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Daily Sports Roundup

Below follow the main events in the Russian sports world in the last 24 hours at 2 p.m. GMT June 22

* The International Olympic Committee named Russian resort city of Sochi as one of the three candidates to host the 2014 Winter Olympics

* The administration of Siberia's Omsk Region said the construction of the most up-to-date and spacious sports complex in the world, Arena-Avangard, had started in the region and would be completed by September 1, 2007

* The Russian Football Union held the draw for the last 32 of the 2006-2007 Russian Soccer Cup. Starting from July 2 each team in the last 32 will play one home and one away game. The results of the draw are as follows (hosting teams listed first):

1. Zenit-2 (St. Petersburg) - Rubin (Kazan)

2. Khimki (Khimki) - Rostov (Rostov-on-Don)

3. Fakel (Voronezh) - Torpedo (Moscow)

4. Dinamo (Bryansk) - Shinnik (Yaroslavl)

5. CSKA (Moscow) - Mordovia (Saransk)

6. Krylya Sovetov (Samara) - Kuban (Krasnodar)

7. Terek (Grozny) - Moskva (Moscow)

8. Amkar (Perm) - Angusht (Nazran)

9. Lokomotiv (Moscow) - Anzhi (Makhachkala)

10. Dinamo (Makhachkala) - Luch-Energia (Vladivostok)

11. Spartak (Nizhny Novgorod) - Dinamo (Moscow)

12. Dinamo (Kirov) - Tom (Tomsk)

13. Ural (Sverdlovsk Region) - Spartak (Moscow)

14. Spartak (Nalchik) - Sibir (Novosibirsk)

15. Chita (Chita) - Zenit (St. Petersburg)

16. Saturn (Moscow Region) - Metallurg (Krasnoyarsk)

* At the $175,000 WTA Ordina Open tennis tournament in Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands:

- Russia's Yelena Dementyeva (1) advanced to the semi-finals after defeating Ana Ivanovic (5) from Serbia and Montenegro 7-6, 6-4

- Russia's Dinara Safina (2) advanced to the semi-finals after defeating Brenda Schultz-McCarty from the Netherlands 6-3, 6-4

* Russia's Vasilisa Bardina qualified for the 2006 Wimbledon Grand Slam series tennis tournament, which runs June 26 to July 9

* Russia's Yelena Likhovtseva lost in the quarter-finals of the $600,000 Hastings Direct International Championships tennis tournament in Eastbourne, U.K. to Justine Henin-Hardenne (3) from Belgium 2-6, 4-6

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