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.
WSOP: Poker would benefit greatly from a woman in the November Nine
With two women topping the chip counts during Day 4 of the WSOP main event, excitement about a woman potentially reaching the final table grows.
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.
Scotland win rugby's first international
A look back at rugby's first international, when Scotland beat England by one goal to nil
Cards aplenty as Sharks edge Chiefs
Three players were sent off during the first half as the Sharks edged the Chiefs 12-11 on Saturday in a bruising Super Rugby clash
Wales survive opening match jitters
Wales opened their 1999 World Cup campaign with a nervous victory over Argentina
Ruthless Wales hammer Japan
Wales put Japan to the sword in a one-sided World Cup contest in Cardiff
Lilley and Waller miss out for Hurricanes
Mourie's side close to full strength for the visit of the Blues
Cheika knows content Giteau's buttons to press
Matt Giteau is known to be delighted with the atmosphere in the Wallabies' camp, Greg Growden reports
Blame England not Steve Walsh
"I can already hear the 'One-eyed Welshman' taunts but, sorry, I would like to applaud Steve Walsh for the best refereeing display of the Six Nations," says John Taylor
New Zealand want to cull third Bledisloe Test
New Zealanders are reveling in Australia's misery, while Will Genia is in more dire need of a rest than any scrum-half in history, Greg Growden writes
Australian rugby shooting itself in the foot
Bill Pulver must learn the fine art of spruiking, for his display in dumping a downbeat address at a surf club did nothing to inspire confidence in Australian rugby, Greg Growden says
Pat McCabe deserves the highest praise
Pat McCabe has been used as a battering ram; he has been forced to undergo the most selfless of tasks; his footballing career has repeatedly been assumed to be over; but he just keeps producing
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