Defending men and women team champions Guyana sealed their place in the semi-final round, defeating Bermuda yesterday in their respective final group fixtures when the Caribbean Squash Association Championships Team Tourney continued yesterday.
ZURICH, (Reuters) – FIFA’s independent ethics committee is probing “many” cases of suspected corruption, is accelerating its investigations and expects life bans for all but minor offences, according to a source familiar with the matter.
LONDON, (Reuters) – England crumbled meekly to 107 for eight in reply to Australia’s 481 to put the touring side firmly on course for victory in the final Ashes test after a dramatic second day at The Oval yesterday.
GEORGE’S, Grenada, CMC –The Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU) has expressed concern about the state of a deal with the CANOC Broadcasting Incorporated (CBI) for the coverage of next year’s Olympic games in Brazil.
All-rounder Ryan Hinds yesterday defended his absence from the Guyana Jaguars team ahead of the upcoming Professional Cricket League (PCL), saying that he requested a copy of his contract to be sent before he left his job to come.
BEIJING, (Reuters) – Teenager Ghirmay Ghebreselassie claimed the first title of the Beijing world championships for Eritrea last night, easing clear of his rivals over the final six kilometres to win the men’s marathon.
Several topics were discussed during the two-day Inter Guiana Games (IGG) meeting in Suriname last week. High on the agenda was the improvement of the Games to ensure it reflects the original intention.
GREENSBORO, North Carolina, (Reuters) – Tiger Woods roared back after over a year in the wilderness to tie for the Wyndham Championship lead on Friday and then said he didn’t expect it would take so long to return to a position that used to be second nature.
COLOMBO, (Reuters) – Retiring home hero Kumar Sangakkara featured in a brief rebuilding act in his final test as Sri Lanka reached 140-3 in reply to India’s first innings total of 393 on day two of the second test yesterday.
BEIJING, (Reuters) – In-form American Justin Gatlin should beat Usain Bolt to win both the sprints at the world championships but it would be foolhardy to write off the Jamaican, three-times world 100 metres world champion Maurice Greene said yesterday.
BEIJING, China, CMC- Jamaican sprinter Asafa Powell has brushed aside suggestions reported to be coming from their American rivals that they can outrun Jamaica in the relays at the 15th edition of the IAAF World Championship in Beijing this weekend.