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India level ODI series after beating Australia by 36 runs

India beat Australia by 36 runs in the second one-day international in Rajkot and leveled the series with a match to go

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Portugal prepares trial for alleged Football Leaks hacker
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Portugal prepares trial for alleged Football Leaks hacker

An alleged hacker charged with publishing internal documents that embarrassed soccer clubs and officials in the Football Leaks case is going on trial

Laporta leads by 1 in Abu Dhabi as Koepka struggles
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Laporta leads by 1 in Abu Dhabi as Koepka struggles

Francesco Laporta has grabbed a one-shot lead halfway through the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship after carding a 9-under 63

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US men's soccer to play March 30 exhibition at Wales

The U.S. men's soccer team will play an exhibition against Wales at Cardiff on March 30

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Students reinstated amid hazing probe at football power

A lawyer says three Detroit-area high school students who were suspended during an investigation of hazing by football players are back in class

Mayer benefits from new rule to win World Cup combined event
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Mayer benefits from new rule to win World Cup combined event

Matthias Mayer scored a rare win for a downhill specialist in a World Cup combined race

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Lions coach Patricia finalists for Salute To Service award

Detroit Lions coach Matt Patricia, Atlanta Falcons CEO Steve Cannon and former Chargers and Chiefs linebacker Donnie Edwards are finalists for the NFL's Salute to Service Award

Shiffrin fights fatigue in quest for 4th straight overall
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Shiffrin fights fatigue in quest for 4th straight overall

Mikaela Shiffrin's race for a fourth straight overall World Cup title seems tighter than usual at the midseason point

Ionescu has 37 and No. 6 Oregon downs No. 3 Stanford 87-55
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Ionescu has 37 and No. 6 Oregon downs No. 3 Stanford 87-55

Sabrina Ionescu had a career-high 37 points to become Oregon's all-time leading scorer and the sixth-ranked Ducks handed No. 3 Stanford it's first conference loss with an 87-55 victory on Thursday night