JOHANNESBURG, (Reuters) – South Africa’s lamentable performance at the Commonwealth Games boxing tournament in Delhi has prompted the country’s sports chiefs to send 10 of its best fighters to Cuba in a bid to avoid similar failure at next year’s London Olympics.
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Lisle Austin repeated his demands for a forensic audit of regional governing body CONCACAF.
The suspended CONCACAF Vice President renewed his call for an examination of CONCACAF’s accounts, following media reports over the weekend, which claimed CONCACAF General Secretary Chuck Blazer secretly
Ricknauth Rooplall stroked 135 runs not out to lead Better Hope XI to the highest team score in the Kares Tapeball tournament to date against Combine Warriors last weekend at the Ogle Community Ground.
COL DU GALIBIER, France, (Reuters) – Alberto Contador said winning a fourth Tour de France title this year was now “impossible” after he cracked in the final ascent of yesterday’s 18th stage won by Andy Schleck.
TOKYO, (Reuters) – Accolades continue to shower on Japan’s women’s soccer team after their World Cup triumph with a sponsor paying a bonus of one million yen ($12,680) to each player for their surprise success.
The Beckles Lumber Yard Darts Tournament will shoot off tonight from 7pm at Mark’s Darts Club. According to a press release, rivalries will be renewed when the open singles and draw doubles categories are contested in one night as trophies and cash incentives will be up for grabs for the top three finishers.
COL DU GALIBIER, France, (Reuters) – Australian Cadel Evans was both puzzled by the time lost by most Tour de France favourites during the 18th stage yesterday and annoyed that he had to lead a lone chase of Luxembourg’s Andy Schleck.