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Niyonshuti riding through the pain

Niyonshuti riding through the pain

KIGALI – From April through this time each year is a difficult period for Adrien Niyonshuti. It is then that his mind more readily casts back to the 100 days from April 6, 1994 when an estimated 800,000 of his countrymen were killed in the Rwandan ge

Global sports round-up

Global sports round-up

Two straight for Europcar team

LA TOUSSUIRE – Pierre Rolland of France won the hardest Alpine stage in the Tour de France today, and Bradley Wiggins dusted defending champion Cadel Evans in the final climb to extend his overall lead.

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Test evenly poised

PALLEKELE – Pakistan’s Azhar Ali smashed a second century in successive matches today to leave the final Test against Sri Lanka poised for an intriguing finish.† Azhar made 136 as Pakistan wriggled out of a corner to post 299-8 in their second inn

Clarke leadsthepack

widens gap after six rounds

With six of 10 rounds completed in the 2012 Barbados Rally Club (BRC) Virgin Atlantic Driver’s and Class Championships, Modified 7 leader Daryl Clarke (Honda Civic) has increased his lead in the overall title chase, tha

QC in devastating form at home

QC in devastating form at home

Queen’s College defeated St. George Secondary by 10 wickets today as action continued in the Lime Under-15 Cricket Tournament.†Playing at Queen’s College’s Husbands, St James ground, St. George made 103 for nine in their first innings and Queen’s C

Voeckler takes 10th stage

Voeckler takes 10th stage

PARIS – Thomas Voeckler won the tenth stage and Team Sky’s Bradley Wiggins retained the overall lead as the Tour de France hit the high mountains for the first time this year today.

The Europcar rider triumphed in the 194.5 kilometres stage from Mac

NZ let off

NZ let off

WI batting collapse sees New Zealand back into ODI series

New Zealand kept themselves alive in the One-Day International series against West Indies with an 88-run victory in the third game of the five-match series in St Kitts today.The Black Caps

Clarke leadsthepack

widens gap after six rounds

With six of 10 rounds completed in the 2012 Barbados Rally Club (BRC) Virgin Atlantic Driver’s and Class Championships, Modified 7 leader Daryl Clarke (Honda Civic) has increased his lead in the overall title chase, tha

Global sports round-up

Invitation-only for female Saudis

RIYADH – Saudi Arabia will send women athletes to the 2012 London Games if they are invited by the International Olympic Committee, a Saudi official said today.

“Saudi Arabia will allow female athletes to particip