Charlotte Dujardin said she was “absolutely over the moon” after adding the grand prix to her freestyle triumph in her first ever Dressage World Cup final in Lyon on Sunday.
A MAN accused of cheating during last weekend’s London Marathon insists he has “done nothing wrong” despite finishing the second part of the race faster than double Olympic champion Mo Farah.
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With James DeGale signing a new deal with Eddie Hearn and Anthony Ogogo fighting on the Mayweather undercard, British boxing is in great shape
With all the attention focused on Mo Farah and his attempts to win his first full marathon, the achievements of Steve Way went largely unnoticed on Sunday.
Olympic champion Luke Campbell has announced he is taking a break from boxing after his father was diagnosed with cancer.
Olympic gold medallist Luke Campbell has decided to temporarily put his professional career on hold following his father’s cancer diagnosis.
Amir Khan has boosted his chances of a lucrative showdown with Floyd Mayweather by joining up with the American superstar’s advisor Al Haymon.
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Britain’s foremost MMA star and UFC fighter Michael Bisping has nothing but disdain for his next opponent Tim Kennedy
The world’s most successful Olympian, Michael Phelps, is set to come out of retirement and compete at a domestic meeting in the United States next week.
Marathon world record holder Wilson Kipsang has warned Mo Farah it is impossible to balance running the marathon and competing on the track.
Wilson Kipsang says Mo Farah will have to give up either the marathon or his track career.
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Mo Farah has been told to stick to the track by Britain’s former king of distance running, Brendan Foster, after struggling on his debut at Sunday’s London Marathon.
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Two of Britain’s Olympic heroes, Tom Daley and Andy Murray, were back in London on Sunday to enjoy the marathon – and they posed for a selfie snap at the finish line.
The former long-distance runner said Farah should stick to the track after finishing 8th in his first London Marathon today
Mo Farah’s marathon debut proved a step too far as he trailed home in eighth place, outside the British record he had targeted, in London on Sunday.