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 Cycling boss criticises Froome's team
New UCI president David Lappartient admits it might take a year to resolve the Chris Froome investigation.
 Big Red V and white boots: life of Changa
Graeme Langlands was still in the prime of his career even as the lights began to dim on St George's run of 11 straight premierships.
 TDU women to get equal prize money
The South Australian government has decided to pay equal prize money to women competing in cycling's the Tour Down Under.
 Rodionova out of Open doubles with injury
A calf injury has forced Anastasia Rodionova to retire from her Australian Open women's doubles third-round match.
 Graeme Langlands dead at 76
Rugby league great Graeme Langlands has died aged 76 after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease.
 Australia has winning start in Quad Series
Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander has praised her shooters in helping Australia to a win over South Africa in netball's Quad Series.
 Scorchers pumped to play at new stadium
Scorchers pulled off another successful BBL run chase to beat Hobart Hurricanes at the WACA, and now Ashton Agar can't wait to play at Perth's new stadium.
 NBL to serve up Basketball at Aus Open
Cairns Taipans are preparing to take on NBL rivals Melbourne United at the Australian Open tennis.
 Smith wants more from himself at SCG
Steve Smith says it's time for him to go on and make a big score as Australia attempt to avoid conceding their first home ODI series since 2010.
 Impey poised for surprise Tour triumph
Australian team Mitchelton-Scott will aim for Caleb Ewan to win the last stage in Adelaide, as well as protect Daryl Impey's surprise overall lead.
 Shattered Barty laments missed opportunity
Ashleigh Barty is determined to maintain her top-20 ranking after crashing out in the third round of the Australian Open.
 Arnold waits to hear from FFA, Sydney FC
Graham Arnold says he told Sydney FC management and his players as soon as he got a call from FFA about the Socceroos job.
 Huge Hale PB scuppered by officials' error
Jack Hale's phenomenal 100m personal best in Perth appears unlikely to count after automatic timing and wind gauge equipment failed to work.
 Bullets skipper: Confidence still high
Morale within the Brisbane Bullets squad remains high despite their seven-game losing streak, insists captain Adam Gibson.
 Kyrgios modest on big-time Open moments
Nick Kyrgios has shrugged off an exceptional tiebreak record that has him at the top of the sport as he heads to a fourth-round match with Grigor Dimitrov.
 Thunder skipper in awe of in-form Khawaja
Shane Watson says Test No.3 Usman Khawaja has plenty to offer in shorter formats after he starred in the Sydney Thunder's BBL win over the Melbourne Stars.
 Scorchers beat 'Canes to seal finals spot
Defending BBL champions Perth Scorchers beat the Hobart Hurricanes by five wickets to seal another finals spot.
 Hockeyroos beat Spain for series lead
Australia's women's hockey team have taken a series lead against Spain after sealing a 3-2 victory in the fourth Test in Perth.
 Federer cruises into Open fourth round
Roger Federer has maintained his perfect start to the Australian Open with a straight-sets win over Richard Gasquet in the third round.
 Winnington claims second big swim scalp
Gold Coast teenager Elijah Winnington has claimed another sizeable scalp at the NSW swimming championships by beating Olympian Cam McEvoy in the 200m freestyle.