|Injury set to end Dallaglio tour
Lawrence Dallaglios Lions tour is over, after the England forward suffered a serious ankle injury against Bay of Plenty. The 32-year-old was taken off on a stretcher after 20 minutes of the Lions 34-20 win in Rotorua and taken to hospital.
|Teenager Nadal knocks out Federer |
Rafael Nadal beat an out-of-sorts Roger Federer 6-3 4-6 6-4 6-3 at the French Open to reach his first Grand Slam final. The Spaniard, who turned 19 on Friday, becomes the youngest mens finalist at the tournament since Michael Chang, who won in Paris in 1989 at 17.
Savoldelli wins second Giro title
Paolo Savoldelli claimed his second Giro dItalia title in four years after staying out of trouble on the final stage from Albese con Cassano to Milan. The Italian, who rides for Lance Armstrongs Discovery Channel team, took victory by 28 seconds from compatriot Gilberto Simoni.
|Schumacher prepares for long haul|
Ferrari face a long haul before they can return to competitiveness in Formula One, Michael Schumacher says. The world champion finished fifth in the European Grand Prix to continue his poor start to the season and his longest winless run since 1993. A lot of work lies ahead of us, in many different areas, Schumacher said.
|Tyson has had it.
Former world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson said he will quit boxing after losing to Irish Kevin McBride, in Washington. May expected Tyson to win but referee Joe Cortez stopped the fight before round seven.
I was just fighting to pay off the bills, said Tyson, Im not an animal anymore. .
Harrison stops Brodie bid
Scott Harrison stopped Michael Brodie in the fourth round to defend his WBO featherweight title in Manchester. Dubbed a Battle of Britain, Scot Harrison and Englishman Brodie served up a ferocious fight from the start. Harrison, 27, was aggressor in round one, but Brodie regrouped to press the champion back and looked lively.
And now for the golf story
Four gentlemen go out to play golf one sunny morning
A vicar, a doctor and an engineer were waiting one morning for a particularly slow group of golfers. The engineer fumed, Whats wrong with these people?
We must have been waiting for 15 minutes!
The doctor chimed in, I dont know, but Ive never seen such ineptitude!
The vicar said, Hey, here comes the greens keeper. Lets have a word with him.
Hi George! Say, whats with that group ahead of us? Theyre rather slow, arent they?
The greens keeper replied, Oh, yes, thats a group of blind firefighters. They lost their sight saving our clubhouse from a fire last year, so we always let them play for free anytime.
The group was silent for a moment. The vicar said, Thats so sad. I think will say a special prayer for them tonight.
The doctor said, Good idea. And Im going to contact my ophthalmologist friend and see if theres anything he can do for them.
The engineer said, Why cant these guys play at night?