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Progress pleases Garner
It has been a year of progress for Lucy Garner. The road cyclist is in just her second season as a rider and after a difficult first campaign has really found her feet in 2014.
Watson: Bradley my Poulter
Captain Tom Watson is hoping Keegan Bradley will be ‘America’s Ian Poulter’ in their Ryder Cup showdown with Europe this month.
Ben Arfa ready for challenge
Hatem Ben Arfa is relishing a new challenge after joining Hull City on a season-long loan from Newcastle United.
Enrique relishing Reds battle
Jose Enrique is glad to be back playing for Liverpool and is relishing the competition of trying to get into the team.
Atletico Madrid will find it very hard to repeat last year’s title charge, Marcelino told Revista de La Liga.
Diskin announces retirement
Bradford captain Matt Diskin has announced he will retire at the end of the season after playing top-level Rugby League for 14 years.
No Alonso opt-out clause
Marco Mattiacci, the Ferrari Team Principal, has denied that Fernando Alonso’s contract with the Scuderia for next season contains a performance-related opt-out clause.
Cleverley wants England recall
Tom Cleverley is hoping his loan move to Aston Villa will boost his prospects of reclaiming his place in the England squad.
Torres: Costa signing crucial
Fernando Torres admits he knew his time at Chelsea was up when they signed Diego Costa, and he is excited about his new challenge at AC Milan.
Mauresmo: Pressure on Novak
Amelie Mauresmo says all the pressure will be on Novak Djokovic in Wednesday night’s highly-anticipated showdown with Andy Murray at the US Open.
Broad to bounce back
The seemingly never-ending schedule for an England cricketer can be unforgiving. So too can a cricket ball. Stuart Broad has felt the pain of both in recent times.
Rojo reveals Veron advice
Marcos Rojo has revealed he spoke a lot with fellow Argentinian, Juan Sebastian Veron, before completing a 'dream' move to Manchester United.
Hesson extends NZ tenure
Coach Mike Hesson has extended his stay with New Zealand by signing a new two-year contract.
Wednesday at the US Open
Andy Murray believes his grand slam final victories over Novak Djokovic will help him heading into Wednesday's quarter-final showdown at the US Open.
Hodgson fears for young talent
England boss Roy Hodgson is concerned Premier League clubs are too scared to take a gamble on young home-produced players.
Lauitiiti signs Wakefield deal
Wakefield veteran Ali Lauitiiti has extended his career by signing a new two-year deal with the Wildcats.
MLB: Red Sox rout Yankees
A four-run third inning helped the Boston Red Sox condemn fierce rivals the New York Yankees to a 9-4 defeat.
Van Gaal not feeling pressure
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal insists he has no regrets about taking the job at Old Trafford this summer.
Matfield back for Boks
Veteran lock Victor Matfield has been recalled to the South Africa side for Saturday's Rugby Championship clash with Australia in Perth.
Wozniacki thrashes Errani
Caroline Wozniacki reached her first grand slam semi-final since the 2011 US Open with a comprehensive rout of Sara Errani at Flushing Meadows.
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