Who would be in your list of 10? Football is the most beloved sport in England, and the figures for the World Cup semi-final prove it, with a record of more than 30 million people tuning in to see the three lions perform.
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Seven athletes were scheduled to compete for British Athletics today as qualifying action for this week's European Championships took place at the Olympiastadion in Berlin.
Track and field coach Michael Afilaka has seen the only British woman to win a European Championship 100m medal in the last 40 years battle with injury but he's taking stock from a positive 2018 THINGS HAVE been tough for Ashleigh Nelson following her European Championship 100m bronze medal win in 2014.
Hughes On Track For Victory at European Championships British sprinting sensation Zharnel Hughes is ready to go one better after finishing second behind Reece Prescod in the recent trials meet held on June 30. After an impressive semi-final victory in 10.25, Hughes is currently in London preparing for the European Championships, commencing on August 7.
Warholm in wonderland to claim national and meeting record at the Muller Anniversary Games National records and race victories for Karsten Warholm (NOR) and Abdallelah Haroun (QAT), a world record Tom Bosworth (GBR) and an impressive long jump victory for Shara Proctor (GBR) were among the highlights of action-packed first day of the Muller Anniversary Games inside the London Stadium.
F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton signs two-year deal to stay with Mercedes Mercedes has announced that four-time Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton has signed a new, two-year contract to remain with the team, putting an end to speculation about his future in the sport.
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Mujinga Kambundji had the biggest applause of the evening when she beat Shelly-Ann Freaser-Pryce Home favourtie Mujinga Kambundji ran 11.14 seconds at Galà dei Castelli International Meeting in Bellinzona, Switzerland to win the womens 100m.
Day Two springs up surprises after Team USA win maiden cup title All eyes were on team USA heading into the second evening of the first edition of the Athletics World Cup presented by Muller.
Britain fifth overall after wins by Holly Bleasdale and lorraine Ugen Athletics history was made as the first day of the inaugural Athletics World Cup presented by Muller kicked off a battle between 8 nations to take home a first of its kind platinum trophy that is believed to be the most valuable global sporting trophy ever made.
The Athletics World Cup is between the worlds top 8 nations Double Olympic sprint champion Elaine Thompson heads Jamaica's 40-member to this year's inaugural staging of Athletics World Cup, which will be in London from July 14 - 15.
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