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Breakdancing at the Olympics: a winning move or a mockery?
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Breakdancing at the Olympics: a winning move or a mockery?

Winter cycling gear: the essential items
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Winter cycling gear: the essential items

Maradona: ‘I did not cheat - it was cunning, craftiness’
Diego Maradona
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Maradona: ‘I did not cheat - it was cunning, craftiness’

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Rugby lawsuits: impact could be astronomical for authorities
Steve Thompson in action for England against France
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Rugby lawsuits: impact could be astronomical for authorities

RPA says training protocols ‘need addressing very quickly��� over head injuries
10 Dec 2020
Sport shorts: F1 targets season start in Austria on 5 July
The Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix is held at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg
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Sport shorts: F1 targets season start in Austria on 5 July

Ten things from the world of sport on Monday 27 April
27 Apr 2020
Sport shorts: Liverpool-Atletico tie to be investigated
Alvaro Morata scored for Atletico in their 3-2 win over Liverpool at Anfield on 11 March
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Sport shorts: Liverpool-Atletico tie to be investigated

Ten things from the world of sport on Friday 24 April
24 Apr 2020
British sport faces bankruptcy the longer the lockdown lasts
The gates are locked at stadiums all across the United Kingdom
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British sport faces bankruptcy the longer the lockdown lasts

Loss of gate revenue threatens to devastate clubs and organisations
24 Apr 2020
Sport shorts: Bundesliga ready to return on 9 May
England winger Jadon Sancho in action for Borussia Dortmund against Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga
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Sport shorts: Bundesliga ready to return on 9 May

Ten things from the world of sport on Thursday 23 April
23 Apr 2020
Back pages: Phil Neville to leave Lionesses next summer
Phil Neville led England to the semi-finals of the Fifa Women’s World Cup in 2019
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Back pages: Phil Neville to leave Lionesses next summer

A round-up of the sport headlines from UK newspapers on 23 April
23 Apr 2020
Sport shorts: Juve remain keen on England captain Kane
England captain Harry Kane won the 2018 Fifa World Cup golden boot
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Sport shorts: Juve remain keen on England captain Kane

Ten things from the world of sport on Monday 20 April
20 Apr 2020

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2020 sports event calendar and TV guide
Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia is the host course for The Masters
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2020 sports event calendar and TV guide

Golf’s Masters Tournament is rescheduled but the Olympics and Euro 2020 are postponed for a year
20 Apr 2020
Sport shorts: Leeds legend Hunter dies of coronavirus
Norman Hunter made 726 appearances in 14 years at Leeds United
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Sport shorts: Leeds legend Hunter dies of coronavirus

Ten things from the world of sport on Friday 17 April
17 Apr 2020
Sport shorts: Captain Tom tipped to rival Wicks for SPOTY
Captain Tom Moore, 99, has raised millions of pounds for the NHS
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Sport shorts: Captain Tom tipped to rival Wicks for SPOTY

Ten things from the world of sport on Thursday 16 April
16 Apr 2020
Back pages: Premier League to get ‘ultimatum’ from clubs
Premier League logo
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Back pages: Premier League to get ‘ultimatum’ from clubs

A round-up of the sport headlines from UK newspapers on 16 April
16 Apr 2020
Sport shorts: Newcastle takeover talks, Le Tour, Tokyo 2020
Newcastle United Football Club play in the English Premier League
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Sport shorts: Newcastle takeover talks, Le Tour, Tokyo 2020

Ten things from the world of sport on Tuesday 14 April
14 Apr 2020
Sport shorts: Coutinho, F1 2020, Southampton and more
Barcelona signed Brazil star Philippe Coutinho from Liverpool in January 2018
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Sport shorts: Coutinho, F1 2020, Southampton and more

Ten things from the world of sport on Thursday 9 April
9 Apr 2020
Sport shorts: Wisden honours cricket stars Stokes and Perry
England’s Ben Stokes celebrates his epic performance against Australia in the 2019 Headingley Ashes Test
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Sport shorts: Wisden honours cricket stars Stokes and Perry

Ten things from the world of sport on Wednesday 8 April
8 Apr 2020
Premier League clubs to consult players over 30% pay cut
Premier League
In Brief

Premier League clubs to consult players over 30% pay cut

Sport shorts: ten things from the world of sport on Friday 3 April
3 Apr 2020
Back pages: Lineker calls for patience over EPL pay debate
Gary Lineker poses with the Premier League trophy
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Back pages: Lineker calls for patience over EPL pay debate

A round-up of the sport headlines from UK newspapers on 3 April
3 Apr 2020
Sport shorts: Jones extends deal and Barca want Neymar back
England rugby union head coach Eddie Jones
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Sport shorts: Jones extends deal and Barca want Neymar back

Ten things from the world of sport on Thursday 2 April
2 Apr 2020
Back pages: Non-league football clubs threaten legal action
The 2019-20 non-league football season in England has been cancelled
Daily Briefing

Back pages: Non-league football clubs threaten legal action

A round-up of the sport headlines from UK newspapers on 27 March
27 Mar 2020
Classic sport to watch on TV and YouTube this weekend
Michael Thomas scored a dramatic late goal as Arsenal won the title in 1989
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Classic sport to watch on TV and YouTube this weekend

With no live action on the schedule it’s time to delve into the archives
27 Mar 2020
Sport shorts: Fury vs. Wilder III may be held in October
Tyson Fury knocked down Deontay Wilder in the third round of their WBC title rematch
Daily Briefing

Sport shorts: Fury vs. Wilder III may be held in October

Ten things from the world of sport on Thursday 26 March
26 Mar 2020
Sport shorts: Arsenal support community in Covid-19 crisis
Arsenal play their home matches at the Emirates Stadium
Daily Briefing

Sport shorts: Arsenal support community in Covid-19 crisis

Ten things from the world of sport on Tuesday 24 March
24 Mar 2020
Back pages: footballers ‘revolt’ against games with no fans
Valencia’s Uefa Champions League clash against Atalanta on 10 March was played behind closed doors at the Estadio Mestalla
Daily Briefing

Back pages: footballers ‘revolt’ against games with no fans

A round-up of the sport headlines from UK newspapers on 24 March
24 Mar 2020
Sport shorts: F1 launch virtual grand prix series
The Bahrain International Circuit as featured on the F1 2019 PC video game
Daily Briefing

Sport shorts: F1 launch virtual grand prix series

Ten things from the world of sport on Friday 20 March
20 Mar 2020
Sport industry faces wage cuts, bailouts and financial ruin
The gates are locked at stadiums all across the United Kingdom
In Depth

Sport industry faces wage cuts, bailouts and financial ruin

Football and rugby clubs among those fearing for their future
20 Mar 2020
Sport shorts: Premier League Hall of Fame ceremony cancelled
Premier League Hall of Fame
Daily Briefing

Sport shorts: Premier League Hall of Fame ceremony cancelled

Ten things from the world of sport on Monday 16 March
16 Mar 2020
Back pages: Tyson Fury faces fresh probe over farmer’s claim
WBC and lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury celebrates his win over Deontay Wilder
Daily Briefing

Back pages: Tyson Fury faces fresh probe over farmer’s claim

A round-up of the sport headlines from UK newspapers on 16 March
16 Mar 2020
Coronavirus stops sport: what is cancelled or postponed?
Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia is the host course for The Masters
In Depth

Coronavirus stops sport: what is cancelled or postponed?

The Masters golf major, London Marathon, F1 races and Premier League football are affected
13 Mar 2020
Sport shorts: Joe Marler gets ten-week ban for testicle grab
England and Harlequins prop Joe Marler
Daily Briefing

Sport shorts: Joe Marler gets ten-week ban for testicle grab

Ten things from the world of sport on Friday 13 March
13 Mar 2020
Sport shorts: Wales and Scotland name Six Nations squads
Wales rugby union captain Alun Wyn Jones
Daily Briefing

Sport shorts: Wales and Scotland name Six Nations squads

Ten things from the world of sport on Thursday 12 March
12 Mar 2020
Sports shorts: coronavirus latest, Cheltenham gets underway
Racegoers at the 2019 Cheltenham festival
Daily Briefing

Sports shorts: coronavirus latest, Cheltenham gets underway

Ten things from the world of sport on Tuesday 10 March
10 Mar 2020
Coronavirus: suspending sport could bankrupt teams
Football fans in facemasks at Turf Moor, home of Burnley
In Brief

Coronavirus: suspending sport could bankrupt teams

Authorities call for calm as broadcasters urged to consider showing football free-to-air
10 Mar 2020
Back pages: calls for coronavirus calm as Cheltenham begins
The Daily Telegraph's message to sports fans
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Back pages: calls for coronavirus calm as Cheltenham begins

A round-up of the sport headlines from UK newspapers on 10 March
10 Mar 2020
Sports shorts: Indian Wells cancelled, Premier League fears
The BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells has been cancelled due to fears over the coronavirus
Daily Briefing

Sports shorts: Indian Wells cancelled, Premier League fears

Ten things from the world of sport on Monday 9 March
9 Mar 2020
Back pages: Joy for red hot Man United, Scotland stun France
Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer celebrates after beating City
In Brief

Back pages: Joy for red hot Man United, Scotland stun France

A round-up of the sport headlines from UK newspapers on 9 March
9 Mar 2020
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