@We are approaching the 40th anniversary of the tragic death of American distance running icon, Steve Prefontaine,... http
@So we've arrived in Moscow, looking forward to competing tomorrow - follow the results live here
@We are approaching the 40th anniversary of American distance running icon, Steve Prefontaine's, death tomorrow.... http
ISSF World Cup Rifle / Pistol - Munich, GER - Finals 25m Pistol Women - Zhang Jingjing wins 25m Pistol Women final, collecting C
The Chinese athlete bested herself after winning the Bronze medal in Fort Benning two weeks ago. Thailand and Russia also celebrated after securing the two Olympic quota places available.
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In dismissing Martin Guptill on the first day against New Zealand, Jimmy Anderson joined prestigious company in the all-time Test wicket-takers There are no intruders in the 400 club. It may be mildly surprising that Harbhajan Singh is there and the absence of so many great West Indians of the 80s is a bit odd – they tended to share the wickets around in a spirit of cooperation. But it is hard to deny that anyone on that list is anything other than a true titan of the game, especially if he bowls fast. Related: Jimmy Anderson reaches milestone of 400 Test wickets at Headingley Continue reading...
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@That is it for the heats at the @ERChamps - stay tuned for the repechages starting this afternoon at 15
• Italian moves into second place ahead of Mikel Landa • Contador’s lead now less than five minutes with two stages to go Italian Fabio Aru attacked in the final climb to win the 19th stage of the Giro d’Italia to reclaim second spot overall form his Astana team mate Mikel Landa on Friday. Aru, one of the pre-race favourites, slumped to third overall after cracking in a gruelling mountain stage on Tuesday, leaving Spaniard Landa to move up behind dominant leader Alberto Contador (Tinkoff-Saxo). Continue reading...
The fittest and fastest will come out on top as the Triathlon Series returns to London on Sunday according to Alistair Brownlee, who takes on brother Jonathan for the first time this season in familiar surroundings.
Both brothers have enjoyed impressive starts to the season with Jonathan taking advantage of Alistair’s early season absence.
The 25-year-old started the season with fifth in Abu Dhabi but soon hit his stride as he claimed victory in Auckland and the Gold Coast.
@And now we have the M8+ charging down. In H1 it was the GER over the POL. But now in H2 RUS takes the lead @ERChamps
@Switzerland's Gmelin takes the win in H1 of W1x and she cries out with happiness at the end of that race @ERChamps
@In H2 of the W8+ it is the Romanians back on top. They will take the one place direct to the A-final @ERChamps
@Finished my final exams, so celebrating with a little trip to Russia for the Moscow Sabre Grand Prix with @BPleasant92 and @itz_aliya @GoGB
@The first eights of the day are on the course. RUS take the lead ahead of GBR - great to see them out front. Directly to A-final @ERChamps
@Home crowds are very pleased to see POL M4x directly to the A-final. This might be one of the closest finals of the weekend? @ERChamps
@Incredible racing in the M4x- this is going to be quite a final. POL takes the lead over GBR &GER to take the one spot to A-final @ERChamps
@How nice are the sabre masks
@wow, it was only the top crew going to the final in the M4x. RUS grabbed that spot, but everyone racing hard behind them. @ERChamps