with wins for both Anish Giri and Jorden van Foreest. Giri joined Ding Liren and Ian Nepomniachtchi in the lead and so did Magnus… …

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Tata Steel 2019, 6: Carlsen and Giri hit the front

Tata Steel 2019, 6: Carlsen and Giri hit the front

Magnus Carlsen pounced on an endgame mistake by world no. 3
Shakhriyar Mamedyarov to win a 2nd game in a row and catch Ding Liren and Ian
Nepomniachtchi in the 2019 Tata Steel Masters lead. He was joined by Anish
Giri, who won a third game in a row with the black pieces after spotting a
winning trick on move 14 against Jan-Krzysztof Duda. Jorden…

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Saric Still Perfect In PRO Chess Week Two

Saric Still Perfect In PRO Chess Week Two

After two weeks, only one player, GM Ivan Saric, has a perfect 8/8 score in the PRO Chess League. His dominant performance (as well as GM Eric Hansen's) have made the Montreal Chessbrahs look like one of the teams to beat early in the PRO Chess Le… …

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Vince, Silk destroy Heat to lift Sixers to second

Vince, Silk destroy Heat to lift Sixers to second

Sydney Sixers 7 for 177 (Vince 75, Silk 41, Lalor 5-26) beat Brisbane Heat (Cutting 28, Curran 3-16) by 79 runsplay1:30No rain or floodlights to Heat's rescue this time, as the Sixers attack tore through the visitors' attackThe Sixers easily disposed of the Heat in...

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Pakistan Have a Very Good Chance to Win 2019 World Cup: Malik

Pakistan Have a Very Good Chance to Win 2019 World Cup: Malik

Pakistan’s most experienced limited-overs player, Shoaib Malik believes his team has a "good chance" and "the ability" to win the 2019 World Cup. The Sarfaraz Ahmed-led side beat South Africa by five wickets in the first ODI on Saturday, and their unpredictable nature in the major ICC events is something that everyone is aware of. …

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Cycling

Gallery: Rally-UHC’s California Training Camp

Gallery: Rally-UHC’s California Training Camp

Brandon McNulty, center, led the team up Balcom Canyon. McNulty is a third-year professional at just a racing age of 21, and the team will be looking to McNulty at key races based on his past results. Photo: Wil MatthewsRally UHC Cycling will continue to drive the...

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Woods goes down swinging

Woods goes down swinging

ADELAIDE, Australia (VN) — The apprenticeship is over. Hot off the heels of his breakout 2018 season, Michael Woods (EF-Education First) is only racing for one thing: victory. Woods went all-in Sunday in the dramatic finale up Old Willunga Hill with a searing chase of...

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Ewan defends head-butting sprint

Ewan defends head-butting sprint

ADELAIDE, Australia (VN) — Caleb Ewan (Lotto-Soudal) defended his actions in a controversial sprint finale Saturday that saw him relegated from what looked to be his first WorldTour win in his new jersey. The UCI race jury ruled that a pair of headbutts in the final...

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Aru’s Giro planning includes Colorado training camp

Aru’s Giro planning includes Colorado training camp

FLORENCE, Italy (VN) — Italian Fabio Aru (UAE Team Emirates) will spend a couple weeks in Colorado before trying to win the Giro d’Italia this May. Aru announced this week that he’ll return to the Giro d’Italia, where he placed second to Alberto Contador in 2015. He...

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