Visions OR Destiny (songs)

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What's your favorite song: Visions or Destiny

Visions
19
44%
Destiny
24
56%
 
Total votes: 43

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Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by primuslive » Sat Jul 02, 2011 3:45 am

So, it's simple. I'd like to know which song would you pick between those two: Visions or Destiny.

My choice: Destiny!

Thanks!

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by AAAAAAAAAA » Sat Jul 02, 2011 7:28 pm

I find it quite ludicrous that we are actually discussing Stratovarius here. :lol:

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by browneyedgirl » Sat Jul 02, 2011 8:15 pm

Infinity! :D


Nah, VISIONS.

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by primuslive » Sat Jul 02, 2011 9:20 pm

browneyedgirl wrote:Infinity! :D


Nah, VISIONS.
Of course «Infinity» is great too!!!

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by Empathica1928 » Sat Jul 02, 2011 9:28 pm

I like Visions until about halfway through.

Destiny.

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by browneyedgirl » Sun Jul 03, 2011 4:07 am

primuslive wrote:
browneyedgirl wrote:Infinity! :D


Nah, VISIONS.
Of course «Infinity» is great too!!!
I love the Infinity video on Infinite Visions DVD, that's why I said Infinity! :)

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by primuslive » Sun Jul 03, 2011 5:31 am

browneyedgirl wrote:
primuslive wrote:
browneyedgirl wrote:Infinity! :D


Nah, VISIONS.
Of course «Infinity» is great too!!!
I love the Infinity video on Infinite Visions DVD, that's why I said Infinity! :)
Alright I remember this one. On my VHS copy from years ago, the image was playing faster than the music, very annoying.

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by adrian9 » Mon Jul 04, 2011 1:44 am

Im gonna go with visions here , knowing that I can change my mind every 10 minutes. :lol:
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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by Ilsekena » Mon Jul 04, 2011 2:16 am

The intro of Destiny is magnificent. But I love Visions completely.

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Post by AAAAAAAAAA » Mon Jul 04, 2011 4:33 am

Ilsekena wrote:The intro of Destiny is magnificent. But I love Visions completely.
How funny! You might not realize that I was actually the one who sang that- it was but one month before the bells of puberty tolled. :)

You know what I mean, right? The "Ahh! ahh-ahh-ahh-ahh. Ahh! Ahh-ahh-ahh-ah!" 8)

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by Ilsekena » Mon Jul 04, 2011 7:38 am

AAAAAAAAAA wrote:
Ilsekena wrote:The intro of Destiny is magnificent. But I love Visions completely.
How funny! You might not realize that I was actually the one who sang that- it was but one month before the bells of puberty tolled. :)

You know what I mean, right? The "Ahh! ahh-ahh-ahh-ahh. Ahh! Ahh-ahh-ahh-ah!" 8)
Ah..poor you then. I can't even imagine what Tolkki did to you that you sang so high.

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by AAAAAAAAAA » Mon Jul 04, 2011 5:36 pm

Ilsekena wrote:
AAAAAAAAAA wrote:
Ilsekena wrote:The intro of Destiny is magnificent. But I love Visions completely.
How funny! You might not realize that I was actually the one who sang that- it was but one month before the bells of puberty tolled. :)

You know what I mean, right? The "Ahh! ahh-ahh-ahh-ahh. Ahh! Ahh-ahh-ahh-ah!" 8)
Ah..poor you then. I can't even imagine what Tolkki did to you that you sang so high.
He clutched my gonads with a vice-like grip. :)

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Post by browneyedgirl » Mon Jul 04, 2011 5:51 pm

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by AGAG » Mon Jul 04, 2011 9:08 pm

AAAAAAAAAA wrote:
Ilsekena wrote:
AAAAAAAAAA wrote:
Ilsekena wrote:The intro of Destiny is magnificent. But I love Visions completely.
How funny! You might not realize that I was actually the one who sang that- it was but one month before the bells of puberty tolled. :)

You know what I mean, right? The "Ahh! ahh-ahh-ahh-ahh. Ahh! Ahh-ahh-ahh-ah!" 8)
Ah..poor you then. I can't even imagine what Tolkki did to you that you sang so high.
He clutched my gonads with a vice-like grip. :)
I intensely doubt you have the balls to undergo that sort of process. :roll:
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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by eternity_strato » Mon Jul 04, 2011 10:59 pm

Visions kicks destiny's ass.

You wanna have some...

some...

some...

yeah, I remember.

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July 31, 2010 (Saturday)
Athletics
European Championships in Barcelona, Spain:
Men:
800m: Marcin Lewandowski (POL) 1:47.07 Michael Rimmer (GBR) 1:47.17 Adam Kszczot (POL) 1:47.22
5000m: Mohammed Farah (GBR) 13:31.18 Jesús España (ESP) 13:33.12 Hayle Ibrahimov (AZE) 13:34.15
Farah becomes the fifth winner of the 5000m and 10,000m double at the European Championships.
400m hurdles: David Greene (GBR) 48.12 Rhys Williams (GBR) 48.96 Stanislav Melnykov (UKR) 49.09
Javelin throw: Andreas Thorkildsen (NOR) 88.37 m Matthias de Zordo (GER) 87.81 m Tero Pitkämäki (FIN) 86.67 m
Pole vault: Renaud Lavillenie (FRA) 5.85 m Maksym Mazuryk (UKR) 5.80 m Przemysław Czerwiński (POL) 5.75 m
Shot put: Andrei Mikhnevich (BLR) 21.01 m Tomasz Majewski (POL) 21.00 m Ralf Bartels (GER) 20.93 m
Women:
Marathon: Živilė Balčiūnaitė (LIT) 2:31:14 Nailiya Yulamanova (RUS) 2:32:15 Anna Incerti (ITA) 2:32:48
200m: Myriam Soumaré (FRA) 22.32 Yelizaveta Bryzhina (UKR) 22.44 Aleksandra Fedoriva (RUS) 22.44
100m hurdles: Nevin Yanıt (TUR) 12.63 Derval O'Rourke (IRL) 12.65 Carolin Nytra (GER) 12.68
Triple jump: Olha Saladukha (UKR) 14.81 m Simona La Mantia (ITA) 14.56 m Svetlana Bolshakova (BEL) 14.55 m
Heptathlon: Jessica Ennis (GBR) 6823 points Nataliya Dobrynska (UKR) 6778 Jennifer Oeser (GER) 6683
African Championships in Nairobi, Kenya:
Men:
110m hurdles: Othman Hadj Lazib (ALG) 13.77 Selim Nurudeen (NGR) 13.83 Ruan de Vries (RSA) 13.98
Hammer throw: Mohsen El Anany (EGY) 74.72 m Chris Harmse (RSA) 72.56 m Mostafa Hesham El Gamel (EGY) 71.40 m
Pole vault: Hamdi Dhouibi (TUN) 4.70 m Larbi Bourrada (ALG) 4.60 m Mourad Souissi (ALG) 4.40 m
Triple jump: Oke Tosin (NGR) 17.22 m Hugo Mamba-Schlick (CMR) 16.78 m Tumelo Thagane (RSA) 16.64 m
Women:
10,000m: Tirunesh Dibaba (ETH) 31:51.39 Meselech Melkamu (ETH) 31:55.50 Linet Masai (KEN) 31:59.36
Javelin throw: Sunette Viljoen (RSA) 63.33 m Justine Robbeson (RSA) 60.24 m Hana'a Hassan Omar (EGY) 55.14 m
Heptathlon: Margaret Simpson (GHA) 6031 points Janet Wienand (RSA) 5500 Selloane Tsoaeli (LES) 5302
Auto racing
Nationwide Series:
U.S. Cellular 250 in Newton, Iowa: (1) Kyle Busch (Toyota; Joe Gibbs Racing) (2) Kevin Harvick (Chevrolet; Kevin Harvick Inc.) (3) Jason Leffler (Toyota; Braun Racing)
Drivers' championship standings (after 21 of 35 races): (1) Brad Keselowski (Dodge; Penske Racing) 3349 points (2) Carl Edwards (Ford; Roush Fenway Racing) 3118 (3) Busch 2876
World Rally Championship:
Rally Finland in Jyväskylä: (1) Jari-Matti Latvala (FIN) / Miikka Anttila (FIN) (Ford Focus RS WRC 09) (2) Sébastien Ogier (FRA) / Julien Ingrassia (FRA) (Citroën C4 WRC) (3) Sébastien Loeb (FRA) / Daniel Elena (MON) (Citroën C4 WRC)
Drivers' championship standings (after 8 of 13 rounds): (1) Loeb 166 points (2) Ogier 118 (3) Latvala 105
Baseball
European Championship in Germany:
Pool C: (teams in bold advance to the final)
Netherlands 3–11 Italy
France 5–14 Greece
Germany 8–0 Sweden
Final standings: Italy, Netherlands 4–1, Germany 3–2, Greece, Sweden 2–3, France 0–5.
Basketball
South American Championship in Neiva, Colombia:
7th place playoff: Ecuador 70–88 Chile
5th place playoff: Paraguay 86–66 Colombia
Bronze medal game: Venezuela 70–76 Uruguay
Final: Brazil 87–77 Argentina
Brazil win the title for the 18th time.
FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship in Lithuania:
Semifinals:
Lithuania 67–66 Serbia
Latvia 42–73 Russia
5th–8th Semifinals:
Greece 55–74 Poland
Croatia 67–61 France
9th place playoff: Turkey 74–71 Slovenia
11th place playoff: Spain 84–59 Italy
Group G:
Sweden 49–78 Germany
Ukraine 104–63 Bulgaria
Standings (after 5 games): Germany 9 points, Ukraine 8, Sweden 7, Bulgaria 6.
Bulgaria is relegated to Division B.
FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship for Women in Slovakia: (teams in bold advance to Qualifying Round)
Group A:
Serbia 47–73 Spain
Slovak Republic 58–51 Hungary
Final standings: Spain 6 points, Slovak Republic 5, Serbia 4, Hungary 3.
Group B:
Slovenia 81–76 Belgium
Russia 72–47 Sweden
Final standings: Russia, Slovenia, Sweden 5 points, Belgium 3.
Group C:
Lithuania 54–72 Italy
Latvia 52–59 Poland
Final standings: Italy 6 points, Lithuania 5, Poland 4, Latvia 3.
Group D:
Czech Republic 73–74 France
Ukraine 84–74 Turkey
Final standings: France 6 points, Ukraine 5, Turkey 4, Czech Republic 3.
Cricket
Pakistan in England:
1st Test in Nottingham, day 3:
England 354 and 262/9d (75.3 overs; Matt Prior 102*); Pakistan 182 (54 overs; James Anderson 5-54) and 15/3 (7 overs). Pakistan require another 420 runs with 7 wickets remaining.
Cycling
UCI ProTour:
Clásica de San Sebastián: Luis León Sánchez (ESP) (Caisse d'Epargne) 5h 47' 13" Alexander Vinokourov (KAZ) (Astana) s.t. Carlos Sastre (ESP) (Cervélo TestTeam) s.t.
UCI World Rankings (after 18 of 26 events): (1) Alberto Contador (ESP) (Astana) 482 points (2) Joaquim Rodríguez (ESP) (Team Katusha) 428 (3) Cadel Evans (AUS) (BMC Racing Team) 390
Extreme sport
X Games XVI in Los Angeles, California: (USA unless stated)
BMX Freestyle Park: Daniel Dhers (VEN) Dennis Enarson Gary Young
Men's Skateboard Street: Ryan Sheckler Nyjah Huston Ryan Decenzo
BMX Freestyle Big Air: Chad Kagy Steve McCann (AUS) Andy Buckworth (AUS)
Rally Car Racing: Tanner Foust Brian Deegan Antoine L'Estage (CAN) and Andrew Comrie-Picard (CAN)
Rally Car SuperRally: Foust Deegan Samuel Hübinette (SWE)
Skateboard Big Air Rail Jam: Bob Burnquist (BRA) Rob Lorifice Elliot Sloan
Field hockey
Men's Hockey Champions Trophy in Mönchengladbach, Germany:
Germany 4–2 England
Australia 9–1 New Zealand
Netherlands 5–2 Spain
Football (soccer)
CAF Champions League group stage, matchday 2:
Group A: Espérance ST 1–0 Dynamos
Standings: Espérance ST 6 points (2 matches), TP Mazembe 3 (1), ES Sétif 0 (1), Dynamos 0 (2).
Group B: JS Kabylie 1–0 Heartland
Standings: JS Kabylie 6 points (2 matches), Al-Ahly 1 (1), Heartland 1 (2), Ismaily 0 (1).
CAF Confederation Cup Play-off for group stage, second leg: (first leg score in parentheses)
ASFAN 2–1 (2–2) Al-Merreikh. ASFAN win 4–3 on aggregate.
Primeiro de Agosto 2–1 (0–2) Ittihad. Ittihad win 3–2 on aggregate.
Haras El Hodood 8–1 (0–1) Gaborone United. Haras El Hodood win 8–2 on aggregate.
CR Belouizdad 1–1 (0–0) Djoliba. 1–1 on aggregate; Djoliba win on away goals rule.
Golf
Women's majors:
Ricoh Women's British Open in Southport, England:
Leaderboard after third round: (1) Yani Tseng (TWN) 204 (–12) (2) Katherine Hull (AUS) 208 (3) In-Kyung Kim (KOR) 210
Senior majors:
U.S. Senior Open in Sammamish, Washington, USA:
Leaderboard after third round: (T1) Fred Couples (USA) & Bernhard Langer (DEU) 205 (–5) (T3) Tom Kite (USA) & Lu Chien-Soon (TWN) 210
Rugby union
Tri Nations Series:
Australia 28–49 New Zealand in Melbourne
Standings: New Zealand 15 points (3 matches), Australia 4 (2), South Africa 0 (3).
Shooting
ISSF World Championships in Munich, Germany:
10m Air Rifle Men: Nicolo Campriani (ITA) 702.5 points Peter Sidi (HUN) 700.4 Gagan Narang (IND) 699
10m Air Rifle Men Team: China 1787 points Russia 1787 Italy 1782
10m Air Rifle Men Junior: Sergiy Kasper (UKR) 595 points Serhiy Kulish (UKR) 594 Alexander Dryagin (RUS) 593
10m Air Rifle Men Junior Team: China 1774 points Ukraine 1772 Russia 1771
Trap Women: Zuzana Štefečeková (SVK) 91 points Liu Yingzi (CHN) 89 Jessica Rossi (ITA) 87+3
Trap Women Team: Italy 211 points China 209 San Marino 207
Trap Women Junior: Miranda Wilder (USA) 69 points+10 Catherine Skinner (AUS) 69+9 Rachael Lynn Heiden (USA) 68+1
Trap Women Junior Team: China 202 points Australia 194 United States 194
50m Pistol Men Team: South Korea 1686 points China 1681 Spain 1680
Water polo
FINA Men's World Cup in Oradea, Romania:
5th–8th Semifinals:
Australia 10–6 China
Romania 24–6 Iran
Semifinals:
United States 9–11 Croatia
Serbia 12–10 Spain
July 30, 2010 (Friday)
Athletics
European Championships in Barcelona, Spain:
Men:
200m: Christophe Lemaitre (FRA) 20.37 Christian Malcolm (GBR) 20.38 Martial Mbandjock (FRA) 20.42
400m: Kevin Borlée (BEL) 45.08 Michael Bingham (GBR) 45.23 Martyn Rooney (GBR) 45.23
1500m: Arturo Casado (ESP) 3:42.74 Carsten Schlangen (GER) 3:43.52 Manuel Olmedo (ESP) 3:43.54
110m hurdles: Andy Turner (GBR) 13.28 Garfield Darien (FRA) 13.34 Dániel Kiss (HUN) 13.39
50km walk: Yohann Diniz (FRA) 3:40:37 Grzegorz Sudoł (POL) 3:42:24 Sergey Bakulin (RUS) 3:43:26
Women:
400m: Tatyana Firova (RUS) 49.89 Kseniya Ustalova (RUS) 49.92 Antonina Krivoshapka (RUS) 50.10
800m: Mariya Savinova (RUS) 1:58.22 Yvonne Hak (NED) 1:58.85 Jenny Meadows (GBR) 1:59.39
400m hurdles: Natalya Antyukh (RUS) 52.92 Vania Stambolova (BUL) 53.82 Perri Shakes-Drayton (GBR) 54.18
3000m steeplechase: Yuliya Zarudneva (RUS) 9:17.57 Marta Domínguez (ESP) 9:17.74 Lyubov Kharlamova (RUS) 9:29.82
Hammer throw: Betty Heidler (GER) 76.38 m Tatyana Lysenko (RUS) 75.65 m Anita Włodarczyk (POL) 73.56 m
Pole vault: Svetlana Feofanova (RUS) 4.75 m Silke Spiegelburg (GER) 4.65 m Lisa Ryzih (GER) 4.65 m
African Championships in Nairobi, Kenya:
Men:
400m: Mohamed Khouaja (LBA) 44.98 Rabah Yousif (SUD) 45.18 Gary Kikaya (COD) 45.28
800m: David Lekuta Rudisha (KEN) 1:42.84 Alfred Kirwa Yego (KEN) 1:44.85 Jackson Kivuva (KEN) 1:45.47
400m hurdles: L. J. van Zyl (RSA) 48.51 Cornel Fredericks (RSA) 48.79 Mamadou Kasse Hanne (SEN) 49.10
3000m steeplechase: Richard Mateelong (KEN) 8:23.54 Ezekiel Kemboi (KEN) 8:26.13 Roba Gary Chubeta (ETH) 8:27.15
Women:
400m: Amantle Montsho (BOT) 50.03 Amy Mbacke Thiam (SEN) 51.32 Shade Abugan (NGR) 51.63
Discus throw: Elizna Naudé (RSA) 56.74 m Kazai Suzanne Kragbe (CIV) 55.53 m Sarah Hasseib Dardiri (EGY) 46.51 m
High jump: Selloane Tsoaeli (LES) 1.75 m Lissa Labiche (SEY) 1.70 m Cherotich Koech (KEN) 1.55 m
Long jump: Blessing Okagbare (NGR) 6.62 m Comfort Onyali (NGR) 6.42 m Jamaa Chnaik (MAR) 6.30 m
Baseball
European Championship in Germany:
Pool C: (teams in bold advance to the final)
Sweden 3–2 France
Italy 9–2 France
Greece 0–10 Netherlands
Netherlands 15–0 Sweden
Italy 8–6 Germany
Standings: Netherlands 4–0, Italy 3–1, Germany, Sweden 2–2, Greece 1–3, France 0–4.
7th place game: Czech Republic 8–4 Great Britain
Basketball
South American Championship in Neiva, Colombia:
5th–8th semifinals:
Ecuador 45–89 Paraguay
Colombia 78–71 Chile
Semifinals:
Uruguay 73–79 Argentina
Brazil 79–67 Venezuela
FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship in Lithuania:
Quarterfinals:
Russia 73–68 France
Latvia 78–56 Croatia
Lithuania 84–51 Greece
Serbia 75–57 Poland
9th–12th semifinals:
Spain 60–66 Turkey
Italy 91–96 Slovenia
Group G:
Germany 59–74 Ukraine
Bulgaria 73–70 Sweden
Standings (after 4 games): Germany 7 points, Sweden, Ukraine 6, Bulgaria 5.
FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship for Women in Slovakia: (teams in bold advance to Qualifying Round)
Group A:
Slovak Republic 67–52 Serbia
Hungary 40–72 Spain
Standings (after 2 games): Spain 4 points, Slovak Republic, Serbia 3, Hungary 2.
Group B:
Slovenia 70–57 Russia
Belgium 45–56 Sweden
Standings (after 2 games): Sweden 4 points, Slovenia, Russia 3, Belgium 2.
Group C:
Latvia 51–79 Lithuania
Poland 50–70 Italy
Standings (after 2 games): Lithuania, Italy 4 points, Poland, Latvia 2.
Group D:
Ukraine 76–75 Czech Republic
Turkey 55–57 France
Standings (after 2 games): France 4 points, Turkey, Ukraine 3, Czech Republic 2.
Cricket
Pakistan in England:
1st Test in Nottingham, day 2:
England 354 (104.1 overs; Eoin Morgan 130); Pakistan 147/9 (50 overs). Pakistan trail by 207 runs with 1 wicket remaining in the 1st innings.
India in Sri Lanka:
2nd Test in Colombo, day 5:
Sri Lanka 642/4d (159.4 overs) and 129/3d (45 overs); India 707 (225.2 overs). Match drawn; Sri Lanka lead 3-match series 1–0.
Equestrianism
Show jumping:
Meydan FEI Nations Cup:
7th competition: FEI Nations Cup of Great Britain in Hickstead (CSIO 5*): Great Britain (Peter Charles on Murkas Pom D'Ami, William Funnell on Billy Congo, Tina Fletcher on Hallo Sailor, Michael Whitaker on GIG Amai) Germany (Daniel Deußer on Cabreado S.E., Jörg Naeve on Calado, Philipp Weishaupt on Catoki, Lars Nieberg on Lord Luis) United States (Cara Raether on Ublesco, Robert Kraut on Graf Lando, McLain Ward on Rothchild, Rich Fellers on Flexible)
Standings (after 7 of 8 competitions): (1) France 48.5 points (2) Great Britain 38.5 (3) United States 37.5
Extreme sport
X Games XVI in Los Angeles, California: (USA unless stated)
Women's Skateboard Vert: Gaby Ponce Lyn-Z Adams Hawkins Karen Jonz (BRA)
BMX Freestyle Vert: Jamie Bestwick Steve McCann Simon Tabron (GBR)
Moto X Step Up: Matt Buyten Ronnie Renner Todd Potter
Skateboard Vert: Pierre-Luc Gagnon (CAN) Shaun White Andy Macdonald
Moto X Best Whip: Potter Jarryd McNeil Jeremy Stenberg
Moto X Best Trick: Cam Sinclair (AUS) Robbie Maddison (AUS) Taka Higashino (JPN)
Skateboard Amateurs Vert: Italo Penarrubia (BRA) Sam Bosworth (GBR) Jono Schwan
Skateboard Vert Best Trick: Gagnon Colin McKay (CAN) Bob Burnquist (BRA)
Football (soccer)
UEFA European Under-19 Championship in France:
Final: Spain 1–2 France
France win the under-19 tournament for the second time, and their seventh youth title overall.
Golf
Women's majors:
Ricoh Women's British Open in Southport, England:
Leaderboard after second round: (1) Yani Tseng (TWN) 136 (−8) (T2) Cristie Kerr (USA), Brittany Lincicome (USA) & Amy Yang (KOR) 140
Senior majors:
U.S. Senior Open in Sammamish, Washington, USA:
Leaderboard after second round (USA unless indicated): (1) Bernhard Langer (DEU) 137 (–3) (T2) Tommy Armour III, John Cook & J. R. Roth 139
Water polo
FINA Men's World Cup in Oradea, Romania:
Quarterfinals:
Romania 12–14 United States
Australia 9–12 Serbia
Spain 11–5 China
Iran 2–23 Croatia
July 29, 2010 (Thursday)
Athletics
European Championships in Barcelona, Spain:
Men:
High jump: Aleksandr Shustov (RUS) 2.33 m Ivan Ukhov (RUS) 2.31 m Martyn Bernard (GBR) 2.29 m
Triple jump: Phillips Idowu (GBR) 17.81 m Marian Oprea (ROM) 17.51 m Teddy Tamgho (FRA) 17.45 m
Decathlon: Romain Barras (FRA) 8453 points Eelco Sintnicolaas (NED) 8436 Andrei Krauchanka (BLR) 8370
Women:
100m: Verena Sailer (GER) 11.10 Véronique Mang (FRA) 11.11 Myriam Soumaré (FRA) 11.18
Javelin throw: Linda Stahl (GER) 66.81 m Christina Obergföll (GER) 65.58 m Barbora Špotáková (CZE) 65.36 m
African Championships in Nairobi, Kenya:
Men:
100m: Ben Youssef Meite (CIV) 10.08 Aziz Zakari (GHA) 10.12 Simon Magakwe (RSA) 10.14
Discus throw: Omar Ahmed El Ghazaly (EGY) 59.30 m Yasser Ibrahim Farag (EGY) 58.71 m Victor Hogan (RSA) 58.11 m
Long jump: Godfrey Khotso Mokoena (RSA) 8.23 m Ndiss Kaba Badji (SEN) 8.10 m Stanley Gbagbeke (NGR) 8.06 m
Decathlon: Larbi Bourrada (ALG) 8148 points Mourad Souissi (ALG) 7818 Guillaume Thierry (MRI) 7100
Women:
100m: Blessing Okagbare (NGR) 11.03 Ruddy Zang Milama (GAB) 11.15 Oludamola Osayomi (NGR) 11.22
5000m: Vivian Cheruiyot (KEN) 16:18.72 Meseret Defar (ETH) 16:20.54 Sentayehu Ejigu (ETH) 16:22.32
100m hurdles: Seun Adigun (NGR) 13.14 Gnima Faye (SEN) 13.67 Amina Ferguen (ALG) 13.87
Pole vault: Nisrin Dinar (MAR) 3.70 m Laetitia Berthier (BDI) 3.50 m Sinali Alima Outtara (CIV) 3.40 m
Baseball
European Championship in Germany: (teams in bold advance to the semifinals)
Pool B: Sweden 3–2 Italy
Final standings: Italy 4–1, Sweden, Greece 3–2, Great Britain, Spain 2–3, Croatia 1–4.
Pool C: Germany 17–8 Greece
Standings: Netherlands 2–0, Germany 2–1, Italy, Sweden 1–1, Greece 1–2, France 0–2.
Cricket
Pakistan in England:
1st Test in Nottingham, day 1:
England 331/4 (90 overs; Eoin Morgan 125*); Pakistan.
India in Sri Lanka:
2nd Test in Colombo, day 4:
Sri Lanka 642/4d (159.4 overs); India 669/9 (198 overs; Sachin Tendulkar 203, Suresh Raina 120). India lead by 27 runs with 1 wicket remaining in the 1st innings.
Extreme sport
X Games XVI in Los Angeles, California: (USA unless stated)
Moto X Super X Adaptive: Mike Schultz Todd Thompson Beau Meier
Men's Moto X Super X: Josh Grant Justin Brayton Josh Hansen
Women's Moto X Super X: Ashley Fiolek Tarah Gieger (PUR) Sara Price
Moto X Freestyle: Travis Pastrana Levi Sherwood (NZL) Nate Adams
Skateboard Big Air: Jake Brown (AUS) Bob Burnquist (BRA) Rob Lorifice
Football (soccer)
2011 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification (UEFA): (team in bold advances to the playoff round, teams in strike are eliminated)
Group 5: England 3–0 Turkey
Standings: England 19 points (7 matches), Spain 19 (8), Austria 9 (6), Turkey 6 (7), Malta 0 (8).
FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Germany:
Semifinals:
Germany 5–1 South Korea
Colombia 0–1 Nigeria
UEFA Europa League Third qualifying round, first leg:
Sibir Novosibirsk 1–0 Apollon
Spartak Zlatibor Voda 2–1 Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk
Beroe Stara Zagora 1–1 Rapid Wien
Dnepr Mogilev 1–0 Baník Ostrava
MYPA 1–2 Timişoara
Inter Turku 1–5 Genk
Ruch Chorzów 1–3 Austria Wien
Karpaty Lviv 1–0 Zestafoni
Molde 2–3 Stuttgart
IF Elfsborg 5–0 Teteks
Utrecht 1–0 Luzern
Randers 2–3 Lausanne-Sport
Aalesunds 1–1 Motherwell
APOEL 1–0 Jablonec
Odense 5–3 Zrinjski
Kalmar FF 1–1 Levski Sofia
Maccabi Haifa 1–0 Dinamo Minsk
Wisła Kraków 0–1 Qarabağ
Cercle Brugge 1–0 Anorthosis
Dinamo Bucureşti 3–1 Hajduk Split
Galatasaray 2–2 OFK Beograd
Nordsjælland 0–1 Sporting CP
Maribor 3–0 Hibernian
Red Star Belgrade 1–2 Slovan Bratislava
Viktoria Plzeň 1–1 Beşiktaş
Olympiacos 2–1 Maccabi Tel Aviv
Sturm Graz 2–0 Dinamo Tbilisi
Győri ETO 0–1 Montpellier
Marítimo 8–2 Bangor City
Shamrock Rovers 0–2 Juventus
AZ 2–0 IFK Göteborg
Jagiellonia Białystok 1–2 Aris
Rabotnički 0–2 Liverpool
Budućnost Podgorica 1–2 Brøndby
CONCACAF Champions League Preliminary Round, first leg:
FAS 1–1 Xelajú
Golf
Women's majors:
Ricoh Women's British Open in Southport, England:
Leaderboard after first round: (T1) Katherine Hull (AUS) & Yani Tseng (TWN) 68 (−4) (T3) Anne-Lise Caudal (FRA), Brittany Lincicome (USA), Amy Yang (KOR) & Sun Young Yoo (KOR) 69
Senior majors:
U.S. Senior Open in Sammamish, Washington, USA:
Leaderboard after first round (all USA): (T1) Bruce Vaughan 66 (–4) (2) Tim Jackson (a) & Loren Roberts 68
Volleyball
Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico:
Bronze medal match: Mexico 3–2 Dominican Republic
Final: Venezuela 2–3 Puerto Rico
Water polo
FINA Men's World Cup in Oradea, Romania:
Group A:
Romania 8–14 Spain
Iran 4–26 Australia
Final standings: Spain 6 points, Romania 4, Australia 2, Iran 0.
Group B:
China 8–15 Serbia
United States 7–9 Croatia
Final standings: Croatia 6 points, Serbia 4, United States 2, China 0.
July 28, 2010 (Wednesday)
Athletics
European Championships in Barcelona, Spain:
Men:
Hammer throw: Libor Charfreitag (SVK) 80.02 m Nicola Vizzoni (ITA) 79.12 m Krisztián Pars (HUN) 79.06 m
100m: Christophe Lemaitre (FRA) 10.11 Mark Lewis-Francis (GBR) 10.18 Martial Mbandjock (FRA) 10.18
Women:
20km walk: Olga Kaniskina (RUS) 1:27:44 Anisya Kirdyapkina (RUS) 1:28:55 Vera Sokolova (RUS) 1:29:32
Discus throw: Sandra Perković (CRO) 64.67 m Nicoleta Grasu (ROU) 63.48 m Joanna Wiśniewska (POL) 62.37 m
Long jump: Ineta Radeviča (LAT) 6.92 m Naide Gomes (POR) 6.92 m Olga Kucherenko (RUS) 6.84 m
10,000m: Elvan Abeylegesse (TUR) 31:10.23 Inga Abitova (RUS) 31:22.83 Jéssica Augusto (POR) 31:25.77
African Championships in Nairobi, Kenya:
Men:
10,000m: Wilson Kiprop (KEN) 27:32.91 Moses Ndiema Kipsiro (UGA) 27:33.37 Geoffrey Mutai (KEN) 27:33.83
Shot put: Burger Lambrechts (RSA) 18.63 m Roelof Potgieter (RSA) 18.62 m Orazio Cremona (RSA) 18.27 m
Women:
Hammer throw: Amy Sene (SEN) 64.11 m Marwa Hussein (EGY) 62.36 m Florence Ezeh (TOG) 57.94 m
Baseball
European Championship in Germany: (teams in bold advance to the semifinals)
Pool A: Netherlands 3–0 Germany
Final standings: Netherlands 5–0, Germany 4–1, France 3–2, Czech Republic 2–3, Belgium 1–4, Ukraine 0–5.
Pool B: Croatia 13–1 Greece
Standings: Italy 4–0, Greece 3–2, Sweden 2–2, Great Britain, Spain 2–3, Croatia 1–4.
11th place game: Ukraine vs. Croatia. Cancelled due to inclement weather, both teams share 11th place.
Men's Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico:
Bronze medal game: Nicaragua 7–6 Puerto Rico
Final: Dominican Republic 3–2 Mexico
Basketball
FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship in Lithuania: (teams in bold advance to the quarterfinals)
Group E:
Spain 73–69 Slovenia
Latvia 75–78 Lithuania
Poland 65–69 France
Final standings: Lithuania 10 points, Latvia 8, Poland, France, Spain 7, Slovenia 6.
Group F:
Croatia 82–77 Turkey
Serbia 97–52 Italy
Russia 69–52 Greece
Final standings: Russia 9 points, Serbia, Croatia, Greece 8, Italy, Turkey 6.
Group G:
Ukraine 76–81 Sweden
Bulgaria 58–65 Germany
Standings (after 3 games): Germany 6 points, Sweden 5, Ukraine 4, Bulgaria 3.
South American Championship in Neiva, Colombia: (teams in bold advance to the semifinals)
Group A:
Brazil 93–81 Paraguay
Chile 64–75 Uruguay
Final standings: Brazil 6 points, Uruguay 5, Paraguay 4, Chile 3.
Group B:
Venezuela 104–43 Ecuador
Colombia 63–70 Argentina
Final standings: Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia 5 points, Ecuador 3.
Cricket
India in Sri Lanka:
2nd Test in Colombo, day 3:
Sri Lanka 642/4d (159.4 overs); India 382/4 (108 overs; Sachin Tendulkar 108*). India trail by 260 runs with 6 wickets remaining in the 1st innings.
ICC Intercontinental Cup in Amstelveen, day 4:
Zimbabwe XI 298 (89 overs) and 305/5d (70.3 overs); Netherlands 186 (75.5 overs) and 280 (94 overs). Zimbabwe XI win by 137 runs.
Standings: Scotland 69 points (4 matches), Afghanistan 57 (4), Zimbabwe XI 43 (3), Kenya 43 (5), Netherlands 15 (5), Ireland 12 (3), Canada 9 (4).
Football (soccer)
UEFA Champions League Third qualifying round, first leg:
Aktobe 1–0 Hapoel Tel Aviv
BATE 0–0 Copenhagen
Sheriff Tiraspol 1–1 Dinamo Zagreb
Debrecen 0–2 Basel
Young Boys 2–2 Fenerbahçe
AIK 0–1 Rosenborg
Partizan 3–0 HJK Helsinki
Ajax 1–1 PAOK
Braga 3–0 Celtic
Copa Libertadores Semifinals, first leg:
Internacional 1–0 São Paulo
CONCACAF Champions League Preliminary Round, first leg:
Tauro 0–3 Marathón
Brujas 2–2 Joe Public
Seattle Sounders FC 1–0 Isidro Metapán
/ MLS All-Star 2010 in Houston:
Manchester United 5, MLS All-Stars 2
Federico Macheda, who goes on to earn MVP honors, opens United's scoring 24 seconds in and adds a second early goal as United coast to a lopsided win.
Copa do Brasil Final, first leg:
Santos 2–0 Vitória
Volleyball
Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico:
Classification 5/6: Trinidad and Tobago 2–3 Panama
Semifinals:
Venezuela 3–0 Mexico
Puerto Rico 3–1 Dominican Republic
Water polo
FINA Men's World Cup in Oradea, Romania:
Group A:
Australia 9–11 Romania
Iran 1–26 Spain
Standings (after 2 matches): Romania, Spain 4 points, Australia, Iran 0.
Group B:
Croatia 14–4 China
United States 9–17 Serbia
Standings (after 2 matches): Croatia 4 points, Serbia, United States 2, China 0.
July 27, 2010 (Tuesday)
Athletics
European Championships in Barcelona, Spain:
Men:
10,000m: Mohammed Farah (GBR) 28:24.99 Christopher Thompson (GBR) 28:27.33 Daniele Meucci (ITA) 28:27.33
20km walk: Stanislav Emelyanov (RUS) 1:20:10 Alex Schwazer (ITA) 1:20:38 João Vieira (POR) 1:20:49
Women:
Shot put: Nadzeya Astapchuk (BLR) 20.48 m Natallia Mikhnevich (BLR) 19.53 m Anna Avdeyeva (RUS) 19.39 m
Baseball
European Championship in Germany: (teams in bold advance to the semifinals)
Pool A:
France 8–2 Belgium
Ukraine 1–11 Czech Republic
Belgium 0–10 Netherlands
Germany 10–9 France
Standings: Netherlands, Germany 4–0, France 3–2, Czech Republic 2–3, Belgium 1–4, Ukraine 0–5.
Pool B:
Spain 16–6 Sweden
Greece 4–3 Great Britain
Italy 13–1 Croatia
Standings: Italy 4–0, Greece 3–1, Sweden 2–2, Great Britain, Spain 2–3, Croatia 0–4.
Men's Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico:
Semifinals:
Dominican Republic 6–5 Nicaragua
Puerto Rico 0–1 Mexico
Basketball
FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship in Lithuania: (teams in bold advance to the quarterfinals)
Group E:
France 75–51 Slovenia
Lithuania 77–58 Spain
Poland 59–63 Latvia
Standings (after 4 games): Lithuania 8 points, Latvia 7, Poland 6, France, Spain, Slovenia 5.
Group F:
Italy 61–72 Croatia
Greece 79–65 Turkey
Russia 75–61 Serbia
Standings (after 4 games): Russia, Greece 7 points, Serbia, Croatia 6, Italy, Turkey 5.
Group G:
Bulgaria 75–79 Ukraine
Germany 73–66 Sweden
Standings (after 2 games): Germany 4 points, Sweden, Ukraine 3, Bulgaria 2.
South American Championship in Neiva, Colombia:
Group A:
Chile 72–76 Paraguay
Brazil 89–63 Chile
Group B:
Argentina 107–43 Ecuador
Colombia 84–83 (OT) Venezuela
Cricket
India in Sri Lanka:
2nd Test in Colombo, day 2:
Sri Lanka 642/4d (159.4 overs; Kumar Sangakkara 219, Mahela Jayawardene 174); India 95/0 (18 overs). India trail by 547 runs with 10 wickets remaining in the 1st innings.
ICC Intercontinental Cup in Amstelveen, day 3:
Zimbabwe XI 298 (89 overs) and 305/5d (70.3 overs); Netherlands 186 (75.5 overs) and 134/4 (37.4 overs). Netherlands require another 284 runs with 6 wickets remaining.
Football (soccer)
UEFA European Under-19 Championship in France:
Semi-finals:
Spain 3–1 England
France 2–1 Croatia
UEFA Champions League Third qualifying round, first leg:
Omonia 1–1 Red Bull Salzburg
Litex Lovech 1–1 Žilina
Dynamo Kyiv 3–0 Gent
Unirea Urziceni 0–0 Zenit St. Petersburg
Sparta Prague 1–0 Lech Poznań
The New Saints 1–3 Anderlecht
UEFA Europa League Third qualifying round, first leg:
CSKA Sofia 3–0 Cliftonville
Copa Libertadores Semifinals, first leg:
Guadalajara 1–1 Universidad de Chile
CONCACAF Champions League Preliminary Round, first leg:
Toronto FC 1–0 Motagua
San Juan Jabloteh 0–1 Santos Laguna
Los Angeles Galaxy 1–4 Puerto Rico Islanders
San Francisco 2–3 Cruz Azul
Volleyball
Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico:
Quarterfinals:
Dominican Republic 3–1 Trinidad and Tobago
Mexico 3–0 Panama
Water polo
FINA Men's World Cup in Oradea, Romania:
Group A:
Iran 1–26 Romania
Australia 7–9 Spain
Group B:
United States 10–6 China
Croatia 10–8 Serbia
July 26, 2010 (Monday)
Baseball
Major League Baseball:
Facing the minimum 27 batters but surrendering just one walk, Matt Garza of the Tampa Bay Rays hurls the franchise's first – and the 2010 MLB season's fifth – no-hitter as the Rays defeat the Detroit Tigers, 5–0.
European Championship in Germany:
Pool A:
Czech Republic 1–7 Netherlands
Czech Republic 10–1 Belgium
France 10–2 Ukraine
Netherlands – Germany postponed
Standings: Germany, Netherlands 3–0, France 2–1, Belgium 1–2, Czech Republic 1–3, Ukraine 0–4.
Pool B:
Great Britain 5–1 Spain
Croatia – Greece postponed
Sweden – Italy postponed
Standings: Italy 3–0, Sweden, Greece 2–1, Great Britain 2–2, Spain 1–3, Croatia 0–3.
Men's Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico:
Playoffs:
Nicaragua 2–0 Venezuela
Panama 0–7 Mexico
Basketball
FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship in Lithuania: (teams in bold advance to the quarterfinals)
Group E:
Slovenia 76–74 Latvia
France 63–104 Lithuania
Spain 67–81 Poland
Standings (after 3 games): Lithuania 6 points, Latvia, Poland 5, Spain, Slovenia 4, France 3.
Group F:
Greece 97–88 Italy
Croatia 55–78 Russia
Turkey 49–63 Serbia
Standings (after 3 games): Serbia, Russia, Greece 5 points, Italy, Croatia, Turkey 4.
Group G:
Ukraine 59–73 Germany
Sweden 88–66 Bulgaria
South American Championship in Neiva, Colombia:
Group A:
Uruguay 66–61 Paraguay
Brazil 69–54 Chile
Group B:
Venezuela 75–72 Argentina
Colombia 94–46 Ecuador
Cricket
India in Sri Lanka:
2nd Test in Colombo, day 1:
Sri Lanka 312/2 (90 overs; Kumar Sangakkara 130*, Tharanga Paranavitana 100); India.
ICC Intercontinental Cup in Amstelveen, day 2:
Zimbabwe XI 298 (89 overs) and 79/2 (23 overs); Netherlands 186 (75.5 overs). Zimbabwe XI lead by 191 runs with 8 wickets remaining.
Volleyball
Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico:
Group A: Dominican Republic 0–3 Venezuela
Final standings: Venezuela 4 points, Dominican Republic 3, Panama 2.
Group B:
Barbados 0–3 Trinidad and Tobago
Puerto Rico 3–1 Mexico
Final standings: Puerto Rico 6 points, Mexico 5, Trinidad and Tobago 4, Barbados 3.
July 25, 2010 (Sunday)
Athletics
World Junior Championships in Moncton, Canada:
Men:
800m: David Mutinda Mutua (KEN) 1:46.41 Casimir Loxsom (USA) 1:46.57 Robby Andrews (USA) 1:47.00
110m hurdles: Pascal Martinot-Lagarde (FRA) 13.52 Vladimir Vukicevic (NOR) 13.59 Jack Meredith (GBR) 13.59
3000m steeplechase: Jonathan Muia Ndiku (KEN) 8:23.48 Albert Kiptoo Yator (KEN) 8:33.55 Jacob Araptany (UGA) 8:37.02
4x400m relay: United States 3:04.76 Nigeria 3:06.36 Jamaica 3:06.49
Hammer throw: Conor McCullough (USA) 80.79 m Ákos Hudi (HUN) 78.37 m Alaa El-Din El-Ashry (EGY) 76.66 m
Triple jump: Aleksey Fedorov (RUS) 16.68 m Ernesto Revé (CUB) 16.47 m Omar Craddock (USA) 16.23 m
Women:
1500m: Tizita Bogale (ETH) 4:08.06 Ciara Mageean (IRL) 4:09.51 Nancy Chepkwemoi (KEN) 4:11.04
4x400m relay: United States 3:31.20 Nigeria 3:31.84 Jamaica 3:32.24
High jump: Marija Vukovic (MNE) 1.91 m Airinė Palšytė (LIT) 1.89 m Elena Vallortigara (ITA) 1.89 m
Auto racing
Formula One:
German Grand Prix in Hockenheim, Germany: (1) Fernando Alonso (ESP) (Ferrari) (2) Felipe Massa (BRA) (Ferrari) (3) Sebastian Vettel (GER) (Red Bull-Renault)
Drivers' championship standings (after 11 of 19 races): (1) Lewis Hamilton (GBR) (McLaren-Mercedes) 157 points (2) Jenson Button (GBR) (McLaren-Mercedes) 143 (3) Mark Webber (AUS) (Red Bull-Renault) and Vettel 136
Constructors' championship standings: (1) McLaren 300 points (2) Red Bull 272 (3) Ferrari 208
After the race, Ferrari receive a $100,000 fine for breaching sporting regulations, by apparently implementing team orders in relation to Alonso passing Massa for the lead on lap 49. (BBC)
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series:
Brickyard 400 in Speedway, Indiana: (1) Jamie McMurray (Chevrolet; Earnhardt Ganassi Racing) (2) Kevin Harvick (Chevrolet; Richard Childress Racing) (3) Greg Biffle (Ford; Roush Fenway Racing)
Drivers' championship standings (after 20 of 36 races): (1) Harvick 2920 points (2) Jeff Gordon (Chevrolet; Hendrick Motorsports) 2736 (3) Denny Hamlin (Toyota; Joe Gibbs Racing) 2660
McMurray becomes the third driver to win the Daytona 500 and the Brickyard 400 in the same season after Dale Jarrett in 1996 and Jimmie Johnson in 2006.
McMurray's team owner Chip Ganassi completes a treble of winning the Daytona 500, the Brickyard 400 and the Indianapolis 500 in the same season.
IndyCar Series:
Honda Indy Edmonton in Edmonton, Canada: (1) Scott Dixon (NZL) (Chip Ganassi Racing) (2) Will Power (AUS) (Team Penske) (3) Dario Franchitti (GBR) (Chip Ganassi Racing)
Drivers' championship standings (after 11 of 17 races): (1) Power 420 points (2) Franchitti 370 (3) Dixon 349
Baseball
European Championship in Germany:
Pool A:
Netherlands 12–2 Ukraine
Germany 8–4 Belgium
France 6–1 Czech Republic
Standings: Germany 3–0, Netherlands 2–0, Belgium, France 1–1, Czech Republic, Ukraine 0–3.
Pool B:
Great Britain 2–12 Italy
Sweden 12–2 Croatia
Spain 9–13 Greece
Standings: Italy 3–0, Sweden, Greece 2–1, Spain 1–2, Great Britain 1–2, Croatia 0–3.
Men's Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico: (teams in bold advance to the playoffs)
Pool A: U.S. Virgin Islands 0–6 Puerto Rico
Final standings: Puerto Rico 4–0, Venezuela 3–1, Panama 2–2, Guatemala 1–3, U.S. Virgin Islands 0–4.
Pool B:
Mexico 3–2 Netherlands Antilles
Dominican Republic 1–2 Mexico
Final standings: Dominican Republic, Mexico, Nicaragua 2–1, Netherlands Antilles 0–3.
Basketball
FIBA Under-17 World Championship for Women in Rodez and Toulouse, France:
7th place playoff: Spain 48–74 Australia
5th place playoff: Russia 68–74 Japan
Bronze medal game: China 85–73 Belgium
Final: United States 92–62 France
The USA win the inaugural edition of the event.
FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship for Women in Latvia:
Group G:
Sweden 80–51 Bulgaria
Romania 68–75 Germany
Final standings: Romania 11 points, Germany 10, Sweden 9, Bulgaria 6.
Sweden and Bulgaria are relegated to Division B.
7th place playoff: Serbia 46–68 Turkey
5th place playoff: Lithuania 64–82 Ukraine
Bronze medal game: France 49–53 Latvia
Final: Russia 75–74 Spain
Russia win the title for the fifth time.
Cricket
ICC Intercontinental Cup in Amstelveen, day 1:
Zimbabwe XI 298 (89 overs; Craig Ervine 145); Netherlands 7/2 (5 overs). Netherlands trail by 291 runs with 8 wickets remaining in the 1st innings.
Cycling
Grand Tours:
Tour de France:
Stage 20: Mark Cavendish (GBR) (Team HTC-Columbia) 2h 42' 21" Alessandro Petacchi (ITA) (Lampre-Farnese) s.t. Julian Dean (NZL) (Garmin-Transitions) s.t.
Cavendish wins the last stage of the Tour on the Champs-Élysées for the second straight year, the first ever rider to do so.
Final general classification: (1) Alberto Contador (ESP) (Astana) 91h 58' 48" (2) Andy Schleck (LUX) (Team Saxo Bank) + 39" (3) Denis Menchov (RUS) (Rabobank) + 2' 01"
Contador wins the Tour for the third time in four years, and his fifth Grand Tour title.
Darts
PDC Major:
World Matchplay, day 9:
Final: Phil Taylor (ENG) def. Raymond van Barneveld (NED) 18–12
Taylor wins his eleventh World Matchplay title and the 58th major title of his PDC career.
Equestrianism
Show jumping:
FEI World Cup Jumping – North American League, East Coast:
2nd Competition in Bromont, Quebec (CSI**-W): Yann Candele (CAN) on Game Ready Ljubov Kochetova (RUS) on Aslan Jenna Thompson (CAN) on Zeke
Standings (after 1 of 17 competitions): (1) Pablo Barrios (VEN) 30 points (2) Eric Lamaze (CAN) 24 (3) Candele 21
Football (soccer)
FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Germany:
Quarterfinals:
United States 1–1 (2–4 pen.) Nigeria
Mexico 1–3 South Korea
Golf
Senior majors:
Senior British Open in Carnoustie, Scotland: (USA unless indicated)
(1) Bernhard Langer (GER) 279 (−5) (2) Corey Pavin 280 (−4) (3) Jay Don Blake, Russ Cochran, Fred Funk & Peter Senior (AUS) 283 (−1)
Langer wins his first senior major, third Champions Tour title of the season, and eleventh of his career.
PGA Tour:
RBC Canadian Open in Oakville, Ontario:
Winner: Carl Pettersson (SWE) 266 (−14)
Pettersson wins his fourth PGA Tour title.
European Tour:
Nordea Scandinavian Masters in Stockholm, Sweden:
Winner: Richard S. Johnson (SWE) 277 (−11)
Johnson wins his second European Tour title.
LPGA Tour:
Evian Masters in Évian-les-Bains, France:
Winner: Jiyai Shin (KOR) 274 (−14)
Shin wins her seventh LPGA Tour title and regains the #1 spot in the Women's World Golf Rankings.
Horse racing
Canadian Triple Crown:
Prince of Wales Stakes in Fort Erie, Ontario:
(1) Golden Moka (jockey: Anthony Stephen; trainer: Brian Lynch) (2) Mobil Unit (jockey: David Clark; trainer: Mike Keogh) (3) Big Red Mike (jockey: Eurico Rosa da Silva; trainer: Nick Gonzalez)
Motorcycle racing
Moto GP:
United States motorcycle Grand Prix in Monterey, United States: (1) Jorge Lorenzo (ESP) (Yamaha) (2) Casey Stoner (AUS) (Ducati) (3) Valentino Rossi (ITA) (Yamaha)
Riders' championship standings (after 9 of 18 rounds): (1) Lorenzo 210 points (2) Dani Pedrosa (ESP) (Honda) 138 (3) Andrea Dovizioso (ITA) (Honda) 115
Manufacturers' championship standings: (1) Yamaha 215 points (2) Honda 175 (3) Ducati 133
Snooker
Irish Classic in Dublin:
Final: Fergal O'Brien (IRL) def. Michael Judge (IRL) 5–1
O'Brien wins his second professional title.
Tennis
ATP World Tour:
International German Open in Hamburg, Germany:
Final: Andrey Golubev (KAZ) def. Jürgen Melzer (AUT) 6–3, 7–5
Golubev becomes the first Kazakhstani player to win an ATP Tour title.
Atlanta Tennis Championships in Johns Creek, Georgia, United States:
Final: Mardy Fish (USA) def. John Isner (USA) 4–6, 6–4, 7–6(4)
Fish wins the fifth title of his career.
WTA Tour:
Banka Koper Slovenia Open in Portorož, Slovenia:
Final: Anna Chakvetadze (RUS) def. Johanna Larsson (SWE) 6–1, 6–2
Chakvetadze wins the eighth title of her career.
Gastein Ladies in Bad Gastein, Austria:
Final: Julia Görges (GER) def. Timea Bacsinszky (SUI) 6–1, 6–4
Görges wins the first title of her career.
Volleyball
FIVB World League Final Round in Córdoba, Argentina:
3rd place: Serbia 3–2 Cuba
Final: Russia 1–3 Brazil
Brazil win the title for the ninth time.
Women's European League Final Four in Ankara, Turkey:
Bronze medal match: Israel 0–3 Turkey
Final: Serbia 3–1 Bulgaria
Serbia win the title for the second consecutive time, and qualify for 2011 FIVB World Grand Prix.
Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico:
Group A: Panama 1–3 Dominican Republic
Standings: Venezuela, Dominican Republic 2 points (1 match), Panama 2 (2).
Group B:
Barbados 0–3 Mexico
Trinidad and Tobago 0–3 Puerto Rico
Standings (after 2 matches): Puerto Rico, Mexico 4 points, Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago 2.
July 24, 2010 (Saturday)
Athletics
World Junior Championships in Moncton, Canada:
Men:
5000m: David Kiprotich Bett (KEN) 13:23.76 John Kipkoech (KEN) 13:26.03 Aziz Lahbabi (MAR) 13:28.92
4x100m relay: United States 38.93 Jamaica 39.55 Trinidad and Tobago 39.72
Discus throw: Andrius Gudžius (LTU) 63.78 m Andrei Gag (ROM) 61.85 m Julian Wruck (AUS) 61.09 m
Women:
400m hurdles: Katsiaryna Artsiukh (BLR) 56.16 Vera Rudakova (RUS) 57.16 Evonne Britton (USA) 57.32
4x100m relay: United States 43.44 Germany 43.74 Netherlands 44.09
Hammer throw: Sophie Hitchon (GBR) 66.01 m Barbara Špiler (SLO) 65.28 m Li Zhang (CHN) 63.96 m
Pole vault: Angelica Bengtsson (SWE) 4.25 m Victoria von Eynatten (GER) 4.20 m Holly Bleasdale (GBR) 4.15 m
Auto racing
Nationwide Series:
Kroger 200 in Clermont, Indiana: (1) Kyle Busch (Toyota; Joe Gibbs Racing) (2) Carl Edwards (Ford; Roush Fenway Racing) (3) Aric Almirola (Chevrolet; JR Motorsports)
Drivers' championship standings (after 20 of 35 races): (1) Brad Keselowski (Dodge; Penske Racing) 3189 points (2) Edwards 2989 (3) Justin Allgaier (Dodge; Penske Racing) 2691
Baseball
European Championship in Germany:
Pool A:
Belgium 9–0 Ukraine
Netherlands 10–0 France
Germany 6–2 Czech Republic
Standings: Germany 2–0, Netherlands, Belgium 1–0, Czech Republic, France 0–1, Ukraine 0–2.
Pool B:
Spain 7–6 Croatia
Great Britain 1–4 Sweden
Greece 1–13 Italy
Standings: Italy 2–0, Greece, Sweden, Spain, Great Britain 1–1, Croatia 0–2.
Men's Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico:
Pool A:
Venezuela 2–1 Panama
Panama 15–0 Guatemala
Venezuela 11–0 U.S. Virgin Islands
Standings: Puerto Rico 3–0, Venezuela 3–1, Panama 2–2, Guatemala 1–3, U.S. Virgin Islands 0–3.
Pool B:
Mexico 2–5 Nicaragua
Dominican Republic 8–2 Netherlands Antilles
Standings: Dominican Republic 2–0, Nicaragua 2–1, Mexico 0–1, Netherlands Antilles 0–2.
Basketball
FIBA Under-17 World Championship for Women in Rodez and Toulouse, France:
Semifinals:
China 74–97 United States
Belgium 49–59 France
5th–8th semifinals:
Russia 72–52 Spain
Japan 95–92 Australia
9th place playoff: Turkey 48–62 Argentina
11th place playoff: Mali 48–82 Canada
FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship for Women in Latvia:
Semifinals:
Russia 81–65 France
Latvia 52–56 Spain
5th–8th semifinals:
Serbia 59–63 Lithuania
Turkey 55–74 Ukraine
9th place playoff: Poland 61–50 Netherlands
11th place playoff: Italy 72–91 Belarus
Group G:
Sweden 53–80 Romania
Bulgaria 53–85 Germany
Standings (after 5 games): Romania 10 points, Germany 8, Sweden 7, Bulgaria 5.
Sweden and Bulgaria are relegated to Division B.
Cricket
Australia vs Pakistan in England:
2nd Test in Leeds, day 4:
Australia 88 (33.1 overs) and 349 (95.3 overs); Pakistan 258 (64.5 overs) and 180/7 (50.4 overs). Pakistan win by 3 wickets; 2-match series drawn 1–1.
Cycling
Grand Tours:
Tour de France:
Stage 19: Fabian Cancellara (SUI) (Team Saxo Bank) 1h 00' 56" Tony Martin (GER) (Team HTC-Columbia) + 17" Bert Grabsch (GER) (Team HTC-Columbia) + 1' 48"
General classification: (1) Alberto Contador (ESP) (Astana) 89h 16' 27" (2) Andy Schleck (LUX) (Team Saxo Bank) + 39" (3) Denis Menchov (RUS) (Rabobank) + 2' 01"
Darts
PDC Major:
World Matchplay, day 8:
Semi-finals: (ENG unless stated otherwise)
Raymond van Barneveld (NED) def. James Wade 17–8
Phil Taylor def. Simon Whitlock (AUS) 17–4
Equestrianism
Show jumping:
Global Champions Tour:
7th Competition in Chantilly (CSI 5*): Laura Kraut (USA) on Cedric Penelope Leprevost (FRA) on Mylord Charthago Edwina Alexander (AUS) on Itot du Chateau
Standings (after 7 of 9 competitions): (1) Marco Kutscher (GER) and Marcus Ehning (GER) 182 points (3) Jos Lansink (BEL) 168
Football (soccer)
2011 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification (UEFA): (teams in strike are eliminated)
Group 1: Northern Ireland 3–0 Estonia
Standings (after 8 matches): France 24 points, Iceland 21, Estonia 9, Serbia 8, Northern Ireland 7, Croatia 1.
FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Germany:
Quarterfinals:
Sweden 0–2 Colombia
Germany 2–0 North Korea
UEFA European Under-19 Championship in France: (teams in bold advance to semi-finals)
Group A:
England 1–1 France
Netherlands 0–1 Austria
Final standings: France 7 points, England 4, Austria, Netherlands 3.
Group B:
Portugal 0–5 Croatia
Spain 3–0 Italy
Final standings: Spain 9 points, Croatia 4, Portugal 3, Italy 1.
Golf
Senior majors:
Senior British Open in Carnoustie, Scotland
Leaderboard after third round: (1) Bernhard Langer (GER) 207 (−6) (2) Corey Pavin (USA) 210 (−3) (3) Six tied at 211 (−2)
Lacrosse
World Championship in Manchester, England:
Final: Canada 10–12 United States
The United States win the title for the ninth time, avenging their 2006 final defeat to Canada.
Bronze medal match: Australia 16–9 Japan
Rugby union
Tri Nations Series:
Australia 30–13 South Africa in Brisbane
Standings: New Zealand 10 points (2 matches), Australia 4 (1), South Africa 0 (3).
Six-red snooker
Six-red World Championship‎ in Bangkok, Thailand:
Final: Mark Selby (ENG) def. Ricky Walden (ENG) 8–6
Volleyball
FIVB World League Final Round in Córdoba, Argentina:
Semifinals:
Russia 3–0 Serbia
Brazil 3–1 Cuba
Women's European League Final Four in Ankara, Turkey:
Semifinals:
Israel 0–3 Serbia
Turkey 2–3 Bulgaria
Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico:
Group A: Venezuela 3–0 Panama
Group B:
Mexico 3–0 Trinidad and Tobago
Puerto Rico 3–1 Barbados
July 23, 2010 (Friday)
Athletics
World Junior Championships in Moncton, Canada:
Men:
200m: Shota Iizuka (JPN) 20.67 Aliaksandr Linnik (BLR) 20.89 Aaron Brown (CAN) 21.00
400m hurdles: Jehue Gordon (TRI) 49.30 Takatoshi Abe (JPN) 49.46 Leslie Murray (ISV) 50.22
10 km walk: Valery Filipchuk (RUS) 40:43.17 Zelin Cai (CHN) 40:43.59 Petr Bogatyrev (RUS) 40:50.37
High jump: Mutaz Essa Barshim (QAT) 2.30 m David Smith (USA) 2.24 m Naoto Tobe (JPN) 2.21 m
Javelin throw: Till Wöschler (GER) 82.52 m Genki Dean (JPN) 76.44 m Dmitri Tarabin (RUS) 76.42 m
Women:
200m: Stormy Kendrick (USA) 22.99 Jodie Williams (GBR) 23.19 Jamile Samuel (NED) 23.27
Long jump: Irisdaymi Herrera (CUB) 6.41 m Wupin Wang (CHN) 6.23 m Marharyta Tverdohlib (UKR) 6.20 m
Heptathlon: Dafne Schippers (NED) 5967 points Sara Gambetta (GER) 5770 Helga Margrét Thorsteinsdóttir (ISL) 5706
Baseball
European Championship in Germany:
Pool A:
France vs. Belgium. Postponed due to inclement weather.
Czech Republic vs. Netherlands. Postponed in the first inning due to inclement weather, with the Netherlands leading 2–0.
Ukraine 0–10 Germany
Pool B:
Croatia 1–10 Great Britain
Sweden 9–12 Greece
Italy 9–1 Spain
Men's Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico:
Pool A: Guatemala 0–20 Venezuela
Pool B: Nicaragua 6–0 Netherlands Antilles
Basketball
FIBA Under-17 World Championship for Women in France:
Quarterfinals in Toulouse:
China 68–59 Russia
United States 86–57 Spain
Belgium 93–70 Japan
France 69–59 Australia
9th–12th semifinals in Rodez:
Turkey 88–56 Mali
Argentina 59–51 Canada
FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship for Women in Latvia:
Quarterfinals:
Russia 92–72 Serbia
Lithuania 61–69 France
Spain 75–74 Ukraine
Latvia 64–57 Turkey
9th–12th semifinals:
Poland 66–53 Italy
Belarus 78–88 Netherlands
Group G:
Germany 64–67 Sweden
Romania 62–41 Bulgaria
Standings (after 4 games): Romania 8 points, Germany, Sweden 6, Bulgaria 4.
Cricket
Australia vs Pakistan in England:
2nd Test in Leeds, day 3:
Australia 88 (33.1 overs) and 349 (95.3 overs); Pakistan 258 (64.5 overs) and 140/3 (37 overs). Pakistan require another 40 runs with 7 wickets remaining.
Cycling
Grand Tours:
Tour de France:
Stage 18: Mark Cavendish (GBR) (Team HTC-Columbia) 4h 37' 09" Julian Dean (NZL) (Garmin-Transitions) s.t. Alessandro Petacchi (ITA) (Lampre-Farnese) s.t.
General classification: (1) Alberto Contador (ESP) (Astana) 88h 09' 48" (2) Andy Schleck (LUX) (Team Saxo Bank) + 8" (3) Samuel Sánchez (ESP) (Euskaltel-Euskadi) + 3' 32"
Darts
PDC Major:
World Matchplay, day 7:
Quarter-finals: (ENG unless stated otherwise)
James Wade def. Wayne Jones 16–12
Simon Whitlock (AUS) def. Jelle Klaasen (NED) 16–8
Raymond van Barneveld (NED) def. Co Stompé (NED) 16–12
Phil Taylor def. Kevin Painter 16–4
Football (soccer)
UEFA Europa League Second qualifying round, second leg: (first leg score in parentheses)
UE Sant Julià 0–5 (0–3) MYPA. MYPA win 8–0 on aggregate.
Golf
Senior majors:
Senior British Open in Carnoustie, Scotland
Leaderboard after second round (USA unless otherwise indicated): (1) Bernhard Langer (GER) and Corey Pavin 138 (−4) (3) Dan Forsman, Jay Haas, Larry Mize and Ian Woosnam (WAL) 139 (−3)
Volleyball
FIVB World League Final Round in Córdoba, Argentina: (teams in bold advance to the semifinals)
Pool E: Argentina 0–3 Serbia
Final standings: Brazil, Serbia 4 points, Argentina 1.
Pool F: Cuba 3–0 Italy
Final standings: Russia, Cuba 4 points, Italy 1.
Women's Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico:
Classification 7/8: Barbados 0–3 Nicaragua
Classification 5/6: Guatemala 0–3 Mexico
Bronze Medal: Trinidad and Tobago 1–3 Costa Rica
Gold Medal: Dominican Republic 3–2 Puerto Rico
The Dominican Republic win the title for the fifth time.
July 22, 2010 (Thursday)
Athletics
World Junior Championships in Moncton, Canada:
Men:
400m: Kirani James (GRN) 45.89 Marcell Deák Nagy (HUN) 46.09 Errol Nolan (USA) 46.36
1500m: Caleb Mwangangi Ndiku (KEN) 3:37.30 Abderrahmane Anou (ALG) 3:38.86 Mohammad Al-Garni (QAT) 3:38.91
Pole vault: Anton Ivakin (RUS) 5.50 m Claudio Stecchi (ITA) 5.40 m Andrew Sutcliffe (GBR) 5.35 m
Women:
400m: Shaunae Miller (BAH) 52.52 Margaret Etim (NGR) 53.05 Bianca Razor (ROU) 53.17
800m: Elena Mirela Lavric (ROU) 2:01.85 Cherono Koech (KEN) 2:02.29 Annet Negesa (UGA) 2:02.51
100m hurdles: Isabelle Pedersen (NOR) 13.30 Jenna Pletsch (GER) 13.35 Miriam Hehl (GER) 13.46
3000m steeplechase: Purity Cherotich Kirui (KEN) 9:36.34 Birtukan Adamu (ETH) 9:43.23 Lucia Kamene Muangi (KEN) 9:43.71
Discus throw: Yaime Pérez (CUB) 56.01 m Erin Pendleton (USA) 54.96 m Yuliya Kurylo (UKR) 53.96 m
Triple jump: Dailenys Alcántara (CUB) 14.09 m Laura Samuel (GBR) 13.75 m Lina Deng (CHN) 13.72 m
IAAF Diamond League:
Herculis in Fontvieille, Monaco:
Men:
200m: Tyson Gay (USA) 19.72
400m: Jermaine Gonzales (JAM) 44.40
800m: Abubaker Kaki Khamis (SUD) 1:43.10
1500m: Silas Kiplagat (KEN) 3:29.27
110m hurdles: David Oliver (USA) 13.01
400m hurdles: Bershawn Jackson (USA) 47.78
Discus throw: Gerd Kanter (EST) 67.81 m
High jump: Ivan Ukhov (RUS) 2.34 m
Long jump: Dwight Phillips (USA) 8.46 m
Women:
100m: Carmelita Jeter (USA) 10.82
800m: Alysia Johnson (USA) 1:57.34
3000m: Sentayehu Ejigu (ETH) 8:28.41
100m hurdles: Lolo Jones (USA) 12.63
400m hurdles: Kaliese Spencer (JAM) 53.63
Javelin throw: Barbora Špotáková (CZE) 65.76 m
Pole vault: Fabiana Murer (BRA) 4.80 m
Shot put: Nadzeya Astapchuk (BLR) 20.23 m
Triple jump: Yargelis Savigne (CUB) 15.09 m
Baseball
Men's Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico:
Pool A:
U.S. Virgin Islands 6–7 Guatemala
Puerto Rico 6–0 Panama
Pool B: Nicaragua 0–0 (suspended) Mexico
Cricket
Australia vs Pakistan in England:
2nd Test in Leeds, day 2:
Australia 88 (33.1 overs) and 136/2 (41 overs); Pakistan 258 (64.5 overs). Australia trail by 34 runs with 8 wickets remaining.
India in Sri Lanka:
1st Test in Galle, day 5:
Sri Lanka 520/8d (124 overs) and 96/0 (14.1 overs); India 276 (65 overs) and 338 (f/o; 115.4 overs; Lasith Malinga 5-50). Sri Lanka win by 10 wickets; lead 3-match series 1–0.
Muttiah Muralitharan ends his Test career with exactly 800 wickets, after claiming the wicket of Pragyan Ojha to end the Indian innings.
Cycling
Grand Tours:
Tour de France:
Stage 17: Andy Schleck (LUX) (Team Saxo Bank) 5h 03' 29" Alberto Contador (ESP) (Astana) s.t. Joaquim Rodríguez (ESP) (Team Katusha) + 1' 18"
General classification: (1) Contador 83h 32' 39" (2) Schleck + 8" (3) Samuel Sánchez (ESP) (Euskaltel-Euskadi) + 3' 32"
Darts
PDC Major:
World Matchplay, day 6:
Second round: (ENG unless stated otherwise)
Jelle Klaasen (NED) def. Gary Anderson (SCO) 14–12
Kevin Painter def. Mark Walsh 14–12
Phil Taylor def. Steve Beaton 13–4
Simon Whitlock (AUS) def. Steve Brown 13–10
Fencing
European Championships in Leipzig, Germany:
Men's Épée Team:
Final: Hungary def. Ukraine 45–39
Germany
Women's Sabre Team:
Final: Ukraine def. Russia 45–38
Italy
Football (soccer)
UEFA Europa League Second qualifying round, second leg: (first leg score in parentheses)
Mika 0–0 (0–1) Rabotnički. Rabotnički win 1–0 on aggregate.
Teteks 3–1 (0–0) Ventspils. Teteks win 3–1 on aggregate.
Torpedo Zhodino 0–1 (2–2) OFK Beograd. OFK Beograd win 3–2 on aggregate.
Dukla Banská Bystrica 1–0 (0–3) Zestafoni. Zestafoni win 3–1 on aggregate.
Mogren 2–1 (0–2) Maccabi Tel Aviv. Maccabi Tel Aviv win 3–2 on aggregate.
Spartak Zlatibor Voda 2–0 (3–3) Differdange. Spartak Zlatibor Voda win 5–3 on aggregate.
Sillamäe Kalev 0–5 (1–5) Dinamo Minsk. Dinamo Minsk win 10–1 on aggregate.
Jelgava 2–1 (0–1) Molde. 2–2 on aggregate; Molde win on away goals rule.
Qarabağ 1–1 (2–1) Portadown. Qarabağ win 3–2 on aggregate.
TPS 1–2 (1–0) Cercle Brugge. 2–2 on aggregate; Cercle Brugge win on away goals rule.
Široki Brijeg 0–1 (2–2) Austria Wien. Austria Wien win 3–2 on aggregate.
Baník Ostrava 0–0 (6–0) WIT Georgia. Baník Ostrava win 6–0 on aggregate.
Dnepr Mogilev 1–1 (2–2) Stabæk. 3–3 on aggregate; Dnepr Mogilev win on away goals rule.
Karpaty Lviv 3–2 (3–0) KR Reykjavík. Karpaty Lviv win 6–2 on aggregate.
Dacia 0–2 (0–0) Kalmar FF. Kalmar FF win 2–0 on aggregate.
Dinamo Tbilisi 2–1 (2–1) Gefle. Dinamo Tbilisi win 4–2 on aggregate.
APOEL 3–1 (3–0) Tauras Tauragė. APOEL win 6–1 on aggregate.
Iskra-Stal 0–1 (1–2) IF Elfsborg. IF Elfsborg win 3–1 on aggregate.
Randers 1–1 (3–0) Gorica. Randers win 4–1 on aggregate.
Bnei Yehuda 0–1 (1–1) Shamrock Rovers. Shamrock Rovers win 2–1 on aggregate.
KF Tirana 1–1 (0–4) Utrecht. Utrecht win 5–1 on aggregate.
Dinamo Bucureşti 5–1 (2–0) Olimpia. Dinamo Bucureşti win 7–1 on aggregate.
Vaduz 0–0 (0–3) Brøndby. Brøndby win 3–0 on aggregate.
Wisła Kraków 5–0 (2–0) Šiauliai. Wisła Kraków win 7–0 on aggregate.
Dundalk 0–2 (0–6) Levski Sofia. Levski Sofia win 8–0 on aggregate.
Ruch Chorzów 0–0 (1–1) Valletta. 1–1 on aggregate; Ruch Chorzów win on away goals rule.
Víkingur 0–4 (0–3) Beşiktaş. Beşiktaş win 7–0 on aggregate.
Tre Penne 2–9 (1–4) Zrinjski. Zrinjski win 13–3 on aggregate.
Győri ETO 2–0 (3–0) Atyrau. Győri ETO win 5–0 on aggregate.
Olympiacos 6–1 (5–0) Besa Kavajë. Olympiacos win 11–1 on aggregate.
Bangor City 2–1 (1–1) Honka. Bangor City win 3–2 on aggregate.
Maribor 2–0 (1–1) Videoton. Maribor win 3–1 on aggregate.
Rapid Wien 4–2 (2–0) Sūduva Marijampolė. Rapid Wien win 6–2 on aggregate.
Šibenik 0–3 (a.e.t.) (2–0) Anorthosis. Anorthosis win 3–2 on aggregate.
Sporting Fingal 2–3 (2–3) Marítimo. Marítimo win 6–4 on aggregate.
Borac Banja Luka 1–1 (0–1) Lausanne-Sport. Lausanne-Sport win 2–1 on aggregate.
Cibalia 0–0 (0–1) Cliftonville. Cliftonville win 1–0 on aggregate.
Budućnost Podgorica 1–2 (3–0) Baku. Budućnost Podgorica win 4–2 on aggregate.
Breiðablik 0–1 (0–1) Motherwell. Motherwell win 2–0 on aggregate.
UE Sant Julià – (0–3) MYPA. Match abandoned after 80 minutes due to adverse weather, with MYPA leading 1–0 on the night.
Golf
Senior majors:
Senior British Open in Carnoustie, Scotland
Leaderboard after first round: (1) Jay Don Blake (USA), Bernhard Langer (GER) and Carl Mason (ENG) 67 (−4)
Lacrosse
World Championship in Manchester, England:
Semifinals:
Canada 15–6 Australia
United States 20–5 Japan
Open water swimming
World Championships in Lac Saint-Jean, Quebec, Canada:
Men's 25K: Alex Meyer (USA) Valerio Cleri (ITA) Petar Stoychev (BUL)
Women's 25K: Linsy Heister (NED) Margarita Minguez Cabezas (ESP) Celia Barrot (FRA)
Volleyball
FIVB World League Final Round in Córdoba, Argentina: (teams in bold advance to the semifinals)
Pool E: Serbia 2–3 Brazil
Standings: Brazil 4 points (2 matches), Serbia, Argentina 1 (1)
Pool F: Russia 3–2 Cuba
Standings: Russia 4 points (2 matches), Cuba, Italy 1 (1)
Women's Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico:
Classification 5/8:
Barbados 2–3 Guatemala
Nicaragua 0–3 Mexico
Semifinals:
Dominican Republic 3–0 Trinidad and Tobago
Puerto Rico 3–0 Costa Rica
July 21, 2010 (Wednesday)
Athletics
World Junior Championships in Moncton, Canada:
Men:
100m: Dexter Lee (JAM) 10.21 Charles Silmon (USA) 10.23 Jimmy Vicaut (FRA) 10.28
Long jump: Luvo Manyonga (RSA) 7.99 m Eusebio Cáceres (ESP) 7.90 m Taylor Stewart (CAN) 7.63 m
Shot put: Jacko Gill (NZL) 20.76 m Božidar Antunovic (SRB) 20.20 m Yongheng Ding (CHN) 20.14 m
Decathlon: Kevin Mayer (FRA) 7928 points Ilya Shkurenev (RUS) 7830 Marcus Nilsson (SWE) 7751
Women:
100m: Jodie Williams (GBR) 11.40 Takeia Pinckney (USA) 11.49 Jamile Samuel (NED) 11.56
5000m: Genzebe Dibaba (ETH) 15:08.06 Mercy Cherono (KEN) 15:09.19 Alice Aprot Nawowuna (KEN) 15:17.39
10 km walk: Elena Lashmanova (RUS) 44:11.90 Anna Lukyanova (RUS) 44:17.98 Kumiko Okada (JPN) 45:56.15
Javelin throw: Sanni Utriainen (FIN) 56.69 m Līna Mūze (LAT) 56.64 m Tazmin Brits (RSA) 54.55 m
Baseball
Men's Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico:
Pool A:
U.S. Virgin Islands 0–1 Panama
Venezuela 2–3 Puerto Rico
Pool B:
Dominican Republic 10–1 Nicaragua
Netherlands Antilles 0–0 (suspended) Mexico
Basketball
FIBA Under-17 World Championship for Women in France: (teams in bold advance to the quarterfinals)
Group A in Rodez:
Russia 51–64 Turkey
United States 133–71 Japan
Canada 60–81 France
Final standings: USA 10 points, France 8, Russia, Japan, Turkey 7, Canada 6.
Group B in Toulouse:
Australia 61–67 Belgium
Mali 49–75 Argentina
China 77–58 Spain
Final standings: Belgium, China 9 points, Australia 8, Spain, Argentina 7, Mali 5.
FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship for Women in Latvia: (teams in bold advance to the quarterfinals)
Group E:
Russia 76–59 France
Netherlands 60–71 Latvia
Ukraine 67–50 Poland
Final standings: Russia, Latvia 9 points, France 8, Ukraine 7, Poland, Netherlands 6.
Group F:
Serbia 89–72 Belarus
Lithuania 72–54 Italy
Turkey 57–80 Spain
Final standings: Spain 10 points, Lithuania, Turkey, Serbia 8, Belarus 6, Italy 5.
Group G:
Bulgaria 52–72 Sweden
Germany 50–70 Romania
Standings (after 3 games): Romania 6 points, Germany 5, Sweden 4, Bulgaria 3.
Cricket
Australia vs Pakistan in England:
2nd Test in Leeds, day 1:
Australia 88 (33.1 overs); Pakistan 148/3 (39 overs). Pakistan lead by 60 runs with 7 wickets remaining in the 1st innings.
India in Sri Lanka:
1st Test in Galle, day 4:
Sri Lanka 520/8d (124 overs); India 276 (65 overs; Virender Sehwag 109, Muttiah Muralitharan 5-63) and 181/5 (f/o; 59.3 overs). India trail by 63 runs with 5 wickets remaining.
Darts
PDC Major:
World Matchplay, day 5:
Second round: (ENG unless stated otherwise)
Wayne Jones def. Ronnie Baxter 13–9
Co Stompé (NED) def. Mark Webster (WAL) 13–9
James Wade def. Vincent van der Voort (NED) 13–10
Raymond van Barneveld (NED) def. Alan Tabern 13–5
Fencing
European Championships in Leipzig, Germany:
Men's Foil Team:
Final: Italy def. Russia 45–33
Great Britain
Women's Épée Team:
Final: Poland def. Italy 35–30
France
Football (soccer)
FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Germany: (teams in bold advance to the quarterfinals)
Group C:
Japan 3–1 England
Nigeria 1–1 Mexico
Final standings: Mexico, Nigeria 5 points, Japan 4, England 1.
Group D:
South Korea 0–1 United States
Ghana 2–0 Switzerland
Final standings: United States 7 points, Korea Republic 6, Ghana 4, Switzerland 0.
UEFA European Under-19 Championship in France: (teams in bold advance to the semi-finals)
Group A:
France 5–0 Austria
Netherlands 1–0 England
Standings (after 2 matches): France 6 points, Netherlands, England 3, Austria 0.
Group B:
Spain 2–1 Portugal
Croatia 0–0 Italy
Standings (after 2 matches): Spain 6 points, Portugal 3, Croatia, Italy 1.
UEFA Champions League Second qualifying round, second leg: (first leg score in parentheses)
Olimpi Rustavi 1–1 (0–2) Aktobe. Aktobe win 3–1 on aggregate.
Pyunik 0–1 (1–3) Partizan. Partizan win 4–1 on aggregate.
Jeunesse Esch 0–0 (0–1) AIK. AIK win 1–0 on aggregate.
HJK Helsinki 2–0 (a.e.t.) (0–1) Ekranas. HJK Helsinki win 2–1 on aggregate.
Žilina 3–0 (0–1) Birkirkara. Žilina win 3–1 on aggregate.
Sparta Prague 2–0 (3–0) Liepājas Metalurgs. Sparta Prague win 5–0 on aggregate.
Debrecen 3–2 (1–1) Levadia. Debrecen win 4–3 on aggregate.
Lech Poznań 0–1 (a.e.t.) (1–0) Inter Baku. 1–1 on aggregate; Lech Poznań win 9–8 on penalties.
Željezničar 0–1 (0–5) Hapoel Tel Aviv. Hapoel Tel Aviv win 6–0 on aggregate.
Rosenborg 2–0 (0–0) Linfield. Rosenborg win 2–0 on aggregate.
FH 0–1 (1–5) BATE. BATE win 6–1 on aggregate.
Volleyball
FIVB World League Final Round in Córdoba, Argentina:
Pool E: Brazil 3–2 Argentina
Pool F: Italy 2–3 Russia
Women's Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico:
Quarterfinals:
Costa Rica 3–0 Guatemala
Mexico 1–3 Trinidad and Tobago
July 20, 2010 (Tuesday)
Athletics
World Junior Championships in Moncton, Canada:
Men:
10,000m: Dennis Chepkongin Masai (KEN) 27:53.89 Gebretsadik Abraha (ETH) 28:03.45 Paul Kipchumba Lonyangata (KEN) 29:11.75
Women:
Shot put: Geisa Arcanjo (BRA) 17.02 m Qianqian Meng (CHN) 16.94 m Shuang Cui (CHN) 16.13 m
Baseball
Men's Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico:
Pool A:
Guatemala 0–9 Puerto Rico
Panama 0–0 (suspended) Venezuela
Major League Baseball news:
Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella announces his retirement, effective at the end of the 2010 season. (ESPN)
Basketball
FIBA Under-17 World Championship for Women in France: (teams in bold advance to the quarterfinals, teams in strike are eliminated)
Group A in Rodez:
Canada 61–78 Russia
Turkey 55–84 United States
France 70–67 Japan
Standings (after 4 games): USA 8 points, Japan, Russia, France 6, Canada, Turkey 5.
Group B in Toulouse:
Belgium 90–80 China
Mali 39–88 Australia
Argentina 38–68 Spain
Standings (after 4 games): Belgium, China, Australia 7 points, Spain 6, Argentina 5, Mali 4.
FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship for Women in Latvia: (teams in bold advance to the quarterfinals, teams in strike are eliminated)
Group E:
Ukraine 86–73 Netherlands
France 67–70 Latvia
Poland 62–75 Russia
Standings (after 4 games): Latvia, France, Russia 7 points, Ukraine, Netherlands, Poland 5.
Group F:
Spain 80–68 Lithuania
Belarus 61–60 Italy
Serbia 75–71 Turkey
Standings (after 4 games): Spain 8 points, Turkey 7, Lithuania, Serbia 6, Belarus 5, Italy 4.
Group G:
Germany 70–58 Bulgaria
Romania 67–50 Sweden
Standings (after 2 games): Romania, Germany 4 points, Bulgaria, Sweden 2.
Cricket
India in Sri Lanka:
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Bangladesh vs Netherlands in Scotland:
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Cycling
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Tour de France:
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Darts
PDC Major:
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First round: (ENG unless stated otherwise)
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Mark Walsh def. Mark Dudbridge 12–10
Phil Taylor def. Barrie Bates (WAL) 10–6
Steve Beaton def. Paul Nicholson (AUS) 10–3
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Germany
Women's Foil Team:
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FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Germany: (teams in bold advance to the semifinals)
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Costa Rica 0–3 Colombia
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Group B:
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North Korea 2–3 Sweden
Final standings: Sweden 7 points, Korea DPR 6, Brazil 4, New Zealand 0.
UEFA Champions League Second qualifying round, second leg: (first leg score in parentheses)
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HB Tórshavn 1–0 (0–5) Red Bull Salzburg. Red Bull Salzburg win 5–1 on aggregate.
Dinamo Tirana 1–0 (1–3) FC Sheriff. FC Sheriff win 3–2 on aggregate.
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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by eternity_strato » Mon Jul 04, 2011 11:00 pm

visions

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by Beast_Pete » Thu Jul 07, 2011 9:28 pm

Destiny is the best song ever composed in history. Choice is obvious.
"Mikor az utolsó véred is elfolyék,
S a tested is a porba hullék,
Akkor is van még remény,
Mert a lelked továbbra is él."

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from the book, Nick's legend

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by mayhem-for-all » Sat Jul 09, 2011 8:37 am

Beast_Pete wrote:Destiny is the best song ever composed in history. Choice is obvious.
+10

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by Kosmo » Sat Jul 23, 2011 3:06 am

Visions. you fuckers.

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by Saffron » Sat Jul 23, 2011 9:26 am

Visions, no doubt!

"Let them hear my voice in every corner of the world"!!
We don’t necessarily discriminate.
We simply exclude certain types of people.

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by eternity_strato » Sat Jul 23, 2011 11:40 am

You wanna have some... visions?

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by Ilsekena » Sat Jul 23, 2011 11:45 am

We had enough of them already. THANXX

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by Terpenteeno » Sat Jul 23, 2011 3:53 pm

HIV or cancer. Same shit!
Rock your little brain.

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by Saffron » Sat Jul 23, 2011 8:05 pm

Terpenteeno wrote:HIV or cancer. Same shit!
I'd go for the first one. At least you have fun the moment you get it.
We don’t necessarily discriminate.
We simply exclude certain types of people.

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by eternity_strato » Sat Jul 23, 2011 8:45 pm

Hey!

Did I say...

VISIOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONS

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by eternity_strato » Wed Jul 27, 2011 2:52 pm

elysium

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by HinatAArcticA » Wed Jul 27, 2011 6:07 pm

eternity_strato wrote:elysium
+1
No need to feel so afraid, colors last a lifetime and fade to gray...
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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by Elysium » Mon Aug 01, 2011 4:25 am

eternity_strato wrote:elysium
Yes, Elysium rules! :twisted:

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by Ilsekena » Mon Aug 01, 2011 12:22 pm

Elysium wrote:
eternity_strato wrote:elysium
Yes, Elysium rules! :twisted:
You are so NARCISSISTIC!!

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Re: Visions OR Destiny (songs)

Post by Arnold Layne » Fri Aug 26, 2011 6:14 am

Ilsekena wrote:
Elysium wrote:
eternity_strato wrote:elysium
Yes, Elysium rules! :twisted:
You are so NARCISSISTIC!!
JAJA!

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