Jan 24, 2014
Reliability not speed key to F1 glory in 2014, says Lauda
The Formula One world championship will not be decided by speed in 2014 but by the team who can produce the most reliable car, according to F1 legend Niki Lauda.
Pages: While Cebu rains, it's scorcing hot in Oz
IF THERE'S one country I'd love to visit, it's Down Under. Located down under our Philippines, Australia is famous for kangaroos, the Great Barrier Reef and open-sea swimming , the Sydney Opera House, and this favorite pastime of Australians: sports.
Hewitt among great grand slam survivors
Golf great Jack Nicklaus won 18 majors, tennis legends Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova each captured 18 grand slam singles crowns and swimming superstar Michael Phelps amassed 18 Olympic gold medals.
The New Zealand Herald
World Sports at 1330 GMT
MANCHESTER, England Beleaguered Manchester United looks to avoid a fourth straight defeat for the first time in 53 years when it hosts Swansea in the Premier League, while Chelsea can leapfrog Arsenal and Manchester City to go top overnight by beating Hull away in one of six other games.
The Winnipeg Free Press
Djokovic, Federer enlist tennis greats ahead of Australian Open; Williams sticks with formula
Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer witnessed Andy Murray's drought-breaking successes after he hired Ivan Lendl as coach, and decided they were due for an overhaul of a major kind.