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ATP to increase number of drugs test this year

Tennis players will be subjected to twice as many out-of-competition drug tests this year, the ATP said yesterday.

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Frazar soars to head the field American fires personal best to lead by two strokes

American Harrison Frazar made eight birdies and an eagle to post a personal best 9-under 62 on Thursday during the opening round of the US$4 million Phoenix Open.

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United boss says title race will go down the wire

Ruud van Nistelrooy's 26th goal of the season was enough to sink Birmingham and prompt Manchester United's racing-loving boss Alex Ferguson to predict a photo finish in this season's title tussle.

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'Haan dynasty' brings winds of change to Chinese football

China's new football coach Arie Haan may contrast sharply with his jocular, laidback predecessor Bora Milutinovic, but the Dutchman's no-nonsense approach has reaped instant benefits for the national team.


Lab tests indeed necessary

Writes KTK, M.D of Rochester,Minnesota in the United States.

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Alinghi on brink of America's Cup history

Switzerland was on the verge of becoming the first European nation to win yachting#8217;s America#8217;s Cup, after disaster struck Team New Zealand (TNZ) when their mast shattered in a dramatic race.

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England stay on course for Six Nations Grand Slam

England stayed on course for their potential Six Nations Grand Slam climax with Ireland in London at Twickenham on Sunday beating Italy 40-5 effectively winning the match with a devastating five try burst in the first 20 minutes.


Colour me healthy

What colour were you most drawn to? By Jaguar Speaks.


AMP stock price plunges 36%

Investors in Australia's largest insurer, AMP, watched helplessly yesterday as the stock crashed 36%, slashing its value by US$2.4bil after it decided to split from its British subsidiaries.


Safety in food

A rapid, accurate and cheap test for pathogens, including detecting genetically-modified (GMO) products, is essential to ensure quality in food manufacturing. Coupled with that, traceability is central to the safety of the food supply chain and Canadian-based Warnex Corporation has the solution. HAH FOONG LIAN reports.