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Aussie teen youngest to sail world

15 May 2010

SYDNEY – An Australian teen completed her around-the-world trek yesterday, becoming the youngest person to sail solo, non-stop and unassisted around the world after a seven-month journey. Read More


COZIER ON CRICKET: Aussies, Brits most worthy

15 May 2010

ONCE they hit the back straight, the feature event, for the ICC Twenty20 Trophy, was purely a two-horse race.After jostling for positions out of the stalls and overcoming a few minor bumps over the first furlong, the entrants in the green and gold and the red, white... Read More

Ruling on SA runner by July

15 May 2010

DOHA, Qatar – A solution to the controversy over the gender of South African runner Caster Semenya will be reached by the end of June, says president of the International Association of Athletics Federations, (IAAF) Lamine Diack. Read More

Drogba delights Chelsea

15 May 2010

WEMBLEY – Didier Drogba scored his 37th goal of the season yesterday to give Chelsea a 1-0 victory over Portsmouth in the English FA Cup final and complete the Premier League champions’ first domestic double. Read More

Bryant upsets sibling

15 May 2010

DYNAMIC former Barbados and Caribbean Junior Squash Champion Bryant Cumberbatch produced a significant upset at the semi-final stage of the 36th annual National Squash Championships on Friday night at Marine Gardens in Hastings, Christ Church. Read More


15 May 2010

Australia are five-time winners of the Women’s World Cup, with the most recent victory in 2005. Read More


A crowning glory

15 May 2010

FOR MANY, the women’s World Twenty20 final is nothing more than a side attraction to the main event. For those involved, however, it will be just as special as the men's final. Read More


15 May 2010

AUSTRALIA reached the semi-final of 2007 World Twenty20 tournament despite having lost to Zimbabwe in the Group Stage. Read More

Heavyweights going toe-to-toe

15 May 2010

IN THE yellow corner is a multiple champion that has won every belt barring one.In the blue corner is an uncrowned contender that has looked ominous in search of its first belt. Read More

Lara favours England to win

15 May 2010

LEGENDARY West Indies batsman Brian Lara expects the World Twenty20 Championship final to be a cracker but says England could tear up the form books by beating the imperious Australians. Read More

Hussey: Tests my first love

15 May 2010

TWENTY20 cricket is fast and sweet but Test matches are the real deal! Read More

Golden girl Burrowes

15 May 2010

JALISA BURROWES won two gold medals to make a great start for the tenth anniversary of the Austin Sealy Invitational Trac Classic yesterday afternoon at the National Stadium. Read More

Schools Cricket Scores

15 May 2010

SCORES on the first day of first-round matches in the Goddard Enterprises Schools’ Competition yesterday: Read More

Division 1 Scoreboards

15 May 2010

Division 1 Scorebards Read More


15 May 2010

FOUR CAPTAINS got a chance to hold onto the two ICC World Twenty20 trophies at Kensington Oval yesterday. Read More

Richards blasts off

15 May 2010

DALE RICHARDS welcomed the new season with a blistering 103 as TeleBarbados Carlton plundered the Barbados Youth bowling attack en route to a whopping 444 for seven off just 70 overs on the opening day of the 2010 Barbados Cricket Association Division 1 Competition... Read More

First win for Migun Temple

15 May 2010

UNDER CLOUDY SKIES and on a soft race track, three-year-old bay colt Migun Temple handed in his maiden certificate with a superb three-and-three-quarter lengths victory in the feature race, The Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company Trophy, over 7.8 furlongs at the Garrison... Read More


15 May 2010

How they ran yesterday. Read More

Looking At Lucky wins

15 May 2010

BALTIMORE, Maryland – Lookin At Lucky won the Preakness Stakes yesterday, ending Super Saver’s bid to become the first United States Triple Crown winner in 32 years. Read More

Chappell- Pakistan lucky to be in semis

14 May 2010

FORMER AUSTRALIA captain Ian Chappell believes Pakistan are "fortunate" to reach the semi-final stage of the World Twenty20 Championships after a patchy performance in the tournament. Read More

Collingwood gives bowlers credit

14 May 2010

ENGLAND captain Paul Collingwood may be out of form with the bat Read More


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