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2-03-2004 - Formula one: The ice man cometh, fast and Finnish

Kimi Raikkonen appears a little underdressed when he is not wearing his new McLaren MP4-19. In mufti he is about as exciting as the drizzle-damp Woking afternoon.

27-02-2004 - Obituary: Bob Marshall, Australia"s world master of amateur billiards

Bob Marshall, arguably the finest amateur in the history of billiards, whose extraordinary career brought him two empire, two world and 21 Australian amateur titles, has died at the age of 93. His championships spanned half a century, albeit interrupted by two retirements of five and 15 years. They began with his Australian and empire wins in 1936, at the age of 26, and went on until his 21st Australian title, at the age of 76.

25-02-2004 - Cricket: Quicks hold Caribbean key

The rain that swashed down on the England team"s hotel here yesterday afternoon may be a world away from the weather they will anticipate when they land in Jamaica late this evening. But it did little to dampen the enthusiasm or optimism.

24-02-2004 - Horse racing: McCoy back in the saddle tomorrow

The champion jump jockey Tony McCoy is to return to action at Ludlow tomorrow, just nine days after fracturing his cheekbone in three places.

24-02-2004 - Rowing: Grobler says two will go into four

James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent"s attempt to challenge for Olympic gold as a brilliant but inconsistent pair is finally over, the coach Jurgen Grobler announced yesterday.

18-02-2004 - Baseball: Baseball damns the Yankees as A-Rod joins the "evil empire" for biggest deal in sport

On the campaign trail in Wisconsin last Monday, John Kerry, Massachusetts senator and Democratic presidential candidate, had no choice but to address the issue of the moment. With rumours about an extra-marital affair finally extinguished, the man who will almost certainly face down George Bush in November commented on a matter close to his own heart.

16-02-2004 - Golf: Flawed Davis in England one-two

Brian Davis had his room-mate Gary Evans to thank after leading home an England one-two finish in the ANZ Championship in New South Wales. Davis stormed his way through the field over the final day, coming from a dozen points behind to win by one with a 44-point tally in the modified Stableford scoring event at the Horizons course.

13-02-2004 - Rowing: Trials in four beckon Cracknell and Pinsent

James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent pronounced themselves "pleased" with their performance during two days of secret pairs trials on Windsor"s Dorney Lake.

12-02-2004 - Power Footwear"s "Great Dayne" Skateboard Shoe

Santa Monica, California * -- Power Footwear"s line of pro-designed skate shoes expands with the unveiling of Gravity Games * champion Dayne Brummet *"s new signature performance shoe-"The Brummet".

11-02-2004 - Horse racing: Team effort as Pipe and McCoy reward backers

Avid followers of the Martin Pipe-Tony McCoy partnership have had a roller-coaster season. They had to endure an odds-on reverse in the opening race at Market Rasen yesterday, but were soon back on top when Team Tassel, supported from 16-1 to 8-1, made an impressive winning debut for the champion trainer and jockey.

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