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Pain, shame and automobiles: 7 days in sport - by MSN

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After Britain's sporting hopes were dealt a series of crushing blows over the past seven days. Hotlist Sport reveals five stars whose dreams of glory were shattered by devastating defeats. Lewis Hamilton - After an almost flawless debut year in Formula 1, McClaren prodigy Hamilton saved his biggest mistakes for the season's crucial final race in Brazil.

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A poor start and an overly-ambitious passing move saw him fall to 8th place. Engine trouble then dropped him down to 18th. His world title dream was over, the championship lost to Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen by a single point. Jason Robinson - Playing his final match before retiring from rugby, there was no fairytale finish for the England man universally known as Billy Whizz.

Robinson limped from the field after 51 minutes of the Rugby World Cup final with a hamstring injury and brought down the curtain on a glittering career. The precision kicking of Percy Montgomery and line out dominance of Victor Matfield ensured South Africa ended England's dreams of glory. Steve McClaren - England’s embattled boss was sunk by Russian sub Roman Pavluchenko on Moscow's now infamous plastic pitch.

Mac now seems doomed to become the first England manager since Graham Taylor to fail to qualify for a major tournament. Jose Mourinho and Martin O’Neill have already been touted as potential replacements. Alex McLeish - A home victory over Ukraine meant Scotland required 4 points from their final two games to reach Euro 2008. But an anaemic 2-0 defeat in Georgia left McLeish's men with a mountain to climb if they are to reach next year's finals in Austria and Switzerland. Didier Drogba - The perennially-disaffected striker set alarm bells ringing for Chelsea supporters after telling a French football magazine that “something is broken” at Stamford Bridge following Jose Mourinho’s exit and re-iterating his desire to leave the club.

Reasons to be cheerful Despite the crushing events of the past seven days, the remainder of 2007 offers many more opportunities for British sporting success at the highest levels of competition. Here's four we're especially looking forward to: Calzaghe vs Kessler - Welsh boxing star Joe Calzaghe faces Danish world champion Mikkel Kessler in an epic unification fight at the Millennium Stadium on November 3.

Both men are unbeaten and the bout promises to be Calzaghe's defining moment as he looks to complete his legacy after over 10 years as a world champion. Paula Radcliffe - Radcliffe will continue her build-up to the Beijing Olympics as she competes in the New York Marathon on November 4. She won the race in 2004 but has not ran a marathon in over two years. Her appearance in New York will be the acid test of whether she can return to the highest level of world athletics. Scotland vs Italy- Unlike England, the Tartan Army's Euro 2008 qualification is still in their own hands.

All they have to do is beat Italy at home on November 17. Scotland's determined progress in a group that contains 3 of the quarter finalists from the 2006 World Cup will count for nothing unless they can get a result against the world champions. What price another James McFadden wonder goal? Hatton vs Mayweather - Manchester's Ricky Hatton faces the biggest challenge of his career when he faces "Pretty Boy" Floyd Mayweather Jr in Las Vegas on December 8. It is a mouthwatering clash pitting Hatton's marauding aggression against Mayweather's silky skills and power punching. Both men are unbeaten and have won world titles at multiple weights. Something's got to give when they meet at the MGM Grand.

By Lee Harvey, MSN Search Editor

 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
   

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