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Michael Phelps dodges jail in drunk driving case

Michael Phelps dodges jail in drunk driving case

20 Dec 2014

Baltimore: Olympic swimming great Michael Phelps looked to the future, including the Rio Olympics in 2016, after he dodged a stint in prison for drunk driving. The most decorated Olympian of all time struck a remorseful tone when he appeared in a Baltimore courtroom where he acknowledged the DUI charge against him.

Olympic swimming great,   Michael Phelps,   Rio Olympics,   drunk driving,  
Ebola booster vaccine starts first <strong>trials</strong> in Oxford

Ebola booster vaccine starts first trials in Oxford

04 Dec 2014

London: Scientists at Oxford University have launched the first clinical tests of a new Ebola vaccine approach, using a booster developed by Denmark's Bavarian Nordic that may improve the effects of a shot from GlaxoSmithKline.

Ebola Virus,   Ebola Vaccine,  Oxford University,   Jenner Institute,   GlaxoSmithkline,   Denmark's Bavarian Nordic,   Britain,   Ebola Outbreak,  West Africa,  Johnson &,   Bavarian ,  
BEL completes Akash Air Defence System firing <strong>trials</strong>

BEL completes Akash Air Defence System firing trials

01 Dec 2014

Bengaluru: Firing trials of the Akash Air Defence System, designed and developed by DRDO, have beenconducted successfully at the Integrated Test Range at Balasore in Odisha, Bharat Electronics Limited which manufactured it said.

Akash,   Air Defence System,   DRDO,   Integrated Test Range,   Balasore,   Odisha,   Bharat Electronics Limited,   BEL,  
Hockey: Germany down England 2-0 to enter Champions Trophy semi-final

Hockey: Germany down England 2-0 to enter Champions Trophy semi-final

11 Dec 2014

Bhubaneswar: Olympic champions Germany produced a perfect game to beat England 2-0 in an all-European battle en route their semi-final berth in the Hero Champions Trophy hockey tournament on Thursday .

Olympic champions,   Germany hockey,   England hockey,   Champions Trophy,   Hockey tournament,  
Germany end Australia's dominance in Champions Trophy, seal place in final

Germany end Australia's dominance in Champions Trophy, seal place in final

13 Dec 2014

Bhubaneswar: Olympic champions Germany survived a spirited fightback to snap world champion Australia's five-time title run by eking out a hard-fought 3-2 win over the Kookaburras and enter the summit clash of the Hero Champions Trophy hockey tournament on Saturday.

Olympic champions,   Germany hockey,   Australia hockey,   Kookaburras,   Champions Trophy,   Hockey tournament,  
Powdered vaccine for measles virus found safe in early <strong>trials</strong>

Powdered vaccine for measles virus found safe in early trials

26 Nov 2014

New York: Countries dabbling with conventional injectable vaccine against the measles virus may soon have an alternative as researchers have found a measles vaccine made of fine dry powder safe in early human testing.

Powdered vaccine,   measles virus,   injectable vaccine,   journal of Vaccine,   conventional,   ,  
Blake beats Bolt again to secure <strong>Jamaican</strong> sprint double

Blake beats Bolt again to secure Jamaican sprint double

02 Jul 2012

Yohan Blake set himself up as the man to beat in London with a stunning 200 meters victory, beating world record holder Usain Bolt for a second time in three days to bring the Jamaican Olympic trials to an explosive conclusion on Sunday.

Yohan Blake,   Usain Bolt,   Jamaican Olympic trials,   London Olympics 2012,  
Bolt, Blake set up rematch to close <strong>trials</strong>

Bolt, Blake set up rematch to close trials

01 Jul 2012

Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake cruised through their 200 metres semi-finals on Saturday to set up another rematch and an explosive finish to the Jamaican Olympic trials.

Usain Bolt,   Yohan Blake,   200 metres,   Jamaican Olympic trials,  
Bolt, Blake and Powell on cruise control at <strong>trials</strong>

Bolt, Blake and Powell on cruise control at trials

29 Jun 2012

Usain Bolt, Yohan Blake and Asafa Powell cruised through their 100 metres quarter-final heats with ease at the Jamaican Olympic trials on Thursday, to leave sprinting's big three on course for a tantalizing final.

Usain Bolt,   Yohan Blake,   Asafa Powell,   Jamaican Olympic trials,  
Boxer Sarita accepts her Asiad bronze medal

Boxer Sarita accepts her Asiad bronze medal

10 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Boxer Sarita Devi on Wednesday received her 2014 Asian Games bronze medal, which she had refused to accept, from the Indian Olympic Association.

Boxer Sarita Devi,   2014 Asian Games,   Bronze medal,   Indian Olympic Association,  

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