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Hamilton Wins in Brazil, Keeps Title Hopes Alive

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Lewis Hamilton produced a masterful performance to win a wet, chaotic, crash-strewn Brazilian Grand Prix and take the title fight to the final race.

His ninth win of 2016 came in a race with several high-speed accidents, two stoppages and five safety cars.

The victory cut the lead of his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg, who finished second, to 12 points.

Rosberg will secure the championship if he finishes third in Abu Dhabi on 27 November even if Hamilton wins.

As one of the most dramatic races for years unfolded, Hamilton was supreme at the front in treacherous conditions, lapping consistently faster than anyone.

After each restart, Hamilton cruised easily away from Rosberg - building at one stage an 18-second lead in 14 laps before another safety car cut his lead to nothing.

His victory is the 52nd of his career, making him the second most successful race winner of all time ahead of Alain Prost (51). Michael Schumacher is way ahead on 91.

Red Bull's Dutch driver Max Verstappen used incredible skill and gusto and fought up from 13th place to pass Force India's Sergio Perez to take third into the fast Mergulho corner with two laps to go.

It was without question the most outstanding drive of an already stellar career that started only last year.

And it also included an almost unbelievable moment when Verstappen had a half-spin on the straight but recovered the car and got going again without losing second place to Rosberg.

Perez held on for fourth, less than a second ahead of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel, who survived a spin earlier in the race out of the last corner.

At the bottom of the top 10, Felipe Nasr scored a critical ninth place for Sauber. The result gives the Swiss team their first points of the season and moves them ahead of Manor into 10th in the championship.

If they hold on to that, it will be worth in the region of $16m in prize money to the team - BBC

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FIVB U23: Kenya Qualify for World Championships

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Kenya U23 women’s national volleyball teams has qualified for the 2017 World U23 Championship slated for next year in Slovenia.

Kenya beat Rwanda 3-1 (25-23,23-25,25-22,25-19) in a nail biting match at the Kasarani Gymnasium on Thursday evening to book  

The match started off with a neck and neck affair at 4-4 before Ann Lowem’s spike gave Kenya an 8-6 lead into the 1st Technical Time Out.

However, poor service and reception cost Kenya after the break as Rwanda went 10-12 up. Kenya coach Catherine Mabwi was forced to call for a Time Out as her side trailed 15-12.

Poor reception from Kenya saw Rwanda take a 10-12 lead, Kenya coach Catherine Mabwi had to call for time as her side trailed 15-12.

The decision paid off with Yvonne Sinaida’s spikes narrowing the gap to two points before Rwanda went into the 2nd Technical Time Out(TTO) leading 16-13.

Mabwi then brought in Pauline Wafula for Sinaida.

Wafula combined well with Lowem to draw level 19-19 as the tempo of game increased with both teams exchanging leads before Uwimbabazi Leo and Irakoze Belyse’s errors handed Kenya a first set 25-23. Both teams exchanged the lead before Kenya forced attack errors from Uwimbabazi Leo and Irakoze Belyse to claim the first set 25-23.

Much like the first set, the second set went back-and-forth between the two teams. With the set tied at 2-2, Kenya went on a 8-5 run into the 1st TTO thanks to Wafula, Wavinya, Lowem and Doreen Marani’s spikes.

Kenya suffered an injury blow midway through the set when Wavinya was forced out with a finger injury paving way for Edna Mwombe as the hosts led 16-12 into the 2nd TTO.

After the break, Rwanda capitalised on Kenya’s concentration lapse to tie the scores at 17-17 before Lowem and Wafula made it 20-18.

In the earlier fixture, Egypt finished their remarkable unbeaten run in the tournament by thrashing Botswana by straight sets of 25-16,25-10 and 25-19 respectively to finish the tournament unbeaten.

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