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Friday, July 02, 2004
Zimbabwe given two weeks to settle dispute
LONDON, JULY 1. The International Cricket Council has given Zimbabwe's officials two weeks to settle a bitter dispute over player selection. If the Zimbabwe Cricket Union and its players can't resolve the issue, the ICC said on Thursday it ...
ICC to review future tours programme
LONDON, JULY 1. The ten-year Future Tours Programme of the International Cricket Council is all set for a revamp with the game's world governing body today saying it was seeking to put into place a ``better model'' which would take into account ...
India `A' team to tour Zimbabwe
MUMBAI, JULY 1. The Indian `A' team is expected play three four-day matches in Zimbabwe this July-August on its way back from the triangular series in Nairobi, Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Joint Secretary Prof. Ratnakar Shetty ...
Sharapova stages a great comeback to make the final
LONDON, JULY 1. When you are flown a few thousand miles at age seven by a father with a prince's fortune of $700 in his wallet and then forced to trade backhands and forehands in an alien land, surrounded by total strangers, separated from your ...
From Henmania to `Henmoania'
LONDON, JULY 1. Tim Henman had the home-court advantage on Wednesday, with Centre Court fans even violating Wimbledon etiquette by cheering his opponent's double-faults. There were not nearly enough of those, and `Henmania' turned to ...
Sweet revenge for Sugiyama
NEW DELHI, JULY 1. Top-seeded Norikazu Sugiyama of Japan won the ITF Satellite tennis circuit, taking an unassailable lead in the Masters event at the DLTA Complex here on Thursday. Sugiyama beat the third seed Joshua Goodall of Britain 6-2, ...
Parul, Sai lose in quarterfinals
NEW DELHI, JULY 1. Parul Goswami made it to the quarterfinals of the $10,000 ITF women's tennis tournament in Tlemcen, Algeria, according to information received here. Parul beat Dora Kiss of Hungary 6-3, 6-0 and the seventh-seeded Mariana Muci ...
Portugal on the threshold of glory
LISBON, JULY 1.Portugal edged their way into the Euro 2004 final to be played at Lisbon's Estadio da Luz on Sunday but let there be no talk of home comforts. Wednesday's winners have been anxious hosts from the outset of the competition and ...
Double for Lyubov
MANILA, JULY 1. Sri Lankan Olympic medallist Susanthika Jayasinghe, struggling with a leg injury, finished behind rival Perpelova Lyubov of Uzbekistan, who won both of the women's dashes on Thursday in the third and final leg of the third Asian ...
Addicted to chaos, aiming for calm the Tyson story
LOUISVILLE (KENTUCKY), JULY 1. A humble and reflective Mike Tyson said that he was through with the chaos that enveloped his life and is serious about one final comeback. ``I may have a chequered past, but I've grown up since then,'' said ...
A few tips to golfers
BANGALORE, JULY 1. A handy tip to golfers at the Karnataka Golf Association was unveiled at the course by D. Preetam Basappa, President of KGA, here on Tuesday. A 6ft-4ft poster, which humourously depicts the golden rules of the game as well as ...
It's Stockholm's turn
STOCKHOLM, JULY 1. Landing in a special jet painted in Olympic colours and dubbed the `Zeus,' the Olympic flame was greeted by a throng of spectators as it began its relay through the capital, the site of the 1912 Summer Games, on Thursday. At ...
Racing : Horse
Pune season from July 15
PUNE, JULY 1. The preparations for the opening day of the Pune racing season (July 15) are in full swing here. Horses which are likely to contest on the first day are being minutely trained on the well-laid sand track (training track). The ...
Racing : Motor
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