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Marussia F1 test driver Maria de Villota seriously injured in testing accident
The Marussia F1 team's test driver, Spaniard María de Villota, was taken to hospital by air ambulance today after a collision in testing at Duxford Aerodrome.
At the end of her first installation run, the car she was driving had a low-speed collision with the loading ramp of the team's support truck. According to BBC Cambridgeshire presenter Chris Mann, the car "suddenly accelerated" into the rear of the vehicle. The Marussia team released a statement an hour and a half after the accident, stating that she had bee... continue reading
Australian rowers prepare for 2012 Olympics
 
Over the weekend, Rowing Australia announced their 2012 national squad in the lead up to the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics in London. Australia has earned qualification for ten boats at the Games but have the opportunity to add three additional boats at the Final Olympic Qualification Regatta in Lucerne, Switzerland in late May.
One boat attempting to earn qualification at Lucerne is the women's coxed-eight, who had a time at the Sydney Regatta of 2000m time of six minutes 10.03 seconds, about 96% as fast as the p... continue reading


Australian archer Alice Ingley readies for potential Olympic spot
 
Tuggeranong, Canberra — Nineteen year old Australian Shadow Olympic team member Alice Ingley was attending the second day of the National Archery Championships, a few days before the start of the target recursive event that she hopes to represent Australia at the Olympics in. Injuries may impact her chances, but in an interview with her, she did not think it would be a big problem.
The archer found out about her inclusion on the shadow team the night after returning from a concert by her favorite band, Celtic Thun... continue reading
Tseng successfully defends her title in Thailand
 
Taiwanese world number one golfer Yani Tseng recaptured her 2011 title by one stroke over Miyazato Ai of Japan. She won the sixth staging of the Honda LPGA Thailand tournament, the LPGA Tour 2012's second event, which was hosted on the Siam Country Club Pattaya Old Course over four days from February 16.
Tseng began the competition with a mediocre round of 73, which put her in the middle of the leaderboard at the 36th position. On the following two days she made moved atop the ranks with two 65s to sit comfortably... continue reading


Colts' Nick Harper Knifed by Wife
 
 Indianapolis Colts cornerback Nick Harper was in the line up for Sunday's playoff game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, one day after receiving injuries in an apparent domestic disturbance.
 
Harper’s 31-year-old wife Danielle was charged Saturday with battery with a deadly weapon and criminal recklessness after stabbing her husband’s right knee with a large filet knife. Harper was treated at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis for a puncture wound and released.
 
The original story submitted b... continue reading
Azharuddin to play for India
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
India will host the third India-Pakistan Goodwill Cricket Series for veterans to be played this year from december December 25. The series will comprise of three matches, on December 25, 30 and the final one would be a day-night encounter on January 1st.
 
Indian team will comprise Mohd Azharuddin, Manoj Prabhakar, Praveen Amre, W.V. Raman, Venkatpati Raju, Rajesh Chauhan, Atul Vasan, Vivek Razdan, Bhaskar Pillai, Gurusharan Singh, Abhay Kurvila. For... continue reading


Saurav Ganguly's exclusion
 
Some people forget that the 11 strong team of indian cricket represents the larger interests of a country. And if they are the men that matter, the entire sporting system would be a farce.
Starting from Mandira Bedi, Indian cricket has never been devoid of humorous tidbits. These days, the selectors have taken the role. Thanks to some inevitable interviews in recent past given by our chairman dearest, his sense of humor was really alleviating the heat of saurav ganguly's exclusion.
Question: Why was Sourav drop... continue reading
Jokers of Indian Cricket
 
Some people forget that the 11 strong team of indian cricket represents the larger interests of a country. And if they are the men that matter, the entire sporting system would be a farce.
Starting from Mandira Bedi, Indian cricket has never been devoid of humorous tidbits. These days, the selectors have taken the role. Thanks to some inevitable interviews in recent past given by our chairman dearest, his sense of humor was really alleviating the heat of saurav ganguly's exclusion.
Question: Why was Sourav drop... continue reading


Bend it like Murali


Solution to a puzzle thrown to college teams in an annual tech fest may soon cast its spell in the international cricket arena. Two students from the famed Indian Institute of Technology at Madras have come up with a software that would monitor the bowling process by freezing the elbow flexing frame. 

In a student competition in IITs annual tech fest Shaastra 2006, General Electricals tossed eight puzzles for 125 college teams and one of them was 'Bend it like Murali'. In this puzzle, students were expe... continue reading
Vince Neil’s 'Off the Strip' Charity Poker Tournament
 


Peter
Morton’s Hard Rock Hotel & Casino presents Vince Neil’s “Off the Strip”
Charity Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament benefiting the T. J. Martell Foundation
on November 11, 2005.


(PRWEB) Peter Morton’s Hard Rock Hotel & Casino presents Vince
Neil’s “Off the Strip” Charity Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament benefiting the
T. J. Martell Foundation on November 11, 2005.

The Joint, located inside of Peter Morton’s Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las
Vegas, will be the site, as well as a sight to... continue reading