• Reuters34 minutes ago

    Boxing-WBA suspend two judges over N'Dam-Murata title fight decision

    The World Boxing Association has suspended two judges and ordered a rematch of a middleweight title fight between Hassan N'Dam of France and Japan's Ryota Murata after the bout ended with a controversial split decision last weekend. N'Dam took the vacant title in Tokyo despite being knocked

  • 50 amazing free things to do in Britain this May half term
    The Telegraph1 hour ago

    50 amazing free things to do in Britain this May half term

    The summer half-term is upon us and while for older children than means an intensive burst of last-gasp revision, for younger children and their parents it means Things To Do. Harry Potter Studio Tour – sold out…) and that’s before you even get started on snacks and souvenirs.

  • Katarina Johnson-Thompson tipped to become a world-beater at London 2017 by Jessica Ennis-Hill
    Evening Standard2 hours ago

    Katarina Johnson-Thompson tipped to become a world-beater at London 2017 by Jessica Ennis-Hill

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  • America’s Cup 2017: Once rivals, now Giles Scott and Ben Ainslie find themselves in the same boat
    Evening Standard3 hours ago

    America’s Cup 2017: Once rivals, now Giles Scott and Ben Ainslie find themselves in the same boat

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