Saturday, July 27, 2013

Usain Bolt Returned His Triple Olympic Glory To London



LONDON - Usain Bolt returned to the scene of his triple Olympic glory and duly delivered for 60,000 camera-flashing fans as he overcame a slow start to win the 100 metres and give the London Anniversary Games the Friday finale it demanded.

Bolt delivers on return to London



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Sauber to keep control despite Russian deal

BUDAPEST - Sauber's new trio of Russian partners will put the financially-troubled Swiss Formula One team on a solid footing without taking control of it, principal Monisha Kaltenborn said on Saturday.

 

Pacquiao predicts toe-to-toe battle against Rios

MACAU - Filipino boxing great Manny Pacquiao has predicted an all out slugfest with American Brandon Rios on November 24 as he looks to get back to winning ways and silence retirement talks after two consecutive losses.

 

Dhawan ton helps India ease to ODI win over Zimbabwe

REUTERS - Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan blasted his third career one-day international century to lay the foundation for his team's comfortable 58-run win over hosts Zimbabwe in the second game of the five-match series in Harare on Friday.

 

Miller helps South Africa to first win in series

REUTERS - An explosive unbeaten 85 from David Miller and some hostile bowling by the fast bowlers helped South Africa to beat Sri Lanka by 56 runs in Pallekele on Friday and stay alive in the five-match series.

Scientists say a mathematical model explains how sprinter Usain Bolt can reach such an extraordinary record-breaking speed

Usain Bolt is pleased with his fastest 100m of the year at the Anniversary Games in London's Olympic Stadium.

Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting says his two-month spell at Surrey has been a "special" experience.

F1 concludes a new seven-year deal binding the teams, governing body and commercial arm together.

GB's Sophie Kamlish wins bronze in the T44 200m on the final day of track action at the IPC World Championships in Lyon.

Lewis Hamilton surprises himself by beating Sebastian Vettel to pole position at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
 
Perri Shakes-Drayton sets a personal best at the Anniversary Games as GB women's 4x100m relay quartet shines.

British sprinter James Dasaolu insists he will be fit for next month's World Championships despite a hip flexor injury.

Fernando Alonso says his fifth place on the grid in Hungary is a sign Ferrari are back to form after a tough period.

Huddersfield Giants winger Luke George will join Super League neighbours Bradford Bulls at the end of the season.

Great Britain's Ben Saxton and Hannah Diamond win silver at the first World Championship for new Olympic sailing class Nacra 17.

Rugby League Broncos & Wigan set for Challenge Cup semi
Preview and team news ahead of Saturday's Challenge Cup semi-final between London v Wigan (17:00 BST).

Australian batsmen Steven Smith and Phil Hughes rediscover their form during the side's tour match against Sussex at Hove.

Cheyenne Woods is four shots off the lead after the first round of the Ladies European Masters in Buckinghamshire.

Graeme McDowell has a sparkling 65 at the Canadian Open but is 10 shots behind halfway leader Hunter Mahan.

Johnny Murtagh rides Novellist to victory in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes at Ascot.

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