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Mings deputised for Harry Maguire in England’s first two games against Croatia and Scotland, with fans and pundits questioning his starting place.
Laura Muir kicks off Olympic campaign in 1,500m qualifying at 1.35am Men's long jump final starts at 2.20am Beth Dobbin, Britain's last hope in the 200m, looks to qualify at 3.10am Women's 100m hurdle final to be run at 3.50am Team GB go for eventing gold at 9am in the showjumping 'The men's 100m final used to be the Olympics' blue-riband event - this felt like a novelty act'
The Springboks made it 1-1 in the series with a convincing second-Test victory on Saturday.
The seven-time world champion was third behind maiden winner Esteban Ocon, having been the only driver not to pit after an early red flag.
Rockets grounded as Phoenix rise for handsome win.
A Mercedes spokesperson said the seven-time world champion was suffering with dizziness and fatigue.
The game was reduced to 20 overs per side by rain.
Four-times Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel was reprimanded for not removing a t-shirt promoting LGBTQ+ rights ahead of the national anthem at the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday. Three other drivers -- Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas, Ferrari's Carlos Sainz and Vettel's Aston Martin team mate Lance Stroll -- were also reprimanded for failing to remove their 'We Race As One' t-shirts in time for the national anthem. Vettel and the other drivers said they had forgotten to take their t-shirts off because of the onset of rain.
Prop Kyle Sinckler faces a possible three-month ban after being landed a shock biting charge against Springbok second row Franco Mostert. It was expected that the citing commissioner, Scott Nowland, would have a busy caseload from the Lions’ 27-9 second Test defeat to the Springboks with Maro Itoje, Stuart Hogg, Mako Vunipola, Cheslin Kolbe and Faf de Klerk all seemingly at risk of facing retrospective disciplinary action. Instead it was only Sinckler, who has a chequered disciplinary history, w
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) -British & Irish Lions prop Kyle Sinckler has been cited for an alleged biting incident in the second test defeat to South Africa on Saturday, on the same day fullback Stuart Hogg denied he had been involved in a similar incident. "British and Irish Lions player Kyle Sinckler will attend an independent disciplinary hearing after he was cited by Scott Nowland (Australia) for an act of foul play contrary to Law 9.12 (biting) during the 64th minute of the second test against South Africa in Cape Town on 31 July, 2021," a statement from World Rugby said on Sunday.
The incident is alleged to have taken place during a ruck in the 64th minute of the 27-9 loss to South Africa.
Seven-times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton said he suspects he has long COVID, after suffering dizziness and fatigue in the aftermath of a hard-fought Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday. "Everything got a bit blurry on the podium," said the 36-year-old, who had to be looked over by his Mercedes team doctor after a flat-out charge from last to third around the twisting Hungaroring. Hamilton tested positive for COVID-19 and was forced to miss last year's penultimate Sakhir Grand Prix in December.
Gavins was ranked 995th in the world at the end of 2020 and had never previously recorded a single top-10 finish.
Chelsea beat Arsenal in game that shows Arteta revolution a long way off
The Games reaches the 10th day of competition.
The Switzerland international had been linked with a move to Roma.
Max Whitlock successfully defended his Olympic pommel horse title, while Charlotte Worthington won the women’s BMX freestyle in Tokyo.
Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka will be staying at the club, Mikel Arteta has said, in a development that puts an end to Jose Mourinho’s hopes of bringing the Switzerland international to Roma. Xhaka is a divisive player with the Arsenal supporters but he has always been highly valued by the coaching staff in north London and Roma have not presented any offers this summer that have been deemed acceptable. Xhaka, who scored in a 2-1 friendly loss to Chelsea on Sunday, had been expected to leave t
The former Scotland international Russell Martin has left MK Dons to take over the manager’s job at Swansea City, one week before the start of the Championship season. The 35-year-old has signed a three-year deal as head coach at the Liberty Stadium, ending the long search for a successor to Steve Cooper. He formally left the club on July 21 having signalled two weeks earlier that he would not go into a third season. Martin comes with a reputation for possession-based football and a modern, prog
San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane emphatically denied allegations made by his wife that he gambled on his own games and intentionally tried to lose to cash in on his wagers. Kane posted two statements to Twitter on Sunday, one day after the allegations against him were made on an Instagram account that appears to belong to his wife, Anna. "I have NEVER gambled/bet on Hockey, NEVER gambled/bet on a Sharks game, NEVER gambled/bet on any of my games and NEVER thrown a hockey game," Kane wrote, in part.