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  • Photo: West Ham's Sergei Rebrov (Empics/Yahoo) 07/31/2004
  • Photo: West Ham's Sergei Rebrov beats Christian Wilhelmsson (Empics/Yahoo) 07/31/2004
  • Photo: West Ham's Sergei Rebrov shoots at goal (Empics/Yahoo) 07/31/2004
  • Photo: West Ham's Sergei Rebrov chats to Par Zetterberg (Empics/Yahoo) 07/31/2004
  • Photo: Manchester United goalkeeper Tim Howard makes a save on a shot by AC Milan forward Andriy Shevchenko during the first half of their friendly match at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford (AP/Yahoo) 07/31/2004
  • Photo: Eastern Conference's Amando Guevara celebrates his first of two goals against the Western Conference with teammates Dema Kovalenko and Chris Armas in the first half of the MLS All-Star game (AP/Yahoo) 07/31/2004
  • Photo: Oleksandr Pakhomov and Andriy Pryveda of Ukraine celebrate after winning the junior men's coxed pairs final at the World Rowing Championships on Lake Banyoles near Barcelona (Reuters) 07/31/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan's Andriy Shevchenko reacts after scoring the tying goal late in the second half against Manchester United at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP/Yahoo) 07/31/2004
  • Photo: AC Milan forward Andriy Shevchenko is tackled by Manchester United defender Milkael Silvestre and midfielder Roy Keane (AP/Yahoo) 07/31/2004
  • United Denied Victory By Late Shevchenko Strike (Manchester United) 07/31/2004

  • Photo: Kenya's Paul Korir (2nd R) edges out Ivan Heshko (L) of Ukraine to win the Emsley Carr Mile race for the second consecutive year, during the London Grand Prix international athletics meeting at Crystal Palace, in south London, July 30, 2004 (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/30/2004
  • Champions League qualifying draw (AFP/Yahoo) 07/30/2004

  • At 38, Tyson's quest won't be a cakewalk (Wash Post) 07/29/2004
  • Klochkova's medal pile set to grow in Athens (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/29/2004
  • Iron Mike eyes Klitschko title fight (RTE.ie Sport) 07/29/2004

  • American gymnasts still searching for success away from home (AFP/Yahoo) 07/28/2004
  • Poland, Ukraine, Italy and Portugal advance to semifinals in lightweight single sculls (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/28/2004
  • Chess: Sizzling Sasi beats Ponomariov (Calcutta Telegraph) 07/28/2004

  • Photo: Dynamo Kiev's new player Brazilian Rodolfo Bispo shows his new team shirt during an official presentation ceremony at a stadium in Kiev (Reuters) 07/27/2004
  • NBA To Host 36 International Events across Six Continents [Basketball without Borders - Slava Medvedenko] (BusinessWire) 07/27/2004
  • Bid on 'Maxi the Knockout' starts at $4000 - Cow Parade bovine by Patti Brinjac is a tribute to Ukrainian Boxers Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko (CowParade) 07/27/2004
  • Boxing Cow for Sale! Multicultural Tribute to the Klitschkos Looking for a New Home (PRNewswire) 07/27/2004
  • Shakhtar find their form (UEFA) 07/27/2004
  • West Ham inks Ukrainian striker Rebrov (Sports Network) 07/27/2004
  • Ukraine's Rebrov transfers to West Ham (Reuters) 07/27/2004
  • Rebrov moves to West Ham United (Eurosport) 07/27/2004
  • New start for Rebrov (UEFA) 07/27/2004
  • Hammers snap up Rebrov (ITV) 07/27/2004
  • Rebrov given Hammers chance (Soccer365) 07/27/2004
  • Hammers sign Rebrov (BBC) 07/27/2004
  • Rebrov risk (MegaStar) 07/27/2004

  • (BBC Ukrainian) 07/26/2004
  • Fedotenko takes Stanley to Ukraine (NHL) 07/26/2004
  • [Undefeated Ukrainian light-welterweight contender] Andreas Kotelnik calls out Gatti (Sporting Life) 07/26/2004
  • Olympic countdown: 18 days [How a Soviet gymnast won 18 medals. Between 1956 and 1964, a Ukrainian gymnast called Larisa Latynina won 18 Olympic medals - the most of any athlete in the history of the Games.] (BBC) 07/26/2004
  • Kotelnik calls out Gatti, other champions (Seconds Out) 07/26/2004
  • Chess: Sasikiran, Morozevich share lead [former World champion Ruslan Ponomariov of Ukraine follows the leaders just half a point behind] (Rediff) 07/26/2004

  • Dynamo deal for Rodolfo (UEFA) 07/25/2004

  • Spain, Ukraine teens set for fairytales in the Netherlands [UEFA European U-19 Championship] (FIFA) 07/23/2004
  • 2004 Summer Olympic Games Preview - Gymnastics [Roman Zozulya, Alina Kozich, Yuri Nikitin] (Sports Network) 07/23/2004
  • Rebrov is a free agent, say Tottenham (Reuters) 07/23/2004

  • Chess: Sasi loses to Ponomariov (Calcutta Telegraph) 07/22/2004
  • Tournament loses another player [Dent's withdrawal put Alex Kuznetsov in the second round as the fifth lucky loser.] (Indianapolis Star) 07/22/2004

  • Pardew - We'd be silly to miss out on Rebrov (IOL) 07/21/2004

  • Pardew: We'd Be Silly to Miss Out on Rebrov (The Scotsman) 07/20/2004
  • Big money lands Quality at Fasig-Tipton July [John Gasper of Lanes End Bloodstock, agent, bid $825,000 for an iron gray Cozzene half brother to current graded stakes winner St Averil on behalf of Alexander Garese, a banker from Kiev, Ukraine. It was the first Thoroughbred purchase for Garese, who plans to race in Europe.] (Thoroughbred Times) 07/20/2004
  • Colt Goes for $950,000 at Yearling Sale [Agent John Gasper of Lane's End Bloodstock paid $825,000 for a gray or roan colt by Cozzene, out of the filly Avie's Fancy. Gasper bought the colt for Alexander Garese, a banker from Ukraine, and said the horse would race in Europe.] (AP/Yahoo) 07/20/2004
  • 2004 Summer Olympic Games Preview - Modern Pentathlon (Houston Chronicle) 07/20/2004
  • Corbett lines up Ukranian [Konstantine Shvets for the vacant WBF world light-heavyweight title] (BBC) 07/20/2004
  • Stanley visits Kyiv (AP/Winnipeg Sun) 07/20/2004

  • Tennis: Defending champ ousts Ukrainian [Julia Vakulenko] (ESPN) 07/19/2004
  • 2004 Summer Olympic Games Preview - Modern Pentathlon (Herald News) 07/19/2004
  • Lightning forward Ruslan Fedotenko brings Stanley Cup to Ukraine (AP/Canada.com) 07/19/2004
  • Mutual congratulations in Kriens [Pavlo Yakovenko, Ukraine coach] (UEFA) 07/19/2004
  • Three seeds reach second round in Palermo (XETV) 07/19/2004
  • Shakhtar steal a march (UEFA) 07/19/2004
  • Photo: Tampa Bay Lightning forward Ruslan Fedotenko (C), accompanied by his wife Debbie (R) and Ukrainian hockey fans, holds up the NHL Stanley Cup trophy during a presentation at Kiev's Boryspil ariport, July 19, 2004. Each member of the Cup-winning team, the players, coaches and management, traditionally spend a day with the Cup. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/19/2004
  • Ukrainian charged with killing Shakhtar football club president may be extradited from Greece (Interfax) 07/19/2004

  • We ESPY faux pas: Lots of style losses for sports stars [Oksana Baiul] (Boston Herald) 07/18/2004
  • 16th International Bosphorus Swimming, Rowing And Sailing Races Held (Turkish Press) 07/18/2004
  • Ukraine tickets go on sale (Footy Mad!) 07/18/2004
  • Pair jumps to top [Olene Movchan of the Ukraine was third at 39.50.] (Calgary Sun) 07/18/2004
  • Irish lose to Ukraine in Davis Cup (RTE.ie Sport) 07/18/2004

  • : -2012 (BBC Ukrainian) 07/16/2004
  • Photo: The Henry Delaunay trophy is given to the winners of the European football championship. The president of the Ukrainian Football Federation told AFP that Ukraine could snub Poland and turn to Russia in its bid to jointly stage Euro 2012 (AFP/Yahoo) 07/16/2004
  • Ukraine Seeks New 2012 Bid Partner [Surkis ready to scrap plans to bid for Euro2012 co-hosting duties with Poland to start from scratch with Russia] (Soccer365) 07/16/2004
  • Juggling basics [Did you know in 1995 that a player from the Ukraine juggled a ball for over 24 hours straight to set a world record?] (USN Soccer Team) 07/16/2004
  • The Big Red Machine roars on in pursuit of gold (AP/Baku Sun) 07/16/2004
  • Ukraine Could Snub Poland And Turn To Russia In Euro 2012 Bid: Official (AFP/Turkish Press) 07/16/2004
  • Dark cloud grows over US sprinting (The Scotsman) 07/16/2004
  • Hosts and Ukraine lead the way (UEFA) 07/16/2004

  • Stanley Cup makes first-ever visit to Belarus and Ukraine (NHL) 07/15/2004
  • UNLV gives shot in arm to aspiring doc's career [Yevgeniy Korshunov, a native of Russia who calls himself 'half Russian and half Ukrainian'] (Las Vegas Sun) 07/15/2004

  • Potapenko arrested at club (Seattle Post-Intelligencer) 07/14/2004
  • SuperSonics center Potapenko charged with drunken rowdiness [Miami-area nightclub. 'He's embarrassed and apologizes to his franchise, family and everyone.'] (AP/KGW) 07/14/2004

  • Shakhtar Donetsk buys five players (AP/Slam!) 07/13/2004

  • Greece: Olympic Games must not lead to a trade off of security for human rights [trafficking] (Amnesty International) 07/12/2004
  • Ukrainian first for Dynamo (UEFA) 07/12/2004

  • Photo: Vasily Virastyuk of Ukraine flips a giant truck tire during the Strongman Super Series International contest, in Moscow, July 11, 2004. Some 13 sportsmen from ten countries are taking part in the contest. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/11/2004

  • Photo: Dynamo Kiev's captain Valentin Belkevich(R) celebrate their victory over Shakhtar Donetsk during their football match of Ukrainian SuperCup in Odessa, July 10, 2004, as Ukrainian Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich (L) look on. Dynamo Kiev won the SuperCup, defeating Shakhtar Donetsk 7-6. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/10/2004
  • Photo: Players of Dynamo Kiev hold the trophy as they celebrate their victory over Shakhtar Donetsk during their football match of the Ukrainian SuperCup in Odessa, July 10, 2004. Dynamo Kiev won the SuperCup, defeating Shakhtar Donetsk 7-6. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/10/2004
  • Photo: Dynamo Kiev's Elle Kaddure (R) challenges Zhao Batista of Shakhtar Donetsk during their football match of the Ukrainian SuperCup in Odessa, July 10, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/10/2004
  • Photo: Dynamo Kiev's Olehander Shovkovsky (L) challenges Zhao Batista of Shakhtar Donetsk during their football match of Ukrainian SuperCup in Odessa, July 10, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/10/2004
  • Photo: Dynamo Kiev's Goran Gavranchich (L) challenges Dzhulius Agakhova of Shakhtar Donetsk during their soccer match in the Ukrainian SuperCup in Odessa, July 10, 2004. (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/10/2004
  • Coach Ditka's campaign just limping along (Chicago Tribune) 07/10/2004
  • Photos: Boxing Stars Meet Chess Champions: Klitschko Brothers are Looking Forward to the World Chess Championship at Centro Dannemann (Chessbase) 07/10/2004
  • Photo: Ukraine's Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich, left, waves as Dynamo Kiev captain Valentyn Byelkevich lifts the Ukrainian SuperCup, won by his team in a match against Shakhtar Donetsk in Odessa, Saturday, July 10, 2004, with Dynamo Kiev coach Oleg Kuznetsov at right. (AP/Yahoo) 07/10/2004

  • Vitali Klitschko talks Tyson and Toney (SecondsOut) 07/09/2004
  • Klitschko brothers split with German promoter (DPA/Expatica) 07/09/2004

  • Barcauan joins Donetsk in Romanian influx (Reuters) 07/08/2004
  • Hueschman checks in at Shakhtar (UEFA) 07/08/2004
  • Czech Huebschman leaves Sparta for Donetsk (Reuters) 07/08/2004
  • Athletics: Olympic champion Klugin jumps queue for Bangor (Belfast Telegraph) 07/08/2004

  • Basketball: Sumykhimprom Ring the Changes (FIBA Europe) 07/07/2004
  • Athletics: Wheezing puts El Guerrouj in a low mood ahead of Olympics (IH Tribune) 07/07/2004
  • Sprinter Block for Bangor (BBC) 07/07/2004

  • Ukrainians in Times Square cheer during Olympic Torch run through Kyiv (Kiev) (BRAMA) 07/06/2004
  • Athletics: IAAF Super Grand Prix Athletissima Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/06/2004
  • Athletics: El Guerrouj back on track with win (CBC Sports) 07/06/2004
  • Athletics: El Guerrouj, Johnson Win at Athletissima (AP/Yahoo) 07/06/2004
  • Athletics: El Guerrouj Returns to Winning Ways (Reuters) 07/06/2004

  • Photo: Ukrainian pole vault legend Sergey Bubka lights the Olympic torch as Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich looks on in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/05/2004
  • Photo: Torchbearer and Olympic pole vaulter Sergei Bubka carries the Olympic Flame during Day 30 of the ATHENS 2004 Olympic Torch Relay in Kiev, Ukraine (AP/Yahoo) 07/05/2004
  • Photo: Ukrainian pole vault legend Sergey Bubka carries the Olympic torch in Kiev (Reuters/Yahoo) 07/05/2004
  • Olympic Torch Winds Way Through Kiev (AP/Yahoo) 07/05/2004
  • : , , ˳ , (BBC Ukrainian) 07/05/2004
  • Athletics: Prestigious start list augurs well for Lausanne - Preview (IAAF) 07/05/2004
  • Athletics: Olympics hopefuls prepare for Bekele (AP/Yahoo) 07/05/2004
  • Rowing: Coode keeps broken four on course (Guardian) 07/05/2004
  • Rowing: Leander women overcome nerves (Independent) 07/05/2004
  • Rowing: Partridge's Olympic heartbreak (Daily Telegraph) 07/05/2004
  • Rowing: Ukraine power is too much (icWales) 07/05/2004
  • Rowing: Europeans Vanquish American Crews at the Henley Regatta (NY Times) 07/05/2004
  • Euro-Albania next stop for new European champions (Reuters) 07/05/2004
  • 2006 World Cup Qualifying (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/05/2004

  • Sindballe, Kozulina win world triathlon titles (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/04/2004
  • World Long Distance Triathlon Championship Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/04/2004
  • Tennis: Federer wins second straight Wimbledon title (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/04/2004
  • Tennis: 2004 Wimbledon Champions (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/04/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/04/2004
  • Athletics: Feofanova takes back women's Pole Vault World record, and Samitova improves women's 3000m Steeplechase World record (IAAF) 07/04/2004
  • Athletics: Tsiklitiria Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/04/2004
  • Metalurh role for Yaremchenko (UEFA) 07/04/2004
  • Turkish NBA star to carry torch in Istanbul [Mehmet Okur of the Detroit Pistons...says he owes his strength and endurance to his grandmother, a Ukrainian who was imprisoned by the Nazis during World War II] (AP/CNN) 07/04/2004
  • Rowing: New GB crew take victory (BBC Sport) 07/04/2004
  • Rowing: Men's four suffer blow (The Observer) 07/04/2004
  • Rowing: Big test for coxless four in Stewards' final (Daily Telegraph) 07/04/2004
  • Tennis: Cyclops Wimbledon diary (The Observer) 07/04/2004
  • Boxing: Loud reminder of a sport down but not out (Independent) 07/04/2004
  • Obit: Emil Sotnyk, 1921-2004; Basketball player had a career in glass (Toledo Blade) 07/04/2004

  • Korolenko: Promise for Ukraine in Athens (Int'l Gymnast) 07/03/2004
  • Rowing: Five U.S. crews reach finals at Henley Regatta (AP/Yahoo) 07/03/2004
  • Rowing: Henley Royal Regatta Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/03/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/03/2004
  • Familiar faces back at Flora (UEFA) 07/03/2004
  • Villarreal looking for same again (UEFA) 07/03/2004
  • Athletics: Du Mee to be the only Mauritius representative in Grosseto (IAAF) 07/03/2004

  • Salute Olympic Torch's run through Kiev in New York's Times Square this Monday (BRAMA) 07/02/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/02/2004
  • In Our Spotlight: Alina Kozich (Ukraine) (Int'l Gymnast) 07/02/2004
  • Athletics: IAAF Golden Gala Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/02/2004
  • Moscow, Kiev [July 5], Next Stops For Olympic Flame (Around the Rings) 07/02/2004
  • Son also rises but Bubka avoids career at the bar (Guardian) 07/02/2004

  • Tennis: State Farm Women's USTA Challenger Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/01/2004
  • Vorskla make move for Muntyan (UEFA) 07/01/2004
  • Tennis: Wimbledon Results (AP/SF Chronicle) 07/01/2004
  • Medvedenko touch [Basketball] (Ventura County Star) 07/01/2004
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