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Sunday, May 29, 2005
We are having a bad phase
There are times in Formula One when there is only a weeks gap between two races and this is one such incident. I had a poor performance in Monaco last weekend, which saw me retire very early in the race. Actually, for that race, the problems ...
Pakistan shrugs off lethargy, posts win against Korea
Kuala Lumpur: Shrugging off the lethargy that was noticeable in the opening tie against New Zealand, former champion, Pakistan with elegance and efficiency warded off a strong challenge from Korea in the Azlan Shah hockey tournament here on ...
AIFF rules out review of relegation
To introduce professional league by 2006 or the next year
ICC gives all clear to Harbhajan's action
NEW DELHI: "I hope this issue will not bother me any more. I hope I won't have to give any more tests to prove my bowling action," said a much-relieved Harbhajan Singh in response to the International Cricket Council (ICC) granting him clearance ...
West Indies in command
Edwards rips through the Pakistan line-up
Henin rallies to win
PARIS: Justine Henin-Hardenne rallied to win her third round match at the French Open, overcoming a slow start to beat Anabel Medina Garrigues 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 on Saturday. Henin-Hardenne needed 26 minutes just to win a game after falling behind ...
Sporting wins Super Cup
KOZHIKODE: Sporting Club de Goa made up for its disappointment in not winning the National Football League title claiming the ONGC Super Cup with a 3-0 defeat of Dempo Sports Club at the Corporation stadium here on Saturday. For all the goals ...
Two new National records
BANGALORE: Haryana's Rajesh Kaliramana and West Bengal's Jhuma Khatun set new National records in the National youth athletic championship at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium here on Saturday. Rajesh improved on his own mark of 2.04m in the boys' ...
Atwal moves to 14th place
MEMPHIS: Arjun Atwal continued his great run, as he rolled in a card of four-under 66 to move into tied 14th place and set himself up for a possible top-10 finish over the weekend in the Fedex St. Jude's Classic golf tournament. Atwal, who ...
Choi hangs on to lead
SEOUL: Amandeep Johl recovered from an early lapse with a card of two-under 70 to move into the tied fifth position and give himself an outside chance of winning the $500,000 Maekyung Open golf at the Nam Seoul Country Club. Johl's 70 took ...
Racing : Horse
Southern Regent well tuned
BANGALORE: Southern Regent, who has been well tuned, is expected to score in the Karnataka Cup (1,600m), the main event of the races to be held here on Sunday. False rails (width about 2m from 1,600m to the winning post) will be in position. ...
Coral Gables impresses
BANGALORE: Coral Gables, Onnu Onnu Onnu and Seis Corona impressed when the horses were exercised here on Saturday morning. Outer sand 800m: Onnu Onnu Onnu (Jagdale) 57.5, 600/43.5. Responded well to the urgings. ...
Racing : Motor
Heidfeld secures maiden pole
NURBURGRING (Germany): German driver Nick Heidfeld secured his first career pole position when he claimed top spot for the European Grand Prix as the grid was decided on a Saturday for the first time this season. A new qualifying format, ...
Sports : General
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