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James Magnussen has given his post-surgery preparations for Rio a boost, with the Olympic medallist netting gold in the 50m and 100m freestyle at the Victorian Open Championship.In the 50m, the former world champion out-touched his American training partner, William Copeland (22.57), to grab gold in 22.51 at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre on Sunday.Although Magnussen, who won silver and bronze at the London Games, says his world rivals wouldn't be too worried about his times just yet, he can take confidence from his early efforts after shoulder surgery and a nine-month break from competition."I'm hoping to get a swim in Perth and get more racing experience before the lead into (the Olympic) trials," he said."I was just 21 years old at the London Olympics and in Rio I'll be 25 and probably at the peak of my career. So I am trying to do everything to get back to my best."Olympian Alicia Coutts also announced her return to form in Melbourne with a win in the women's 200m individual medley.She managed to hold off a chase from fellow London Olympic teammate Blair Evans and take first place. Both women were only just off the Olympic A qualifying time of 2:11.39.In other championship events, Mitch Larkin took the 50m, 100m and 200m backstroke trifecta with his win in the 100m final on Sunday night.Larkin, who also won the 200m individual medley, was half a length ahead as he touched the wall in 52.85, which was fast enough to set a new Victorian all-comers record.Georgia Bohl continued her successful run in the women's breaststroke, winning the 50m final ahead of world champion Jennie Johansson and Australian Dolphins member Lorna Tonks.
Daria Gavrilova is being hailed for her humility and class after delivering a heartfelt apology for a spectacular fourth-round meltdown at the Australian Open.Australia's new tennis princess admits her costly centre-court tantrum against Carla Suarez Navarro on Sunday night was unacceptable and - even in despair - is accepting full responsibility.Gavrilova looked set to become the first home hope to reach the women's quarter-finals in seven years after dishing out a bagel in the opening set only to mentally unravel in a gut-wrenching 0-6 6-3 6-2 loss on Sunday night.While Suarez Navarro can look forward to a last-eight showdown on Tuesday with Polish fourth seed Agnieszka Radwanska, Gavrilova will wonder what might have been after letting the world No.11 off the hook in spectacular fashion.The 21-year-old chastised herself, lashed her courtside entourage, smashed her racquet - over and over - and kicked a ball in disgust in front of the sell-out crowd at Rod Laver Arena.And all this while the Melbourne local was up a service break in the third and deciding set and poised to become the first Australian woman since Jelena Dokic in 2009 to make the last eight."Yeah, it wasn't great and I'm very disappointed with myself. I was being a little girl," she said after admitting she'd wanted the win too much."I played very well in the first set. I guess I was starting to overcook it a little bit in the second and got very emotional. Yeah, was just going crazy.
Sydney Thunder's maiden Big Bash League title was the perfect farewell for Mike Hussey, but in his customary style, Mr Cricket said Sunday night's win against Melbourne Stars wasn't about him.Hussey made the tough decision to switch from his home town Perth Scorchers to perennial cellar dwellers Thunder two seasons ago and, after holding aloft the BBL05 trophy at the MCG, said it was the best decision he'd ever made.The 40-year-old will consult with the Australian team at the coming Twenty20 World Cup and hopes to play another Indian Premier League tournament, but has played the last game of his decorated career on Australian soil."It's never been about me - it's been about the club and building it for sustainable success. There's no point hanging on too long," Hussey replied when asked if he could be tempted into one more season with Thunder."Players will come and go from this club forever and a day but the team has to move forward and keep building - that's what it's all about."It's been a long journey, there's been a bit of heartache along the way, but to actually reach the summit with this group of guys has been reward for a lot of hard work for a lot of people."I feel like it's a nice way to finish with Sydney Thunder."Hussey made 18 runs in his last innings before he was bowled by Adam Zampa.He was given a warm reception by the MCG crowd and was even afforded a guard of honour by Stars players as he made his way to the crease for the last time.
Australia's first Dakar Rally champion, Toby Price, says he is looking forward to getting back to defend his title, but only after a lengthy break.In a race that is designed to break both machine and man, Price powered his KTM motorcycle through the South American dust to a huge Dakar victory earlier this month.Despite the relative ease of the win, the 28-year-old admitted he had been drained by the two-week race, but was excited to return to the brutal race in 2017 with "a big target on our back"."I'm just a person that loves punishment," he told Grandstand."I don't love pain, but I love feeling like I'm doing something and not wrapping myself in cotton wool."When I get to 70 years old, I don't want to be sitting there, going 'I wonder if I did this' and 'I wonder if I did that' ... and I'm not too scared to put my body through some pain."Now internationally famous, Price said "it's been a whirlwind" and he was "blown away" by the support he received, but winning one of the most famous trophies in world sport does have its negatives."It's an upgrade from last year's trophy [a third-place finish on debut] for sure ... it's definitely heavy. I'm guessing around 6-7 kilos, so it's nearly taken up all my carry-on luggage already," he said."But I'm definitely not checking it in my bags underneath because if one of my bags goes missing it'll be the one with the trophy in it and I'd be shattered."So I've got this in my hands really tight, that's for sure."Speaking from Los Angeles, where he must fulfil various sponsorhsip obligations, Price said he and his team looked forward to arriving back in Australia on Wednesday and thanking his compatriots for their support.But it is not just the general public getting on the Price bandwagon. New sponsors are sure to emerge and those already in his camp are more "pumped and excited" than ever before.Price said, since his win, he had already seen "a massive change in every way" but was adamant he would not let it go to his head."I think it's definitely going to change a lot of things, but me as a person, I'm never going to be a person that's going to be over the top with it or too crazy with it because it can all be taken away too quickly," he said.Broken neck made Price a smarter riderPrice is certainly well-versed in just how rapidly his world can change.A 2013 crash left him with a broken neck and his long and painful physical recovery was mirrored by a shift in mentality."For sure it's made me a bit more of a calculated rider and a little bit smarter with things," he said."But for sure I still love going flat out and I definitely don't give up and I don't quit."Next on the agenda for Price is using his new-found profile to grow the sport he loves.He is the face of the Enduro-Cross event, which this year will take place at the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide in early March."Bringing this racing to the V8 Supercars fans and now that we're going to be able to bring a Dakar number-one trophy to the table, I think it's going to bring in a pretty big crowd of motorcycle enthusiasts there," he said."And the [wider] motorsport industry is going to be hyped that I'm there."
Essendon coach John Worsfold has already decided on the AFL club's captain for the 2016 season, and agrees Brendon Goddard is the obvious choice.Goddard, 30, is untarnished by the anti-doping bans that have ravaged the club of its most experienced and talented players, including captain Jobe Watson and deputy Dyson Heppell.But Worsfold is yet to announce his choice to lead the Bombers this season as he seeks to create a competitive team for the campaign ahead.Five of Essendon's seven-member 2015 leadership group have been scrubbed for the season ahead; indicative of how deep the blows have cut the AFL powerhouse.This morning, Worsfold said he was moving quickly to fill the leadership vacuum."The players have said they see (Goddard) as one of the top leaders within the group," he said."It appears to be an obvious choice ... I can see why people would say it is an obvious choice."There is some process we have to follow but that won't be far away."Given the extraordinary context in which the Dons are selecting their on-field leader, it's understood the process involves sign-off from key parties; the board and sponsors
The St George Illawarra Dragons have announced that both Ben Creagh and Gareth Widdop will share the captaincy for the 2016 season.Both players have been given different roles for the upcoming year, with Creagh to remain as Club Captain and Widdop named Team Captain, with the responsibility of handling duties on game day. With Creagh recently spending more time on the interchange bench, the leadership change seemed a good move for the club."I spoke with head coach Paul McGregor during our annual season review last season about the need to bring in an additional captain given my role had changed since first being named in the role in 2013,” Creagh said."This past season I was playing more off the interchange-bench and making less minutes and I believed the team really needed a captain who could play and lead for the entire 80 minutes"With a few little injuries, I am not able to train ever=y session of every day and I really believe that you need your Captain out on the field most days during the week as well as that is what is best for the team."Gareth’s name was the first that came across both our minds as the next person here to lead the Club and it’s great that Gareth has accepted that role and he really excited about it."
Brisbane Heat batsman Chris Lynn has gone berserk at the MCG, scoring five consecutive sixes off Melbourne Stars bowler Ben Hilfenhaus.One of the most electrifying sluggers in the BBL this season, Lynn brought up his 50 in just 19 balls as the Heat raced along at 12 runs an over.Not that Kevin Pietersen was too impressed.The Englishman was mic'd up in the field and weighed in on Lynn's possible selection in the Australian side for the T20 World Cup in India in March.“It’s an interesting point, the wickets you’ve got in Australia aren’t the wickets you’re going to play in the T20 world cup, so until he destroys a spinner on a slow turner, I’m not going to besold on the idea,” said KP.“Hitting through the line with big bats, the ball coming on in Australia, by all means, I’m sure you’ll give him a go, but from experience don’t expect miracles.“That’s all I’m saying.“I’m not saying it’s a no, no, no, I’m just saying be very cautious.”Before you get too angry with the outspoken former English Test player, maybe has a point.Lynn was caught on the boundary off the bowling of Stars spinner Adam Zampa for 56 off 24 balls two overs later.
He may lead by more than 23 minutes in the motorcycle category of the Dakar Rally, but Australian Toby Price insists there is "no guarantee" he will top the podium when the race finishes in Rosario on Saturday.Price finished third in stage 10 of the race behind winner Stefan Svitko and second place-getter Kevin Benavides to maintain a commanding overall lead.In one of the toughest stages of the race so far, Price seized the early initiative.The three men kept an eye on each other throughout the stage before Svitko's pace over the dunes proved decisive."It was a key stage," Price said."I took it easy because my motorcycle struggled in the heat yesterday."I also focused on navigating. Two chaps came from behind and caught up with me, but I can't complain, it was a good stage."Leading Svitko by 23 minutes and 12 seconds overall, Price will now look to minimise risks with three stages remaining."I can ride a bit more defensively now, no need to attack to gain time like I did yesterday," Price said."I've got some margin, but no guarantee."Anything can happen, I've got to continue working."I must avoid any mistakes or missing waypoints."In the car section, Frenchman Stephane Peterhansel won the 10th stage to give him the lead in the overall standings.The victory moved him to a one-hour overall lead ahead of Nasser Al-Attiyah of Qatar.
Cristiano Ronaldo's statue in Funchal, capital of his home island of Madeira, has been tagged with the name and shirt number of arch-rival Lionel Messi, according to local press reports.The graffiti was put on the statue overnight on Tuesday, just hours after Barcelona's Argentine star Messi claimed a fifth world player of the year award, beating out Real Madrid's Portuguese striker and three-time Ballon d'Or winner Ronaldo in the process.The name Messi and the number 10, both scrawled in red, had already been cleaned off the statue, the Diario de Noticias da Madeira said."It's a shameful act committed out of jealousy towards him," said Ronaldo's sister Katia Aveiro, with pictures of the tagged statue predictably doing the rounds on social media.Ronaldo unveiled the 3.40-metre-high bronze effigy of himself in December 2014 on the Funchal seafront, a few hundred metres from his own self-financed museum
Western Sydney are last-start losers and Sydney FC last-start winners, but the Wanderers are in better shape to win the latest edition of the Sydney derby, at Pirtek Stadium on Saturday.For a start, you can use the strength of schedule argument to rule out those most recent results as factors in trying to determine which of the two teams is best placed to succeed in the most bitter A-League rivalry of them all.The Wanderers lost 3-2 away to Melbourne City in a game that lived right up to its potential. It was a pulsating clash in which a 2-0 lead to City still never allowed the home side to feel safe.The boys from western Sydney fought back to 2-2 before the inevitable dose of refereeing drama that seems so commonplace in the competition these days negatively affected the visitors, costing them a goal.City came back to win the game 3-2, leaving the Wanderers to feel stiffed – a belief that could help them heading into the game against Sydney. Unless for some reason you like being ripped off, human nature is such that when you believe you’ve been hard-done by it can have the effect of making you more determined the next time you play – regardless of whom it’s against.But back to the factors that are clearly on the table, and while Sydney beat the Newcastle Jets last weekend, the 2-0 scoreline rates as close to the minimum expectation.Sydney are among the competition’s genuine contenders, while Newcastle, after a splendid start to the season, have been sliding down the table for some time and had gone five games without scoring a goal before this match.Again, they struggled to put anything away, but it wasn’t until the 80th minute that Sydney could afford to feel comfortable about the result by scoring their second goal.And it took a player in Ali Abbas, who was making a comeback from more than a year out because of a horrible injury, to show his teammates how calmly and cleanly it can be done with an expert finish. Sydney should have won by more.Bigger picture, Sydney are still missing Marc Janko, who left the club at the end of last season and took a bagful of goals with him.
Chris Gayle walked out onto Etihad Stadium on Saturday night and was immediately hugged by a woman. This was no TV interviewer though. No hyped-up fan either. No, Gayle was warmly embraced by a fellow Melbourne Renegades player. Jenny Taffs made just two runs in Saturday afternoon's Women's Big Bash League win over Sydney Thunder. But when she extended both her arms in Gayle's direction as the Jamaican made his way out to warm up for the male Renegades' derby clash with the Melbourne Stars, she showed that as long as he remained on her side, Gayle would indeed be welcomed by the Renegades. With open arms. The ability of the sport's supporter to compartmentalise is quite something. Take for instance Renegades member Steph, who arrived in time to see the first ball of the WBBL curtain-raiser. A keen cricketer herself, Steph's loyalty to the team meant she cheered Gayle on Saturday night. Not that she condoned his behaviour during last Monday's now infamous chat with Channel Ten presenter Mel McLaughlin, one which caused his short-term employer plenty of blushes. "I thought it was just inappropriate of Chris Gayle to make any remark like that," Steph said. "She was in the workplace when she was doing her job, so it's a form of workplace harassment if you ask me. "I think he was extremely rude about it when he was confronted by the media at the airport. I think he could have handled himself a lot better when apologising. There's no place for behaviour like that." But when it comes to sporting colours – once you're in, you're all in. Regardless of his comments about Mel's face being red, Chris was still on the red team, and so Steph was in his corner in at the Docklands venue filled close to capacity. "As a player, yes I will cheer him because I think he should be treated differently as a player."
Melbourne Renegades have spun their way to victory over Sydney Thunder, claiming a 36-run win over an impressive crowd at Docklands. In front of a crowd that reached 14,611 by the end of the match, it was spinners Molly Strano and Sophie Molineux who made the difference, claiming three wickets each.After winning the toss and batting on a good pitch, openers Dane van Niekerk and Rachel Priest got the Renegades off to a fast start, reaching 1 for 72 by the ninth over when van Niekerk fell for 29.Priest would go on to score a valuable 57 from 55 balls, but a lack of middle order runs saw the home side restricted to 8 for 139 from its 20 overs.In contrast, the Thunder's run chase never really got started as Strano removed both openers in her second over to leave them struggling at 2 for 13.Alex Blackwell countered with 45 for the Thunder, but Strano (3 for 20) and eventually Molineux (3 for 18) ensured the run chase was stifled from beginning to end as the visitors were bowled out for 103 in the final over.
Roger Federer and Milos Raonic will meet in the Brisbane International final for the second straight year after wins on Saturday. Federer, last year's champion and runner-up in 2014, was the more comfortable of the pair in the semi-finals as he claimed a 6-1 6-4 win over Dominic Thiem.The Swiss 17-time grand slam winner, who has been battling fitness and health issues in Queensland, was dominant early as he produced his best performance of the tournament so far.Federer rolled out to a 5-0 lead by breaking twice before Thiem got on the board, but the Austrian was broken in the opening game of the second.Thiem responded immediately, only to drop serve in the seventh game as Federer cruised to victory to each his 136th ATP World Tour final.Standing between him and an 89th title is Raonic, who edged past Australian Bernard Tomic 7-6 (7-5) 7-6 (7-5).Neither player was able to break serve during the battle of one hour, 47 minutes.Raonic pulled clear in the tie-breaks – leading 5-1 in both – but saw Tomic battle back before eventually securing his win.The Canadian will be aiming to win his eighth career title when he meets Federer on Sunday.
Sydney FC winger Ali Abbas enjoyed a fairytale comeback from a knee reconstruction with a goal in his side's 2-0 win over Newcastle at ANZ Stadium. For 80 minutes, Filip Holosko's first-half goal was the only difference between a dominant Sydney outfit and a ragged Jets defence.But Abbas, who substituted a cramping Holosko midway through the second half, sealed the full three points for the home side when he toed through a clever backheel from Matt Simon.The Iraqi international, who was playing his first A-League match in 405 days, immediately made a bee-line for club physio Andrew Clark on the sideline, where he was mobbed by the rest of his teammates.Abbas had credited Clark a number of times for helping him recover from two torn ligaments.The win in front of a crowd of 15,127 means Sydney temporarily join Brisbane and Western Sydney at the top of the A-League table and sets up a mouthwatering local derby against the Wanderers next week.For the toothless Jets, the loss extends their winless streak to 10 games, as well as a goal drought that now equals a record six matches.Holosko had earlier put his Jets' demons to bed - he spurned five shots against them in round nine - with a clinical striker's finish midway through the first half.First he showed the younger Nicholas Cowburn a clean pair of heels to get to a Ninkovic chip before beating the advancing Mark Birighitti for his third goal in two weeks.Graham Arnold's men had the measure of their opposition for most of the first half, limiting the visitors to a single half-chance and spending the majority of the half in Jets territory.Sky Blues youngster George Blackwood had a supreme chance to break his A-League duck, but his left-footed effort grazed the far post midway through the first half.
Cameron McEvoy has cracked Ian Thorpe's 15-year national record in the 200m freestyle final at the Australian Short Course Championships on Friday night.On a night where Mitch Larkin stole the spotlight with a world record swim, McEvoy raced down the Australian legend with a remarkable 1:40.80 in Sydney that also equalled the Commonwealth time."To give Ian credit, he didn't do too many short course competitions," McEvoy said."And I'm pretty sure he did that record when he was still a teenager. He most likely would've went quicker than that in the latter parts of his career."But I'm still going to take that."It was the second night in a row McEvoy outdid his 21-year-old self, having also set a personal best 46.31 seconds in the 100m final the previous night.Along with injured James Magnussen, the Gold Coast product will be one of Australia's great hopes at next year's Olympics in Rio, however he insisted he needed to build on his current golden run.Asked what his string of strong results meant for next year, McEvoy said: "If I don't keep the ball rolling, it'd be pointless."It just makes it easier to keep the momentum going. It's just getting back into training, testing where I can improve, and assessing the things where I want to aim."McEvoy has one final event to contest on the final day in Sydney, where he will face off against Matthew Abood and Te Haumi Maxwell in the 50m freestyle.
Newcastle Jets and Brisbane Roar have played out a pulsating 1-1 draw at Hunter Stadium on Saturday afternoon.In a match littered with chances, David Carney and Dimitri Petratos both hit the cross bar in the first half, while Jets debutant Braedyn Crowley somehow missed from point-blank range with the goal gaping.Jamie Maclaren put the visitors in front in the second stanza after receiving the ball from strike partner Brandon Borrello, cutting inside and calmly slotting a left-footed finish.The Jets replied with 20 minutes remaining when Ben Kantarovski fired home after a goal-line scramble from a corner to set up an intense finish, however, neither side could find a winner
Despite last week's off-field controversy, midfielder Charlie Curnow could be a first-round selection in the revamped AFL draft.Charlie Curnow remains a likely first-round AFL draft pick despite last week's moment of panic and terrible timing.The 18-year-old midfielder found himself in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons when arrested by police in Geelong early Friday morning.He was allegedly drunk in a public place and also charged with refusing to take a breath test.Clubs and the AFL are tight-lipped about draft selections, especially those in the first round.But Curnow quickly apologised and his management put it down to a moment of panic.It is understood the younger brother of Carlton's Ed Curnow will still be selected somewhere between picks eight and 14."Young people make some silly errors at times - that's what this is," said AFL talent manager Kevin Sheehan."Individual clubs will look at that - there's no doubt he'd be considered as a first-round draft choiceFor rewards for your AFL team choose the Trophy Superstore for all of your AFL awards
It must be unimaginably exhilarating to win the UFC title, but Holly Holm isn’t letting it affect her modesty.Speaking to TMZ Sports on Tuesday, Holm said that she may be coming from a more “humble spot” than Rousey, but that doesn’t give other people the right to criticize her following her first loss:“Ronda’s been a very dominant champ and she’s taken the sport to new levels," Holm said."This fight wouldn’t’ve happened if she hadn’t accomplished what she’s accomplished, so I have a lot of respect for her. "Don’t get me wrong, I don’t want to give away any bit of my victory, so I’ll take it. I’ll take the win and I’ll take that I took it dominantly. "That doesn’t mean that I wish any harm on her. That doesn’t mean that I wish any hate on her. I think people can be pretty brutal, and when you’re in the spot that she’s in, there are people who are just going to jump ship and I don’t ever wish for that," she said.
Steve O'Keefe is the surprise inclusion in Australia's squad for the inaugural day-night Test, while Shaun Marsh and James Pattinson have also been recalled.Marsh will play at Adelaide Oval in place of hamstrung batsman Usman Khawaja, with Pattinson the frontrunner to take retired paceman Mitchell Johnson's place in the XI.There were no other changes to the squad that drew with New Zealand in Perth, with 12th man Peter Siddle retained.National selectors are mulling the prospect of unleashing dual spinners for the three-Test series finale, which starts on November 27.O'Keefe made his Test debut against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates last year and has remained on the radar of Rod Marsh's panel since."Stephen was included in our squad that was to go to Bangladesh and if he should get an opportunity we think he will make the most of it," chairman of selectors Marsh said.
Wallabies greats Tim Horan and George Gregan have paid tribute to All Blacks legend Jonah Lomu who died aged 40 on Wednesday.NZ Rugby chief executive Steve Tew confirmed the news which shocked and saddened the rugby community worldwide.The prototype for the giant wingers of modern day, Lomu was forced to quit the sport in 2002 after 63 Tests for the All Blacks because of Nephrotic syndrome, a rare kidney disease.He underwent dialysis treatment for more than a decade and suffered occasional setbacks to his health.Horan, who played a couple of games with the giant winger for the Barbarians, described Lomu as a global superstar and was a kind and gentle person off the field.
Aaron Woods says he would love to succeed Robbie Farah as Wests Tigers skipper.Farah stood down from his post last month amidst continuing speculation over his future at the NRL club.Woods is the leading contender to take over from Farah under embattled coach Jason Taylor, and the NSW prop said on Tuesday it would be a dream come true to lead his junior club at the elite level.For all your Rugby League Trophies and Awards - go to the Trophy Superstore.
Stop the search, we’ve officially found the worst excuse for Ronda Rousey’s shock loss at UFC 193.American blowhard Colin Cowherd has offered his unsolicited view – and it’s an absolute belter.It’s seems the commentator and radio host is placing some of the blame for Rousey’s fall from grace on – of all things – Australia.In a video podcast on his radio show, Cowherd said the trip overseas and away from her natural surroundings contributed to the defeat.“Everybody listening to this show: you try to eat healthy on the road, but you can’t control the food in the restaurants,” he claimed.“I’m watching Ronda Rousey and here’s what happens…promoters and networks and leagues see the dollar signs.“And they saw it with Foreman, they saw it with Tyson and they saw it with Rousey.“They see the dollar signs and they think 'let’s make her international' and I saw it this weekend.For all your MMA and Boxing Awards - check out the Trophy Superstore Trophies.
Second-placed David Reynolds is in attack mode mindset as he tries to chase down V8 Supercars leader Mark Winterbottom over the last two rounds.Bottle-O Racing Team Ford driver Reynolds trails Pepsi Max Crew Ford racer Mark Winterbottom by 239 points, with third-placed Red Bull Racing Australia Holden representative Craig Lowndes one point further back.There's a maximum of 600 points up for grabs over the remaining races at Phillip Island this weekend and Sydney in the first week of December."It is achievable for me to win the championship, but it's going to be real tough," Reynolds told AAP on Tuesday."It's going to come down to a lot of car speed and a lot of good strategy down there."I'm going in with the mentality of attack mode - I have to win every race."Reynolds recognises Winterbottom can afford to race conservatively and is unlikely to lose the championship unless he makes mistakes.For all of your Motorsport Trophies - go to the Trophy Superstore - Motorsport section.
The second Test between Australia and New Zealand ended in a draw on Tuesday with the tourists 217 runs short of their victory target of 321 on a rain-disrupted fifth and final day at the WACA. The tourists had made 104 for two when bad light brought an end to the game, leaving Australia 1-0 up in the series going into the third Test in Adelaide courtesy of their 208-run win in Brisbane last week.Australia skipper Steve Smith had declared for the fourth time in four innings in the series an hour before tea after the hosts had made 385 for seven. New Zealand's 624 had given them a 65-run first-innings lead over Australia's 559-9 declared. Paceman Mitchell Johnson took two for 20 on his final day as an international cricketer after announcing his retirement earlier on Tuesday.For all of your cricketing awards - go to the Trophy Superstore.
Nico Rosberg made it back-to-back race wins over Lewis Hamilton in the Brazilian GP to secure second place in the Drivers' Championship and continue his recent momentum surge. Hamilton's wait for a first victory at the home of his hero Ayrton Senna will stretch into a 10th season after Rosberg withstood several periods of concerted pressure from his Mercedes team-mate to convert pole into victory for the second successive race since the Briton was crowned 2015's champion.In one of Mercedes' most dominant displays of their second title-winning year, as they secured their 11th one-two finish, Ferrari finished in distant third and fourth places with Sebastian Vettel again beating Kimi Raikkonen.Rosberg's win, his fifth of the season, and Vettel's latest third place means it is Mercedes' German driver who will finish second to Hamilton in the standings when the campaign concludes in Abu Dhabi in two weeks' time.Get all of your Motorsport Trophies here.