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Steph continues to do Twell in New York; UPDATE.

STEPH TWELL produced her fastest 5K "Dash to the Finish" race in New York's her return to top form.

STEPH TWELL produced her fastest K since 2010 to finish third in the "Dsince 2010 to finish third in the "D ash to the Finish" race in New York's Central Park to further prove her return to top form.

The 25-year-old Scot, who has been competing sparingly in 2014, came 14th at the Commonwealth Games but started her winter season with successive wins.

been competing sparingly in 2014, came 14th at the Games but started her winter season with successive wins.

And she maintained her push with a time of 16 minutes and 12 seconds as World Triathlon champion Gwen Jorgensen claimed victory.

Great Britain international Beth Potter came ninth with the Glaswegian ending up 56 seconds behind the winner.

CURLING: Eve Muirhead failed to reach the knockout stages at The Masters in Selkirk despite winning her final round-robin fixture.

The former world champion joined fellow Scot David Murdoch in making an early exit after losing her first three matches. A closing 6-4 victory over Canadian Sherry Anderson offered little consolation.

TENNIS: Linlithgow's Colin Fleming and ex-Wimbledon champion Jonny Marray bowed out in the Geneva Open semi-finals after losing 6-3 7-6 (7-2) to second seeds Johan Brunstrom (Sweden) and Nick Monroe (USA).

SNOOKER: Four-time world champion John Higgins is in dire need of a morale-boosting victory when he faces Kent's Barry HawkinBarry Hawkins K in the opening round of the Champion of Champions in Coventry today.

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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
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Date:Nov 3, 2014
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