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The Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix gave McLaren an ideal opportunity to showcase its technology, proving its uses beyond racing.
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Six-time world champion Allyson Felix tipped Japanese Olympic hopeful Chisato Fukushima for future success at the Seiko Golden Grand Prix on Sunday.
“I think she has a very good start and as the season goes on, she’ll get quicker and quicker,” Felix said, after winning the women’s 100 meters in 11.22 seconds, 0.17 seconds ahead of the 23-year-old Fukushima who took third.
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World champion Sebastian Vettel took pole position for the first time this season in edging Lewis Hamilton at the Bahrain Grand Prix, where security remained tight on Saturday amid expectations of fresh antigovernment protests.
Vettel, whose best finish this year was second at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, clocked 1 minute, 32.422 seconds in his Red Bull. As he finished his final lap, Vettel yelled through the team radio “Yes, yes, we did it.”
Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg won the Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday for his first career Formula One victory after starting from pole position.
Rosberg won by a massive 20.6 seconds over McLaren’s Jenson Button after making just two pits stops and managing to hold off the rest of the field on worn tires.
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‘Joshi bakari ga naze tsuyoi?” (“Why is it that only women are strong?”) asks Aera (Mar. 26). The question may be a valid one, at least when limited to international sports events, where Japan’s women over the past several years have been outshining their male counterparts as they excel in soccer, women’s Greco-Roman wrestling, skiing and figure skating, among others.
Japanese women also shine brightly when representing their country in cultural competitions — such as 17-year-old Madoka Sugai’s first-place finish at the Prix de Laussane 2012 international ballet competition in early February.
Read this article: Are women really on the ascendancy as some media proclaim?
The Bahrain Grand Prix is to go ahead on 22 April as planned, the motorsport’s governing body the FIA says.
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Michael Phelps turned his showdown with Ryan Lochte into no contest Saturday.
Phelps finished the 200 IM in 1 minute, 56.32 seconds, nearly two seconds faster than this year’s previous world best and more than three seconds ahead of his biggest rival. Lochte finished third in 1:59.37 at the Indianapolis Grand Prix.
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