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All I do is ride a bike but CBE is 'huge honour' says Laura Kenny

Four-time Olympic champion Laura Kenny said it was a "huge honour" to be made a CBE alongside her husband Jason during a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.

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Wild card Maria Sharapova set for Stuttgart return after doping ban

All eyes will be on Maria Sharapova as she returns to the WTA Tour on the day she is eligible to compete again following a 15-month doping suspension.

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Ilie Nastase in danger of expulsion from Laureus Academy after Fed Cup antics

Ilie Nastase's recent behaviour could result in the Romanian losing his membership of the prestigious Laureus Academy.

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Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill hopes for doping-free London World Championships

Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill remains hopeful London's World Championships will not be tarnished by doping but warned any problems will not disappear overnight.

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Lennox Lewis tells Anthony Joshua he should fight in Las Vegas

Lennox Lewis has told Anthony Joshua to rediscover his ambition to fight in Las Vegas after he insisted it had no longer become necessary for a fighter to prove himself there.

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Defending champion Mark Selby in control of Crucible quarter-final with Marco Fu

Reigning champion Mark Selby moved closer to a place in the semi-finals after storming to a dominant 6-2 lead over Marco Fu at the Betfred World Championship in Sheffield.

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Adam Peaty heads 29-strong British Swimming team for World Championships

British Swimming has announced a 29-strong team for this summer's World Championships in Budapest.

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Ex UK Athletics boss frustrated by British athletes' Beijing Olympic medal delay

Former UK Athletics performance director Dave Collins is frustrated Great Britain's track and field athletes were denied the recognition they deserved at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.

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Dani King could swap England for Wales at 2018 Commonwealth Games

Olympic gold medallist Dani King is contemplating competing for Wales at next year's Commonwealth Games.

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Klitschko's mind games won't work, says relaxed Joshua

Anthony Joshua has told Wladimir Klitschko his mind games are transparent, although the Briton is wary of facing a wounded animal at Wembley.

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Serena Williams hits out at Ilie Nastase after weekend of controversy

Serena Williams has launched a stinging attack on Ilie Nastase, accusing the Romanian of racially abusing her and her unborn baby and hurling sexist abuse at her fellow female tennis players.

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Maria Sharapova's first opponent since doping ban questions Russian's wild card

Maria Sharapova's first opponent following her 15-month doping ban has queried why the Russian has been granted wild cards to compete in WTA events.

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Kelly Sotherton set for bronze medal upgrade

Britain's Kelly Sotherton is set to be upgraded to her third Olympic bronze medal.

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Jason and Laura Kenny in GB squad for Tokyo but funding cut hits programme

Jason and Laura Kenny have been named in Great Britain's cycling squad for the build-up to the Tokyo Olympics but a £4million cut in funding has seen the squad fall from 110 riders to 87.

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London Marathon star Josh Griffiths shocked at World Championships qualification

Surprise London Marathon star Josh Griffiths has revealed his shock at qualifying for the World Championships.

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Romanian media react to Ilie Nastase's Fed Cup antics

Romanian media outlets have reacted with varying degrees of outrage to Ilie Nastase's Fed Cup antics - not all directed at the man himself.

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Mark Selby moves closer to quarter-finals in Sheffield

Defending champion Mark Selby needs three frames on Monday to book his place in the quarter-finals of the Betfred World Championship.

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Controversial Fed Cup tie leaves bad blood between Great Britain and Romania

Great Britain's Fed Cup play-off against Romania ended with the hosts victorious but bad blood between the teams after a turbulent weekend.

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Mary Keitany savours 'amazing' London Marathon victory in record-breaking time

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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Ilie Nastase handed provisional suspension by ITF over Fed Cup controversy

Ilie Nastase has been handed a provisional suspension from the Fed Cup by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) - but that did not stop him brazenly walking back into Tenis Club IDU in Constanta on Sunday.

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