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  • Ryder Cup: Too tight to call

    Ryder Cup: Too tight to call

    This is a tough one - the big question: who will win the Ryder Cup 2016? Team USA have both the world number 2 and 4, with Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth respectively, and are well represented in the rest of the top ten with Patrick Reed (8) and Rickie Fowler (9). Team USA have a total of 11 majors - Phil Mickelson leads the way with five majors to his name, with Jordan Spieth and Zach Johnson having two each, while Jimmy Walker and Dustin Johnson also add theirs to the collection. More »

    Chris Carra - 11 minutes ago
  • Gymnastics - Whitlock excited for World Cup of Gymnastics event in London

    Gymnastics - Whitlock excited for World Cup of Gymnastics event in London

    Double Olympic champion Max Whitlock is relishing the chance to put on a show for the British public once more after the World Cup of Gymnastics was announced. More »

    Eurosport - 2 hours 31 minutes ago
  • Premier League: West Ham in uproar after club accused of 'pumping out crowd noise' in new stadium

    Premier League: West Ham in uproar after club accused of 'pumping out crowd noise' in new stadium

    ​West Ham United risk becoming the object of mass footballing ridicule after 'revelations' suggested the club had deployed the use of 'crowd noise' through their tannoy systems in a bid to enhance the atmosphere at the club's new London Stadium. More »

    90Min - 3 hours ago
  • Laura Trott's husband Jason Kenny shares adorable picture of his new bride

    Laura Trott's husband Jason Kenny shares adorable picture of his new bride

    "Good morning Mrs Kenny," he excitedly wrote in the caption. The couple, who met in 2008 following the Beijing Olympics, exchanged their vows on Saturday in a private ceremony at the 17th century Hilltop Country House in Cheshire. With all my family and close friends I married my best friend. More »

    hello! - 4 hours ago
  • A league of their own: Rohingya footballers tackle prejudice in Malaysia

    A league of their own: Rohingya footballers tackle prejudice in Malaysia

    By Beh Lih Yi KUALA LUMPUR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Racing from one end of the football pitch to another, the players in bright yellow and pink jerseys pass the ball between them, weaving around their opponents, tackling each other and occasionally, committing a foul. The players are young refugees from the Rohingya Muslim minority in predominantly Buddhist Myanmar, who are trying to tackle the prejudices they face in society in one of the few arenas they truly feel equal. For Mohammed Farouque, whose perilous journey to Malaysia included a journey on a crowded boat and a stay in people-smuggling camp in the jungle, the sense of liberation is something new. More »

    Reuters - 7 hours ago