Britain's best young hopes for success in the doublehanded Transat Jacques Vabre have become the latest victims of gear failure.
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Sam Wallace: Why on Earth does Cahill have to play in January's Asian Cup? Because this isn't Earth, it's Planet Fifa
Monday 04 October 2010
Sunday 12 September 2010
Investors are being quietly approached by the State of Oman about purchasing a stake in the large Bishops Square complex near London's Spitalfields market.
Saturday 07 August 2010
Militants have attacked a Japanese supertanker with explosives near the Strait of Hormuz, one of the world's most important shipping routes, the United Arab Emirates said yesterday.
Saturday 31 July 2010
At last a winning moment for the beleaguered and soon to be ex-chief executive of BP, Tony Hayward as the yacht in which he has a half share, Bob, won the Queen’s Trophy on the opening day of Cowes Week.
Thursday 24 June 2010
The partnership of double Olympic gold medallist Sarah Ayton and crew Saskia Clark won the women's 470 class in Kiel Week, an encouraging move forward for the new pairing with its sights on the next Olympic Games.
Saturday 12 June 2010
Somali pirates have released a British-flagged ship they seized on 1 January, the Bulgarian Foreign Ministry said on yesterday, and the European Union Naval Force said the release came after a ransom was paid.
Monday 10 May 2010
A passenger was detained by airport authorities in Pakistan after electrical circuits and batteries were found in the soles of his tennis shoes, an airport security official said today.
Saturday 08 May 2010
Thursday 18 February 2010
Team Sky's domination of the Tour of Oman came to an abrupt halt yesterday when their leader Edvald Boasson Hagen stopped briefly mid-race to answer a call of nature – and rival teams promptly attacked.
Tuesday 16 February 2010
A French judge has issued an international arrest warrant for the US cyclist Floyd Landis in connection with a case of data hacking at a doping laboratory.
Monday 15 February 2010
A well-timed team effort by Britain's Team Sky saw their talented young Norwegian rider Edvald Boasson Hagen come within a wheel's length of taking the bunch sprint which decided the opening stage of the first-ever Tour of Oman.
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