• Sport Sports Weekly
    A huge question in sports this week: have Messi and Ronaldo finally been dethroned? Find out more right here. Along with all things football, we build up the anticipation for the third Fury vs Wilder fight. Also, Emma Raducanu looks for a coach to take her forward, and we go over the most entertaining rugby […]
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  • Sport Sports Weekly
    Sports are the gifts that keep on giving, and this week, in particular, was one full of drama, tears, pain and triumph. From Manchester United’s capitulation to Australian Rugby’s jubilation. Lewis Hamilton crashing and Emma Raducanu rising like never before. There is a lot to talk about here. So let’s get started. Football Manchester United […]
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  • Sport Sports Weekly
    All things, good and bad, must come to an end. Let’s look at the major stories from the culmination of some huge sagas in sport. These include the final rounds of the Olympics, the dramatic clash between South Africa and the Lions as well as the most documented transfer in football history. Olympics The curtain […]
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  • Sport Sports Weekly
    With Team GB winning well at the Olympics, the Lions Tour, and the football transfer window reaching boiling point, we take a look at the past weeks hottest headlines. Olympics Dina Asher-Smith had to unfortunately pull out from her 200m event after a hamstring tear worry. The British record holder held an emotional interview with […]
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  • Sport Sports Weekly
    The Olympics are well underway, with surprises left, right and centre. Here we’ll have a look at the most prominent stories as well as what’s happening outside in the world of sport. Olympics The USA leads the medal charge with 30 so far but China’s twelve gold medals mean they take the glory in the […]
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  • Sport Injuries mar Lions’ opening victory
    The British and Irish Lions got off to a great start to their tour with an effective 28-10 victory over an enthusiastic Japan. A clinical first-half saw tries from Josh Adams, Duhan Van Der Merwe and Robbie Henshaw push the Lions into a comprehensive lead, with Tadhg Beirne adding an extra later. Japan came out […]
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  • Sport Lions vs Springboks: Ten Players to Watch
    The South Africa rugby squad set to take on the British and Irish Lions has finally been announced. Unlike the Lions Squad which was chock-full of surprises, the Springboks retain much of the same spine of players that won the Rugby World Cup in 2019. With this being their first bout of international action since […]
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