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Republican politician won't give up his lifestyle to run for the White House

The Sports Matrix: Thursday 20 September 2012

Oscar shines but Chelsea squander lead to draw 2-2

The Sports Matrix: Wednesday 19 September 2012

Pietersen left out of England squad for India tour

The Sports Matrix: Tuesday 18 September 2012

Super-sub Ba's double denies Everton victory

The Sports Matrix: Monday 17 September 2012

Defoe doubles up to give Spurs and AVB a first victory

The Sports Matrix: Thursday 13 September 2012

Major row brewing after English clubs sign £152m TV deal

The Sports Matrix: Wednesday 12 September 2012

Champion Murray sees title win as just the beginning

The Sports Matrix: Tuesday 11 September 2012

Virus worry for England ahead of Ukraine match

The Sports Matrix: Monday 10 September 2012

Weir takes fourth gold as Games draw to close

The Sports Matrix: Friday 7 September 2012

Peacock beats Pistorius to cap golden evening

The Sports Matrix: Thursday 6 September 2012

Injured Johnson withdraws from Moldova match

The Sports Matrix: Wednesday 5 September 2012

Weir battles to victory in 1500m for second gold

The Sports Matrix: Tuesday 4 September 2012

Rodgers rejects bringing Owen back to Anfield

The Sports Matrix: Monday 3 September 2012

Hamilton in hot water as Button cruises to victory

The Sports Matrix: Friday 31 August 2012

Carroll seals loan move to West Ham as Reds cut losses

The Sports Matrix: Thursday 30 August 2012

Strauss takes "tough decision" to depart the sport

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