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FIFA lifts ban on head covers

Football's world governing body FIFA has authorised the wearing of head covers for religious purposes during matches.

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Vettel did not throw a fit - Red Bull

Formula One champions Red Bull recognised that they were well behind rivals in pre-season testing but dismissed reports that Sebastian Vettel had 'thrown a hissy fit' about the situation.

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Mayweather took the 'easy route'

Floyd Mayweather has taken the 'easy route' by choosing Argentina's Marcos Maidana, according to Amir Khan who was snubbed for the May 3 bout.

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Anelka banned, fined for 'quenelle' salute

West Bromwich Albion forward Nicolas Anelka has been banned for five matches and fined $133,400 for making an alleged anti-Semitic gesture in a match in December, the Football Association said.

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Murray sets up Simon clash

Andy Murray reached the quarter-finals of the Mexican Open with a 6-3, 6-4 win over Portugal's Joao Sousa.

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Berdych sails into Dubai quarters

Third-seed Tomas Berdych had an easy time securing a 6-2, 6-1 win over Sergiy Stakhovsky of Ukraine at the Dubai Championships.

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Hodgson seeks psychologist for World Cup

England manager Roy Hodgson is considering using a psychologist to help his side avoid more penalty heartbreak at the World Cup in Brazil later this year.

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First openly gay NBA player takes court

Jason Collins took another trailblazing step as the first openly gay man in a major US pro sports league when he took the court for the NBA's Brooklyn Nets.

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Slick Clippers show title credentials

The Los Angeles Clippers showed they are a strong contender for the NBA Western Conference title by winning 125-117 at Conference leader Oklahoma City with Jamal Crawford scoring 36 points.

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Two more fail drug tests at Sochi

Austrian cross-country skier Johannes Duerr was kicked out of the Sochi Games after testing positive for the blood booster EPO.

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