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B. 2017-06-10 French Open: Jelena Ostapenko beats Halep to win first Grand Slam Roland Garros, Paris
C. 2016-01-03 2 Lithuanian climbers killed in French Alps avalanche Argentiere, Southern France
D. 2014-07-25 Tour de France: Navardauskas makes history for Lithuania Bergerac, Southern France
2006-05-21 Swedes complete ice hockey double Riga, Latvia
5. 2006-02-17 Veerpalu gold in historic ski race Italy
6. 2006-02-16 Smigun clinches second gold medal Torino, Turin
H. 2003-11-15 Verpakovskis stuns Turkey Latvia
I. 2002-09-19 Celtic hits 8 against Suduva in UEFA cup Scotland

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2 Lithuanian climbers killed in French Alps avalanche Map of Argentiere France
  French Open: Jelena Ostapenko beats Halep to win first Grand Slam Map of Roland Garros France


year 2017 Top ^

Jun.10
  Paris: Unseeded Jelena Ostapenko fought back to stun third seed Simona Halep and become Latvia's first Grand Slam champion at the French Open


year 2016 Top ^

Jan.3
  Southern France: The two climbers were killed in an avalanche Sunday in the Argentiere sector of the Mont Blanc range



year 2014 Top ^

Jul.25
  Southern France: Ramunas Navardauskas becoming the first Lithuanian to win a stage of cycling's most prestigious race


year 2006 Top ^

May.21   Swedes complete ice hockey double
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  Latvia: Olympic champions blanked titleholders Czech Republic 4-0 in the world championship final in Riga
Feb.17   Veerpalu gold in historic ski race   Italy: Andrus Veerpalu successfully defended his Olympic 15-kilometer classical title, giving Estonia a third gold Feb.16 Smigun clinches second gold medal Map of Torino Italy
  Turin: Estonian became the first athlete to win 2 gold medals at the Torino Winter Olympics


year 2003 Top ^

Dec.9 Latvian climbers die on NZ peak
Map of Mount Cook New Zealand   New Zealand: The bodies of 4 climbers have been found dead near to the summit of Mount Cook Nov.15   Verpakovskis stuns Turkey  Latvia: Solo goal earned Latvia a shock 1-0 win over World Cup semifinalists in the first leg of their Euro 2004 playoff

year 2002 Top ^

Sep.19   Celtic hits 8 against Suduva in UEFA cup
  Scotland: Henrik Larsson-inspired Celtic whipped Lithuanian side FK Suduva 8-1 in the first leg of their UEFA Cup Jul.11     Kirsipuu takes stage victory   France: Estonian won his third Tour de France stage to turn a round a disappointing season



    
    

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