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I-League 2008-09
India's premier club championship was won by Goa's Churchill Brothers.

UEFA Champions League 2008-09
Coverage of the most prestigious club tournament in European football.

English Premier League 2008-09
Follow the fortunes of the leading professional clubs in English football.

11th National Football League 2007
Follow the fortunes of India's ten leading football clubs.

UEFA Champions League 2006-07
Coverage of Europe's premier club tournament.

Football World Cup 2006
Published: June-July 2006
The 2006 edition of football's showpiece event in Germany, which was won by Italy.

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French Open 2009
Roger Federer ended his French Open jinx when he swept past Swede Robin Soderling in the final to clinch his first Roland Garros title.

Australian Open 2008
Serbian Novak Djokovic claimed his first major title when he won the 2007 Australian Open.

US Open 2007
World number one Roger Federer won his 4th successive US Open crown to take his Grand Slam tally to 12.

Wimbledon 2007
Roger Federer won his fifth consecutive Wimbledon singles title to equal Bjorn Borg's record.

French Open 2007
Rafael Nadal and Justin Henin completed a hat-trick of French Open titles.

Sania Mirza: India's new sporting star
India's newest tennis sensation is following in the footsteps of Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi by creating an identity for herself on the WTA tour.

Premier Hockey League
Published: January 2006
Banglore Lions defeated local favourites Chandigarh Dynamos 2-1 for the title.

Men's Junior Hockey World Cup 2005
Published: June 2005
Argentina won the tournament with an unbeaten record. Defending champions India could only place fourth.

25th Champions Trophy
Published: January 2004
The Netherlands won the title easily; India could only manage fourth place.

Azlan Shah Hockey
Published: January 2004
India finished at the bottom of the seven-team league.

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Commonwealth Games 2006
Published: March 2006
India returned from the Melbourne Games with 22 gold medals, 17 silver, 11 bronze. Shooter Samaresh Jung was adjudged best athlete.

Mumbai Marathon 2005
Published: January 2005
Julius Sugut and Mulo Seboka emerged men's and women's champions respectively.

Mumbai Marathon 2004
Published: February 2004
Hendrik Ramaala of South Africa and Violetta Uryga of Poland wom the men's and women's singlers honours respectively.

World Athletics Championship 2003
Published: August 23 - August 31
Complete coverage of the ninth edition in Paris.

Doping in Indian Sport
Published: October 1999 onwards
Comprehensive coverage of Indian athletes testing positive for the banned substances.

Tata Open 2002
Published: December 2001 - January 2002
The seventh edition of the Indian Open tennis event in Chennai was won by Guillermo Canas of Argentina, while the doubles was bagged by the Indian duo of Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi.

Arjuna Awards Controversy
Published: August 2001
'Flying Sikh' Milkha Singh had strongly objected to the inclusion of two female athletes, who were nominated for the Arjuna award for lifetime contribution along with him.

Major International Events

Beijing Olympics 2008
Published: August 8-24, 2008
Abhinav Bindra won India's first ever individual Olympic gold medal, with a thrilling come-from-behind victory in the men's 10 metres air rifle event.

Athens 2004
Published: September-October 2002
Major Rajyavardhan Rathor's silver medal was the sole highlight of India's Olympic campaign. China made the quantam leap and emerged second in the medals tally behind the USA.

Afro Asian Games
Published: October 2003
India emerged second in the medals tally behind China in inaugural Games.

14th Asian Games 2002
Published: September-October 2002
The 14th edition of the Asia's biggest sports carnival was held in Busan, South Korea. As expected, China emerged at the top in the medals tally followed by Korea and Japan. India finished seventh with 36 medals.

Commonwealth Games 2002
Published: July-August 2002
The Manchester Games saw India taste unprecedented success, finishing third with 72 medals. Australia finished on top, followed by England.

2002 FIFA World Cup
Published: December 2001-June 2002
The first ever World Cup in Asia was jointly hosted by Korea and Japan. Brazil defeated Germany to lift the cup, while Turkey finished third and Korea fourth.

Sydney Olympics 2000
Published: September-October 2000
India sent a 113-strong contingent, that included 75 athletes. Only Karnam Malleswari returned with a medal -- a bronze in the 69-kg category in weightlifting for women.


A feather in the cap
Published: March 2001
Pulella Gopichand won the All England Badminton championship emulating his coach and mentor, Prakash Padukone.

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