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Heartbreak City: L.A.'s biggest sports disappointments - Daily Breeze

By germanifa01 - June 14th, 2008, 9:28, Category: General

Los Angeles doesn't do disappointment with the panache of a more tightly wound city like, oh, maybe, let's say, Boston. Our roots are too widespread, our rooting interests too diverse, our sports history too essentially sunny. Even after a disaster

Euro 2008 Winter's Word: Dutch fans paint the towns and trains of - Daily Telegraph
When it comes to off-field life in the Group of Death, the Italians have the classiest suits, the French the most stirring national anthem, the Romanians the most smokers and the Dutch by far the best supporters. Euro 2008 Winter's Word: Double

Maria Sharapova lifted the Venus Rosewater Bowl to the skies and then collapsed in a fit of schoolgirl giggles. It was almost as if she could not believe that she had just beaten defending champion Serena Williams 6-1 6-4 to become the first Russian

Eastern Europe's new stars of women's tennis - Daily Telegraph
Women's tennis has seen a couple of significant firsts in recent weeks. Ashley Harkleroad , an American, became the first professional tennis player to bare all for Playboy magazine, and will appear without a stitch of tennis kit in its August issue

King of Raî, Khaled to perform in UK - Al Arab Online
The Liverpool Arabic Arts Festival 2008 is proud to present a strong line up of music performances during a spectacular two week celebration of Middle Eastern culture running 11-27 July. Algerian-born singer-songwriter Khaled - a huge star across