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  • Where Are They Now?
  • 'I wish I was ten years younger'
  • Dec 1, 2011: We look back at the career of Iwan Thomas, an Olympic, world, European and Commonwealth medal winning 400m runner

  • Where Are They Now?
  • Sharron Davies: Seeing the silver lining
  • Jul 28, 2011: We take a look back at the career of former Olympic silver medallist Sharron Davies, who was just 13 when she was selected for the British team at the Montreal Olympics

  • Where Are They Now?
  • Jo Durie: From the clay to the commentary box
  • Jan 20, 2011: As the first major of the year begins to hot up, we take a look back at the career of Jo Durie - the last British woman to reach a grand slam semi-final

  • Where Are They Now?
  • Keith Houchen: The man born for the FA Cup
  • Nov 4, 2010: Introducing Keith Houchen, a York City and Coventry legend, a man whose name is synonymous with the FA Cup, and a striker who started every football match with the intention of giving his marker an absolute nightmare.

  • Where Are They Now?
  • The men who have toppled Woods
  • Aug 4, 2010: ESPN.co.uk never wants to stand accused of making sensational statements, but this could be the weekend that Tiger Woods' vice-like grip on the world No. 1 spot will be released.

  • Where Are They Now?
  • The ten talents of Dean Macey
  • Jul 29, 2010: As Britain's athletes take on the best Europe has to offer in Barcelona this week, we take a look back at the career of the man know as the Dean Machine

  • Where Are They Now?
  • The man who introduced Murray to Wimbledon
  • Jul 1, 2010: As Andy Murray sealed his place in the Wimbledon semi-finals for the second consecutive year, the man who saw him make his Wimbledon debut and guided him into the world's top 50, was playing in an exhibition doubles match

  • Where Are They Now?
  • Gustavo Kuerten: A true artisan of Paris
  • Jun 3, 2010: Gustavo Kuerten, or "Guga" as he became affectionately known, was a true artist on a tennis court, where the racket acted as his paintbrush.

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  • Chris Wilkinson: Memories of SW19
  • Feb 25, 2010: In 1993, three years before Tim Henman burst onto the Wimbledon scene, Chris Wilkinson captured the attention of the British public when he took on former world No.1 and six-time Grand Slam champion Stefan Edberg in the third round.

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