September 2004 in sports

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Sue Bird, on offense

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  • Las Vegas, Nevada. It is de la Hoya's first career knockout loss.
  • Golf: After the second day's play in the 2004 Ryder Cup, Europe leads the United States 11–5. The U.S. took the morning's fourballs 2½ to 1½, and Europe won the afternoon's foursomes 3–1. Europe needs just three points from Sunday's twelve singles matches to retain the trophy. (BBC)
  • Cricket, ICC Champions Trophy: In pool D, England beat Sri Lanka by 49 runs on the Duckworth–Lewis method after rain caused the match to be abandoned before Sri Lanka's innings was complete. England now qualify for the semi-finals. The pool B match between South Africa and the West Indies is also interrupted by rain and will conclude tomorrow. (BBC)

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  • World Cup of Hockey: Finland eliminates the United States with a 2–1 semi-final win in St. Paul, Minnesota. Saku Koivu scores the winning goal with less than four minutes left to play in the third period. The Finns will travel to Toronto to play the winner of Saturday's match between Canada and the Czech Republic on September 14. (WCH website)

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September 5, 2004[edit]

  • World Cup of Hockey: In the final North American group match, Russia defeats Slovakia 5–2 in Toronto. The Russians finish 2–1 and will travel to St. Paul, Minnesota to play the United States in the quarter-finals. The Slovaks finish 0–3 and will remain in Toronto to face Canada in the other quarter-final match. (WCH website)

September 4, 2004[edit]

  • World Cup of Hockey: Canada finishes atop the North American pool standings with a 3–0 record after they defeat Russia 3–1 in Toronto. The Russians drop to 1–1. In the European pool, Sweden ties Finland 4–4 in Helsinki and both teams finish the group stage with a 2–0–1 record. The Finns earn top spot due to their superior goal difference and will host Germany in the quarter-finals, while the Swedes will host the Czech Republic. (WCH website) (WCH website)

September 3, 2004[edit]

  • World Cup of Hockey: In the North American pool, the United States defeats Slovakia 3–1 in St. Paul, Minnesota. The Americans finish the group stage with a 1–2 record, while the Slovaks drop to 0–2. In the European pool, the Czech Republic also earn their first win of the tournamentwith a 7–2 win over Germany in Prague. The Czechs finish round-robin play with a 1–2 record, while the Germans finish 0–3. (WCH website)(WCH website)

September 2, 2004[edit]

  • World Cup of Hockey: Russia wins its opening North American pool match against the United States by a 3–1 score in St. Paul, Minnesota, dropping the Americans to 0–2. Finland records a 3–0 win against Germany in a European group match in Cologne, improving the Finns to 2–0 and ensuring home-ice advantage for themselves and Sweden in the quarter-finals. The Germans drop to 0–2. (AP)(CP)

September 1, 2004[edit]

  • Horse racing: In early morning raids by 130 officers in three counties, British police arrest three jockeys including champion jockey Kieren Fallon, a trainer, and twelve other people as part of a long-running investigation into race-fixing. (BBC)
  • World Cup of Hockey: Canada defeats Slovakia 5–1 in a North American pool match in Montreal, improving the Canadians to 2–0 and dropping the Slovaks to 0–1. In the European group match in Stockholm, Sweden defeats the Czech Republic 4–3 and moves to 2–0, while the Czechs drop to 0–2. (AP)

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