1. Shortly before being banned for drugs, what hitting milestone did Rafael Palmeiro achieve?
2. How many times was Wayne Gretzky the National Hockey League MVP?Sunday, 14 August, 2005, 12:00am
OLEG Salenko's remarkable five-goal performance against Cameroon put him on six goals overall, top scorer so far. But with his side's elimination he won't have a chance to add to it. Nevertheless, recent precedent says that even though Russia failed to advance beyond the group stage, that total could be enough to make Salenko the tournament's top marksman.3 Jul 1994 - 12:00am
What soccer player made headlines when he agreed to come out of retirement to play for his country in the World Cup finals? He hit four goals in five games and went on to become the oldest player ever to score in the final round. What was his age? THE past six decades of World Cup soccer have produced more than 1,400 goals in the final rounds.12 Jun 1994 - 12:00am
THE selection of live sport on the box this week is not at all bad (i.e. not too good either) with possibly the most thrilling spectacle being the bone-jarring action from the final round of the Five Nations Championship.
Twickenham will host the clash between England and Wales this Saturday night as France head to Murrayfield to take on the mighty Scots.14 Mar 1994 - 12:00am
SAUDI Arabia are close to pulling off another regional soccer triumph after top side Al Qadisiyah squeezed through to the finals of the Asian Cup Winners Cup.
A win in this club tournament would sit nicely with their first-ever national team triumph in the recent Asian final round of World Cup qualifiers, when Saudi and South Korea won through to USA '94.21 Nov 1993 - 12:00am
FORMER England captain Gary Lineker of the Nagoya Grampus Eight will be sidelined for the rest of the season for intensive treatment of a broken right toe, a team spokesman said.
The 1986 World Cup top goal-scorer, who underwent surgery on the toe in England last December, returned to Britain yesterday en route to Chicago for the treatment.5 Nov 1993 - 12:00am
A THIGH injury restricted Gary Lineker's Hongkong debut to just 45 minutes as his Japanese club, Nagoya Grampus Eight, beat Hongkong First Division leaders Eastern in a penalty shootout to win the Mild Seven Cup at Mongkok Stadium yesterday.22 Mar 1993 - 12:00am
GARY-MANIA hit Hongkong yesterday when around 6,000 $100 tickets for the exhibition match between Eastern and Gary Lineker's Nagoya Grampus Eight at Mongkok on March 21 sold out within an hour at the South China Athletic Association and the Hongkong FA headquarters at Ho Man Tin. Around 2,000 $90 tickets are still available.9 Mar 1993 - 12:00am
IN a momentous week for sport, what has been the big story in Hongkong? The answer, sadly and unavoidably, is politics - hardly for the first time and most certainly not for the last.28 Feb 1993 - 12:00am