London 2012: Day 10

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South Korea's Joo Saehyuk serves to Hong Kong's Jiang Tianyi in their men's team semifinals table tennis match at the ExCel venue during the London 2012 Olympic Games

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All the best images from the 10th day of the London Olympics.

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    Cycling's golden couple Jason Kenny and Laura Trott, two of Team GB's most decorated Olympians, have married. In a post on Instagram, Trott said the wedding was "the happiest day of my life". Trott, 24, won two golds at the Rio Olympics and became Britain's most successful female Olympian. More »

    Sky News - 11 minutes ago
  • Ice hockey - Canada dump Russia to reach World Cup final

    Ice hockey - Canada dump Russia to reach World Cup final

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    Reuters - 1 hour 27 minutes ago
  • Bekele claims Berlin win in near record time

    Bekele claims Berlin win in near record time

    By Karolos Grohmann BERLIN (Reuters) - Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele narrowly missed out on a new world record when he out-sprinted Kenya's Wilson Kipsang to win the Berlin marathon in the second fastest race of all time on Sunday. The triple Olympic champion weathered Kipsang's blistering early pace before he attacked with two kilometres left, crossing the line in an official time of two hours, three minutes and three seconds, six seconds off Dennis Kimetto's world record. Kipsang, a former world record holder who won in Berlin three years ago but like Bekele missed last month's Rio Olympics, could not match the Ethiopian's pace towards the end and finished 10 seconds adrift in the fourth-fastest time ever. More »

    Reuters - 1 hour 32 minutes ago
  • Why 'Dangerous Donald' is really the safest choice, according to Trump Jr

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    Donald Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr, had some reassuring words for voters before the first presidential debate with Hillary Clinton. While the Democratic campaign has sought to portray Trump as a loose cannon and a threat to global security, the opposite is actually the case, according to Trump Jr. "For those who say: 'Oh he's so dangerous', there is nothing dangerous about it," he told Sky News. More »

    International Business Times - 1 hour 44 minutes ago
  • Athletics-Bekele claims Berlin win in near record time

    * Bekele sets second fastest time ever * Kipsang claims second spot * Kebede leads Ethiopian trio to win women's race (Updates with quotes, details, rounded down time) By Karolos Grohmann BERLIN, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele narrowly missed out on a new world record when he out-sprinted Kenya's Wilson Kipsang to win the Berlin marathon in the second fastest race of all time on Sunday. The triple Olympic champion weathered Kipsang's blistering early pace before he attacked with two kilometres left, crossing the line in an official time of two hours, three minutes and three seconds, six seconds off Dennis Kimetto's world record. Kipsang, a former world record holder who won in Berlin three years ago but like Bekele missed last month's Rio Olympics, could not match the Ethiopian's pace towards the end and finished 10 seconds adrift in the fourth-fastest time ever. More »

    Reuters - 1 hour 46 minutes ago