Sep 11, 1951
Randolph Turpin goes for a spin
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Jul 10, 1951
Randolph Turpin takes on Sugar Ray Robinson
Feb 14, 1951
Jake La Motta lands a punch during a title fight with Sugar Ray Robinson
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Michael Ruane's anonymity was nice while it lasted
Michael Ruane has lived most of his life in poker obscurity, exactly how he wanted it. But those days are gone now that he's in the November Nine.
WSOP: 50-year-old Cliff Josephy highlights 2016 November Nine
Two-time World Series of Poker bracelet-winner Cliff Josephy is the chip leader of the 2016 WSOP main event, which reached its final table Monday.
Vojtech Ruzicka takes top stack into Day 7 of 2016 WSOP main event
Vojtech Ruzicka leads with 27 players left in the 2016 WSOP main event, with 50-year-old and two-time bracelet-winner Cliff Josephy just behind him.
WSOP: On the brink on Day 6 of the main event
Players near the bottom of the chip counts on Day 6 of the WSOP main event have a paradox -- they're still in, but their chances of advancing are slim.
WSOP: Jerry Wong holds lead with 80 left after Day 5 of main event
Jerry Wong is one of three players with at least 10 million chips going into Day 6 of the 2016 WSOP main event, but it's a tight race up top.
Leadership key if young Blues are to succeed in Super Rugby
The Blues have the talent and an excellent coach in Tana Umaga, but they'll need strong leadership if they're to succeed in Super Rugby -- Craig Dowd writes.
Punters rushing to back Jaguares for Super Rugby title
Clear outsiders before naming their squad, the Jaguares sat at $251 to take the title; but with the naming of 23 Pumas stars in their squad, they are now one of the most favoured teams.
Greg Growden: Expanded Super Rugby a convoluted mess
Super Rugby enters its 21st season this week, but there is no reason to party as expansion has made the competition woefully lopsided, Greg Growden writes.
Eddie Jones - Behind the iron mask of England's coach
Eddie Jones is set to shake up England, but how did an Aussie youngster who grew up loving cricket morph into the hardened leader the rugby world knows today?
The wild and winding road that led John Mitchell to coach USA Eagles
We take a look back through John Mitchell's coaching career, beginning with that stint in charge of the All Blacks.
Final bow for Churchill Cup
The Churchill Cup organisers have confirmed this will be the tournament's last season
The hand of Yachvili
"The party has already started and the oompah band, Yachvili, Serge Blanco et al will not care one bit that the performance lacked a little gloss." Tom Hamilton reports from The Stoop
Lions claim epic first Test win
The British & Irish Lions drew first blood in their three-Test series against Australia with an epic 23-21 victory at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Saturday night
Wallabies level series with Lions
Australia set-up a series decider with the British & Irish Lions in Sydney next weekend with a hard-fought 16-15 victory in their second Test clash in Melbourne on Saturday night
Lions rout Wallabies for series glory
The British & Irish Lions claimed a first series victory since 1997 with a 41-16 victory over Australia at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney on Saturday night
The House of Pain
As a handy reminder of Dunedin's unique contribution to New Zealand rugby history, we've collated some of our favourite matches at the 'House of Pain' in Scrum Sevens
The man who opened the transatlantic floodgates
"I knew that in training or a game I had to be better than Lawrence Dallaglio, Neil Back or Richard Hill." American great Dan Lyle on life at Bath