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Sporting Chameleon end-of-year awards 2009

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WHEN December rolls around many newspapers, magazines, television shows, etc produce a list of who sank or swam in that year.

The Sporting Chameleon, far from producing any original content, will do the same. Read the rest of this entry »

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Off-track action dominates again in Abu Dhabi

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FORMULA 1’s global circus finally reaches its conclusion this weekend in Abu Dhabi.

Jenson Button arrives in the Middle East with the world title already tucked in his pocket and thus it would make sense if that was the sole focus going into the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

But this being F1 it is not. Read the rest of this entry »

Alonso’s action affects Button’s 2010 ambition

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LAST Wednesday Ferrari revealed Formula 1’s worst kept secret – Fernando Alonso will drive their cars from next season.

This news was as not surprising as a perfectly healthy person waking up in the morning. Read the rest of this entry »

Watson inspires Lineker back to the day job

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TOM WATSON will take a one-shot lead in the final round of the Open, after a day holding off the young pretenders around him.

It would be a fantastic fairytale to see the 59-year-old Watson win the Open – the equivalent of John McEnroe winning Wimbledon again or Alain Prost turning Jenson Button back into an also-ran.

And it certainly gave Gary Lineker something to think about as he presented the BBC’s television coverage. Read the rest of this entry »

Webber is a happy bunny

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MARK WEBBER won his first Grand Prix on Sunday in Germany.

His reaction after crossing the line touched and amused me in equal parts, so here it is. Read the rest of this entry »

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July 14, 2009 at 5:49 pm

The good, the bad and Sue Barker

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A LONG overdue list for The Sporting Chameleon.

Quite simply the ten best and worst things of Wimbledon 2009. Read the rest of this entry »

Sporting beard-off won by a whisker

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I WENT to the cinema on Saturday to watch the new comedy film The Hangover and took great pleasure in witnessing one of the greatest beards ever seen on the big screen.

It got me thinking though – what is the greatest sporting beard? Read the rest of this entry »