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Portuguese motorbike rider Paulo Goncalves has died after a crash during Sunday’s Dakar Rally seventh stage, organisers announced.

Dakar Rally: Portuguese rider Paulo Goncalves dies after crash

Portuguese motorbike rider Paulo Goncalves has died after a crash during Sunday’s Dakar Rally seventh stage, organisers announced.
Anthony Joshua (left) aims to win back the IBF, WBA and WBO titles he lost to Andy Ruiz Jr last June in the rematch in Saudi Arabia in December. Andrew Couldridge-Action Images via Reuters

Andy Ruiz: I’ll make more history against Anthony Joshua in Saudi rematch

Heavyweight champion Andy Ruiz Jr promised on Wednesday that history would repeat itself when he takes on Anthony Joshua in December’s controversial rematch in Saudi Arabia.

Spanish driver Carlos Sainz wins his 2nd Dakar Rally title

"I am very happy because this was a very difficult Dakar, I needed this victory," Sainz said. His first title was in 2010 when he drove for Volkswagen in the second South American edition of the rally.

Andre Villas-Boas quits Dakar Rally after injuring back in crash

Former Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur manager Andre Villas-Boas says he is "safe and well" but disappointed after being forced to withdraw from the Dakar Rally following a crash that left him hospitalised with a back injury.

Andre Villas-Boas to drive in Dakar Rally after quitting Shanghai SIPG

Former Chelsea and Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has quit his post at Shanghai SIPG and will drive in the Dakar Rally from January.

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