Monthly Archives: June 2017

Who Will Be Britain’s Best? | British Team Trials

You don’t just magically appear at the World Athletics Championships, you need to earn your right to be there – and this weekend opportunity knocks for around 700 of Great Britain’s finest athletes.

Doubling up as the British Championships and trials for the big one in London later this summer, Adrian Clarke takes us through five of the events that catch his eye at Birmingham’s Alexander Stadium this weekend….
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Federer is the Pick of Wimbledon’s ‘Fab Four’

It’s been 15 remarkable years, an entire generation of tennis players, since one of Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal or Andy Murray HASN’T walked off Centre Court as the Men’s Singles Wimbledon champion.

What a world-class shutout it has been.

Put simply, nobody else has had a sniff at SW19, with this quartet of very special gladiators pushing one another to magical heights year on year.
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cycling

Tour de France 2017: a look ahead to the 104th race

The 104th Tour de France begins with a 14-kilometre time-trial in Dusseldorf on Saturday. The route winds its way through Belgium and Luxembourg, finishing at the Champs-Élysées in Paris, on 23 July. The race is made up of 21 stages, covering 3,540 kilometres (2,220 miles) and features five mountain stages; four fewer than last year.

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