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DOHA, Qatar—Canadas Phylicia George upset veterans Priscilla Lopes-Schliep
and Perdita Felicien to win a bronze medal in the womens 100-metre hurdles at
the season-opening Diamond League meet Friday. Shaun Cody Jersey . The 24-year-old from
Markham, Ont., raced to a time of 12.79 seconds. Former world champion Brigitte
Foster-Hylton of Jamaica won in 12.60, while American Kellie Wells was second in
12.72. Felicien, from Pickering, Ont., was fifth in 12.95 in a result that was
determined by a photo finish, while Lopes-Schliep, the Olympic bronze medallist
from Whitby, Ont., was sixth in the same time. The womens hurdles promises to be
the highlight of the Canadian Olympic trials next month in Calgary, with several
top hurdlers gunning for the three spots available on the team for London.
Lopes-Schliep is rebounding from having a baby seven months ago while Felicien
is hoping to get back to the Games after missing the 2008 Olympics in Beijing
with a foot injury. Justin Gatlin nipped Jamaicas Asafa Powell at the line to
win the mens 100-metre race in 9.87. Powell got off to the faster start but
Gatlin pulled even and then managed to get his head in front as they crossed the
line. Gatlin tied Powells world record in Doha six years ago only to see the
result erased when he was caught doping a few weeks later. Gatlin had tested
positive for excessive levels of testosterone, which led to a four-year ban.
Gatlin and Powell are both gearing up for the London Olympics. Olympic champion
Usain Bolt skipped the meet, as did American Tyson Gay, who is recovering from
injury. “This is fastest I ever opened up my career,” said Gatlin as he
dedicated the win to his son Jace, who turned two Friday. “I just showed I have
a lot of grit and a lot of competition in these old legs. “I want to come back
and show the world I can run to the line with the best of them.” Powell, who has
lost to Gatlin seven times in 10 meetings, said he wouldnt let it happen the
next time. “I cannot complain about my time—9.88 is a good time,” he said. “I
am still feeling the jet lag so I cannot say I was 100 per cent ready … I will
surely go for gold at the Olympics.” American Allyson Felix, who is considering
running the 200 and 400 metres at the London Games, showed she is starting the
season in shape. She won the 100 with a meet record of 10.92, edging her
Jamaican rival and reigning world 200-metre champion Veronica Campbell-Brown by
.02 seconds. Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce was third, a further .06
back. “I know my speed was coming on and I was just focused on putting it
together technically so it was pretty cool to come in here and win,” said Felix,
who has won more races than any athlete in Doha. Campbell-Brown, who had beaten
Felix in all five of their previous 100 races, said she “could improve” and
would “keep working until the Olympics.” Quintin Demps Jersey . The 18-year-old
forward is expected to make his second straight start Saturday when the
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. Ortiz has been on the disabled list since June 3 with a partially torn tendon
sheath in his left wrist, which he sustained on May 31 against Baltimore when he
fouled off a pitch. Brice McCain Jersey . From a deep bunker in
front of the seventh green, he holed the sand shot for a birdie, and suddenly
the game felt easy. Very easy. That was the start of an amazing finish for
Kaymer, who ran off nine birdies over the last 12 holes to blow past
Fredrik Jacobson and a host of stars on his way to a 9-under 63 and a three-shot
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opening round of the World Cup last month and took the lead from defending World
Cup champion Julie Bresset of France in the third lap of the five-lap race with
an attack on one of the climbs. TURNBERRY —Bernhard Langer shot a 6-under 64
to take a one-stroke lead over Mark McNulty after the first round of the Senior
British Open on Thursday. Langer, the German star who won the 2010 tournament at
Carnoustie, had six birdies on Turnberrys Alisa Course. “I was very pleased with
the way I played,” Langer said. “Played smart. Hit some good drives, good iron
shots and sank a few putts. Maybe left a couple of putts out there as well.”
Tom Lehman, Michael Allen, David Frost, Jay Don Blake, Dick Mast and Chien Soon
Lu shot 66. Calgary native Rick Gibson is tied for 33rd at 70, Rob Spittle of
St. Catharines, Ont., and Victorias Jim Rutledge are tied for 66th at 72, while
Philip Jones of Surrey, B.C., is tied for 85th at 73. Allen has two victories
this year on the Champions Tour. “I played beautiful on the front nine, made a
few mistakes in the middle then had a great finish,” said Allen, who eagled the
par-5 17th and birdied the 18th. “Out here in a short-sleeved shirt in Scotland
playing this wonderful course is as good as it gets. Glover Quin Jersey. .” Tom Watson opened with
a 69. He lost a playoff to Stewart Cink in the 2009 British Open at Turnberry,
and won the 1977 British Open and 2003 Senior British Open at the course. The
62-year-old American, a five-time British Open winner and three-time Senior
British Open champion, made the cut last week in the British Open. “The course
is there for the taking on such a beautiful day and Bernhard did that. Hes that
good of a player and hes in good form,” Watson said. “He and his caddie, Terry
(Holt), really work out how the course should be played. Thats why hes so
successful.” Englands Roger Chapman had a 72. The won Senior PGA and U.S. Senior
Open winner is trying to tie Jack Nicklaus record of three senior major
victories in a season. Nicklaus accomplished the feat in 1991, winning The
Tradition, Senior PGA and U.S. Senior Open. Greg Norman, Fred Couples and
Mark Calcavecchia also shot 72. ’ ’ ’ 

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