HOBART, (Reuters) – Sri Lanka chased down 280 with four balls to spare to clinch a confidence-boosting three-wicket win over Australia in their one-day match in Hobart yesterday and take top spot in the tri-series tournament.
Another Swiss system chess tournament commences to-day.
The Demerara Distillers Ltd. (DDL) sponsored tournament, will be an Open eight-round tournament, which will be played over two weekends at the Kei-Shar’s Sports Club, Hadfield Street, Werk-en-Rust.
The youthful Golden Jaguars outfit ended their 4-game Caribbean tour on a positive note as they clawed their way back from a goal down to earn a hard fought 2-1 victory, over Grenada at the National Stadium in St George’s Grenada on Wednesday night.
(WICB) Roseau, Dominica — Stafanie Taylor produced another match-winning performance for West Indies Women as they beat India Women by six wickets to win the fourth T20 International yesterday at Windsor Park.
SHANGHAI, (Reuters) – Chinese basketball icon Yao Ming has been taken aback by Jeremy Lin’s rise at the New York Knicks and thinks his style and size could make China’s state sports system rethink how it selects and grooms its athletes.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Michael Schumacher can be a winner with Mercedes this season but ideally he would be alongside double world champion Sebastian Vettel at Red Bull, Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone said yesterday.
LOS ANGELES, (Reuters) – Chris Paul poured salt into the wounds of the ailing Denver Nuggets with 36 points and nine assists to carry the Los Angeles Clippers to a much-needed 103-95 home win on Wednesday.
STOCKHOLM, (Reuters) – Olympic pole vault champion Yelena Isinbayeva showed she was back to her best with an indoor world record of 5.01 metres to win the event at the XL Galan indoor meeting in Stockholm by 29 centimetres yesterday.
TORONTO, (Reuters) – It is too early to call it a Motor City revival but like the auto industry the Detroit Pistons are showing signs of life as the National Basketball Association (NBA) heads into the All Star break.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Formula One teams and sponsors have no concerns about racing in Bahrain this year and the grand prix is definitely on despite continuing unrest, the sport’s commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone said yesterday.