June 2005 in sports

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  • Tennis: Rain disrupted today's Women's Semi-Final at the Wimbledon Championships. Play didn't start until after 5pm when it should have begun at 1 pm. Despite the delay fans were treated with two superb matches. In a shockingly powerful performance Venus Williams (seeded 14th) beat the reigning champion Maria Sharapova in straight sets, 7–6 (7–2) 6–1. The win was highly unexpected but the match was considered some of the best Tennis from the ladies all season. In Court 1 Lindsay Davenport faced Amélie Mauresmo in an equally highly entertaining match. In the middle of the 3rd set it began to rain and so the match was left at 7–6 6–7 5–3 to Davenport. (BBC Sport)

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  • Basketball: The NBA and the NBA Players Association agree to a new collective bargaining agreement, averting a potential lockout. Among the terms of the agreement is an age limit, which will require all American players to be 19 or older on draft day. (ESPN.com)
  • Cricket: England (391–4, Paul Collingwood 112 not out and 6–31, Andrew Strauss 152) beat Bangladesh (223 all out) by 168 runs, as England set the second highest One-day International score ever, and Collingwood became the first to score a century and take a six-wicket-haul in the same match. BBC

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  • Golf:
    • LPGA: LPGA commissioner Ty Votaw announces that the women's tour will implement a playoff system in 2006 at the season-ending ADT Championship. The playoff system will consist of 30 players determined by a points system, and two wild cards. The winner of the tournament will win a $1 million prize. (USAToday.com)

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  • Auto racing: For the second time in a year-and-a-half, NASCAR Busch Series driver Shane Hmiel is suspended for violating NASCAR's substance abuse policy. In September 2003, Hmiel failed a drug test, and was barred indefinitely, with the punishing ultimately lasting five months. Hmeil has since hired a lawyer to combat this. (TheState.com)

1 June 2005[edit]

  • Football:
    • An independent commission charged by the English Premier League with investigating the alleged "tapping up" of Arsenal defender Ashley Cole by Chelsea issues its findings. Cole, Chelsea, and Chelsea manager José Mourinho are all found guilty. Cole is fined £100,000, Mourinho £200,000, and Chelsea £300,000. Chelsea also receive a suspended three-point deduction for 2005–06, which will be assessed if they commit another tapping-up offense in the 2005–06 season. (BBC)
  • Basketball: