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Fulgencio Obelmejias - Retirement
... Obelmejias retired for good after three more wins he was approaching, at 38, the mandatory boxing retirement age of 40 in Venezuela after his last fight, a ten round decision win over ... Obelmejias had a record of 52 wins and five losses, with 41 wins by way of knockout ...
1997 In Chess - Chess News in Brief
... Viswanathan Anand wins FIDE's new knockout-style World Chess Championship qualifier in Groningen at the end of the year ... Alisa Galliamova-Ivanchuk wins the FIDE Women's Candidates Tournament in Groningen ... Kasparov wins a double round contest at Novgorod with a 6½/10 score and sweeps to victory at the Linares chess tournament by a score of 8½/11 (from ...
Louison Bobet - Major Results
... Tour de France 4th overall and 2 stage wins (1948) 3rd overall, 1 stage win and Winner mountains classification (1950) 20th overall and 1 stage win (1951) 1st overall and 2 stage wins (1953) 1st overall and 3 ...
1991 In Chess - Chess News in Brief
... In a match that moves from Belgrade to Beijing, Xie Jun wins 4½-2½ and advances to face Maia Chiburdanidze for the Women's World Chess Championship in Manila ... Garry Kasparov wins a strong double-round Tilburg event with 10/14, one-and-a-half points clear of second placed Short ... Ivanchuk wins at the Linares tournament with 9½/13, ahead of Kasparov on 9/13 ...
Retief Goosen - PGA and European Tour Career Summary
... PGA Tour European Tour Season Wins (Majors) Earnings (US$) Rank Wins (Majors) Earnings Rank 0 ... – – 0 £2,760 0 ... – – 0 £147,256 0 ... – – 0 £140,821 0. 20,652 ... there is double counting of money earned (and wins) in the majors and World Golf Championships since they became official events on both tours ...

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