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  • ˳: ' - , ' ( ) 06/30/2004
  • UEFA glad to keep talking (UEFA) 06/30/2004
  • Athletics: Cloete leaps 2m, as Pittman 'nails it in the first 300' in Zagreb (IAAF) 06/30/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/30/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Notebook (Miami Herald) 06/30/2004
  • Rowing: Stomach bugs and grazed ribs hinder Olympic hopefuls (Independent) 06/30/2004
  • [Ukrainian Sports] Commentator sacked for insulting Beckham (DPA/Malaysia Star) 06/30/2004
  • Tennis: Young Scot puts troubles behind (Guardian) 06/30/2004

  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/29/2004
  • Athletics: Rising Chinese star Ziang Liu wins 110-meter hurdles in Croatia (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/29/2004
  • Athletics: IAAF-Zagreb Grand Prix Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/29/2004
  • Athletics: Guevara retakes 400m top spot in the latest IAAF World Rankings (IAAF) 06/29/2004
  • Basketball: FIBA Europe 2004/2005 Club Competition Line-up Complete (FIBA Europe) 06/29/2004
  • Olympic rowers grace Henley (BBC Sport) 06/29/2004
  • Boxing: Foolish Tyson ready for debt-paying ring return (AFP/Yahoo) 06/29/2004
  • Tennis: State Farm Women's USTA Challenger Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/29/2004

  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/28/2004
  • Athletics: Josef Odlozil Memorial Grand Prix II Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/28/2004
  • Athletics: Vlasic-Cloete rematch to highlight Zagreb Grand Prix meeting (IAAF) 06/28/2004
  • This sailing's a breeze (Daily Telegraph) 06/28/2004

  • Soccer: Lavrynenko calls release from the team a shock (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) 06/27/2004
  • Athletics: Isinbayeva raises World record to 4.87 in Gateshead (IAAF) 06/27/2004
  • Athletics: IAAF Norwich Union Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/27/2004
  • Tennis: Federer and Capriati march through (Reuters) 06/27/2004
  • Tennis: Federer and Roddick on collision course at Wimbledon (AFP/Yahoo) 06/27/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/27/2004
  • Rowing. Pinsent: 'Four seconds to find' (The Observer) 06/27/2004

  • Athletics: Arron takes promising sprint double in Lille (IAAF) 06/26/2004
  • Athletics: France's Arron Wins Two Sprints at Lille (AP/Yahoo) 06/26/2004
  • Eriksson eyes new blood (BBC Sport) 06/26/2004
  • Globalize Soccer? Not in Your Lifetime, Chum (NY Times) 06/26/2004
  • Photo: The 'Khersones' from the Ukraine, left, appears among the numerous participators of international sailing ships, yachts, dinghies, outboard motor vessels and inflatable rubber boats during the windjammer parade in the Kiel Bay off Kiel, northern Germany, on Saturday, June 26, 2004. The windjammer parade is the peak of the traditional Kiel Week, the world's biggest sailing competition, that ends on Sunday. (AP/Yahoo) 06/26/2004
  • , . (BBC Ukrainian) 06/26/2004
  • Basketball: Burks, Emmett saw picks slip by (Memphis Commercial Appeal) 06/26/2004
  • Chess: Ivanchuk falls (Calcutta Telegraph) 06/26/2004

  • Athletics: Pittman back on track, as Lille prepares to hammer home its quality (IAAF) 06/25/2004
  • Baranov accepts Arsenal post (UEFA) 06/25/2004
  • UEFA Cup: Tough test for title-holders (UEFA) 06/25/2004
  • Athletics: 51 junior athletes to represent Italy in Grosseto (IAAF) 06/25/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/25/2004
  • Basketball: Deng, Araujo lead new global crop of NBA talent (AFP/Yahoo) 06/25/2004
  • Biedrins Leads European Parade Into NBA (FIBA Europe) 06/25/2004
  • Yachting: Keil Week in full swing after stormy weather passes [Rodion Luka and Georgiy Leonchuk of Ukraine] (RYA) 06/25/2004
  • Basketball: Griz add Raider, big Ukrainian [Sergei Lishouk, 6-11, 232-pound forward] (Memphis Commercial Appeal) 06/25/2004
  • Tennis: Hewitt sets up clash with Ivanisevic (AAP/Yahoo) 06/25/2004

  • Basketball: Grizzlies Acquire Draft Rights to Antonio Burks and Andre Emmett; Select Sergei Lishouk with the 49th Pick in the Draft (Memphis Grizzlies) 06/24/2004
  • NBA Draft-Pick 49 (AP/Yahoo) 06/24/2004
  • 2004 NBA Draft Team-by-Team (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/24/2004
  • Kovalenko's return better this time (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) 06/24/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/24/2004
  • Soccer: Freddy Adu's perfect score (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) 06/24/2004
  • Basketball: Grizzlies add three, including Antonio Burks, without first-round draft pick (Jackson Sun) 06/24/2004
  • Athletics: Lebedeva, Alekna and Samitova set world leading marks in Rethymno (IAAF) 06/24/2004
  • Chess: Indian challenge ends (Calcutta Telegraph) 06/24/2004

  • Basketball: A foreign idea Milwaukee considering world-wide draft options (Racine Journal Times) 06/23/2004
  • Soccer: Adu says if you can play at pro level, play (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle) 06/23/2004

  • Basketball: Kyiv Make Double Signing (FIBA Europe) 06/22/2004
  • Athletics: Pechonkina faces challenge of new Greek star Tsiklitiria Super Grand Prix (IAAF) 06/22/2004
  • Soccer death 'is unrelated to fan violence' (AP/IOL) 06/22/2004
  • England fan killed in Lisbon, Ukrainian held (Reuters) 06/22/2004
  • Tennis: Venus rises and the crowd give her a lift (Guardian) 06/22/2004
  • Chess: Harikrishna holds Ivanchuk (The Hindu) 06/22/2004

  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/21/2004
  • Boxing: Vanderpool confident he will beat American Jeff Lacy for IBF title (CP/Yahoo) 06/21/2004
  • Athletics: Britain's fall guys relegated to also-rans (The Times) 06/21/2004
  • Tennis: Rusedski on a mission to right the wrongs (Independent) 06/21/2004
  • Chess: German stuns Sasi in opener (Calcutta Telegraph) 06/21/2004

  • Athletics: Riguardo takes third World Race Walking Challenge win (IAAF) 06/20/2004
  • Photo: Algerian chess player Adlane Arab plays against Ukrainian Vassily lvanchuk at the world chess championship in Tripoli (AP/Yahoo) 06/20/2004
  • Athletics: European Cup, Women - Russia win as expected - Radcliffe runs 14:29.11 (IAAF) 06/20/2004
  • Athletics: Radcliffe Has Record Run in Comeback (AP/Yahoo) 06/20/2004
  • Athletics: European Cup Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/20/2004

  • Athletics: Britain and Russia top day one European Cup (IAAF) 06/19/2004
  • Athletics: European Cup Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/19/2004
  • Dynamo delight in title triumph (UEFA) 06/19/2004
  • Dynamo Kiev clinch another Ukrainian title (Reuters) 06/19/2004
  • Athletics: Brown sixth in Poland (BBC Sport) 06/19/2004

  • Athletics: European Cup Womens Events Preview (IAAF) 06/18/2004
  • Athletics: Kelli White (USA) performances annulled (IAAF) 06/18/2004
  • Tennis: WTA Tour Hastings Direct Championships Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/18/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Draw (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/18/2004
  • Euro-Russia seek to reward long-suffering fans [...some of the best players in the old Soviet Union team came from training centres in now independent states such as Georgia and Ukraine] (Reuters) 06/18/2004
  • It's politics as usual ...World champion Ruslan Ponomariov want to know why FIDE is silent now (Chessbase) 06/18/2004

  • Tennis: Wimbledon Qualifying Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/17/2004
  • Tennis: WTA Tour Hastings Direct Championships Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/17/2004
  • Tennis: Women's USTA-Baylor All Saints Fort Worth Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/17/2004

  • Photo: Boxer Vitali Klitschko, actor Tom Cruise, Olympian Rafer Johnson and Olympic gold medal swimmer Janet Evans pose after they ran the last leg of the Los Angeles portion of the Olympic Torch Relay inside Dodger Stadium (AP/Yahoo) 06/16/2004
  • Photo: Boxer Vitali Klitschko, former Olympic swimmer Janet Evans, actor Tom Cruise and former Olympic track and field star Rafer Johnson pose after running around Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles as part of the Olympic torch relay (AFP/Yahoo) 06/16/2004
  • Photo: The four final torch bearers in the global Olympic Torch Relay, WBC heavyweight boxing champion Vitali Klitschko, United States Olympic swimming gold medallist Janet Evans, actor Tom Cruise, and United States Olympic track and field gold medallist Rafer Johnson (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/16/2004
  • Photo: The four final torch bearers in the global Olympic Torch Relay during its stop in Los Angeles pose together with their torches in Dodger stadium. Shown are United States Olympic swimming gold medallist Janet Evans, actor Tom Cruise, WBC heavyweight boxing champion Vitali Klitschko and United States Olympic track and field gold medallist Rafer Johnson (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/16/2004
  • Photo: Boxer Vitali Klitschko, actor Tom Cruise, Olympian Rafer Johnson and Olympic gold medal swimmer Janet Evans pose after they ran the last leg of the Los Angeles portion of the Olympic Torch Relay inside Dodger Stadium (AP/Yahoo) 06/16/2004
  • Photo: Boxer Vitali Klitschko runs inside Dodger Stadium with the Olympic torch (AP/Yahoo) 06/16/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Qualifying Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/16/2004
  • Czech keeper Lastuvka agrees Shakhtar Donetsk move (Reuters) 06/16/2004
  • Vercoutre heads to Strasbourg (UEFA) 06/16/2004
  • Tennis: Women's USTA-Baylor All Saints Fort Worth Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/16/2004
  • Basketball: NBA 2004 draft prospect: Sergei Lishouk (sir-GAY Leesh-CHUK) (NBA) 06/16/2004

  • Photo: Detroit Pistons forward Rasheed Wallace celebrates as Los Angeles Lakers center Shaquille O'Neal, forward Stanislav Medvedenko and guard Gary Payton walk off the court (AP/Yahoo) 06/15/2004
  • Photo: Detroit Pistons Chauncey Billiups goes around Los Angeles Lakers Slava Medvedenko (AP/Yahoo) 06/15/2004
  • Photo: Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant is defended by Detroit Pistons forward Mehmet Okur and forward Tayshaun Prince. In the background are Lakers forward Stanislav Medvedenko and Pistons center Ben Wallace (AP/Yahoo) 06/15/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Qualifying Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/15/2004
  • Medvedenko scores early to fill void; 10 first-half points for Malone stand-in (LA Daily News) 06/15/2004
  • Photo: Sergij Grin, Sergij Bilushtchenko, Oleg Likov and Leonid Shaposhnikov of Ukraine compete in the final of the men's quadruple sculls at the Olympic Qualification Regatta on Lake Rotsee near Lucerne. Team Ukraine won the race and qualified for the upcoming Olympic Summer Games in Athens (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/15/2004
  • Tennis: Women's USTA-Baylor All Saints Fort Worth Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/15/2004
  • Tennis: Encouraging display fuels Baltacha on voyage back to form (Independent) 06/15/2004
  • Outside Influence. NBA Finals being broadcast in 39 languages translates into big-time international drawing power (LA Times) 06/15/2004

  • Athletics: Ziolkowski ready to defend his title in Athens (IAAF) 06/14/2004
  • Tennis: WTA Tour Hastings Direct Championships Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/14/2004
  • Sport in Brief (Daily Telegraph) 06/14/2004
  • Swimming: Parry and Marshall raising hopes of success (The Times) 06/14/2004

  • Photo: Detroit Pistons forward Rasheed Wallace celebrates a basket as Los Angeles Lakers forward Stanislav Medvedenko turns away (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/13/2004
  • Photo: Los Angeles Lakers guard Devean George helps separate forward Slava Medvedenko and Detroit Pistons forward Rasheed Wallace (AP/Yahoo) 06/13/2004
  • Photo: Los Angeles Lakers forward Slava Medvedenko and Detroit Pistons forward Rasheed Wallace face each other during a confrontation in the third quarter (AP/Yahoo) 06/13/2004
  • Photo: Detroit Pistons Rasheed Wallace and Los Angeles Lakers Stanislav Medvedenko shove each other during second half action (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/13/2004
  • Swimming: Mare Nostrum 4 - Day 2 Results & Report (Swim News) 06/13/2004

  • Swimming: Mare Nostrum 4 - Day 1 Results (Swim News) 06/12/2004
  • Swimming: Gibson seeks to underline Olympic bid (The Times) 06/12/2004
  • Lee Wins Bronze at N.Y. Fencing Event (AP/Yahoo) 06/12/2004
  • New York Grand Prix of Fencing Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/12/2004
  • What are the Klitschko Brothers doing in New York? FOTO/S (BRAMA) 06/12/2004

  • Photo: Heavyweight boxers Vitali Klitschko and his brother Wladimir Klitschko of the Ukraine pose in Times Square, New York June 11, 2004. Vitali, the World Boxing Council Heavyweight champion, won the crown after knocking out South African Corrie Sanders, and plans to make the first defense of his belt in September. Vitali will throw out the first pitch at the New York Yankee's baseball game on June 12 (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/11/2004
  • Photo: Pau forward Ukrainian Artur Drozdov goes up for a basket in front of Gravelines defenders Ricardo Greer of the Dominican Republic and Igor Perica of Croatia (AFP/Yahoo) 06/11/2004
  • Cycling: Dauphine Libere Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/11/2004
  • Athletics: IAAF Bislett Games Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/11/2004
  • Athletics: Abeylegesse obliterates the women's 5000m World record in Bergen TDK Golden League (IAAF) 06/11/2004
  • Athletics: Abeylegesse breaks 5,000 world record, Canadian Felicien second in hurdles (CP/Yahoo) 06/11/2004
  • Athletics: Abeylegesse smashes women's 5,000m world record (AFP/Yahoo) 06/11/2004
  • Pavel Rezvoy lands in Cuba. Check your GPS and satellite phones at the pier... (Ocean Rowing Society) 06/11/2004

  • Photo: Los Angeles Lakers forward Stanislav Medvedenko battles Detroit Pistons guard Chauncey Billups and center Elden Campbell (AP/Yahoo) 06/10/2004
  • Photo: Detroit Pistons' Lindsey Hunter and Los Angeles Lakers' Stanislav Medvedenko get tangled up (AP/Yahoo) 06/10/2004
  • Photo: Detroit Pistons' Elden Campbell goes to the basket as Los Angeles Lakers' Stanislav Medvedenko looks on (AP/Yahoo) 06/10/2004
  • Photo: Detroit Pistons' Richard Hamilton goes over Los Angeles Lakers' Stanislav Medvedenko (AP/Yahoo) 06/10/2004
  • Photo: Andriy Serdinov from Ukraine swims the men's 100 metres butterfly at the Barcelona Swimming Championships (Reuters) 06/10/2004
  • Photo: Yana Klochkova from Ukraine swims the women's 400 metres individual medley at the Barcelona Swimming Championships (Reuters) 06/10/2004
  • Canadian Joanne Malar wins bronze at Mare Nostrum swimming meet (CP/Yahoo) 06/10/2004
  • Swimming: Mare Nostrum 3 - Day 2 Results (Swim News) 06/10/2004
  • Sports Round-up (Daily Telegraph) 06/10/2004
  • Athletics: IAAF wants Montgomery case settled before Athens Olympics (AFP/Yahoo) 06/10/2004
  • Athletics: No Letter for Pintusevich-Block (Wash Post) 06/10/2004
  • Athletics: USADA action has cast a shadow of doubt over Bekeles run (Glasgow Herald) 06/10/2004
  • Athletics: Phillips - 8.28 Long Jump and 10.22 100m - in Luzern (IAAF) 06/10/2004
  • Athletics: Schultz takes a step forward in Cottbus (IAAF) 06/10/2004
  • Athletics: Holm - close miss at 2.36m (IAAF) 06/10/2004
  • Athletics: TDK Golden League Bergen Preview (IAAF) 06/10/2004
  • New York Grand Prix of Fencing Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/10/2004
  • Tennis: WTA Tour DFS Classic Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/10/2004
  • Vitali Klitschko hopes for re-bout with Lennox Lewis (AP/NDTV) 06/10/2004

  • Athletics: Dragila denied world record (BBC Sport) 06/09/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko and his wife Debbie take part in a victory parade in Tampa (AP/Yahoo) 06/09/2004
  • Rebrov 'will fight for Spurs place' (Guardian) 06/09/2004
  • Rebrov keen to impress (BBC Sport) 06/09/2004
  • Photo: Yana Klochkova from Ukraine swims during the women's 200 metres individual medley at the Barcelona Swimming Championships (Reuters) 06/09/2004
  • Victoria swimmer Say just off Canadian record in Mare Nostrum win (CP/Yahoo) 06/09/2004
  • Athletics: Montgomery named in US doping probe (AFP/Yahoo) 06/09/2004
  • Swimming: Mare Nostrum 3 - Day 1 Results (Swim News) 06/09/2004
  • Athletics: Anti-Doping Agency Seeks More Answers from Jones (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/09/2004
  • Athletics: USADA Puts Five On Notice (Wash Post) 06/09/2004
  • Hockey: Players Plan Their Day With The Cup (Tampa Tribune) 06/09/2004

  • Hockey: Tampa Bay Lightning beat Calgary to capture NHL crown (AFP/Yahoo) 06/08/2004
  • Athletics: Bekele smashes 10,000m World record in Ostrava (IAAF) 06/08/2004
  • Athletics: Felicien wins hurdles; American Dragila sets world women's pole vault record (CP/Yahoo) 06/08/2004
  • Athletics: Dragila Reclaims World Pole Vault Record (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/08/2004
  • Athletics: IAAF Super Grand Prix Golden Spike Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/08/2004
  • Athletics: On track for a great start to TDK Golden League in Bergen (IAAF) 06/08/2004
  • Athletics: Paul Koech best performer of this week's World Rankings (IAAF) 06/08/2004
  • Shevchenko and Inzaghi in tournament 'Absentees XI' (Reuters) 06/08/2004
  • Tennis: WTA Tour DFS Classic Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/08/2004
  • Tennis: Women's USTA-MECCO Cup Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/08/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko (Tampa Tribune) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Jubilant Fedotenko washes away trade, scar (St. Petersburg Times (Florida)) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: No Doubt About Deal (Tampa Tribune) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko key addition for Cup (USA Today) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko proves Feaster right (NHL) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Back at home in front of net (St. Petersburg Times (Florida)) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko's Game Seven heroics could bring Cup to Iowa (Ticker/Yahoo) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning hoist coveted Cup for first NHL title (Miami Herald) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning capture first Stanley Cup with 2-1 victory (Sun-Herald) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Cup goes South (Denver Post) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning put out Flames to win Stanley Cup Finals (Wash Times) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Bolts strike it rich (Philadelphia Inquirer) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Calgary's dream ends (National Post) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Bolts zap the Flames (Toronto Star) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Cinderella run ends in heartbreak for Flames as furious Game 7 rally can't prevent Lightning from winning Florida's first Stanley Cup (Edmonton Journal) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Nobody Enjoyed, Endured More Than Andreychuk (Tampa Tribune) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Bolts veteran has ray of hope (Globe and Mail) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning basking in the glow of Stanley Cup title (Ticker/Yahoo) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning Takes Its First Drink From Cup [Fedotenko] (NY Times) 06/08/2004
  • Lightning electrify NHL (Sun-Sentinel) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Ruslan Fedotenko becomes first Ukrainian to win Stanley Cup (IIHF) 06/08/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning win Stanley Cup [Fedotenko] (BBC Sport) 06/08/2004

  • Hockey: Tampa Bay Lightning beat Calgary to capture NHL crown (AFP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko, who scored the two winning goals against the Calgary Flames, hoists the Stanley Cup (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko hoists the Stanley Cup after they defeated the Calgary Flames 2-1 to win the NHL championship (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko hoists the Stanley Cup following game seven of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning captain Dave Andreychuk hoists the Stanley Cup (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa bay Lightning right winger Ruslan Fedotenko jumps over Calgary Flames goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff during third period action (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates his second goal of the game on the Calgary Flames (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko is surrounded by teammates Vincent Lecavalier, Cory Stillman, Dan Boyle after scoring against the Calgary Flames during second period (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning right winger Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates with teammates after scoring his teams second goal against the Calgary Flames (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates his second goal (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Ruslan Fedotenko of the Tampa Bay Lightning celebrates with teammate Cory Stillman after scoring the team's second goal against the Calgary Flames (AFP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko is congratulated by teammates Jassen Cullimore, Cory Stillman and Vincent Lecavalier after scoring his teams second goal (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko scores his second goal of the game past Calgary Flames goalie Miikka Kiprusoff (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Calgary Flames goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff and Ville Nieminen watch the puck fly into the net on a goal by Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko during second period (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko's face is bruised and bloodied from a cross-check he received during the first period (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning right winger Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates with teammate Dmitry Afanasenkov after scoring his teams first goal against the Calgary Flames (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Members of the Tampa Bay Lightning celebrate a goal by right winger Ruslan Fedotenko (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Robyn Regehr of the Calgary Flames skates by Ruslan Fedotenko of the Tampa Bay Lightning is congratulated by teammates after scoring a goal during the first period (AFP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko is surrounded by teammates Pavel Kubina and Brad Richards after scoring against the Calgary Flames (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates his first period power play goal with teammate Pavel Kubina (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko celebrates his first period goal (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: The puck sails into the net past Calgary Flames goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff on a goal by Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Calgary Flames Miikka Kiprusoff lets in a goal by Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko during first period action (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: A shot by Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko goes past the jersey of Calgary Flames goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning Ruslan Fedotenko runs into Calgary Flames goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko the Game 7 hero with two goals as Lightning win Cup over Calgary (CP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning Claim Stanley Cup with Game Seven Win (Reuters) 06/07/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko scores twice to give Lightning lead after two periods (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/07/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko says he's okay (St. Petersburg Times (Florida)) 06/07/2004
  • Athletics: Sposob increases World season lead with 2.34m leap in Bydgoszcz (IAAF) 06/07/2004
  • Athletics: French double in Arles with victories for Hernu and Collonvill (IAAF) 06/07/2004
  • Athletics: Bekele's 10,000m appearance heads impressive programme - Ostrava Preview (IAAF) 06/07/2004
  • Cycling: Dauphine Libere Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/07/2004
  • Tennis: WTA Tour DFS Classic Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/07/2004
  • France's Vieira ready for England (AFP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004
  • Hockey: Lightning Beat Flames to Win Stanley Cup (AP/Yahoo) 06/07/2004

  • An Epic Voyage: world's oldest ocean rower, Ukrainian Pavel Rezvoy, crosses Atlantic SPECIAL (BRAMA) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Willy Sagnol and Claude Makelele struggle with Ukraine's Oleksandr Kosyrin at the Stade de France (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Thierry Henry is challenged by Ukraine's captain Anatoliy Tymoshchuk and Mykhailo Starostyak (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Robert Pires is tackled by Ukraine's Oleh Husyev (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Louis Saha is challenged by Ukraine's captain Anatoliy Tymoshchuk and Volodymyr Yeserskiy (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Oleh Husyev duels for the ball with France's Bixente Lizarazu (AP/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Thierry Henry fights for the ball with Ukraine's Oleh Shelayev and Volodymyr Yeserskiy (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Bixente Lizarazu is tackled by Ukraine's Oleh Husyev (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Zinedine Zidane fights for the ball with Ukraine's Mykhailo Starostyak (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: Frenchman Robert Pires battles Ukrainian Oleh Shelayev for the ball (AFP/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Bixente Lizarazu jumps beside Ukraine's Mykhailo Starostyak (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Mickael Silvestre jumps for the ball with his team-mate Lilian Thuram and Ukraine's Andriy Vorobey (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: Frenchman Thierry Henry battles Ukrainians Anatoliy Tymoshchuk and Serhiy Fedorov (AFP/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Zinedine Zidane struggles with Ukraine's Mykhailo Starostyak (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Patrick Vieira duels for the ball with Ukraine's Ruslan Rotan (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Zinedine Zidane is tackled by Ukraine's Oleh Husyev during their international friendly (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: France's Zinedine Zidane vies with Ukraine's Oleh Husyev (AFP/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • France coach Santini praises players' resolve (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Zidane volley earns France victory in final Euro 2004 warm-up (AFP/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Zidane grabs late winner for France (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Zidane stars for France (BBC Sport) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: Gold medalist Russian Alina Kabaeva, silver medalist Anna Bessonova of Ukraine and bronze medalist Russian Irina Chaschina - European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship in Kiev (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: Anna Bessonova performs with the clubs during the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship in Kiev (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: Anna Bessonova of Ukraine dances with the hoop during the all-round individual competition at the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship in Kiev (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: Natalia Godunko of Ukraine performs with the ball during the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship in Kiev (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Photo: Natalia Godunko of Ukraine performs with the ball during the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship (Reuters) 06/06/2004
  • Russia's Kabaeva Wins Rhythmic Title (AP/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Canada's Rick Say wins 200-metre gold at Mare Nostrum swimming meet (CP/Yahoo) 06/06/2004
  • Swimming: Mare Nostrum 2 - Day 2 Results (Swim News) 06/06/2004
  • Athletics: World bests for Koech, Bungei and Kanter in Seville Grand Prix (IAAF) 06/06/2004
  • Athletics: Moore and Dobrynska lead after Day One in Arles Combined Events Challenge (IAAF) 06/06/2004

  • Sprained ankle forces Trezeguet out of Ukraine clash (AFP/Yahoo) 06/05/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Brad Richards celebrates his power play goal with teammates Dan Boyle, Martin St. Louis and Ruslan Fedotenko (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/05/2004
  • Swimming: Canadians Janes, Lacroix win bronze at Mare Nostrum swim meet (CP/Yahoo) 06/05/2004
  • Swimming: Mare Nostrum 2 - Day 1 Results (Swim News) 06/05/2004
  • Athletics: Seville Prix Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/05/2004
  • France's Trezeguet out of Ukraine game with ankle injury (Reuters) 06/05/2004
  • Czechs take play-off chance (UEFA) 06/05/2004
  • Kupchak puts stamp on this team [Slava Medvedenko] (Long Beach Press Telegram) 06/05/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian Godunko Natalia performs with the ball during her routine in the team competition at the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship in Kiev, June 5, 2004. Participants from 30 countries are taking part in the contest in the Ukrainian capital to June 6. (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/05/2004
  • US women meet professor Kasparov (Chessbase) 06/05/2004
  • Ivanchuk wins in Europe (UPI/Wash Times) 06/05/2004

  • Athletics: Memorial Primo Nebiolo Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/04/2004
  • Modern-Day Vikings Retrace Sailing Trip Through The Caucasus (RFE/RL) 06/04/2004
  • Shevchenko pulls out of Ukraine's friendly v France (Reuters) 06/04/2004
  • Athletics: Twelve Paris World Championships medallists spearhead Seville Grand Prix (IAAF) 06/04/2004
  • Athletics: Open field in Arles Combined Events Challenge after Eunice Barber's withdrawal (IAAF) 06/04/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/04/2004
  • [Ukraine-born Scot, Elena] Baltacha stopped in tracks (The Scotsman) 06/04/2004
  • Shevchenko going nowhere - Milan (Football365) 06/04/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko Returns to Ice for Game 5 (Tampa Tribune) 06/04/2004

  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning head coach John Tortorella speaks with captain Dave Andreychuk while Ruslan Fedotenko watches play (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Photo: Calgary Flames' Jarome Iginla celebrates after scoring Calgary's second goal as Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko skates by (AP/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning's Ruslan Fedotenko checks Calgary Flames' Jarome Iginla (AP/Yahoo) 06/03/2004
  • Athletics: Adere and Laalou set World season bests in Milan Grand Prix (IAAF) 06/03/2004
  • Athletics: Christian Olsson to delight Italian crowd in Memorial Primo Nebiolo Grand Prix (IAAF) 06/03/2004
  • Swimming: Mare Nostrum 1 - Results (Swim News) 06/03/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/03/2004
  • Osters win UEFA Cup place through fair play league (Reuters) 06/03/2004
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  • Athletics: IAAF Grand Prix Regione Lombardia Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/02/2004
  • Hockey: Lecavalier, Kubina, Fedotenko practice with Lightning before Game 5 with Flames (CP/Yahoo) 06/02/2004
  • Hockey: Fedotenko, Kubina practice for Lightning (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/02/2004
  • Basketball: Shaptala Named BC Dnipro Boss (FIBA Europe) 06/02/2004
  • Swimming: Say wins silver, Malar takes bronze at Mare Nostrum swim meet (CP/Yahoo) 06/02/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/02/2004
  • Athletics: Pavlysh Banned From Shot Putting for Life (AP/Yahoo) 06/02/2004
  • The Games from a different angle [Anatoliy Kenis' judo journey...] (Philadelphia Inquirer) 06/02/2004
  • Pavlysh gets life ban for doping (Reuters/Rediff) 06/02/2004
  • Kovalenko Takes In Tribute to Stoitchkov (Wash Post) 06/02/2004

  • Tennis: Keothavong and O'Donoghue find the going heavy on grass (Independent) 06/01/2004
  • Blokhin chases first win (UEFA) 06/01/2004
  • Hockey: Battered Lightning Welcome Time to Rest (AP/Yahoo) 06/01/2004
  • Hockey: Top-Line Forward Fedotenko Misses Game 4 (AP/Yahoo) 06/01/2004
  • Field Hockey: English sides miss out on medals (Independent) 06/01/2004
  • Athletics: Adere to attempt 5000m World record - Milan GP Preview (IAAF) 06/01/2004
  • Olympic torch relay set to blaze first global trail (Reuters) 06/01/2004
  • Tennis: French Open Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/01/2004
  • Modern Pentathlon Worlds Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 06/01/2004
  • Rush, Medvedenko Spark Lakers to Victory (AP/Yahoo) 06/01/2004
  • Wolves just ran out of gas [Medvedenko] (Twin Cities Pioneer Press) 06/01/2004
  • It All Works Out in the End [The longer Slava Medvedenko stayed in, the better he did...] (LA Times) 06/01/2004
  • Running away to Finals [...less heralded was the effort from Slava Medvedenko, who made all three shots in the period] (LA Daily News) 06/01/2004
  • Lakers head back to finals [Slava Medvedenko added two critical baskets in the final minutes] (Australia Courier-Mail) 06/01/2004
  • Lakers Discover a Team [Medvedenko] (LA Times) 06/01/2004
  • Lakers Prevail and Make Finals [Slava Medvedenko, a reserve forward, was nearly as big as Rush down the stretch, scoring 6 of his 8 points in the fourth.] (NY Times) 06/01/2004
  • Lakers Sink Timberwolves to Advance to NBA Finals [Medvedenko] (Reuters/Yahoo) 06/01/2004
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