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The flame is finally out on the Sochi games, and the torch has been passed. Like the ceremonies, the competition was no small spectacle; three weeks and $52bn later, Russia managed to put on the most expensive Olympic Games in history, and was rewarded on the podium. In the end, the host nation’s home-stretch surge …
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Pele hopes Egypt can qualify for the next World Cup
The second week of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi saw some of the most intense and exciting moments of the games.
Somouha go top of Group 1 with a win over Raga’a on Matchday 10
World Taekwondo Federation offers condolences to the late player’s family and friends
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Norway leads the medal count with 4 gold, 3 silver and 4 bronze, followed by Canada (4 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze) and Germany (4 gold, 1 silver, no bronze).
Egyptian club Zamalek won 2-0 in Cairo against Douanes of Niger.
Ashour summed up his feelings later to his Twitter followers: “Not happy to lose, but happy to come out of the court in one piece ‘injury free’, and Nick was the better player today.”
England’s Nick Matthew and Frenchman Gregory Gaultier – the two players who have replaced Ashour as the sport’s first ever joint world number ones – were also in action in Linköping.
Zamalek draws with Petrojet on week seven of the Egyptian Premier League
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Egyptian El Tayeb, the former world junior champion making her debut in Cleveland, brushed aside sixth-seeded New Zealander Joelle King 11-6, 11-6, 11-5.
Libya become the second champions of the tournament, which is reserved for home-based players from around the continent, joining Democratic Republic of Congo who won the inaugural edition in 2009.
Nadal was plagued by an injury in the second set of the final
Elshorbagy won $11,000 in prize money and a $9,000 Rolex Oyster Perpetual watch
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Salah has signed a five-and-a-half-year contract with the reigning Europa League champions and will wear the number 15 shirt at Stamford Bridge.
Title-holder Shabana, the 34-year-old fourth seed, needed 61 minutes to see off 25-year-old qualifier Meguid 11-5, 18-16, 11-2.
Shabana’s victory, his first PSA World Series event title since 2011, also prevents Gaultier from becoming World No.1 outright in February as the Aix En Provance man now goes level with England’s Nick Matthew atop the rankings.
Shabana was at his sublime best to get past Matthew, who has been in arguably the best form of his career in recent months since winning the 2013 World Squash Championship in Manchester in November.
Boards’ membership and TV rights cause problems between football clubs and state
Egyptian Football league suspended again until 28 January
Egyptian football star Mido takes first Zamalek training session on Wednesday
Omar Gamal to White Knights, Gedo back to Red Devils
The retired “El Magico” competed with fellow Egyptian Ahmed Fathi and Nigerian Sunday Mba for the honourary prize; Al-Ahly chosen as best club
Girls U19, boys and girls U17, boys U15 and boys U13 brackets are dominated by Egyptians
Egyptian legend Mohamed Aboutrika beat compatriot Ahmed Fathy and Sunday Mba from Nigeria to win the best Player based in Africa.
World football’s ruling body came under withering fire following FIFA secretary general Valcke’s claim that the 2022 World Cup in Qatar will be played in winter