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February 25, 2018 3:42 AM Winter Olympics: Sweden outclass South Korea to win gold in women's curling

Sweden outclassed hosts South Korea to regain the women's curling Winter Olympic title in Pyeongchang. They won 8-3 to win gold for a third time and improve on the silver medal the nation won in Sochi four years ago. Anna Hasselborg's rink led from the third end and scored a crucial three in the seventh to move 7-2 ahead. South Korea narrowed the gap by one in the following 6

February 25, 2018 12:51 AM England's Tommy Fleetwood in contention at Honda Classic as Tiger Woods boosted by breaking 70

Tommy Fleetwood closed his third round with an eagle to head into the final day of the Honda Classic two shots behind leader Luke List. The Englishman produced his best round of the tournament on Saturday, carding two eagles, two birdies, a bogey and a double bogey to sign for a 67 and move to five under par. Speaking after his round to CBS Sports, Fleetwood 6

February 24, 2018 1:30 PM Mohamed Salah helps lift Liverpool into second as Manolo Gabbiadini rescues equaliser for Southampton

Jurgen Klopp's side leapfrog Manchester United in the Premier League table. Final whistles being blown now. Bournemouth have rescued a point against Newcastle, with Southampton doing likewise against Burnley. That could be a huge point for Saints, courtesy of Manolo Gabbiadini, A huge goal for Southampton! Josh Sims hopeful cross is met by Guido Carrillo 8

February 23, 2018 2:16 PM Brighton and Hove Albion podcast: Jurgen Locadia, Manchester United, Swansea and more

HERE is episode five of our All About Albion podcast, brought to you by Carter's Domestic Appliances. On this show, we are joined by chief sports reporter Andy Naylor and Arsenal fan Stuart Sweeting. We discuss what new boy Jurgen Locadia brings to the team after his bright debut and if the FA Cup quarter-final draw against Manchester United means the end of the road for Albion 1

February 22, 2018 2:36 PM Pair cycle the length of New Zealand for charity

Baldersby farmer Chris Brown and Chris I’Anson, managing director of Masham-based farm feeds company I’Anson Bros spent 19 days pedalling from Cape Reinga to Bluff to support mental health organisation Claro Enterprises and Parkinson’s UK. The pair were supported by a campervan and Mr Brown said: “Reaching Bluff on the final day and celebrating with fish and chips 12

February 22, 2018 12:44 PM Arsenal balls: Ramsey ready for Carabao Cup final

The Daily Express has news form the twilight zone of spots journalism: “Aaron Ramsey to miss Man City Carabao Cup final because of Arsene Wenger.” Jack Otway has news on just what Wenger has done to Ramsay, dealing a “hammer blow” to Arsenal’s chances of winning the trophy. Over in the Sun, then, for news of the “RAMBLOW”. Ramsey is “set miss Carabao 11

February 22, 2018 12:10 PM Arsene Wenger wants Danny Welbeck to stay at Arsenal despite saying 'he is no Harry Kane'

Welbeck will enter the final year of his contract with Arsenal at the end of the current campaign. Arsene Wenger has revealed that he wants Danny Welbeck to remain an Arsenal player despite not rating the Englishman as a top marksman in the level of Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane. Welbeck will have just one year remaining on his deal with Arsenal at the end of the current 14

February 22, 2018 3:53 AM Brazil's Gremio wins Recopa Sudamericana in penalty shootout

PORTO ALEGRE, Brazil (AP) - Brazil's Gremio has won the Recopa Sudamericana, beating Argentina's Independiente 5-4 in a penalty shootout Wednesday night. The two-legged final ended 1-1 on aggregate, with no goals scored after 120 minutes in the second. The winners of last year's Copa Libertadores overcame the holders of Copa Sudamericana after goalkeeper 1

February 22, 2018 2:22 AM Winter Olympics: Anna Gasser wins women's big air final with last jump

Austria's Anna Gasser produced the best score with the last jump to snatch Winter Olympic gold from Jamie Anderson in the women's big air in Pyeongchang. American Anderson, who won slopestyle gold, scored 90.00 on her first run and still led after run two. But Gasser, 26, then posted 96.00 to take gold, with 16-year-old New Zealander Zoi Sadowski-Synnott 10

February 22, 2018 12:28 AM Ronnie O'Sullivan slams 'flaky' youngsters after completing Yan Bingtao comeback to reach Ladbrokes World Grand Prix quarter-finals

Ronnie O'Sullivan has accused snooker's younger players of being 'flaky under the cosh' after beating Yan Bingtao to reach the last eight of the Ladbrokes World Grand Prix. O'Sullivan trailed 3-2 to the 18-year-old before going through 4-3 in Preston. He later told ITV: 'I think there are only four or five players on the circuit who have got any bottle 9