Month: October 2020

4:51 PM ET Associated Press Kentucky Derby winner Authentic heads a field of 11 horses, possibly including filly and Preakness winner Swiss Skydiver against males, for the Breeders’ Cup Classic, with trainer Bob Baffert entering three horses in the $6 million race that includes Belmont winner Tiz the Law. Besides Authentic, second to Swiss Skydiver
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A 14-year-old girl has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of a man in West Sussex. Emergency services were called to Russell Way in Three Bridges, Crawley at 9pm on Tuesday evening where they found a 24-year-old man with serious injuries who later died at the scene, Sussex Police said in a statement. A
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6:51 PM BST British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland has warned players who miss the team’s warm-up fixture against Japan on June 26 that they will be at a disadvantage when he makes his final selection for the tour of world champions South Africa. The Lions are locked in a battle with Premiership Rugby
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4:35 PM ET Former UFC middleweight champion Robert Whittaker is right back at the top of the division — and some would say he never left. Whittaker (22-5) defeated Jared Cannonier (13-5) via unanimous decision in the co-main event of UFC 254 on Saturday on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. It is Whittaker’s
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Sir Keir Starmer will attempt to repair the damage from a damning report on Labour antisemitism allegations, which senior party figures have condemned as “shameful” and “appalling”. The Labour leader will issue an instant response to a report published by the Equality and Human Rights Commission into accusations of anti-Jewish racism during Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership.
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10:46 AM ET Kamaiu Johnson, 27, is going from 8th grade dropout to playing on the PGA Tour. Farmers Insurance and the Farmers Insurance Open are announcing that Johnson, winner of the 2020 APGA Tour Championship, is being awarded an exemption into the 2021 Farmers Insurance Open in January. This will be his first start
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Big family reunions may be banned at Christmas in England as the coronavirus second wave could last until March, a senior minister has warned. Justice Secretary Robert Buckland said people should prepare now for the “realistic” prospect that high numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths continue, so a normal festive period “won’t be achievable”. His
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