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Shock as world basketball chief dies suddenly

Leading global sports official Patrick Baumann, who was considered a future IOC president, has died suddenly in Argentina.
Credit: The Age - Published

Soccer - Four-goal Argentina too strong for Iraq in Saudi friendly

Argentina were without Lionel Messi, who is taking a sabbatical from international football, and fielded a new-look side that included one player making his debut and two others their first ever..
Credit: SBS - Published

Galan Lithium working to prove up potentially large lithium brines project in Argentina

Galan Lithium Ltd (ASX:GLN) managing director Juan Pablo Vargas de la Vega updates Proactive Investors on the lithium exploration company’s work defining the Candelas prospect within its Hombre..
Credit: Proactive Investors - Published

Ronaldo among nominees for Ballon d'Or award

The Portugal captain has won the award for the past two years and five times in all, a record he shares with Argentina's Lionel Messi who is also on the list announced on Monday.
Credit: SBS - Published

Moura recalled to Brazil squad after two-year absence

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil have called up Tottenham Hotspur forward Lucas Moura for friendlies against Saudi Arabia and Argentina, national team coordinator Edu Gaspar said on Monday.
Credit: SBS - Published

Cheika spray shouldn't be needed to get Wallabies into gear: Foley

Frustrated that a spray from Michael Cheika was required to kick the Wallabies into gear against Argentina, Bernard Foley was at least pleased by the way the team responded.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Rocket with Argentina satellite blasts off

The Argentinian satellite launched by SpaceX is the first of two that will be used for emergency management and for land monitoring.
Credit: SBS - Published

Wallabies' late revival in Argentina may have saved Cheika's job

When the Wallabies trailed by 24 points at half-time, there was every reason to think Cheika would be punted as Wallabies boss.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Salta stunner saves Cheika's Wallabies job

The axe was hovering at half-time, but Michael Cheika's job as Wallabies coach looks safe after their stunning 24-point comeback against Argentina.
Credit: SBS - Published

Rugby - Victory eases pressure on Cheika but coach needs more wins

SALTA, Argentina (Reuters) - A half-time shellacking from coach Michael Cheika turned around one of the most remarkable rugby internationals in history on Saturday but the Australians will need more..
Credit: SBS - Published

Rugby - Pumas loss could be instrumental to World Cup performances

SALTA, Argentina (Reuters) - Argentina finished the 2018 Rugby Championship with their biggest points haul but a second-half capitulation against Australia in Salta in their final match means it will..
Credit: SBS - Published

Wallabies stage epic comeback over Pumas

The Wallabies came from 24 points down after one of their worst halves of rugby in living memory to beat Argentina 45-34 in Salta on Sunday morning (AEST).
Credit: SBS - Published

Forty minutes of rugby that may just have saved Michael Cheika's job

The second-half comeback against Argentina in Salta following a fearful half-time spray from the coach showed a previously unseen level of resilience from the Wallabies.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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