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Russia urged to admit state-sponsored doping

Doping-ControlWorld Anti-Doping Agency officials have urged Russia to admit to state-sponsored doping in a bid to regain the rest of the sporting world's trust.

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Zimbabwe earn tie with three-run last over

Zim-and-WIWith West Indies needing four off the last over in Bulawayo, Donald Tiripano cunningly gave away just three runs and denied Jason Holder off the last ball to seal the 34th tie in 3806 ODIs.

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Brilliant Taylor hands Windies first win

TAYLOR-BOWLS-x2VIJAYAWADA, India, CMC – Captain Stafanie Taylor returned to form and West Indies Women to their winning ways, as they rolled over India Women by six wickets in the opening Twenty20 International of the three-match series, to claim their first win of an otherwise dismal tour here Friday.

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SKNFA’s quick look at the big matches

FTB-214Football excitement continues at various venues around St. Kitts over the weekend and into the coming week. Here is your ‘Heads-Up’ of all matches scheduled.

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  • Sir Lester rushed for medical attention Former Prime Minister and National Hero Sir Lester Bird was rushed for medical attention on Friday afternoon after falling ill at the re-commissioning ceremony for the expanded Heritage Quay pier.
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