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Tuesday, June 10, 2003
Chandana carries Lankans to series win
BRIDGETOWN (BARBADOS), JUNE 9. Upul Chandana ruined Brian Lara's party with a match-winning knock of 89 as Sri Lanka stunned the West Indies by four wickets in the second one-dayer to gain an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series here ...
Roland Garros feels the J-force
PARIS, JUNE 9.The French Open felt the full effect of the J-force as Juan Carlos Ferrero and Justine Henin conquered Roland Garros and snapped up the men's and women's singles crowns. The champions were laughing all the way to the bank after ...
Italy or Spain, Beckham's England place assured
LONDON, JUNE 9. David Beckham was told by England's head coach, Sven-Goran Eriksson, that his place in England's starting XI was assured regardless of whether the midfielder moved to a new club such as AC Milan, Barcelona or Real Madrid or stayed ...
Sri Lankan sprint queens finish on a high note
MANILA, JUNE 9. Sri Lankan sprint queens Susanthika Jayasinge and Damayanthi Darsha won their events on Monday in the fourth and final leg of the 2nd Asian Grand Prix athletics tour. Susanthika, the Asian Games record-holder at 100 metres, ...
Chatwinder puts out Punna
CHANDIGARH, JUNE 9.Wildcard Chatwinder Singh played well when required and pulled through 7-5, 1-6, 7-5 against Punna Vishal in the first round of the ITF Satellite tennis circuit second leg at the CLTA Complex here on Monday. After stuttering ...
Prachura, Srinath take sole lead
KOZHIKODE, JUNE 9.The monsoon is here. The nights are a bit cooler, and the days a lot less humid. But the battle is hotting up in the Asian youth chess championship. At the end of the third round at Hotel Asma Tower on Monday, there are ...
From street fighter to Hall of Famer
CANASTOTA (NEW YORK), JUNE 9. For once, George Foreman wasn't the dope at the end of Muhammad Ali's rope. And he wasn't selling anything, either. And it felt so good. ``It's wonderful. Finally, I'm not the Grillman,'' Foreman said on Sunday ...
Czech Republic, Bulgaria keep winning
LAUSANNE, JUNE 9. Bulgaria making its first World League appearance in four years and the Czech Republic, a debutant, were the surprise leaders in their respective pools after the completion of four weeks of the $ 15 million World ...
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