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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# as it stands

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Car crash victim Degenkolb back in business on Tour
Amazingly Dan Martin, who woke up feeling “much, much better” after his crash on Saturday, kept pace.
Froome booed as BMC edge Sky in team time-trial
Belgian team Quick Step came third at seven seconds.
Spieth stumbles, McIlroy in hunt at PGA Travelers
The Down native is three strokes adrift of early clubhouse leader Brian Harman.
Top-ranked Johnson grabs share of US Open lead
England’s Ian Poulter and American Scott Piercy were in the clubhouse on one-under 69.
Ricciardo records fastest lap in history of Monaco GP, crash woe for Verstappen
Kimi Raikkonen qualified fourth in the second Ferrari ahed of fellow Finn Valtteri Bottas.
Reed soars to three-stroke lead over McIlroy at Masters
Light morning rain made the challenging Augusta National greens slightly more receptive.
Woods one-over in rollercoaster return to Riviera, McIlroy recovers from three bogeys
The American hit some wild drives and ultimately signed for a one-over 72.
Tiger Woods exits stage right as drama unfolds at Torrey Pines
Alex Noren and Jason Day were locked in a playoff duel as darkness fell.
Mixed start for Tiger Woods at Torrey Pines
The 42-year-old superstar is playing his first Tour event since missing the cut at the same competition last year.
Here's how the race for the 8 Champions Cup quarter-final berths stands
A big day of European rugby awaits tomorrow.
A dream start for Australia in the Ashes, as problems mount up for England
David Warner and Cameron Bancroft cemented a crushing 10-wicket victory.
At home Sergio Garcia takes one-shot lead at Valderrama
Shane Lowry remains the best placed of the Irish stars.
Leishman in command at BMW Championship, McIlroy out of the picture
The Northern Irish golfer can no longer make the Fedex Cup after another disappointing day.
Spieth rides hot putter to share lead, McIlroy seven shots off him
World number one Dustin Johnson, Venezuela’s Jhonattan Vegas and Rickie Fowler are also going well.
Nicholas Roche moves up a place while Froome maintains Vuelta lead
Poland’s Tomasz Marczynski claimed stage six.
Trentin wins fourth stage, Nicolas Roche still third at Vuelta
Meanwhile, Britain’s Chris Froome has maintained the overall lead.
Kisner surges clear as McIlroy struggles at US PGA Championship
The American star moved into a four-shot lead at Quail Hollow midway through day two.
Graeme McDowell two shots off the lead in Texas
Meanwhile, Danny Lee and red-hot Kevin Kisner are in a four-way tie for the lead halfway through
Mark Selby late show leaves World Championship final in the balance
A potentially disastrous day at the office ended with the defending champion trailing by just three frames.
Rory McIlroy charges but US duo lead at Bay Hill
Charley Hoffman curled in the shot of the tournament at the US PGA event.
Rory McIlroy trails leader Storm by three in SA Open
Meanwhile, South African Jbe Kruger carded a 69 and Englishman Jordan Smith a 66 to share third place.
Brambilla at the double as Dumoulin struggles on Giro
Meanwhile, Ireland’s Nicolas Roche and Philip Deignan finished in 51st and 147th place respectively.
Strong showing sees Ireland's Peter Lawrie move into contention in Morocco
Italy’s Francesco Laporta a one-shot lead at the Trophee Hassan II.
Ding falls behind in gruelling World Championship final
The 29-year-old is bidding to become the first Asian to win the world title.
Rory McIlroy grabs WGC Doral lead with bogey-free 68
The 26-year-old Irish golfer is seeking to claim his 12th US PGA Tour title.
Disappointment for Shane Lowry at Phoenix Open, as Danny Lee leads
The Irish golfer struggled on the back nine this evening
Here's how the race for the 8 Champions Cup quarter-final berths stands
The runners and riders in contention for the knock-out stages of this year’s competition.
Leicester's 10-match unbeaten run comes to an end at Anfield
Substitute Christian Benteke earned his side all three points.
Northern Ireland and Wales on brink of history - here's who can qualify for Euro 2016
There’s plenty of football still to be played as the stakes are raised.
Ireland's Nicolas Roche had to recover from a bad crash at the Vuelta today
Meanwhile, Italian Kristian Sbaragli claimed his first Grand Tour victory in a sprint finish.
2 Irish cyclists are in the Vuelta's top 4 as it stands
Meanwhile, Caleb Ewan celebrated the biggest win of his career.
With one round left, Ireland's Paul Dunne is joint-leader of the Open at St Andrews
What an incredible day of golf it’s been.
Ireland's Paul Dunne inside the top 10, but Dustin leads the way at St Andrews
Paul Dunne is just four off the lead at St Andrews.
'Pure happiness' for Martin* as he triumphs at Tour de France stage 4
*Not the one you’re thinking of.
Texan duo lead US Open as Tiger Woods crashes out
World number one Rory McIlroy and six-time US Open runner-up Phil Mickelson both punched their tickets into the weekend.
Sepp Blatter elected for fifth term as Fifa president after Prince Ali concedes
The 79-year-old has vowed to lead the organisation out of the corruption “storm” it has become embroiled in.
McIlroy left frustrated at Wentworth, Harrington walks off after two holes
Italy’s Francesco Molinari headed the leaderboard at the end of the first day.
Munster, Ulster and Connacht will all be in playoff action next weekend
The semi-final pairings weren’t known until the last moments of today’s games.
Halfway through the campaign, where does last night's draw leave Ireland in Group D?
France 2016 seems a long way off but the Boys in Green are just about still in the hunt.
Two from two - where does yesterday's Cricket World Cup win leave Ireland in Pool B?
How many more wins do we need to reach the knock-out stages?