July 2006 in sports

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2006 developments by topic

Deaths in July[edit]

Deaths in July 2006

Sporting seasons[edit]

Days of the month[edit]

31 July 2006 (Monday)[edit]

30 July 2006 (Sunday)[edit]

29 July 2006 (Saturday)[edit]

28 July 2006 (Friday)[edit]

27 July 2006 (Thursday)[edit]

26 July 2006 (Wednesday)[edit]

25 July 2006 (Tuesday)[edit]

  • Football:
    • 2006–07 UEFA Champions League, Second Qualifying Round, first leg
    • 2006 Serie A scandal: On appeal, all four clubs convicted by a sports tribunal have their punishments reduced. (BBC)
      • Juventus: Relegation to Serie B stands. Points penalty for 2006–07 cut from 30 points to 17. They still lose their 2004–05 and 2005–06 Serie A titles, and are handed a three-match stadium ban. Juventus says that they will sue to stay in Serie A.
      • A.C. Milan: Points penalty for 2005–06 reduced from 44 to 30 points, and will now enter the third qualifying round of the Champions League. Points penalty for 2006–07 Serie A season cut from 15 to 8, and Milan receive a one-match stadium ban.
      • Fiorentina: Restored to Serie A, but with a 19-point deduction for 2006–07 instead of 11. They remain out of the Champions League, and receive a two-match stadium ban.
      • Lazio: Restored to Serie A, but with an 11-point deduction for 2006–07 instead of 7. They remain out of the UEFA Cup, and also receive a two-match stadium ban.
      • The final UEFA access list is confirmed. Inter Milan and Roma enter the group stage of the Champions League. Chievo will join A.C. Milan entering the Champions League at the third qualifying round. Palermo, Livorno and Parma enter the UEFA Cup, all pending UEFA approval at a meeting Thursday (27 July).

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20 July 2006 (Thursday)[edit]

  • Baseball: The grand jury investigating slugger Barry Bonds expired today after announcing that he would not be indicted at this time. The U.S. Attorney's office would neither confirm nor deny that a new grand jury will convene next week with the possibility of charging him with tax evasion and perjury later. (USAToday)
  • Cycling: 2006 Tour de France – Stage 17: Saint-Jean-de-MaurienneMorzine (mountain stage) (199.0 km)
    • American Floyd Landis (PHO) recovers from a devastating Stage 16 finish to win Stage 17 in 5:23:36, 5:42 ahead of Carlos Sastre (CSC). With his first stage victory of the race, Landis is now in third overall, just 33 seconds behind Óscar Pereiro (CEI), who retained the maillot jaune with an overall time of 80:08:49. Sastre is still second overall (+0:12).
  • Football: Under-19 European Championship, First Round
    •  Poland 4 – 1  Belgium The Hosts bounce back from their 1–0 loss to Austria and a hattrick from Dawid Janczyk sets them on the road to a 4–1 victory.
    •  Austria 1 – 3  Czech Republic The Czechs also win after losing their first match. With one match to go in Group A, all teams are equal on points.
    •  Turkey 4 – 4  Portugal A last minute equaliser gives Turkey their first point of the tournament.
    •  Spain 4 – 0  Scotland Spain qualifies already as they also win their second match. Scotland is not out of it yet as they are just one point behind Portugal who are in second.
  • Rink Hockey: 2006 Rink Hockey European Championship, Monza, Italy. Quarter-finals:
    • FranceFrance 3–4 SwitzerlandSwitzerland
    • SpainSpain 10–0 GermanyGermany
    • ItalyItaly 11–1 AndorraAndorra
    • PortugalPortugal 24–0 AustriaAustria

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2 July 2006 (Sunday)[edit]

1 July 2006 (Saturday)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://sport.independent.co.uk/cricket/article1153626.ece
  2. ^ http://www.cbc.ca/sports/story/2006/07/31/al-balding-golf.html?ref=rss
  3. ^ http://sports.yahoo.com/sow/news;_ylt=AgbZILxEeR6DJnQlZ1ylwFg5nYcB?slug=ap-brazil-parreira&prov=ap&type=lgns