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Goosen's dry run

A torrential afternoon downpour took away the shine on the second day of the US$1.1 million Carlsberg Malaysian Open at the Mines Resort and Golf Club but world No 5 Retief Goosen restored some lustre with a sizzling seven-under 64.

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Arjun goes four-up, but all players will have to finish third round today

The US$1.1 million Carlsberg Malaysian Open was suspended for a second day running when a lightning storm hit the Mines Resort and Golf Club, forcing the players to pack up early, midway into the third round.

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Thammanoon runs into trouble at ninth hole for second day

Lightning, they say, never strikes twice in the same place. But don#8217;t tell that to Thai golfer Thammanoon Srirot.

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F1 debutants out to make amends in Sepang

The four rookies in F1 had a disappointing baptism of fire at the Australian Grand Prix and they will be out to make amends in the second leg of the World Championships in Sepang this weekend.

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‘Jungle Boy’ loves it hot

While the other F1 drivers are worried about the blistering heat at the Sepang circuit, Brazil's Antonio Pizzonia of Jaguar Racing team, meanwhile, is revelling in it.

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No footie 'fix' for the world champ

Ferrari world champion Michael Schumacher did not get to play his favourite game #8211; football #8211; as part of his fitness regime before the Petronas Grand Prix but he definitely squeezed in other sports during his break in the Maldives.

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Rubinho says Brazilians can bring back heydays of Senna

A couple of Germans, Finns and a Briton have been running things in the F1. And Rubens Barichello believes it's time for the samba boys to make their mark in the F1, starting with the Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix race.

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Perak endurance race attracts 50 teams

A total of 50 teams, including those from Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei and Hong Kong, will be taking part in the inaugural Perak International Iron Bound Challenge Series 2003.

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Briton Lyle forgotten by Europe’s emerging young guns

Sandy Lyle broke a 16-year home drought to capture the British Open at Sandwich in 1985 but finds himself something of a forgotten figure on his return for this year's championship.

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It’s 2-2 between cheats and refs

Cristiano Ronaldo felt a foor brush his thigh. He tumbled over. Simone Inzaghi felt a tug on his hurt. He went to ground. And two men cheated to get two penalties - and two goals - for their teams. But the refs weren't always fooled. Two others had to live with yellow cards when the refs wouldn't buy in the Champions League.