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· March, 2006

Stories about Sport from March, 2006

Latin America: Top Sports Blogs

Bar Deportes lists the top thirty sports blogs according to Alexa (ES). They nearly all focus on football.

Mikaila makes her debut at the pan collective with a bit of commentary on the inaguration of Jamaica's first female Prime Minister, the Honorable Portia Simpson, which takes place on...

Trinidad & Tobago: Stephen Ames wins

Trinidadian bloggers Sanjiva, Haveworld and Simian Scratchings acknowledge Trinidad-born (and naturalized Canadian) golfer Stephen Ames’ victory in the 2006 Players Championship.

Malaysia: gold medals in badminton

True-blue Malaysians, not imported talents, won 4 gold medals in badminton in the recently concluded Melbourne XVIII Commonwealth Games. Wormie of A Worm's Perspectives says the way to go is...

Kenyan Sphere Dispatch

After the kenyan government raid on standard newspaper early this month, (Something that was covered by MSM around the world), there was talk in Kenya of mercenaries operating in Kenya....

Ukraine: Tennis at Polling Station

Petro of Petro's Jotter had a chance to see a Ukrainian polling station on Saturday, one day before the vote, at the place where his children have tennis lessons.

Haiti: Two young achievers

Ayiti Cheri Connexion profiles two young acheivers of Haitian descent, basketballer Samuel Dalembert and music producer Carl G. Gilbert.

Commonwealth Games: Athletes missing

African migrants reports that 11 athletes have gone missing in Australia during the Commonwealth Games.

Colombia: New Blog from Munich

AwayTeam is the weblog of Jorge Gooding, a Colombian engineer who is currently living in Munich. Not surprisingly, many of his posts focus on football.

Barbados: Mom and daughter netballers

Barbados Free Press links to an Australian newspaper article highlighting the mother and daughter who are members of the Barbadian netball team contesting the Commonwealth Games.

Singapore: Playing the Game Counts

Wormie takes issue with those in Singapore complaining it was a waste of money to send a losing team to the Commonwealth Games. “Winning or losing is not everything in...

Trinidad & Tobago: World Cup song & other ironies

Stacy-Marie Ishmael riffs on the fact that the Trinidad & Tobago Football Federation has outsourced the country's “official” World Cup song to “two guys from Leeds”, and other Trinbagonian ironies.

Jamaica: Commonwealth Games

Leon wonders why the 18th Commonwealth Games aren't getting more media attention. “Is it because the mighty U.S is not involved, since the Commonwealth games only include former territories of...

Diaspora: Football wins

Ayaan Hirsi Ali blogs reports on a football match between gay men and muslims that took place in Amsterdam to mark the International Day Against Racism. The Muslim team won...

Cuba: World Baseball Classic

Blogging from Havana, Cuba, Ernesto commiserates with his homeland over their loss to Japan in the final of the World Baseball Classic, but also notes the silver lining: “two island...

Grenada: Cricket World Cup readiness

Will Grenada be ready to host six matches during the cricket World Cup in 2007? YingYang offers her views, with photos.

Nigeria: Commonwealth Games

African Shirts posts on the progress of Nigeria's atheletes particiapating in the Commonwealth Games.…”I nominate Segun Moses Toriola for president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. He's at the Commonwealth...

The Week That Was in Bahrain

While the F1 was at full speed, some of Bahrain's bloggers at home and abroad were enjoying cultural and arts activities while others were immersed in politics!

Thailand: Love of Sports

Steve Suphan at discusses the Thai love of sports!

India, Pakistan: Vintage Car Rally

myHimachal Blog on a vintage car rally in the Himalayas that starts in Pakistan and goes on into India.

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