Sports World: Collect your ST Run race pack this week

Collect your ST Run race pack this week

Participants who did not collect their Straits Times Run at the Hub race packs last weekend can still do so at Infinitus Productions, 52 Ubi Avenue 3, #04-41, Frontier from today till Friday (11am-6pm, except on public holiday).

Race packs can also be collected on the event day on Sunday at the information booth near the baggage deposit area from 3.30am till 8am.

Indian cricket chief dies of heart ailment

NEW DELHI • Indian cricket chief Jagmohan Dalmiya, who oversaw the country's rise as the game's financial powerhouses, died on Sunday months after his comeback at the helm of the national board.

The 75-year-old president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India died in a Kolkata hospital after falling critically ill with a heart condition.


Klopp not in running for M'gladbach job

BERLIN • Juergen Klopp will not take over at German side Borussia Moenchengladbach as the Bundesliga club hunt for Lucien Favre's replacement following his shock resignation.

After losing their opening five matches to go bottom of the Bundesliga, Favre resigned in the wake of his team's 1-0 defeat by Cologne on Saturday.


Audi to partner Red Bull in F1?

BERLIN • German carmaker Audi is close to finalising a deal for a Formula One racing team with Red Bull as its main sponsor from 2018, reported Auto Bild.

A spokesman for Audi said he could not confirm the report in the German magazine, which said it was only a matter of signing the deal that had already been approved by the company's bosses.


Davis Cup comes first for Murray

GLASGOW • Andy Murray said he may skip this year's World Tour Finals to prepare for Great Britain's Davis Cup final against Belgium in November.

He inspired Britain to victory over Australia in the semi-finals, securing their first appearance in a final since 1978 with a straight-sets defeat of Bernard Tomic in Glasgow on Sunday.


A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on September 22, 2015, with the headline 'Sports World'. Print Edition | Subscribe