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Lead won't change Stenson approach

Henrik Stenson is on the cusp of winning the Race to Dubai, but he says his one shot lead will not change his approach for Sunday's final round at the DP World Tour Championship.

(01:00) | November 17, 2013



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Tiger Woods Parts Ways With Coach Foley

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Tiger's Next Coach

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Fowler: Pace and patience the key

Golf Video: Rickie Fowler says he's staying patient after an opening round of 68 at the Barclays in New Jersey.

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Is there a group of death?

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Juventus, Valencia bid for Chicharito

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Pardew: There's pressure to win

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Allardyce: Must turn performances into results

Premier League: West Ham manager Sam Allarydce has been pleased with his side's form despite their losses.

(00:36) | Aug 28, 2014

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Hodgson: Rooney the perfect choice

International Football: Roy Hodgson has explained why he has named Wayne Rooney as the new Engladn captain following Steven Gerrard's retirement from international football. Courtesy of FATV.

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Platini calls for FIFA transparency

International Football: UEFA President Michel Platini has called on football's governing body to be more transparent ahead of next year's Presidency elections.

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