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    Monterey Peninsula announces week-long Activities

    In celebration of the Red Bull MotoGP Championship to be held at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, in California in July, Monterey Peninsula has announced its plans to hold a weeklong series of motorcycle activities.

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    Lilian Thuram Joins PSG From Barcelona

    The player exodus from FC Barcelona continues.

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    Real Madrid Name Ronaldo Price

    Here’s more to the ongoing Cristiano Ronaldo traveling circus.

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    Marcelo Lippi Back In Italy Set-Up!

    If the highly respected Italian sports daily Il Corriere Dello Sport is to be trusted, then Marcelo Lippi has already decided to return to the Italian national team set-up.

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    Coming up in the WNBA - Thursday

    Wednesday, June 25, 2008 – No WNBA games scheduled for today, but there’s a full spate coming up for Thursday.

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    Is Candace Parker's dunk a big deal?

    Candace Parker, the rookie star out of the University of Tennessee, who helped Coach Pat Summitt win two NCAA championships, dunked in a game for the Los Angeles Sparks yesterday, the second game in a row that she had done so.

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    Testing resumes at Silverstone

    The Formula One calender moves to Silverstone this week for a round of testing before the British Grand Prix.

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    Massa is trend-setter for Day One

    Ferrari’s Felipe Massa was the quickest man at Silverstone on Tuesday, as this week’s three-day test got underway.

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    Raceday with Bourais

    Finishing a lap down in 17th place may not be the ideal finish to his first home Grand Prix, but having enjoyed so many successes at Magny-Cours, Toro Rosso’s Sebastien Bourdais retains his affection for the French circuit.

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    Adapta may ply under Subaru Banner

    Morgan Andersson claims that his Norway-based Adapta World Rally Team is close to clinching a deal with Subaru to run a two-car manufacturer team in the 2009 World Rally Championship season.

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