Federer wins eighth Wimbledon title

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Recent Zajel stories from CCMS students in AD

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Here are a few recently published stories from CCMS students in Abu Dhabi: More

Al Hosani working in AD golf tournament media relations

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Sarah Al Hosani

Zayed University CCMS student Sarah Al Hosani is working in media relations this week at the HSBC Abu Dhabi Golf Championship.

Sarah worked in the media centre at the Westin Hotel at the Abu Dhabi Golf Club on Tuesday. Among her duties was working the microphones during Tiger Woods’ press conference.

Woods, who has 14 major championships, is playing in his first event of the 2012 season. He and current U.S. Open champion Rory McIlroy played a practice round after the press conference.

The American golfer, who won Chevron World Challenge at the end of the 2011 season, answered a wide spectrum of questions from the assembled members of the sports media, including questions about books written by his former caddy and swing coach. In response to a question about the England-vs.-Pakistan Test match that starts Wednesday at nearby Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Woods said he liked watching the sport, but preferred baseball. More

Free press, free speech website

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Please visit the following website early and often for your daily free-expression quote of the day: More

A little nitpicking

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Today, I was happy to see the Fulham-Manchester City match previewed in The National. More

Sport360 has attractive points, needs to reconsider coverage emphasis

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All right. Here are my first impressions of the sports tabloid produced in Abud Dhabi, Sport360.

It looks good, and I like tabloids. They are pretty flexible for reason on the go or at the breakfast table. More

Where are the interviews in Duke coverage?

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OK. I am going to be really hard on the sports writers. Ask my former students at Iowa State University. They know the deal. It is because sports writing is my natural home, where I spent more than a decade of my life. More