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Romania seize lead over Great Britain in turbulent Fed Cup tie

Great Britain's turbulent Fed Cup trip to Romania was poised to end in defeat after Simona Halep comprehensively beat Johanna Konta to give the hosts a 2-1 lead in Constanta.

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Mary Keitany breaks women-only world record for London Marathon victory

Kenya's Mary Keitany set a new world record to win the women's London Marathon as Daniel Wanjiru took victory in the men's race.

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Pam Shriver claims Ilie Nastase made inappropriate comments to her as a player

Pam Shriver has revealed that Romania Fed Cup captain Ilie Nastase made inappropriate comments to her when she was a teenager on the WTA Tour.

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Harry Kane: Tottenham want to win Premier League for Ugo Ehiogu

Harry Kane insists Tottenham will try to win the Premier League for Ugo Ehiogu after they were beaten by Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-final.

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Cesc Fabregas: FA Cup win over Spurs gives us no Premier League advantage

Cesc Fabregas has downplayed the potential impact of Chelsea's FA Cup semi-final win over Tottenham on the Premier League title race.

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Pep Guardiola expects clubs to be monitoring Alexis Sanchez's contract situation

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola expects a number of clubs to be monitoring Alexis Sanchez's contract situation at Arsenal.

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Arsene Wenger wants his British stars to take control of Arsenal's future

Arsene Wenger has called on his British stars to take charge of Arsenal's future.

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Warren Gatland expects Lions players to stick to curfew

Warren Gatland expects that his British and Irish Lions players will observe a self-imposed 1am curfew in New Zealand but will allow them to continue drinking in the hotel bar upon their return.

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Heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua happy to forge a career in Britain

The rude health of the British boxing scene has convinced heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua he does not have to go Stateside to increase his global profile.

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Bernd Wiesberger edges Tommy Fleetwood in play-off to win Shenzhen International

Bernd Wiesberger was crowned the Shenzhen International champion after beating Tommy Fleetwood in a dramatic play-off at Genzon Golf Club.

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Ronnie O'Sullivan nonplussed by thought of sixth World Championship crown

Ronnie O'Sullivan insisted he was "really not that bothered" about winning the Betfred World Championship for a sixth time after he reached the quarter-finals on Saturday with a 13-7 victory over Shaun Murphy.

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Ben Proud powers to World Championships qualification with British record

Ben Proud secured a spot at the Budapest World Championships as he broke his own 50 metres freestyle British record in Sheffield on Saturday.

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Conte bemoans quick turnaround as Chelsea beat Tottenham to reach FA Cup final

Antonio Conte's pride at starting a crucial week by reaching the FA Cup final was tempered by frustration at Chelsea having to return to action a day before title rivals - and defeated semi-finalists - Tottenham.

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Ilie Nastase thrown out of GB Fed Cup tie after foul-mouthed rant

Romania captain Ilie Nastase was thrown out of Great Britain's Fed Cup tie in Constanta after an extraordinary meltdown that saw him hurl foul-mouthed abuse at the British team and journalists.

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Billy Burns stars as Gloucester clinch European Challenge Cup final place

Billy Burns scored all of Gloucester's points as they claimed their place in the European Challenge Cup final with a tense 16-14 victory at La Rochelle.

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Johanna Konta battles on to draw Great Britain level in Fed Cup tie with Romania

Johanna Konta impressively held herself together to draw Great Britain level in their Fed Cup tie with Romania.

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Downie adds to Euro medals haul with vault silver and uneven bars bronze

Ellie Downie completed a clean sweep of European Championship medals as she added apparatus silver and bronze to her historic all-around title in Cluj on Saturday.

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Cyclist Michele Scarponi dies aged 37

Italian cyclist Michele Scarponi has died at the age of 37 after being hit by a van while training.

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Evergreen Pavey focused on World Championship qualification

Five-time Olympian Jo Pavey admits she has a fight on her hands to qualify for the World Championships as she prepares for her first marathon in six years.

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New chair Dame Katherine Grainger looks forward to building on UK Sport success

Dame Katherine Grainger is looking forward to building on the success of UK Sport after the five-time Olympic medallist was named as the new chair.

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