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Dick Quax

Dick Quax

Athletics: Former world record holder Dick Quax dies

Newshub - 28 May 2018
Former world 5000 metres record holder and Auckland councillor Dick Quax has died of cancer, aged 70. Born Theodorus Jacobus Leonardus Quax, he was best known as one of the legenday trio of 'Flying Kiwis' - along with John Walker and Rod Dixon ...
French Open

French Open

French Open Begins — and Quickly Ends for Ostapenko and Venus Williams

New York Times - 28 May 2018
PARIS — Jelena Ostapenko is known to swat a tennis ball with wild abandon at any white line, at any moment. That hellbent confidence is what made her the French Open champion in 2017, and what led in large part to her first-round elimination Sunday at ...
Indy 500

Indy 500

Motorsport: Scott Dixon third after tense finish at Indy 500

New Zealand Herald - 28 May 2018
Power, the 2014 Indy Car series winner, is the first Australian to win the Indy 500. Pole sitter Ed Carpenter was second with Dixon in third. It was a tense ending to the race with a seventh yellow flag leaving a sprint finish. Oriol Servia, who ...
Delta Goodrem

Delta Goodrem

'I was wrong': Boy George tells Sam Perry to go back to bag of tricks

The Sydney Morning Herald - 27 May 2018
The results were impressive with coaches Joe Jonas and Delta Goodrem both commending him on his excellent vocal. Boy George has criticised Sam Perry again. Photo: Supplied. But Boy George had feelings and he needed to talk about them. "My worry is ...
Mo Salah

Mo Salah

Releated: Mohamed Salah

Andy Robertson admits Mohamed Salah injury was turning point in Liverpool's ...

The Independent - 27 May 2018
Andy Robertson has admitted that the loss of Mohamed Salah to a shoulder injury disrupted Liverpool's rhythm and may have been the turning point in their dispiriting Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid. Salah, who ends his debut season at ...
WSL

WSL

Bali Pro: Joel Parkinson gunning for first World Surf League event win in five ...

Gold Coast Bulletin - 27 May 2018
Photo: WSL. The women will also compete in Bali for the first time on the championship tour circuit, something ratings leader and Tweed Coaster Stephanie Gilmore said was special. “The Keramas wave is truly world-class and is such a good wave to watch ...