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    Detroit Shock Win Third WNBA Championship

    Sunday, October 5, 2008 – The Detroit Shock usually play their home games at The Palace of Auburn Hills, a large stadium.

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    The Greatest After Ali (Part 11)

    Even without any boxing title to be put at stake by either boxer in the “dream match” between American-Mexican Oscar De La Hoya and Filipino idol Manny Pacquiao on Dec.

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    Venus Williams on the Rise Once Again

    October 3, 2008, Stuttgart, Germany – For some, playing against Dinara Safina can be intimidating enough to affect their game.

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    2010: Expected full recovery of Woods

    October 3, 2008 – The great Tiger Woods has said that football players who have undergone the same kind of knee surgery that he had are usually not yet fully recovered and playing at their best for at least two years.

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    Del Potro Reaches Japan Open SF

    October 3, Tokyo, Japan - Juan Martin Del Potro advanced to the semifinals on Friday, day five of the AIG Japan Open Tennis championship 2008, leaving top-seeded David Ferrer in the dust.

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    Choi leads at Samsung, while Sorenstam struggles

    October 3, 2008, HALF MOON BAY, California – South Korean, Na Yeon Choi, managed to stick it through wind changes and decrease in temperature while playing near the Pacific Ocean for the Samsung LPGA World Championship.

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    John Daly to concentrate on the European Tour in 2009

    October 2, 2008 – John Daly plans to be a PGA European Tour star next year.

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    Pacquiao-De Le Hoya Fight: Is it worth spending?

    October 3, 2008, Friday Since Roberto Gonzalez was 12 years old, he was exposed to everything there was to know about boxing.

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    Venus reaches QF in Stuttgart

    October 2, Stuttgart, Germany - The road to the quarterfinals did apparently not seem that daunting to tennis pro Venus Williams.

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    Safina and Venus to meet at Stuttgart Semis

    October 2, 2008 - World number three Russian player, Dinara Safina, eventually defeated Tsvetana Pironkova of Bulgaria with a 6-1 7-6 at the Stuttgart Grand Prix last Thursday.

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