P139 ORACLE 139 Sun 2 Dec ITV 2001:00  1/5    News .. News..    TENNIS Britain lost the final of the women's European C Soviet Union 2-1 in Nantes, France. Jo Durie was beaten 6-3 6-3 by Natalia Medvedeva and Elena Priukhovets beat Monique Javer 7-5 6-3. Durie and Clare Wood won the doubles 7-6 (8-6) when the Soviet pair withdrew. AMERICAN FOOTBALL Ty Detmer, Brigham Young University's record-setting quarterback, was named the 56th winner of the Heisman Trophy, the top player in college gridiron. >>>>> Sport headlines 130 Racing Ch4 570 CONFIDENT BET SATURDAY! p607 C4 Headlines Football Diary TV Guide
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P139 ORACLE 139 Sun 2 Dec ITV 2001:00  2/5    News .. News..    MARATHON Ethiopian Belayneh Densimo won the Fukuoka race in Japan amid high winds and rain, clocking 2:11.35 from Japan's Tsutomu Hiroyama in 2:11.37 and Ireland's Mike O'Reilly in 2:14.01. YACHTING Australian America's Cup skipper Petep Gilmour won the match race world championships in Auckland. Gilmour, won the best-of-three final in two straight races against Kiwi Rod Davis. American Peter Isler won the third-place run-off against Britain's Eddie Warden-Owen. >>>>>  Sports Editor: Tony Jimenez  Deputy: Graham Pilcher. ITN House, 48 'jlls Street, London W1P 4DE Headlines Football Diary TV Guide
P139 ORACLE 139 Sun 2 Dec ITV 2000:00  3/5    News .. News..    SPEEDWAY Eastbourne have applied to join the 1991 Sunbrite League aftar a six season absence from the top flight. They have taken the decision following the breakdown of amalgamation talks between the Sunbrite and National Leagues. RALLY-CROSS Norway's Martin Schanche won the ninth Motaquip Grand Prix at Brands Hatch in a Ford RS200 Turbo. He was given a clear run aftep Briton 'jll Gollop crashed his Metro 6R4 with two other cars. >>>>>  Sports Editor: Tony Jimenez Deputy: Graham Pilcher. ITN House, 48 'jlls Street, London W1P 4DE Headlines Football Diary TV Guide
P139 ORACLE 139 Sun 2 Dec ITV 2002:00  4/5    News .. News..    RUGBY LEAGUE Australia crushed France 60-4 in their first A scoring 11 tries in all. Greg Alexander (3), Gary Belcher (2), Andrew Ettingshausen (2), Paul Sironen, Dale Shearer, Dave Gillespie and Glenn Lazarus all touched down. ATHLETICS Kenyan Richard Chelimo, 18, won the Reebok International 8km race in Margate. His compatriot Susan Sirma convincingly won the women's race. HOCKEY Lancs beat Staffs 2-0 in the women's Nat'jst County Trophy final. >>  Sports Editor: Tony Jimenez  Deputy: Graham Pilcher. ITN House, 48 'jlls Street, London W1P 4DE Headlines Football Diary TV Guide
P139 ORACLE 139 Sun 2 Dec ITV 2000:10  5/5    News .. News..    TABLE TENNIS Poland's Andrzej Grubba captured the French Open title in Lyon, beating Jean-Philippe Gatien of France 21-19 21-16 21-15 in the final. Britain's last survivor Alan Cooke was beaten in the quarter-finals by Czech Tomas Janci 22-20 20-22 21-17 21-10, who then retired when trailing Gatien. TENNIS Essex men and Surrey women took overall titles at the 'jnter Indoor County Championships at Telford. >>>>>   Sports Editor: Tony Jimenez  Deputy: Graham Pilcher. ITN House,  48 'jlls Street, London W1P 4DE Headlines Football Diary TV Guide