WADA TO RELEASE 2ND PART OF REPORT ON THURSDAY
THE World Anti-Doping Agency's (Wada's) independent commission will publish the second part of its report into allegations of widespread doping in athletics next week with criminal charges not being ruled out.
The report will be released on Thursday with a media conference to follow in Munich, Wada said in a statement, with chairman Richard Pound to present the findings.
CAVALIERS GET REVENGE ON WIZARDS WITH 121-115 WIN
KYRIE Irving put on a fourth-quarter show on Wednesday, picking up where LeBron James left off to help the Cleveland Cavaliers launch a six-game National Basketball Association road trip with a 121-115 victory over the Washington Wizards.
James scored 30 of his 34 points in the first three quarters and Irving poured in 19 of his 32 in the fourth period as the Cavaliers avenged a 97-85 loss to the Wizards in Cleveland on Dec 1.
SPIETH AND DAY FACE OFF IN HAWAII PGA TOUR EVENT
WORLD No. 1 Jordan Spieth and Australian superstar Jason Day resumed their rivalry yesterday as the first PGA Tour event of 2016 teed off in Hawaii at the US$5.9 million (S$8.5 million) Hyundai Tournament of Champions.
Spieth is determined to extend his scintillating run of form from last season, when he won the Masters and the US Open, finished fourth in the British Open and second in the US PGA Championship.
Like Spieth, Day also enjoyed a breakout 2015, claiming the world No. 1 ranking as well as his first major with victory at the US PGA Championship - one of five victories.
DROGBA QUASHES RETIREMENT RUMOURS
DIDIER Drogba denied reports of his retirement on Wednesday, saying he had not yet taken a decision over his future.
The Montreal Impact striker said he was still in discussions with the Major League Soccer outfit, whom he joined last year.