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btton backs Vettel to succeed him as F1's new king
Formula One reigning champion Jenson b*tton has backed Sebastian Vettel to succeed him as F1s new king this season. ANI

North in awe having watched iconic Tendulkar score his 14,000th run
Australian batsman Marcus North, who reached 1000 Test runs in the course of his 128 against India at Bangalore, was thrilled to score his ton on the same ground and watch Sachin Tendulkar score 14,000 runs. ANI

Elaborate traffic arrangements ahead of Commonwealth Games closing ceremony
Elaborate arrangements are being introduced here for smooth traffic movement ahead of a marathon race that would be conducted on the city roads on the morning of October 14, the day of the closing ceremony of the XIXth Commonwealth Games. ANI

News from the world of Sports with a special focus on Cricket for March 3, 2010

Caddie insists he was unaware of Tiger Woods transgressions
Tiger Woods caddie for eleven years, Steve Williams, has claimed that he knew nothing about the worlds No.1 golfers transgressions. ANI

Political leaders support Bharat Ratna demand for Sachin Tendulkar
Exhibiting a rare unity, members of parliament cutting across party lines on Wednesday advocated the Bharat Ratna, the countrys highest civilian award, for cricketer Sachin Tendulkar. ANI

Ferdinand aiming for world cup final
England captain Rio Ferdinand has said that he would get very disappointed if his team doesnt make it to the World Cup final. ANI

Egypt coach reckons Terry and Cole should be thrown out of England squad
Egypt coach Hassan Shehata reckons that England players John Terry and Ashley Cole should be thrown out of the world Cup squad in the wake of their alleged infidelities. ANI

Peephole vid scandal ESPN host Andrews lands Dancing With Stars job
Sports journalist Erin Andrews is set to show her dancing skills as she appears on the highly popular reality TV show Dancing With the Stars. ANI

Tennis star Sania Mirza hopes for a good return to court in 2010 CWealth Games
Recuperating from the wrist injury, Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza has said that her next big goal is to make a strong comeback at the Commonwealth Games, scheduled in October 2010 in the national capital. ANI

Nani asks Fergie to bid for Sporting Lisbon star Veloso
Manchester United midfielder Nani has urged Alex Ferguson to press ahead with his bid for Sporting Lisbon star Miguel Veloso. ANI

MLS chief confident about Becks return
Don Garber, the head of Major League Soccer, insists that England midfielder David Beckham is ready for another campaign with LA Galaxy. ANI

Brit footie stars and their flashy cars
Right from David Beckham to Ashley Cole, British football stars have always been in the limelight because of their huge salaries and lavish lifestyles. But the cars they drive end up catching all the glares. ANI

Howard could face tough challenge from ICCs Asian bloc: Murali
Former Australian Prime Minister John Howard will face a challenge to win over the subcontinent when he assumes the post as International Cricket Council president in 2012, says veteran Sri Lankan off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan. ANI

Capello says will never play Rooney as sole striker
Ace striker Wayne Rooney may be carrying Manchester United on his own up front, but England manager Fabio Capello has no intention of him replicating the role with the national squad. ANI

Howard will have to be a nimble ICC chief from 2012
Former Australian Prime Minister John Howard wont have to wield the willow when he becomes the games most powerful administrator. His footwork will need to be nimble, though. ANI

Capello slaps ban on England WAGs
England boss Fabio Capello has slapped a ban on players wives and girlfriends setting up a base near their World Cup training camp. ANI

Styris, Bond take Kiwis home in first Chappell-Hadlee Trophy ODI against Australia
Napiers McLean Park cricket ground erupted with joy after Scott Styris steered New Zealand to a thrilling two-wicket win over Australia in the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy cricket opener today. ANI

Ancelotti threatens to reveal all of Mourinho
Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has threatened to spill the beans on bitter Inter-Milan rival Jose Mourinho if Chelsea recapture the Premier League title this year. ANI

German manufactured Foot-bots have a ball at tech fair
The team of robots took to the footie field at the worlds biggest hi-tech fair in Germany.ccording to The Sun, the four foot-bots named Rajesh, Penny, Sheldon and Leonard look like storm troopers but are surprisingly agile and shifted their weight around to allow for proper ball control. he four-some were part of the team that won the Robot Football World Cup in Austria last year. ANI

Hamilton excited about having dad as a dad
Ex-Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has no regrets about his father, Andrew, not being his manager any more. ANI

Ponting pumped to pummel New Zealand
Australian skipper Ricky Ponting is ready to punish the Kiwis in the Chappell-Hadlee series, the Daily Telegraph reports. ANI

McCullums ramp shot raising cricket excitement levels
New Zealand hard-hitting wicketkeeper-batsman Brendon McCullum has revealed that his latest weapon - the ramp shot - has evolved over a period of time, and he is now using it with telling effect. ANI

Kiwi players likely to take part in IPL as positive security details boost confidence
New Zealands cricketers are likely to take part in the third edition of the Indian Premier League after getting a positive security details report. ANI

PCB appoints Mohsin Khan as chief selector
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has appointed former Test opener Mohsin Hasan Khan as the new chief selector. ANI

Marieke Guehrer bares all for Australian Swimming Championships promo
Australian swimmer Marieke Guehrer has stripped off to promote channel Ones coverage of the Australian Swimming Championships. ANI

AFL to question Brendan Fevola over nude Lara Bingle photo
The AFL is set to investigate Brendan Fevolas role in Lara Bingles nude photo scandal and will meet him to discuss the same. ANI

Aussie players head for India to play in IPL
More Australian players are likely to follow Brett Lee, Damien Martyn and Shane Warne who are en route to play in the Indian Premier League as security tensions ease. ANI

IPL first step in reclaiming my position in Oz team: Brett Lee
Australian fast bowler Brett Lee believes that a successful comeback to cricket in the Indian Premier League is the first step to reclaiming his position in the national team for the Twenty20 and the 2011 50-over World Cup. ANI

Gerrard considers being England captain is one of footballs greatest honours
Liverpool ace Steven Gerrard, who will lead his side against Egypt today, has said that being England captain is one of footballs greatest honours. ANI

Muralitharan to retire after 2011 World Cup
Crickets highest wicket taker Muttiah Muralitharan plans to retire from Tests at the end of the year and from all forms of international cricket after the 2011 World Cup. ANI

Gerrard considers being England captain is one of footballs greatest honours
Liverpool ace Steven Gerrard, who will lead his side against Egypt today, has said that being England captain is one of footballs greatest honours. ANI

Injured Flintoff admits he might have played his last game
England all rounder Andrew Flintoff has admitted for the first time that he might have played his final game. ANI

Footballs millionaire culture behind players bad behaviour: Capello
England manager Fabio Capello, who is plagued by off-field problems involving John Terry, Wayne Bridge and Ashley Cole, has blamed footballs millionaire culture for the players bad behaviour. ANI

The 16th Asian Games Announces 2010 Torch Relay
Relay to Remain Within Guangdong Province; Asian Games Torch Unveiled Ruffolo Communications

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