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Paula Radcliffe: Someone to be proud of

In temperatures of 100 degrees Fahrenheit and with only four miles to go, British runner Paula Radcliffe stopped during an Olympic race and broke the nation's heart…

Can Viduka make his mark at Middlesbrough?

There have been more than a few fresh starts in the career of striker Mark Viduka, but the latest represents a chance to avenge the critics and prove his worth.

No sex please, we're the FA

England boss, Sven-Goran Eriksson may escape with nothing more than a slap on the wrist from Football Association chiefs, but is that best for the beautiful game?

England: Maybe it's not the ref's fault after all

As England’s exit from the European Championship at the hands of hosts Portugal became an all too depressing reality, one man took virtually all the blame.

England set to take back the Ashes

Twenty years of hurt will come to an end next summer when the England cricket team regain the Ashes, possibly…

Changing places: Football's quiet revolution

As excitement over Euro2004 reaches fever pitch, the tournament's past masters shouldn't be surprised lesser-known teams are suddenly getting serious…

Swede sorrow as Henrik bows out of Celtic

After seven successful years the hoops hero, Henrik Larsson, bids an emotional farewell to Celtic Park and his adoring fans.

Formula Woman is the new F1

The high-speed, high-budget and high-excitement world of Formula One has long been the domain of the boys, but now a new challenge beckons…

Euro 2004: Sven's finest hour?

The domestic season is drawing to a close and the shadow of Euro 2004 is once again looming large over the football landscape…

Crisis at Old Trafford

Alarm bells are ringing at Old Trafford as Manchester United struggle to maintain their former glory, says Ashley Knott.

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