Other - Yesterday’s News
It’s Farah’s seventh consecutive World and Olympic title.
The Irishman has gone to hospital after a collision during today’s stage.
Bolt lead Jamaica to victory in a time of 37.36 seconds.
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Meanwhile, the Irish men’s 4x400m relay team have set a new national record.
Other - Friday 28 August, 2015
From Friday Night Lights to Any Given Sunday.
The towering Jamaican said he was only 50-50 about running at the next world championships.
The result may not have gone their way but Ireland once again showed why they belong at the top level.
There was also the Captain’s Run ahead of tomorrow’s World Cup warm-up and an incredible performance in the women’s 200m final in Beijing.
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Chinese defender Zhang Linpeng has claimed he is on his way to Chelsea.
American hurdles star will have a kidney transplant on Tuesday.
Olympian Ashton Eaton is feeling the benefits of a prototype made by Nike.
21.63 – put it in the book.
The unbeaten welterweight champ laughed off the mixed martial arts star’s dig at his earning power.
Bolt is not a man to hold a grudge.
The two-time major winner is in 95th place at The Barclays.
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Other - Thursday 27 August, 2015
There is also team news from Ireland’s Rugby World Cup warm-up against Wales and the Champions League group draw.
A 23-run defeat in Stormont for John Bracewell’s side.
Christian Taylor went very, very close to breaking a 20-year-old record on his way to gold today.
The Arsenal manager is convinced it will be brought in soon to help with offside decisions.
Broadcaster addressed concerns about objectivity and bias ahead of today’s 200m final.
Wilson says a $3 bottle of water is the reason his concussion went away.
The British Horseracing Authority has awarded Victoria Pendleton her amateur riders’ licence.
Kenya’s Julius Yego won gold at the World Championships.
“He tried to kill me!” Bolt joked.
The world’s fastest man ran 19.55 seconds at the Bird’s Nest this afternoon.
The man who helps Ireland punch above their weight set to leave less than a year before the Olympic Games.
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John Bracewell’s side will hope to topple Australia when the sides meet in Belfast on Thursday.
Other - Wednesday 26 August, 2015
Meanwhile, Caleb Ewan celebrated the biggest win of his career.
The war of words continues between the biggest stars in boxing and mixed martial arts.
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Veronica Campbell–Brown was adjudged not to have impeded her fellow competitor.
Ben Reynolds, Ciara Everard and Kelly Proper were unable to progress at the Bird’s Nest.
The country was already covered by a cloud of suspicion.