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Norv Turner named head coach of San Diego Chargers on Monday
SAN DIEGO (AP) - The San Diego Chargers certainly were aware that Norv Turner was 24 games under .500 and made only one playoff appearance in his nine seasons as an NFL head coach. It didn't scare them off in the slightest. Turner got his third shot at a top job when he was given a four-ye...
at 20:49 on February 19, 2007, EST.

Women's curling to be featured on new commemorative Olympic coin
(CP) - From its humble beginnings, women's curling has evolved from playing second fiddle to the men's game to being recognized on a new coin commemorating the 2010 Winter Olympics. The Royal Canadian Mint unveiled the designs for a set of coins last month that will commemorate the Vancouver/Whi...
at 18:16 on February 19, 2007, EST.

Eventful Speedweeks shows NASCAR needs new rule book
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) - It was a split-second decision that NASCAR could get neither right nor wrong. As the cars tumbled across the track in the Daytona 500's closing moments, series officials had to make a tough choice. They could throw a caution flag immediately, giving Mark Martin a...
at 17:49 on February 19, 2007, EST.

Mark Sweeney ready to put any issues with Barry Bonds in the past
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) - Mark Sweeney showed up at spring training ready to strictly talk baseball, not the report that teammate Barry Bonds blamed a failed amphetamines test last season on something he got from Sweeney's locker. Sweeney insists there will be no issues between them and he ...
at 17:20 on February 19, 2007, EST.

Alpine Canada wants $2 million more in budget to help shave times
(CP) - The distance separating Canada's skiers from the podium is shrinking, but Alpine Canada says it could take an extra $2 million a year to cut the final fractions of a second needed to win an Olympic medal. Jan Hudec's silver in the downhill was Canada's lone medal at the world alpine...
at 17:24 on February 19, 2007, EST.

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