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Alonso gets lucky again to claim third podium
Fernando Alonso made it three podiums out of three races at the Australian Grand Prix as the Aston Martin driver ended up on the right side of Formula One stewards again on a drama-filled Sunday.
McLaren rookie Piastri celebrates first points at 'crazy' home race
It's fair to say McLaren rookie Oscar Piastri will never forget his first Australian Grand Prix, having survived a carnage-filled race and the drama of three red flags to collect his first championship points in Formula One in front of home fans.
Motor racing Verstappen, Perez critical of red flags in dramatic Australian race
World champion Max Verstappen and team mate Sergio Perez were among drivers to criticise the officiating at a chaotic Formula One Australian Grand Prix on Sunday, which finished under a safety car after the race was restarted three times.
Australian GP organisers summoned by stewards after fan invasion
Australian Grand Prix organisers were summoned to meet race stewards after spectators invaded the track before the conclusion of the race on Sunday, the governing FIA said in a statement.
Haas launch protest after Australian Grand Prix
The Haas Formula One team have protested against Nico Hulkenberg's seventh-place finish at the Australian Grand Prix on Sunday after late red flags threw the race into confusion, the governing FIA said.
Ethiopian Ayana, Kenya's Kiprop secure Paris Marathon titles
Ethiopia's Abeje Ayana won the men's race at the Paris Marathon on Sunday and Kenya's Helah Kiprop claimed the women's title.
Verstappen wins Australian Grand Prix after red flag chaos
Max Verstappen was crowned Australian Grand Prix winner on Sunday after two late red flags and a slew of crashes threw the race into chaos before the Dutchman was allowed a processional victory lap around Albert Park.
Former India all-rounder Durani dies at 88
Former India all-rounder Salim Durani, who was known for his match-winning ability, died at the age of 88 on Sunday, PTI news agency reported.
Youngsters Jorgensen, Flook and Gordon in Wallabies training squad
Eddie Jones included uncapped young backs Max Jorgensen, Josh Flook and Carter Gordon in his first Wallabies training squad in his second spell as Australia coach on Sunday, rewarding them for their performances in Super Rugby Pacific.
NHL roundup: Carter Verhaeghe nets career-best 4 goals in Panthers' win
Carter Verhaeghe recorded a natural hat trick to highlight his career-high four-goal performance on Saturday, lifting the visiting Florida Panthers to a 7-0 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Canadian teenager McIntosh sets another world record
Teenager Summer McIntosh set a world record in the 400m individual medley at the Canadian swimming trials on Saturday, four days after she achieved the same feat in the 400m freestyle.
Chiefs remain unbeaten as Hurricanes, Brumbies lead the chase
Waikato Chiefs downed the Auckland Blues to remain unbeaten at the top of the Super Rugby Pacific standings after six matches, but the Wellington Hurricanes edged the Western Force to keep up the chase behind them in the final match of the round.
MLB roundup: Trayce Thompson's 3 HRs power Dodgers' rout
Trayce Thompson established career highs of three homers and eight RBIs to lead the Los Angeles Dodgers to a crushing 10-1 victory over the visiting Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday night.
Sri Lanka shine in Super Over to seal T20 win over New Zealand
Sri Lanka defeated New Zealand via a Super Over in the opening Twenty20 international on Sunday for a 1-0 lead in the three-match series as Charith Asalanka hit a half-century before guiding them home in the tie-breaker.
Motor racing Leclerc crashes out of Australia Grand Prix on first corner
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc retired on the first lap of the Formula One Australian Grand Prix on Sunday after qualifying seventh.