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Sports News on August 8, 2011

Tiger Woods' ex Elin Nordegren still dating Dingman despite Uchitel links
Tiger Woods' former wife Elin Nordegren is still dating her American investor boyfriend Jamie Dingman despite reports that he was once linked to her arch-rival Rachel Uchitel. ANI

Sneijder says Man U, City can get him for "the right amount"
Dutch footballer Wesley Sneijder has put Manchester United and Manchester City on alert saying that Inter Milan would sell him for "the right amount". ANI

Sacked caddie takes dig at Tiger Woods following Scott's World Golf Championships win
Tiger Woods' former caddie Steve Williams has taken a dig at the American golfer by describing Australian Adam Scott's four-stroke win in the World Golf Championships as "the best week in my life". ANI

Olympics 2012 athletes to get 'free sexy lap dances and free champagne'
Sexy pole dancers have been assigned the duty to boost the confidence of top athletes when they hit Britain for next year's Olympics. ANI

Cheryl Cole moving back to her and ex Ashley's marital home
Cheryl Cole is reportedly moving back to her marital home in Surrey she once shared with her ex-husband Ashley in a bid to rekindle her relationship with the womanising footballer. ANI

Warner credits Langer for his improved batting consistency
Australian Twenty20 specialist David Warner credits batting coach Justin Langer for helping turn him into a more consistent batsman. ANI

Former Pak cricketers want Afridi's return to resolve captaincy crisis
Former Pakistani cricketers believe that the return of Shahid Afridi as the captain of the team could resolve the crisis plaguing the team, especially at a time when the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is trying to find a replacement for current skipper Misbahul Haq. ANI

White says 'positive and aggressive' Oz team can square Lanka Twenty20 series
Australian Twenty20 captain Cameron White is confident that his team can bounce back in today's clash against Sri Lanka at Kandy's Pallekele International Cricket Stadium. ANI

Man U's Community Shield triumph 'a footballing lesson' for City: Rooney
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney reckons that Manchester City has been taught a 'footballing lesson' after their Community Shield loss on Sunday. ANI

Tremlett eyeing 4-0 Test series whitewash over India
England fast bowler Chris Tremlett has called on his teammates to seal their ascent to the top of the Test rankings with a series whitewash over India. ANI

Shane Warne's dad hits back at jibes around son's dramatic new look
Shane Warne's dramatic weight loss and new grooming regime has got him more attention that what he had bargained for, with family and friends of the cricket star hitting back at jibes made about his "metrosexual makeover". ANI

Tiger Woods loses yet another major sponsor Tag Heuer
Tiger Woods lost his missus, his numero uno rank and his reputation following the revelation of his sex scandals. Now he has suffered yet another setback after his major sponsor Tag Heuer dropped him from their list. ANI

Bresnan set to be retained in England team for Edgbaston Test
England are set to stick with fast bowler Tim Bresnan for the third Test against India at Edgbaston, as injured Chris Tremlett is still battling to make himself available. ANI

Pak wants to host tennis Fed Cup
The Pakistan Tennis Federation (PTF) has requested the International Tennis Federation (ITF) to allow them to host next year's Fed Cup. ANI

Blind UK man planning 10-day marathon to raise 100k pounds for charity
A blind British man who raised thousands of pounds for charity by running seven marathons in seven days on seven continents is planning a new challenge. ANI

"Hope India will bounce back," says Ganguly
Former Indian cricket captain Sourav Ganguly has expressed faith in the national squad currently struggling in the test series in England. ANI

Posh tweets adorable new pic of Becks cuddling Harper
Proud mother Victoria Beckham has shared a new photo of her soccer star husband David cuddling their newborn daughter Harper Seven. ANI

'No pay raise for Pak cricketers'
There will be no increase in the monthly salaries and match fees of Pakistan cricketers, sources in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) have said. ANI

'Flower, Strauss' outstanding leadership key to England success'
England coach Andy Flower and captain Andrew Strauss have been key to the team's stunning success in the past three years, England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) managing director Hugh Morris said. ANI

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