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Injury Sidelines Serena Williams for Upcoming Tournaments

A few weeks after winning her 4th Wimbledon tennis title, American sports hero, Serena Williams has been sidelined by injury and may very well miss a series of upcoming tournaments.

According to reports emanating from the WTA, Williams is said to have injured her right foot cutting it on broken glass in a restaurant. It is now expected that the injury would require surgery, which Williams said makes her upset that she won’t be able to participate in competitions in Montreal, Istanbul and Cincinnati.

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FIFA World Cup Winners 1930-2010

Here is the full list of winners of the previous FIFA World Cups.

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LeBron James Close to Decision

After weeks of speculations, basketball fans throughout the US will soon be informed of LeBron James’ decision about which colours he will sport when the new NBA season tips off later this year.

According to a report released on ESPN.com, LeBron James will announce his decision on Thursday night (July 8th) during a one hour special on ESPN. Sources indicate that James is currently considering offers from the Chicago Bulls, New Jersey Nets and the Cleveland Cavaliers. However, it is reported that the NBA star seems to be leaning towards another season with the Cavs.

 

The media hype surrounding James’ decision is already leading dominating debates about the fortunes of the top NBA franchises for the next season.

 

The ESPN special is due to be aired at 9:00pm on Thursday with millions of sponsorship dollars being raised for donations to the Boys and Girls Clubs of America.
 

   

Football lags other sports on technology

June 28 2010 at 03:27PM

 

High-profile sports like rugby, tennis, cricket and basketball have seamlessly embraced technology to aid referees and linesmen, so why doesn't football?

The short answer is that Sepp Blatter and the Fifa heirarchy are from the old school and reluctant to dilute the human factor that has governed the game for so long.

Ueufa president Michel Platini is in complete agreement, arguing that video replays would interrupt the flow of the game.

Their defiant stance is in sharp contrast to many other sports that have adapted to the modern age.

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