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Croatian boxer Vido Loncar and his coaches have been barred for life by the International Boxing Association for assaulting the referee in a recent contest.
Loncar had to be dragged from the ring after he attacked Polish referee Maciej Dziurgot following a loss to Lithuanian Algirdas Baniulis in the light-heavyweight division Monday at the European youth championsips in Zagreb.Continue reading...
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Punishment for NFL players implicated in domestic violence will not be imposed upon arrest but at some point farther down the process, said a key figure charged with overhauling the leagues handling of such cases.
Lisa Friel said the legal process will play a role in determining at what point the league will sanction players involved in domestic violence.Continue reading...
Total costs for West Hams new stadium will rise to £619m
Work to convert the Olympic Stadium into a permanent home for West Ham United and athletics will cost £36m more than expected, it has been confirmed, taking the total confirmed spend so far to £619m.
It emerged earlier this week that contractors Balfour Beatty had encountered difficulties installing the complex roof that will cover both the athletics track and the retractable seats that will be rolled into position during the football season.Continue reading...
Khan out for 106; Michell Johnson takes 3-22
Two debutants feature for each side
The Pakistan batsman Younis Khan and Australia paceman Mitchell Johnson shared the spotlight on an even first day of the first Test in Dubai.
Younis registered his record-equalling 25th Test century in a stumps total of 219-4, before becoming Johnsons third victim of the day.Continue reading...