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  • Second baby boy for Shakira and footballer Pique
    Second baby boy for Shakira and footballer Pique

    Colombian pop star Shakira has given birth to a baby boy, named Sasha, her second child with Barcelona footballer Gerard Pique, the celebrity couple annnounced on Friday. "We are happy to announce the birth of Sasha Pique Mebarak, son of Shakira Mebarak and Gerard Pique, born January 29 at 9:54pm, in Barcelona," they said in a statement. "The name Sasha is of Greek and Russian descent and means 'defender of mankind' and 'warrior,'" they added.

  • Teen star Ko seizes lead in Florida
    Teen star Ko seizes lead in Florida

    Teen star Lydia Ko birdied five straight holes on the back nine to take a one-stroke lead after the third round of the season-opening LPGA Tour's Coates Golf Championship. I just have to stay in that mood," Ko said. Ko, who finished 54 holes at 14-under 202, has five career LPGA Tour wins with three of those coming last year. Amy Yang equalled Ko's 65 and jumped into a share of fifth at nine-under.

  • Open Era all-time women's Grand Slam winners
    Open Era all-time women's Grand Slam winners

    Melbourne (AFP) - The all-time Grand Slam Open-Era winners list after Serena Williams moved into clear second by beating Maria Sharapova in the Australian Open final on Saturday:

  • Seahawks coach says Chancellor injury scare eased
    Seahawks coach says Chancellor injury scare eased

    Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Saturday he expects key defender Kam Chancellor to be ready to play against New England in Sunday's Super Bowl despite a late injury scare. "He looked pretty good today," Carroll said after Chancellor took part in the team's "walk-through" practice. Chancellor and teammate Earl Thomas are perhaps the top safety duo in the league, and the versatile, hard-hitting Chancellor is coming off a regular season that saw him finish with 78 combined tackles, an interception, a forced fumble and six deflected passes. Chancellor was hurt on the penultimate play of the Seahawks' final full practice on Friday.

  • Asian football boss 'stunned' by anti-Aussie report
    Asian football boss 'stunned' by anti-Aussie report

    Asia's football chief said he was "stunned" on Friday after he was quoted as outlining a movement to oust Asian Cup hosts Australia from the regional body. Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa said his comments had been "manipulated" after he told UAE newspaper Al Ittihad that some countries wanted Australia out. Australian newspapers splashed with the story, a day before the Socceroos take on South Korea in the Asian Cup final as they try to win the title for the first time. It's a false topic," the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) president told the Herald Sun newspaper.

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