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Tahiti Pro

IT was the event Julian Wilson hoped would springboard him back into the lead in the chase for the world surfing crown but instead it could haunt him for the rest of the season. Wilson’s quest for a maiden world crown took a big hit with his round two exit …

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Tahiti Pro 2018

BROTHERS Owen and Mikey Wright could both find themselves in the top 10 in the world men’s surf race by the end of the Tahiti Pro if they continue to perform well in tricky conditions at Teahupo’o. After world No.2 Julian Wilson crashed out to a wildcard in round two, …

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Swimming

Cate Campbell has turned in the fastest freestyle relay split in history to lead Australia to a golden finish on the opening day of competition at the Pan Pacs in Tokyo. Campbell turned in an incredible split of 50.93sec to overhaul Japan and hold off America, anchoring the mixed medley …

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Pan Pacs 2018

IAN Thorpe has emerged as the man who could help Mack Horton launch another golden Olympic campaign, with the Rio 400m champion set to approach Australia’s last world champion in the 800m for advice on how best to tackle the newest event on the Olympic program. Thorpe broke the 800m …

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Pan Pacs 2018

CATE Campbell has revealed she was stuck in a torturous limbo after the Rio Olympics, not wanting to quit the sport but knowing she could not continue if she allowed swimming to consume her life as it had before her Olympic meltdown. On the eve of a showdown against US …

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Melbourne Masters darts

WORLD darts champion Rob Cross has his eye on Michael van Gerwen’s world No.1 spot ahead of this weekend’s Melbourne Masters. Cross, 27, had the aim of winning all three World Series events Down Under but was beaten in the quarter-finals at the Auckland Masters by Australia’s Simon Whitlock last …

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