Jun 25, 2005

All about Aussies and Victory

THERE could not have been a more dramatic end to this year's Sultan Azlan Shah Trophy hockey tournament than what one witnessed at Bukit Jalil ...

Briefing

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All about Aussies and Victory

THERE could not have been a more dramatic end to this year's Sultan Azlan Shah Trophy hockey tournament than what one witnessed at Bukit Jalil ...

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GIRLS interrupted

SINCE the Open era began in 1968, U.S. women's tennis has been a chain without a weak link. From Billie Jean King to the Williams sisters, with ...

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Readying for the big leap

FOR champion squash player Joshna Chinappa the day of reckoning is fast approaching. S. R. SURYANARAYAN ...

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He's a Dolly good fellow

Forget cricket and international recognition, the biggest privileges that England gave Basil D'Oliveira — from the time he first landed as a ...

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A captain in the making?

When Greg Chappell draws a vision of Virender Sehwag as a possible leader of men in the near future, the managers of Indian cricket cannot ...

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World Cup 2007 can silence sceptics

THE cricket world awaits July 19, 2005. On that day, in Port of Spain, Trinidad, the dates and full match schedules of the 2007 ICC Cricket ...

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