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The McDonnell family could have two world boxing champions by Sunday morning with Gavin McDonnell aiming to match twin brother Jamie with victory over Rey Vargas

Gavin McDonnell eager to emulate world champion sibling at ‘the very top’ | Kevin Mitchell

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Alastair Cook was the latest high-profile visitor to England Rugby's training camp after Antonio Conte and Alan Pardew watched on earlier in the week

Alastair Cook’s England visit before Italy game begs cricket score gags

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F1 returns with new owners and a new outlook, but the dominance of Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport is likely to continue

Mercedes’ latest era of F1 domination shows no sign of crumbling | Richard Williams

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89% of PGA Tour golfers would accept invitation to play a round with Donald J. Trump

Top US golfers say they'd jump at the chance to play with Trump

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“We know we’re the underdog, we know the system has to change, we know we need to invest but we also know there’s a massive history. We don’t have the money of other countries but we have to make sure we nourish what is there. I want to come back on holiday in 10-15 years, have a beer with Sergio Parisse and feel we’ve contributed something together.”

Italy’s Conor O’Shea: ‘We’re going into our Colosseum this weekend’

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"Something like this probably won’t happen again in our lifetime. I’m very attuned to it, I watch a lot of news. You can’t avoid it. I had no interest in politics until a couple of years ago; now I can’t seem to get away from it. The whole circus, this big show is intriguing to watch" – Rory McIlroy on Donald J. Trump

The Big Interview: Rory McIlroy on Trump, Tiger and the Masters

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Not many Australian cricketers have won an Ashes series in England and a World Twenty20. Jess Cameron has done both – and she is now testing herself in the AFL Women's league

Jess Cameron: the Ashes winner who became an Aussie Rules footballer

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John Barclay, a flanker with the Scarlets and a colleague of the Wales forwards Rob Evans, Ken Owens and Jake Ball, takes over as Scotland’s captain from Greig Laidlaw for this weekend's match at Murrayfield.

Six Nations: Scotland’s John Barclay banks on his local knowledge of Wales

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Johnny Sexton is expected to start for Ireland against France on Saturday

Johnny Sexton to start for Ireland in Six Nations clash with France

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Amir Khan and Manny Pacquiao are in talks over a potential fight this summer

Manny Pacquiao confirms talks with Amir Khan

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What would Lutalo Muhammad do differently if he could go back in time to the last second of the Olympic taekwondo final in Rio? “Duck,” he says. Instead he kept his head high and suffered the ultimate sporting sliding-doors moment as his opponent, Cheick Sallah Cissé, landed a flying reverse kick. In an instant Muhammad went from two points up to 8-6 down and the gold medal he had been...
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Lutalo Muhammad: 'Missing out on gold hurt me to my core. I'll never get over it'

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Australia and India both finished on 744 runs after four exhausting days, making this the second tied Test in cricket history – and it remains the most recent

How Australia and India produced the second tied Test in cricket history

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Jonathan Joseph has been left out of the England Rugby squad to face Italy on Sunday

Six Nations: England omit Jonathan Joseph from squad to face Italy

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Golf is fumbling around for the appropriate way to develop a relationship with a market that could undermine sporting integrity

Golf struggles to find an appropriate relationship with betting

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Nascar's Danica Patrick: “If there was someone that told me, or I hope any other driver … if you have another wreck, you could have a serious problem, then they would [choose to] be out. I would be out because I love what I do, but I love lots of other things and I also love life. I’m too young to have it be over”

Nascar's Danica Patrick: I've probably had 12 concussions in my career

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Tony Bellew has already said he will take a swipe at David Haye if he comes within distance of the south Londoner during Monday’s pre-fight press conference

David Haye and Tony Bellew sell tickets but promoter Hearn calls for calm

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"There is no point dragging out this process like strudel dough"

Paris and Los Angeles tussle for 2024 Olympics after Budapest’s withdrawal

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One of the things Pie-gate makes you wonder is just when betting companies decided they were funny. The answer is probably something to do with Paddy Power, which in 2002 claimed the keenly disputed title of “most complained-about advert of the year” by publishing a billboard encouraging people to bet on two elderly people crossing the road featuring the tagline: “Let’s make things...
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Pie-gate leaves nasty smell – and it’s football’s links with betting industry | Paul MacInnes

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