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Ronnie O'Sullivan eyes seven titles World Snooker Championship Ronnie O'Sullivan believes he must win two more world titles to be considered the game's greatest player. The 38-year-old starts the defence of his World Championship crown against Robin
Mitchell Mulhern has been included in Australia's long squad and trained towards a major international meet, only to be told sorry, you're staying home. For two years he did exactly the same work as his teammates, dripped blood, sweat and tears onto
Thursday, January 2nd, 2014 Mercedes' German driver Michael Schumacher drives at the Autodromo Nazionale circuit on September 7, 2012 in Monza during the first practice session ahead of the Italian Formula One Grand Prix. From a young driver with a
Kiwis continue to be whizzes on the water as New Zealand celebrates another punch-above-our-weight sporting year...That's some feat for a nation of four million at the rump-end of the world, far from the sporting incubators of Europe and North
That is what American announcer Al Michaels cried in the final seconds of the upset victory by the U.S. men's hockey team against Russia in their semifinal game at the 1980 Lake Placid Olympics...Will Miki Ando make Japan's team for the upcoming
Trevor and Shada Brazile are the power couple at this week's Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. He's the world all-around champion who, on Tuesday night, broke the record for the most world titles (19) in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association...
Born on Feb. 4, 1973, in Montebello, Calif. ... went 223-5 with 153 knockouts as an amateur and won the lightweight gold medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. ... Turned pro in 1992 and won 10 world titles in six weight divisions. ...
The ultimate goal, since the day Trevor Brazile won his first all-around world title in 2002, always was to break Ty Murray's record of seven all-around world crowns. Brazile, who since has shattered Murray's mark with 10 all-around world titles
The honour of bringing down the curtain on the Formula One season Sunday falls to Brazil, as has been the case since 2006, but the host nation has endured a season of little cheer and that trend looks set to continue. Sole standard bearer Felipe
SouthCoastToday.com Inside Boxing Ironically, the two New England propects we've been following the last few years will fight for world titles on national television on back-to-back weekends starting Saturday night. Neither is from the immediate New