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The Next F1 Great

The upstart of the 2007 Formula 1 was of course the highly acclaimed Lewis Hamilton. Many thought that he will be the next great big thing in F1. Lewis Hamilton's feats prior to F1 is something to be reckoned with, thats why he was enrolled in Mclaren's drivers program. Under the watchful eyes of Ron Dennis, Lewis proved himself to Ron Dennis that he will drive for his team in Formula 1. From Karting to Formula racing he simply dominated and consequently improved.

Miami Dolphins: So Much for Being Undefeated

Well, so much for the 2007 Miami Dolphins following in the footsteps of their 1972 counterparts; these fins aren't going to be perfect. With an overtime loss to the Washington Redskins on Sunday afternoon, the Dolphins find themselves 0-1. It can only go up from here. At least, that's what we're hoping.

Football... For the Girls

Tis the season for the start of the NFL. Fa la la la la, la la la la. For men, this often means studying stats, drafting fantasy players, and dedicating every Sunday for the rest of the year to one thing: the game. For women, the start of the NFL might mean the very same thing or it may mean something entirely different.

In Texas And Elsewhere Music And Sports Are Closely Linked

While music and sport are not generally talked about in the same sentence, there are historic connections between two of modern culture's biggest realms of influence.

2007 World Deaf Swimming Championships Day 1: European swimmers risen up

After the Opening Ceremony on Taipei Municipal Stadium on August 11, the 2007 World Deaf Swimming Championships, hosted by Taipei City Government and Chinese Taipei Sports Association of the Deaf (CTSAD), organized by Foundation of 21st Summer Deaflympics Organising Committee, kicked off on August 12 in National College of Physical Education and Sports Aquatic Center.

MLB: Orioles Beat Slumping Red Sox

The Baltimore Orioles rallied in the late innings Sunday to beat the slumping Boston Red Sox in a key Major League Baseball matchup.

China Unsure Whether Spielberg Will Pull Out as Olympics Artistic Director

Organizers of next year's Olympics in Beijing say they do not know whether U.S. film director Steven Spielberg might resign as artistic director for the Games.

Vatican could soon have a professional soccer team to compete with major national and international teams

Tarcisio Bertone, Roman Catholic archbishop and cardinal, current Holy See's Secretary of State, declared yesterday that the Vatican could soon have a professional soccer team to compete on equal footing with major national and international teams.

Is the NFL's Scarcity of Ties a Good Thing?

As we stand of the eve of another NFL season, let's consider the efficacy of regular season overtime games in the league.

The World Cup and...Economics?: What Italy has to Expect

With Italy's socking win to become the world's best soccer team, it seems prudent to discuss something that is not usually connected with soccer: the economy.

Italy Beats France in World Cup Championship

Italy is the 2006 World Cup football champion after defeating France in a penalty kick shootout, 5-3.

France Laments World Cup Loss

France woke up to the grim reality of its defeat against Italy in the World Cup championship in Germany. For VOA, Lisa Bryant takes a look at the mood in Paris, where a disappointed French soccer team arrived from Berlin.

Italy Captures World Cup Football Title

Italy are world champions for fourth time after beating France 5-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in Berlin's Olympiastadion.

Host Germany Ousted From World Cup After Losing to Italy

Fabio Grosso and Alessandro del Piero each scored late in overtime Tuesday in Dortmund

Fernando Alonso wins 2006 Canadian Grand Prix

Canadian fans absolutely upset when Jacque Villeneuve crashed on the dying laps of the race, causing a safety car to close the gap between Raikkonen and Schumacher.