Michael Cheika warned but escapes punishment over ‘cheat’ blow-up

Michael Cheika warned but escapes punishment over ‘cheat’ blow-up

WALLABIES coach Michael Cheika has officially been told to “moderate his conduct and language” in camera-range at Test matches but has avoided any disciplinary action over his outburst from the Twickenham grandstand last weekend. Cheika apologised for any offence caused to disciplinary officer Jon Davis who conducted an investigation into comments and conduct arising from the Australia-England Test. Amateur lip-readers picked up Cheika making a frustrated shout of “f***ing cheats” from the open coaches’ box at Twickenham when an early Michael Hooper “try” was disallowed for off-side last Sunday. It…

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Greg Norman's mind is 'blown' by modern golf game's failings

Greg Norman's mind is 'blown' by modern golf game's failings

Rewind a couple of decades though and that’s exactly what former world no.1 Greg Norman used to do, before he headed out to compete on the PGA Tour. “I used to hand make all my equipment, assemble my shafts, weigh up my grips, get the spine angles of my shafts exactly the same for every iron shot so you get absolute consistency with performance of your shaft,” the 62-year-old Norman told CNN Sport over the phone earlier this month from his office in West Palm Beach, Florida. Reed’s approach-play statistics…

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The five most beautiful F1 cars of all time

The five most beautiful F1 cars of all time

Story highlights Piola started drawing F1 cars in 1969 He rates Red Bull’s RB5 as one of all-time great designs The Italian technical journalist has charted some of the groundbreaking changes that have redefined racing cars and made F1 one of the most enduring and popular sports on the planet. “I believe nearly all the pieces of a F1 car can go to an art museum because they are refined to the limit — it’s a pure expression of efficiency and simplicity,” Piola told CNN. Visit CNN.com/motorsport for more news…

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Falling in love with football: Hawks recruit could become 'among best' in AFL

Falling in love with football: Hawks recruit could become 'among best' in AFL

Posted November 22, 2017 06:25:52 Photo: CJ caught the eye of football scouts and played in the AFL feeder league. (Supplied) Changkouth Jiath said he once thought Australian rules football was a “stupid game”, but this Friday he will become a professional. Born in an Ethiopian refugee camp, Changkouth grew up in country Victoria and earlier this month he was nominated by the Hawthorn Football Club, who are committed to drafting him. But Changkouth (who goes by CJ) said he never imagined himself playing Australia’s Indigenous game. “My school mates…

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