NZ team to fly out of Pakistan in a chartered flight: PCB
The New Zealand team will fly out of Pakistan in a chartered flight on Saturday, even as the cricket community is fuming over the sudden and unilateral decision of the visitors to abandon the tour due to a security threat. Pakistan Cricket Board CEO Wasim Khan confirmed that a chartered flight will be coming on Saturday to take the New Zealand team.
Radford, James finish 2nd in 1st pairs event together at Autumn Classic International
Sports/Olympics/Winter Sports/Figure Skating: Canada's newest pairs duo, Eric Radford and Vanessa James, continued to impress at the Autumn International Classic on Friday, placing second in the free skate to finish their debut event second overall.
'... Good luck, I guess:' Najee Harris offers T.J. Watt advice on facing former Bama teammate
Harris, the Steelers' rookie running back, player behind the Raiders' rookie tackle at Alabama. They won the SEC and a national title together. Watt, the NFL's highest-paid defender, might not need the pointers.
Brazilian soccer great Pele back in hospital after step back in recovery from surgery
Sports/Soccer: Brazilian soccer great Pele "took a little step back" in his recovery from surgery to remove a tumor from his colon, his daughter Kely Nascimento said Friday, but he is "recovering well" at a Sao Paulo hospital.
Titans' Knox breaks his own Canadian record in men's 100m IM as team falls in ISL match
Sports/Olympics/Summer Sports/Aquatics/Swimming: Finlay Knox broke his own Canadian record in the men's 100-metre individual medley in International Swimming League action in Naples, Italy on Friday.
Shafali Verma's role will be crucial in Pink Ball Test, says Hemlata Kala
Former India all-rounder Hemlata Kala believes that the role of aggressive opener Shafali Verma would be crucial in the upcoming one-off Pink Ball Test against Australia Women as she plays "unique cricket" and there won't be any challenge for the teenager.
'I didn't know anything about it': Chicago star Kane participates in NHL's investigation
Sports/Hockey/NHL: Chicago star Patrick Kane said Friday he has participated in the investigation into allegations that a then-assistant coach sexually assaulted two players in 2010, adding that he did not know anything happened at the time.