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Changes pay big dividends.

Golf: Michael Campbell flew to America today pounds 1m richer ( thanks in part to a heart-to-heart talk with his wife Julie earlier this year.

Brighton-based Campbell beat Ireland's Paul McGinley in the final of the HSBC World Match Play Championship at Wentworth.

"I missed five cuts in a row at the start of the year but didn't push the panic button," said the 36-year-old.

"I worked on different aspects of my life, not just golf. That's the bottom line. My wife and I found things deep down that weren't good."

No Indian rift

CRICKET: The BCCI have denied that there has been trouble in the India camp on their tour of Zimbabwe. Reports claimed there was a rift between captain Sourav Ganguly and Aussie coach Greg Chappell but the Indian Board deny matters have reached a crisis point.

Tribute to Park

MOTOR SPORT: Michael Park's former boss Malcolm Wilson mourned the loss of "the ultimate professional" after the co-driver was killed on Wales Rally GB yesterday.

Park, who spent three years with Wilson's Ford team, died following an accident on stage 15 of the British event after the car he shared with Estonian driver Markko Martin hit a tree.
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Date:Sep 19, 2005
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