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September 17, 2018 12:00 AM Mola claims third straight World Triathlon Series title

GOLD COAST, Australia: Spain’s Mario Mola clinched his third straight World Triathlon Series men’s title after finishing second in the final race here on Sunday. Frenchman Vincent Luis won the race in 1:44:34, 14 seconds ahead of Mola, while South Africa’s Richard Murray finished third.“It has been a great season and finishing with a second place behind 3

September 16, 2018 12:00 AM Springboks upset All Blacks 36-34

WELLINGTON: The Springboks upset 36-34 win over the world champion All Blacks was rated “awesome” but “lucky” by the South Africans as they tempered celebrations in Wellington on Saturday. South Africa’s first win in New Zealand since 2009 left the home side to chalk up their first Rugby Championship loss in three years. It also snapped the visitors’ 4

September 16, 2018 12:00 AM LRC hosts five Tora Bora Plate races today

LAHORE: Five Tora Bora Plate races have been lined up by the stewards of Lahore Race Club to be organised at its main course on Sunday. With fourth and fifth races are of a miles run, the first three would cover the distance of 900 metres each. The first three races have a field of 18 horses each while the fourth having seven participants and the last race has 13 entries 3

September 16, 2018 12:00 AM Britain’s Holland wins World Triathlon Series title

SYDNEY: Britain’s Vicky Holland won the World Triathlon Series women’s season title after finishing a close second to Australian Ashleigh Gentle in the final race at Gold Coast on Saturday. Holland, who won individual bronze at the 2016 Rio Olympics, crossed the line in 1:52:02, two seconds behind Gentle in a thrilling finale. American Katie Zaferes 4

September 13, 2018 2:02 AM Men stole Hyderabad Nizam’s golden tiffin box and ate food out of it too

HYDERABAD (India): After hitting the jackpot, the Rajendra Nagar duo couldn’t resist themselves from having a potluck. What Mubeen Mohammad and his associate Mohammad Ghouse Pasha, the two masterminds behind the high-profile Nizam Museum theft case, did next was eat like a monarch. With a golden food box encrusted with diamonds and rubies in their kitty

September 13, 2018 12:00 AM Hungry Hirscher targets eighth World Cup title

VIENNA, Austria: Austrian ski king Marcel Hirscher has brushed aside any thoughts of taking it easy and is back in training for the upcoming World Cup season. The 29-year-old has dominated the World Cup landscape for the past seven seasons and in February he won his first individual Olympic titles in the men’s alpine combined and giant slalom. His bid to become

September 10, 2018 12:00 AM House robbed in Nowshera

NOWSHERA: Unidentified gunmen forced their entry into a house in broad daylight and took away cash, gold jewellery and other valuables in Jehangir town on Sunday. Shakeel Khan, a line superintendent in Pesco office in Nowshera city, reported to the Nowshera Kalan Police Station that he was on official duty when he received a call from his family at around

September 10, 2018 12:00 AM Olympic great Johnson recovering from ‘mini stroke’

NEW YORK: Michael Johnson is recovering from a ‘mini stroke’, the Olympic champion and former world record-holder said on Twitter on Saturday but expects to make a full recovery. “Last week I rather surprisingly suffered what’s known as a Transient Ischemic Attack or mini stroke,” the 50-year-old American tweeted. “The good news is I’m back at home with my family

September 9, 2018 12:00 AM Iran lets money exchange houses import foreign bills

Tehran: Iran gave permission to money exchange offices on Saturday to start importing foreign currency banknotes, state media reported, in an apparent attempt to stop the rial from plunging to a new low against the dollar. Iran´s currency has lost about two-thirds of its value this year, hitting a record low earlier this week of 150,000 rial to the U.S. dollar 2

September 2, 2018 12:00 AM Green-shirts’ medal hopes end with 2-1 defeat

KARACHI: Pakistan’s last chance of winning a medal in hockey event of the Asian Games 2018 ended with a 2-1 defeat at the hands of arch-rivals India in the bronze medal play-off match in Jakarta on Saturday. The Green-shirts conceded the first goal when Akashdeep Singh netted in the 3rd minute. India were well in control throughout the game while Pakistan 1