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August 20, 2003 | 16:15 IST

Beckham gatecrashes wedding

It may not have been football, but it was certainly 'match of the day'.
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EB or AIFF? Who stopped Bhutia?

East Bengal striker Baichung Bhutia may not be able to go on the two-month loan to Malaysian champions Perak Football Club, after all.
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Ride John Reynolds' bike

If you're a Superbikes fan who has always wanted to roar around a circuit on a Suzuki then this is the competition you've been waiting for.
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Schumacher awaits fate

Ralf Schumacher will find out this afternoon if he is to suffer for causing a start-line accident at the German Grand Prix.
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Michael Schumacher eager to get back to work

With the Hungarian Grand Prix just days away, Michael Schumacher did not shy away from making predictions.
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Abramovich ready to pump money into formula one

The Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich could be poised to expand his investments beyond Chelsea and into formula one.
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Spectator hurt by marble slab from Athens stadium

A spectator at a pre-Olympic archery competition has been seriously injured by a marble slab that came loose at the stadium that hosted the first modern Olympiad.
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Can you avoid being stumped and using cliches?

Test your Wimbledon knowledge.
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Hyderabad to host Asian junior meet

All the big teams of the continent, including China, Japan, Korea and Chinese Taipei have confirmed their participation for the Asian junior table tennis championships to be held at the Kotla Vijaya Bhaskar Reddy indoor stadium, Yousufguda, Hyderabad from September 2 to 7.
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Zidane: Becks feared jealousy

David Beckham admitted to Zinedine Zidane that he feared being rejected by jealous Real Madrid team-mates.
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Dublin: Soccer is racist

Dion Dublin has ignited a fresh row over whether black people are receiving a fair deal in football.
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Sven stops Sol from quitting

Sol Campbell has been dragged back from the brink of quitting England by coach Sven Goran Eriksson.
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Sven going Eriksson

Sven Goran Eriksson last night admitted his England reign could be over within three months.
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England's back line depleted

England will be without defenders Sol Campbell and Jonathan Woodgate as well as midfielder Owen Hargreaves for today's friendly against Croatia.
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Renault name unchanged line-up

Renault have named an unchanged driver line-up for the 2004 season, with Fernando Alonso and Jarno Trulli continuing as team-mates for a second year.
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F1's court on camera

The impact had been so violent and spectacular at Hockenheim's first corner that some awestruck TV executives might have been hoping for an equally dramatic courtroom clash in Paris.
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Gambling wins in lifestyle poll

Whether it be lucky numbers, one-armed bandits, dogs or horses that tickle the fancy, most people in England have had a flutter or two over the past year, an ICM poll for the Guardian reveals today.
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Coe a front runner for IAAF

Sebastian Coe should win a top place in the governing body of world athletics today, despite facing criticism from officials within the sport.
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Oswald backs 'miracle' worker Greeks for Athens Olympics

IOC chief inspector Denis Oswald warned Athens overnight that it could not afford to lose a single day in preparing for next year's Olympics but forecast the city was equal to the task.
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East Bengal romp home

East Bengal outplayed Bhratri Sangha 5-0, without fielding Baichung Bhutia and Douglas DaSilva, in their eighth Super Division Football league match at their home ground.
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Juniors wallop France 10-0

India began their campaign in the Junior Challenge Open hockey tournament with an emphatic win, thrashing France 10-0 in the opening match in Gniezno, Poland.
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Chips are down as Block tries to win race against time

Edmonton's surprise package has to rise above injury to retain world sprint title.
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Top golfers for TNGF-KONE Open

Golf aficionados in this southern metropolis will witness some high quality action as India's top professionals vie for honours in the TNGF-KONE Open 2003 that begins at the Cosmo-TNGF Course Wednesday.
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