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World No. 1 Chong Wei plans a Danish delight in Odense

KUALA LUMPUR: The smile is back on Lee Chong Weis face now that he has regained his position as the world No 1. And he plans to hang on to it with another good showing at the Denmark Open in Odense next week.

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Cycling: Australia's White named in Armstrong probe

SYDNEY: Australian former Olympian Matt White has been named in the widening US Anti-Doping Agency investigation into Lance Armstrong as a drug user, a report said on Saturday

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Nicol wins first US Open title, avenges earlier defeat by Raneem

KUALA LUMPUR: National squash queen and world number one Datuk Nicol David tasted her maiden US Open Squash Championship victory when she defeated Egypt's Raneem El Weleily on Friday.

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Murray and Federer set up Shanghai semi

(Reuters) - Andy Murray remained on course for a hat-trick of titles at the Shanghai Masters despite the best efforts of tricky Czech Radek Stepanek on Friday and now sets his sights on Roger Federer.

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Athletes grateful to NSI for tireless efforts

KUALA LUMPUR: World No. 1 shuttler Lee Chong Wei, diver Pandedela Rinong and cyclist Azizulhasni Awang share one common trait - they were all injured before going on to give one of their best performances at the London Olympic Games.

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Murray and Federer set up Shanghai semi

(Reuters) - Andy Murray remained on course for a hat-trick of titles at the Shanghai Masters despite the best efforts of tricky Czech Radek Stepanek on Friday and now sets his sights on Roger Federer.

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MHC must take drastic actions to revive hockey

DWINDLING crowd, poor umpiring, lack of interest among Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC) top brass and one team's total domination have all contributed to an unexciting Malaysia Hockey League (MHL) season.

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Olympic visitors give UK economy mild lift in August

LONDON (Reuters) - Over half a million foreign visitors to the London Olympics and Paralympics may have helped lift the British economy out of recession, although total tourist numbers fell during the Games.

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Olympic visitors give UK economy mild lift in August

LONDON (Reuters) - Over half a million foreign visitors to the London Olympics and Paralympics may have helped lift the British economy out of recession, although total tourist numbers fell during the Games.

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Gavazzi takes stage three in Beijing

BEIJING: Francesco Gavazzi won the third stage of the Tour of Beijing in dramatic style on Thursday, but the Italian remained in second place overall behind last year's champion Tony Martin.