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Was Paul Newman's acting career limited by his charm and good looks?

Paul Newman's sublime looks and air of geniality made it easy for him to charm audiences. But, as a season of the actor's films opens at the BFI in London, Geoffrey Macnab wonders whether the attributes that propelled him to stardom were also shackles that bound and limited him

James Lawton: From Canada's iceman comes a lesson for Capello's troubled troops

Among the baggage being taken home from the 21st Winter Olympics is at least one imperishable item.

Ice Hockey: Crosby delivers on the dream

For weeks Sidney Crosby had been carrying the weight of speculation that he may be Canada's greatest ever ice hockey player. He is not that, at least not yet at the age of 22, but the big man from a little harbour town in Nova Scotia can certainly now accept an interim award.

Martin hails golden 'dream'

Kevin Martin's curlers, snowboarder Jasey Jay Anderson and the speed skating team pursuit trio of Mathieu Giroux, Lucas Makowsky and Denny Morrison all won gold for Canada on the last weekend of the Games to ensure Vancouver will be remembered fondly by the host nation.

Stand by for an ice storm in Vancouver

Canada survive late shock to set up gold showdown with electrifying Americans

James Lawton: Canada driven by Tigerish desire to succeed in struggle on the ice

At a time when England's football team is rent by the repercussions of a bad case of the sweet life going wrong, you can only marvel, so far at least, at the ferociously single-minded approach of Canada's ice hockey men.

Winter Olympics notebook: Canadian women say sorry for celebrations

Ice Hockey: Canada's women's team have issued an apology following their over-zealous celebrations after their 2-0 victory against the United States in the gold medal match.

James Lawton: Canadians dream of grand finale

There might be a disgruntled muskrat somewhere deep in Manitoba or Saskatchewan but the rest of Canada has rarely been quite so exultantly at peace with itself.

Mourinho confident of landing knockout blow

<i>Internazionale</i> manager in bullish mood for return leg after Chelsea are beaten 2-1 in Milan and lose Cech to injury

James Lawton: Brave Rochette causes Canada to examine values

Rochette showed a moving combination of grace and guts. She gave the best of herself

Murray knocked out in Dubai

World number four Andy Murray today crashed out of the Barclays Dubai Tennis Championships in the second round.

James Lawton: Canadians fear return of a miracle

Canadian manhood is, barring some unimaginable disaster in the small hours of this morning, on the line today when the virtuoso Russian stick-handlers stand in the way of the ultimate climax to these XXI Olympics.

Adriano backs Seville to progress

The Seville wing-back Adriano has told his team-mates they cannot afford to fail in their Champions League last-16 game with CSKA Moscow tonight.

James Lawton: Canada show signs of cracking under the weight of expectation

Ice hockey goaltenders would rather auction their soul than display frail human emotion
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BBC takes viewers back down memory lane

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Nicolas Cage shines in low-budget drama Joe

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