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April 16, 2001 | Daily News Wire Services
Ralf Schumacher added to the rich family collection of Formula One trophies, capturing his first career victory in yesterday's San Marino Grand Prix in Imola, Italy. The 25-year-old brother of Michael Schumacher drove his Williams-BMW car to an almost unchallenged triumph, earning the British team its first GP win since September 1997 and ending a 22-race winning streak by either Ferrari or McLaren drivers. It also was the first time that two brothers have won F-1 Grand Prix - Michael is the reigning champion.
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May 13, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
Michael Schumacher didn't need the fastest car to win the Austrian Grand Prix in Spielberg, Austria. Schumacher cruised to victory yesterday when Ferrari teammate Rubens Barrichello - following team orders - yielded the lead in the final straightaway, allowing the four-time world champion to take the checkered flag. Barrichello, the polesitter who led the entire race, settled for second as Schumacher claimed his first Austrian GP and fifth victory in six races this season.
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October 9, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
Michael Schumacher dropped out of the Japanese Grand Prix yesterday with a blown engine, likely ending his hopes to end his career with the Formula One points title. Schumacher was leading the race in Suzuka, Japan, when he saw smoke coming from his engine. "And I knew immediately what that meant for the race and championship," said Schumacher, who is retiring after this season. "For me the championship is over. I have to say clearly I don't really believe in the championship anymore.
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March 18, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
For the first time in years, Sterling Marlin starts every race thinking he can win. Even from the last starting spot in the field. Marlin extended his dominating start to the season yesterday, coming from the 43rd starting position to win the Carolina Dodge Dealers 400 in Darlington, S.C. Marlin took over the lead after an 11-car accident that sent Tony Stewart to the hospital. It was his second win of the year and 10th of Marlin's career, but half of those have come since Chip Ganassi became his primary car owner before the 2001 season.
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April 21, 2003 | Daily News Wire Services
Wearing a black armband over his red racing suit, Michael Schumacher drove just hours after his mother's death yesterday and won the Formula One San Marino Grand Prix in Imola, Italy. His brother, Ralf, finished fourth. "My mother loved to be at the track," Schumacher said in a statement. "She loved it when we drove go-carts on the old track at home. She would have wanted to see us race today. " Under other circumstances, this finish would have prompted raucous celebrations by the five-time Formula One champion, Ferrari and their thousands of red-clad fans.
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November 27, 2012
Rory McIlroy made five straight birdies down the stretch to overtake Justin Rose and win the Dubai World Championship on Sunday, ending a year in which the 23-year-old Northern Irishman won the PGA Championship and the European and PGA Tour money titles. The top-ranked McIlroy recovered from early putting woes to finish at 6-under 66 for a total of 23-under 265 at the season-ending tournament. Rose, who was tied for seventh after three rounds, surged into contention after shooting a course-record 62 that included an eagle and eight birdies.
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October 10, 2000 | by Bill Fleischman, Daily News Sports Writer
To fans consumed by the Eagles, Michael Schumacher's latest world driving championship is merely a blip on the sports radar screen. ("Schumacher? He's a kicker for the Seahawks, isn't he?") Internationally, however, Schumacher's triumph is a major story. Schumacher, 31, is a German driving for Ferrari. After clinching his third title by winning the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday, Schumacher had to smile in his postrace interview as he thought about the reaction in Italy. "It must be amazing," he said.
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November 8, 1995 | By Pete Schnatz, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Taking on a brand-new form of racing did not present quite the challenge Mike Skinner might have expected. Whatever questions there were about the 38-year-old's driving abilities were emphatically laid to rest Oct. 28 in Phoenix. Returning to the site of his victory in the first race of the NASCAR SuperTruck Series, Skinner won the inaugural points championship in style. Starting from the third position and needing only to place among the top 23 finishers to claim the title in the drivers' points standings, Skinner attacked Phoenix International Raceway's one-mile oval from the outset of the GM Goodwrench-Delco Battery 200. Edging out Ernie Irvan and taking the checkered flag for his eighth victory in 20 starts this season, Skinner rekindled memories of his initial win in Phoenix - when he came from 16 cars back to nip Terry Labonte at the end of the February race.
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September 14, 1998 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
The U.S. men's team successfully defended its prestigious eights title at the World Rowing Championships yesterday in Cologne, Germany. The crew, which included five men from the gold-medal-winning team at last year's worlds, held off a strong German team to win in 5 minutes, 38.78 seconds. Among the members of the winning crew were Robert Kaehler of Holland, Pa.; Tom Welsh of Huntingdon Valley; Garrett Miller of Philadelphia; and coxswain Pete Cipollone of Ardmore. Germany, with almost a completely new crew, closed in on the Americans in the final 500 meters but wound up finishing 0.68 seconds back.
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January 17, 2006 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Kayla Burt ended her college basketball career at Washington yesterday, four days after her internal heart defibrillator activated during a game. Burt, 23, had the defibrillator implanted in her chest after her heart stopped on New Year's Eve 2002. She was in her off-campus apartment and teammates came to her rescue, performing CPR until paramedics arrived at the scene and took her to the hospital. "The decision is a mutual agreement between myself, my family, the doctors and the University of Washington," Burt, a senior guard, said at a news conference with coach June Daugherty and the Huskies' team doctor, Kim Harmon.
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November 27, 2012
Rory McIlroy made five straight birdies down the stretch to overtake Justin Rose and win the Dubai World Championship on Sunday, ending a year in which the 23-year-old Northern Irishman won the PGA Championship and the European and PGA Tour money titles. The top-ranked McIlroy recovered from early putting woes to finish at 6-under 66 for a total of 23-under 265 at the season-ending tournament. Rose, who was tied for seventh after three rounds, surged into contention after shooting a course-record 62 that included an eagle and eight birdies.
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October 9, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
Michael Schumacher dropped out of the Japanese Grand Prix yesterday with a blown engine, likely ending his hopes to end his career with the Formula One points title. Schumacher was leading the race in Suzuka, Japan, when he saw smoke coming from his engine. "And I knew immediately what that meant for the race and championship," said Schumacher, who is retiring after this season. "For me the championship is over. I have to say clearly I don't really believe in the championship anymore.
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September 11, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
World Anti-Doping Agency chairman Dick Pound wants to investigate why Marion Jones' backup sample came up negative, clearing her of a positive doping test. The "B" sample from the 30-year-old sprinter did not detect the banned endurance enhancer EPO, her attorneys said Wednesday. That means her initial positive result is thrown out. She was tested after winning the 100 meters at the U.S. track and field championships June 23. Pound said he found the inconsistent tests "disturbing.
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January 17, 2006 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Kayla Burt ended her college basketball career at Washington yesterday, four days after her internal heart defibrillator activated during a game. Burt, 23, had the defibrillator implanted in her chest after her heart stopped on New Year's Eve 2002. She was in her off-campus apartment and teammates came to her rescue, performing CPR until paramedics arrived at the scene and took her to the hospital. "The decision is a mutual agreement between myself, my family, the doctors and the University of Washington," Burt, a senior guard, said at a news conference with coach June Daugherty and the Huskies' team doctor, Kim Harmon.
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April 21, 2003 | Daily News Wire Services
Wearing a black armband over his red racing suit, Michael Schumacher drove just hours after his mother's death yesterday and won the Formula One San Marino Grand Prix in Imola, Italy. His brother, Ralf, finished fourth. "My mother loved to be at the track," Schumacher said in a statement. "She loved it when we drove go-carts on the old track at home. She would have wanted to see us race today. " Under other circumstances, this finish would have prompted raucous celebrations by the five-time Formula One champion, Ferrari and their thousands of red-clad fans.
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May 13, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
Michael Schumacher didn't need the fastest car to win the Austrian Grand Prix in Spielberg, Austria. Schumacher cruised to victory yesterday when Ferrari teammate Rubens Barrichello - following team orders - yielded the lead in the final straightaway, allowing the four-time world champion to take the checkered flag. Barrichello, the polesitter who led the entire race, settled for second as Schumacher claimed his first Austrian GP and fifth victory in six races this season.
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April 1, 2002 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
As a flashy, shaggy-haired teenager, Andre Agassi became the youngest men's champion in the ATP tournament in Key Biscayne, Fla. Twelve years later, bald and businesslike, he is still the tournament's best player. Agassi won the event for a record fifth time yesterday, beating Roger Federer, 6-3, 6-3, 3-6, 6-4, in the final of the Nasdaq-100 Open. Agassi, 31, also was the champion in 1990, 1995, 1996 and 2001. The only other player to win five titles was his wife, Steffi Graf.
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March 18, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
For the first time in years, Sterling Marlin starts every race thinking he can win. Even from the last starting spot in the field. Marlin extended his dominating start to the season yesterday, coming from the 43rd starting position to win the Carolina Dodge Dealers 400 in Darlington, S.C. Marlin took over the lead after an 11-car accident that sent Tony Stewart to the hospital. It was his second win of the year and 10th of Marlin's career, but half of those have come since Chip Ganassi became his primary car owner before the 2001 season.
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April 16, 2001 | Daily News Wire Services
Ralf Schumacher added to the rich family collection of Formula One trophies, capturing his first career victory in yesterday's San Marino Grand Prix in Imola, Italy. The 25-year-old brother of Michael Schumacher drove his Williams-BMW car to an almost unchallenged triumph, earning the British team its first GP win since September 1997 and ending a 22-race winning streak by either Ferrari or McLaren drivers. It also was the first time that two brothers have won F-1 Grand Prix - Michael is the reigning champion.
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October 10, 2000 | by Bill Fleischman, Daily News Sports Writer
To fans consumed by the Eagles, Michael Schumacher's latest world driving championship is merely a blip on the sports radar screen. ("Schumacher? He's a kicker for the Seahawks, isn't he?") Internationally, however, Schumacher's triumph is a major story. Schumacher, 31, is a German driving for Ferrari. After clinching his third title by winning the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday, Schumacher had to smile in his postrace interview as he thought about the reaction in Italy. "It must be amazing," he said.
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