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Pablo Carreño Busta sends Novak Djokovic home from Tokyo without a medal

Novak Djokovic will leave the Tokyo Olympics without a medal after falling in the men’s bronze medal match 6-4, 6-7(6), 6-3 to Pablo Carreño Busta of Spain, capping a painful

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Team GB: Women’s hockey team ease into quarter-finals with Ireland win

A point is what Great Britain needed and three points is what they got. This was job done for the defending women’s Olympic champions, who only needed a draw to

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Lewis Hamilton takes Hungarian F1 GP pole as Mercedes best Verstappen

Lewis Hamilton executed with sublime precision to take pole for the Hungarian Grand Prix but the Mercedes driver received a blunt and boorish reception by some fans for his efforts.

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‘Losing helps you grow’: US men recover to make basketball quarter-finals

The US lost their first two exhibition games of the summer in Las Vegas, dropped their opening game at these Olympics and had a difficult time shaking free of the

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Deceuninck-Quick-Step manager makes light of domestic abuse in Bennett jibe

The Deceuninck-Quick-Step general manager, Patrick Lefevere, has likened Sam Bennett to “women who return home after domestic abuse” as the Irish sprinter prepares to leave the Belgian team for his

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Wonderful Tonight takes easy Lillie Langtry win but needs Arc jockey

Seven days on from an abortive trip to Ascot, Wonderful Tonight extended her winning streak to four with a comfortable success in the Group Two Lillie Langtry Stakes. David Menuisier’s

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Great Jamaicans start to shift their sport out of Flo-Jo’s shadow

Minutes before the start of the women’s 100m final, the most keenly anticipated race at these Games, the lights fell and that familiar hush settled over the stadium. A helicopter

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