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A year after fearing his career was over, Greg Rutherford defied the doubters who branded his Olympic gold a fluke by landing the Commonwealth long jump title in Glasgow.
Everton's new record signing Romelu Lukaku insists he owes Chelsea a debt of gratitude but feels Goodison Park is the best place for him to become a better footballer.
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff insists the team are comfortable with Lewis Hamilton's decision to ignore team orders on his way to third place in the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Jamaican sprint superstar Usain Bolt labelled the Commonwealth Games as "awesome" on Wednesday after being earlier quoted delivering a staggering slur on his Glasgow experience.
Rory McIlroy wants to use his Open triumph as a springboard to further success this season, but insists he has never thought about matching Jack Nicklaus' record haul of major titles.
England are on the verge of a first Test win for almost a year, but at close of play on his birthday James Anderson still seemed unable to resist a party-piece contretemps with the opposition.
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