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Cuba win gold again as distraught Briton refuses to wear silver

Cuba win gold again as distraught Briton refuses to wear silver

Cuba’s Arlen Lopez won his second Olympic gold medal yesterday as he taught Ben Whittaker a boxing lesson in Tokyo — the disconsolate Briton refusing to wear his silver medal and putting it instead in his pocket.

Heat takes toll at women’s golf

Heat takes toll at women’s golf

World number one Nelly Korda carded a 67 to be just a shot off the lead yesterday during a first round played in searing temperatures at the women’s Olympic golf tournament which caused US star Lexi Thompson’s caddie to pull out with heatstroke.

Concacaf chief praises Qatar’s Gold Cup debut

Concacaf chief praises Qatar’s Gold Cup debut

Qatar Football Association (QFA) President HE Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa bin Ahmed al-Thani met Concacaf chief Victor Montagliani during the final of Gold Cup, which United States won on Sunday after a 1-0 win over Mexico at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Younousse-Tijan juggernaut rolls on

Younousse-Tijan juggernaut rolls on

Qatar’s Cherif Younousse and Ahmed Tijan stunned Italy’s Paolo Nicolai and Daniele Lupo to storm into the beach volleyball semi-finals of the Tokyo Olympics on Wednesday.

The bar is my opponent, says Barshim

The bar is my opponent, says Barshim

Mutaz Essa Barshim has been on top of his game for more than just a few years. He has come the closest to breaking the world record of 2.45m, is the only high jumper to successfully defend the world title, and has won athlete of the year honours. And now he has the only medal that was missing from h

McLaughlin storms to gold and world record

McLaughlin storms to gold and world record

United States’ Sydney McLaughlin obliterated her own world record to win Olympic gold in the women’s 400m hurdles yesterday.

De Grasse ‘shocks the world’ as US sprinting drought continues

De Grasse ‘shocks the world’ as US sprinting drought continues

Andre de Grasse said he had “shocked the world” after storming to victory in the Olympic 200 metres final yesterday as the United States’ 17-year sprinting gold medal drought continued.

Bumrah strikes as India dominate Day 1 of England series

Bumrah strikes as India dominate Day 1 of England series

India’s Jasprit Bumrah took four wickets as England suffered their latest batting collapse in slumping to 183 all out on the opening day of the first Test at Trent Bridge yesterday.

Van Gaal returns for third stint as Netherlands coach

Van Gaal returns for third stint as Netherlands coach

Dutchman Louis van Gaal will return for a third time as the national football coach, leading the team to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the Dutch football federation (KNVB) said yesterday.

Eriksen at Inter training ground, in ‘excellent shape’ after Euro collapse

Eriksen at Inter training ground, in ‘excellent shape’ after Euro collapse

Christian Eriksen yesterday met his Inter Milan teammates for the first time since suffering cardiac arrest at Euro 2020, in a visit to the Italian champions’ training ground. In a statement, Inter said Eriksen, 29, paid a visit to the training centre at Appiano Gentile outside Milan yesterday.

Shedaresthedevil proves superstar with third Group 1 victory

Shedaresthedevil proves superstar with third Group 1 victory

Producing one of her best performances to date, Shedaresthedevil proved much too strong for her rivals when winning the Clement L Hirsch Stakes, a Grade 1 for three-year-old and older fillies and mares over 1,700m, for her owners Flurry Racing Stables, Qatar Racing and Autry Lowry Jr.

Qatar Racing’s Future gets off the mark at Windsor

Qatar Racing’s Future gets off the mark at Windsor

The Qatar Racing Limited-owned Future opened her account in style when taking the Fitzdares Supports The British Racing School Fillies’ Novice Stakes at Windsor Racecourse on Monday.

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