Sportal


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Sport´al

    (spōrt´al)
a.1.Of or pertaining to sports; used in sports.
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The Sportal website said Sauer was crushed against a post by a horse on Thursday.
Chappell, who coached India from 2005 to 2007, also said the favourites were wellplaced ahead of the tournament starting on Saturday, Sportal.
Six matches played in Bulgaria's top football division will be investigation by prosecutors on suspicion of match-fixing, including two by defending champions Litex Lovech, website sportal.
Justifying his allocation of weight, handicapper Greg Carpenter told sportal.
Sportal-Switch, a newly established joint venture between Switch Middle East and Sportal, has announced that the merger of the two leading providers of sports and fitness equipment - in which Switch will take on the management of Sportal, entertainment facilities and sports interiors - is poised to establish a one-stop-shop for the most comprehensive product range in the world of sports and entertainment, subsequently creating a dominating share in key product categories across the Middle East.
this guy is really coming for the opportunity," Jamie Cox, South Australia's high performance manager, told Sportal.
First up is the match between Bacu and champs-elect Sportal.
But Rob Hersov, chief executive of leading sports site Sportal questions whether the BBC should even be on the Internet.
Sportal, the London-based: global sports information provider, built the site as a globally distributed infrastructure, requiring content to be located as close as possible to targeted end users.
Virgin Atlantic Airways is to start screening all of the English football team's Euro 2000 matches onboard its aircraft in association with sportal.
We have teamed up with Sportal, the official website producer of EURO 2000TM who will provide daily coverage on www.
Rob Hersov (Chairman), Vice Chairman of NetJets Europe, and former CEO of Telepiu Italia as well as founder of Sportal.