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Roger Federer legend grows with Davis Cup win

Roger Federer legend grows with Davis Cup win

24 Nov 2014

Lille: It's taken him 16 years as a pro, but Roger Federer finally has won all there is to win in tennis - well almost. All four Grand Slam titles - a record 17 in total - six ATP year-end titles, 23 Masters Series, Olympic gold and now the Davis Cup for Switzerland.

Roger Federer,   Tennis Grand Slam titles,   ATP,   Masters Series,   Olympic gold,   Davis Cup for Switzerland,  
Main aim is to qualify for Rio Games, says MC Mary Kom

Main aim is to qualify for Rio Games, says MC Mary Kom

20 Nov 2014

Mumbai: After clinching an elusive gold medal at the Asian Games in Incheon, star woman boxer M C Mary Kom is confident of getting back into the ring next year by recovering from her current injuries and qualify for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

Asian Games in Incheon,   Indian woman boxer,   MC Mary Kom,   2016 Rio Olympic Games,  
IOC opens door to joint bids, new sports events

IOC opens door to joint bids, new sports events

19 Nov 2014

Lausanne (Switzerland): Breaking from the tradition of awarding the Olympics only to a single host city, the IOC is opening the door to possible wider bids, including bids from an entire country, joint bids from more than one city and even the possibility of events held in more than one country.

IOC,   International Olympic Committee,   Thomas Bach,   IOC Summer Games,  
Ching-Kuo Wu elected AIBA President for third term

Ching-Kuo Wu elected AIBA President for third term

14 Nov 2014

Jeju (Korea): Incumbent Dr Ching-Kuo Wu was re-elected the International Boxing Association (AIBA) President for a third consecutive term. Dr Wu, an International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board member, was elected unopposed by delegates from the AIBA Congress which ended here on Friday.

Ching-Kuo Wu,   AIBA President,   sports,   boxing,   International Olympic Committee ,  
Focussed on <strong>Olympic</strong> qualification now: Sarita Devi

Focussed on Olympic qualification now: Sarita Devi

07 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Provisional suspension may be keeping her out of the ring but L Sarita Devi's indomitable spirit remains intact and the Asian Games bronze-medallist boxer says she is fully focussed on making the cut for 2016 Olympic Games.

L Sarita Devi,   Asian Games,   2016 Olympic Games,  
Saina, Srikanth storm into summit clash of China Open

Saina, Srikanth storm into summit clash of China Open

15 Nov 2014

Fuzhou, China: Olympic bronze-medallist Saina Nehwal and young shuttler K Srikanth stormed into thefinals of the women's and men's singles events respectively at the USD 700,000 China Open Super Series Premier here on Saturday.

Olympic,   Bronze-medallist,   Saina Nehwal,   K Srikanth,  USD 700,  000,   China Open Super Series Premier ,  
Rio launches <strong>Olympic</strong> stadium tender

Rio launches Olympic stadium tender

31 Oct 2014

Rio de Janeiro: Rio de Janeiro has launched a tender for a 52 million-real (about  USD 21.8 million) revamp of the city's 2016 Olympic athletics stadium.

Rio de Janeiro,   Rio,   2016 Olympics,   athletics stadium,   Rio Olympics,   Brazil,  
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,  

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