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Wout van Aert takes control of Tour of Britain with thrilling sprint victory

The duel between Wout van Aert and Julian Alaphilippe at the Tour of Britain has gone decisively the way of the Belgian in the first half of the race but,

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De Grasse backs Thompson-Herah to break 100m world record in Zurich final

The double Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah has the talent, the track, and the conditions to finally break Florence Griffith Joyner’s 100m world record at the Diamond League final in Zurich,

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Stephanie Gilmore poised to pass Layne Beachley and become women’s surfing ‘GOAT’ at Lower Trestles

When Layne Beachley secured her seventh and last world title at Honolua Bay back in 2006, she knew the benchmark she had just set would not stand forever. But Beachley

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Adjustments needed as Wallabies face up to physicality of South Africa

It is undisputed that the Wallabies will face an entirely different challenge to the one posed during the Bledisloe Cup when they play world champions South Africa on the Gold

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Michael Schumacher’s wife provides update on former F1 world champion

Michael Schumacher’s wife Corinna has revealed the former seven-times world F1 champion is still battling to recover from brain injury caused by a skiing accident but remains “here but different”,

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Emma Raducanu marches into US Open semis with easy win over Bencic

For all that Emma Raducanu has achieved and how far she has come over only a few fleeting weeks as a full-time professional, one of the opportunities she was still

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Emma Raducanu overcomes early nerves to extend fairytale of New York

Less than 10 minutes after Emma Raducanu emerged from the tunnel into Arthur Ashe Stadium for the biggest match of her life against the highest-calibre opponent she had ever faced,

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