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Friday, September 10, 2004
A mini-World Cup?
Assemble the best cricketers in the world for a fortnight crammed with do-or-die one-day matches and something exciting is bound to happen. But it's hard to say, at the outset of the ICC Champions Trophy, just what form the excitement will take, ...
Grand spectacle begins today
SOUTHAMPTON, SEPT. 9. The annual boat show this weekend is a greater attraction here than the ICC Champions Trophy. The dwindling crowds at county matches and the lack of interest among the people for anything other than the `Ashes' may give the ...
Davenport, Kuznetsova advance on rainy day
NEW YORK, SEPT. 9.By the time Lindsay Davenport got on the court after a long, rainy day at the U.S. Open, there were only about 100 fans in the stands.
Paes-Rikl in semifinals
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 9.Leander Paes and David Rikl of Czech Republic took another big step towards the men's doubles title advancing to the semifinals in the U.S. Open tennis championships in New York. The 13th seeded duo beat Feliciano Lopez and ...
Shiv allows Mukesh to catch up
CHENNAI, SEPT. 9. The 22-year-old Shiv Kapur was at his best except for the last four holes on the penultimate round of the Amby Valley-Madras Gymkhana Club golf open at the Gymkhana links here on Thursday. Stroking and putting well for most ...
Sports : General
India finds its rhythm finally
DOHA, SEPT. 9. India found its touch rather late in the 12th Asian junior men's volleyball championship, as it crushed Oman 25-18, 25-21, 25-20 in a play-off match at the Khalifa complex here on Thursday. For the first time in the tournament, ...
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