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Hamilton wins dramatic British Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton won a dramatic British Grand Prix, overcoming a poor start, rain showers and an attack from his team-mate Nico Rosberg to secure victory on home soil.

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Domenech tells Lloris to reject Man United

Raymond Domenech has told Hugo Lloris to leave Tottenham for a bigger club -- but suggested a transfer to Manchester United would be a sideways move.

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Man United wait on Di Maria injury news

Manchester United are waiting to see how long their record signing Angel Di Maria will be sidelined for after he was injured in the Copa America final

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Nasri denies Arsenal talk

Samir Nasri has strongly rejected a report claiming he asked to return to Arsenal, insisting he wants to stay at Manchester City.

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Ennis-Hill still undecided on Beijing

Jessica Ennis-Hill revealed she would make a late call on whether to compete at the World Championships in Beijing in August.

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Powell storms to 100m victory in Paris

Asafa Powell blew away the field to take victory over 100 metres in the IAAF Diamond League meeting at the Stade de France on Saturday night.

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Gloucester open to games in United States

Chief executive Stephen Vaughan admits that it would profitable for Irish to exploit the prestige of playing in a US market.

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Highlanders return as heroes

As many as 10,000 fans turned up at the airport to welcome the newly-crowned Super Rugby champions home to New Zealand.

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Japan-U.S.: What's at stake tonight
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  • A win would give the U.S. three Women's World Cup titles, the most by any nation.
    • Japan can become the second country to repeat in WWC history.

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