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03/07 NTT INDYCAR Series - Mid-Ohio: Scott McLaughlin wins the Honda Indy 100 in Mid-Ohio, with Alex Palou in second and Will Power in third. Sweden's Marcus Ericsson leads the driver standings on 321 
03/07 FIA World Touring Car Cup - WTCR Race of Portugal: Santiago Urrutia headed Yann Ehrlacher to win race 1, while Rob Huff claims a sensational first victory in race 2 / Mikel Azcona leads the overall standings on 153 points


FINA World Championships - Budapest: Diving: Women 3m Synchronised Yiwen Chen and Yani Chang (CHN) / Men 10m Platform - Jian Yang (CHN) / Water Polo - Spain's men beat Italy to claim the gold medal, with Greece winning bronze
03/07 FIA Formula One World Championship - British Grand Prix: Ferrari's Carlos Sanz leads from the front to claim the win at Silverstone, with Red Bull Racing's Sergio Perez second and Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton completing the podium
03/07 FIM Sidecar Cross World Championship - Lange: In race one Estonia's Kert Varik and Finland's Lari Kunnas claim the top podium position, while in race 2 the same duo sensationally repeat the success. They also both lead the overall standings
03/07 FIS Grass Skiing World Cup - Predklasteri: Women 1. Karolina Rasovska (CZE) 2. Eliska Rejchrtova (CZE) 3. Nikola Fricova (SVK) / Men 1. Martin Bartak (CZE) 2. Filip Machu (CZE) 3. Elias Herrmann (GER) 
03/07 FIM Enduro World Championship - GP of Portugal - Coimbra: 1. Nathan Watson 2. Andrea Verona 3. Steve Holcombe 4. Brad Freeman 5. Marc Sans Soria 6. Krystof Kouble 7. Hugo Blanjoue 8. Mikael Persson 9. Samuele Bernardini 10. Thomas Oldrati
03/07 World Mountain Running Association World Cup - Portugal: Men 1. Germano Fiqueira (4:01) 2. Ricardo Rodrigues (4:08) 3. Alexandre Blasques (4:11) / Women 1. Sandra Ferreira (4:48) 2. Andreia Correia (4:56) 3. Patricia Ribeiro: (5:25)


DTM - Norisring: Race 1 - 1.Thomas Preining (AUT) 2. Dennis Olsen (NOR) 3. René Rast (GER) / Race 2 - 1. Felipe Fraga (BRA) 2. Mirko Bortolotti (ITA) 3. René Rast (GER) / Italy's Mirko Bortolotti leads the overall standings on 89 points
03/07 FIBA European Championship for Small Countries: Cyprus's women celebrate a historic maiden title beating Malta 77-67 in Nicosia / Armenia claim the men's final in Ta'Qali against hosts Malta
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