bout of sickness

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AIMNFIRE overcame a bout of sickness after his first-round win to maintain his unbeaten record at the track with victory in the opening semi-final of the Carlsberg Classic over 450m at Poole on Tuesday.
The United States beat Canada in the men's fencing team sabre final while Argentina's Ricardo Bustamante overcame a bout of sickness to help his team capture the bronze.
Thurston was also fighting a bout of sickness that swept through the team.
Mirallas has been one of the players involved in all four of the festive fixtures, starting three of them, despite a bout of sickness against Sunderland.
1 James Keatings bagged a double to floor Dumbarton - then admitted he had to cut his afternoon short after suffering a half-time bout of sickness.
WHEN a bout of sickness meant I failed to get my trip on The Journal's travel pages by the end of January, I thought I'd have to sit on it until winter 2013.
Tommy Smith should return after missing the win at Wolves with a bout of sickness.
The Duchess of Cambridge, who was discharged from hospital on Thursday, is said to have since suffered another bout of sickness.
Farmer, who is recovering from a bout of sickness, hopes to be well enough to have talks with the player and Boro with a view to keeping the youngster for the remainder of the year.
I had a really bad bout of sickness and went into hospital last Friday morning.
LAID LOW: Tees Valley Mohawks' James Burton suffered with a bout of sickness last weekend
Earlier in the afternoon James Ward had to overcome debilitating leg cramps and a bout of sickness before recording a 6-4 6-4 4-6 6-4 victory over Attila Balazs Ward said: "That was the first time I've ever cramped on court.