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Sunday, July 04, 2004
`We have to reach peak performance level'
CHENNAI, JULY 3. Indian coach John Wright is clear about the areas he wants the Asia Cup probables to work on during the six-day camp, which began at the Chidambaram Stadium here on Saturday. "The coming week is very important. The boys have ...
Coimbatore scrapes through
COIMBATORE, JULY 3. A defiant 50-run partnership between Imran Khan and R. Siddharth was instrumental in host Coimbatore registering a thrilling one-wicket win over Madurai in the TNCA under-17 inter-district cricket tournament for the P.R. ...
Sharapova stuns Serena
LONDON, JULY 3.With that exclamation, the future of women's tennis arrived shortly before 3.30 p.m. today, golden mane blowing in the wind, a million-dollar smile of sheer disbelief plastered on a teenaged face that might not be out of place in a ...
`Siberian Siren' too loud?
LONDON, JULY 4.Sharapova's image was splashed all over British TV and newspapers on Friday after the 17-year-old Russian beat Lindsay Davenport in the semifinals and became the third-youngest Wimbledon women's finalist. The Daily Mail ...
Easy win for KSP
BANGALORE, JULY 3. Karnataka State Police redeemed itself with a 4-1 victory over Central Excise in the V. Karunakaran and D.S. Murthy memorial all-India inter-club hockey tournament here on Saturday. KSP had lost its earlier fixture against ...
It's Portuguese daring vs Grecian tenacity
LISBON, JULY 3. If the worst comes to the worst this could be the final to give romance a bad name. Two of the smaller nations, with populations of about 10 million apiece, will be striving for the European Championship on Sunday, but whose heart ...
Billiards & Snooker
Adams takes 2-1 lead
TRIPOLI (LIBYA), JULY 3. Grandmaster Michael Adams of England made a decisive ride forward for his maiden berth in the World chess championship finals after drawing with Grandmaster Teimour Radjabov of Azerbaijan in the third game here on ...
Racing : Horse
Glorious Colours in fine nick
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Agnishwar rewrites record
JAIPUR, JULY 3. J. Agnishwar of Tamil Nadu challenged the supremacy of swimmers from Karnataka and Maharashtra by winning the 200m breaststroke with a record timing of 2.38.11 in the national junior aquatics championship on Saturday which saw ...
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