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Friday, August 27, 2004
Sachin still the best
AMSTERDAM, AUG. 26.There may be difference of opinion on how Sachin Tendulkar's batting has changed over the years, but former South African opener Barry Richards insists that the Indian is still the best batsman in the world. Richards, ...
'Keepers are born: Engineer
AMSTELVEEN, AUG. 26. A dasher, a flamboyant wicket-keeper, and a colourful personality. He for sure would have solved India's problems of whether to pick an additional batsman who can keep or opt for a specialist. Farokh Engineer played most of ...
Phillips, Moffit make it 1-2 in long jump
ATHENS, AUG. 26. Dwight Phillips led a 1-2 finish for the United States in men's long jump, jumping 8.59m on his first try to win the gold medal. U.S. college champion John Moffitt was second with a personal best of 8.47. Joan Lino Martinez of ...
Hamish takes triathlon gold
ATHENS, AUG. 26. Hamish Carter of New Zealand won the men's triathlon beating a strong field and his compatriot Bevan Docherty for the gold at the Vouliagmeni course here on Thursday. "Today was my day. What a dream come true. We wanted to beat ...
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