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Sunday, January 18, 2004
Nehra shoulders a heavy responsibility
BRISBANE, JAN. 17.It's time Ashish Nehra proves his mettle. Regarded for long as a man with the golden arm, the left-arm seamer has completed his `rest and rehabilitation' period after he was stricken by a nagging ankle injury two days before the ...
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Tough climb to the top the Aussie way
BRISBANE, JAN. 17. Australia has built a reputation on the sporting field for toughness. This doesn't happen by accident, for it has a lot to do with attitude and the conditions in which we grow up. We have a climate that encourages outdoor ...
Moya sprains ankle, hands title to Hewitt
SYDNEY, JAN. 17. Third-seeded Carlos Moya injured his right ankle and was forced to quit in the first set against Lleyton Hewitt in the men's final of the Adidas International here on Saturday. The injury put Moya in doubt for the Australian ...
Mahesh pockets doubles title in Auckland
NEW DELHI, JAN. 17. Mahesh Bhupathi, in partnership with Fabrice Santoro of France, recovered from the brink of defeat at 4-6, 3-5 in the final against Jiri Novak and Radek Stepanek of the Czech Republic, to clinch his 32nd career title in the ...
Sandy makes it a no contest, claims title
HYDERABAD, JAN. 17. Sandy Gumulya claimed the $10,000 Soma-Seven Hills International Tennis Federation women's tournament singles crown with a facile 6-1, 6-3 win over Rushmi Chakravarthi at the Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh complex here on ...
Pointers favour Australia
KUALA LUMPUR, JAN. 17. While the destination of the Azlan Shah hockey Cup is to be determined on Sunday. Pakistan and Australia both have won the title three times, Pakistan being the defending champion. Pointers favour Australia, which has ...
PSPB in both finals
HYDERABAD, JAN. 17. Hot favourites Petroleum Sports Promotion Board (PSPB) inched closer towards retaining both the men's and women's titles in the 59th inter-State and 68th senior National badminton championship at the KVBR indoor Stadium in ...
Meenakshi becomes WGM
MUMBAI, JAN. 17. When Pravin Thipsay won the 1985 edition of the Commonwealth championship, the only sore point in his performance was the defeat to Nigel Short. Today, after 19 years, Thipsay did not allow the British Grandmaster any liberties. ...
Atwal makes the cut
NEW DELHI, JAN. 17. Star golfer Arjun Atwal strung together a well-compiled two-under 68 to make the cut at the Sony Open in Hawai, his first outing on the prestigious US PGA Tour. Atwal, who became the first ever Indian to qualify for the ...
KSEB women stun S. Railway
CHENNAI, JAN. 17. Kerala State Electricity Board scored a 23-25, 25-16, 25-14, 25-23 victory over the women's defending champion Southern Railway, Chennai, on the second day of the Nutrine Maha Lacto Super League volleyball at the Nehru indoor ...
Tejinder betters snatch record
NEW DELHI, JAN. 17. Tejinder Singh of Police set a new National record in snatch, but failed to lift himself to the overall title in the men's 85-kg class, in the National weightlifting championships at the Karnail Singh Stadium here on ...
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