admin

8:17 AM ET WBC junior lightweight world titleholder Miguel Berchelt will face former junior featherweight titlist Jason Sosa in the main event of a Top Rank Boxing card Saturday night at the Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California. The fight will air live on ESPN at 10:30 p.m. ET, with undercard bouts on ESPN+
0 Comments
10:10 AM BST Jerome Garces will referee the Rugby World Cup final between England and South Africa, organisers said Tuesday. He will become the first Frenchman to receive the honour when the two teams meet in Yokohama on Saturday. Garces will be joined by Romain Poite [France] and Ben O’Keeffe [New Zealand] as assistant referees
0 Comments
Ferrari team principle Mattia Binotto says they are determined to sharpen up their race management over the final races of the season to ensure they are best placed for 2020. The team have let a number of wins slip this year, owing to a combination of driver, operational and strategy errors. Team boss Binotto said:
0 Comments
10:51 AM ET Associated Press NEW YORK — Al Bianchi, who played for the Philadelphia 76ers and was later an NBA coach and executive, has died. He was 87. The New York Knicks said Bianchi died in Arizona of natural causes. He was the team’s general manager from 1987-91, signing future All-Star John Starks. Bianchi
0 Comments
9:46 AM ET Associated Press CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Matt Tifft will miss the final three races of the NASCAR season after suffering a seizure at Martinsville Speedway. Tifft was at Martinsville preparing for the Saturday rookie meeting when he fell ill. He said in a social media post that tests Monday showed a brain tumor
0 Comments
9:40 AM ET Associated Press SHENZHEN, China — World No. 1 Ashleigh Barty was upset by late substitute Kiki Bertens 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 at the WTA Finals on Tuesday. Bertens arrived at the elite tournament as an alternate, and has suddenly jumped into title contention with the other seven players in the draw. She took
0 Comments
3:48 AM ET Naomi Osaka has withdrawn from the WTA Finals in Shenzhen due to an injury to her right shoulder, tournament organisers said Tuesday. The Japanese world No. 3 was due to face Australia’s Ashleigh Barty later in the day and her place in the tournament will now be taken by alternate Kiki Bertens
0 Comments