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Australian Michael Rogers can race again after cycling's governing body accepted that the meat the former world time trial champion ate in China likely caused his positive doping test.
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Boxer Custio Clayton speaks to a group of children about the importance of physical activity at Smokey Drive Elementary School in Lower Sackville on April 14. Olympian Custio Clayton of Dartmouth will be part of the Canadian elite men's boxing team at an international tournament beginning Thursday in Belgrade, Serbia.
Michael Phelps has been swimming against the tide all his life. Time and time again he has proved the doubters wrong, setting the standard for Olympic achievement with his 18 gold medals.
THE tireless and selfless efforts of ten people in volunteer and community work will tonight be honoured by Oxford's Lord Mayor in a public ceremony.
Forget Jones Beach or the Jersey Shore. A design team says New York's East River could soon be the place for summer fun.
DOUBLE London Olympic gold medalist Laura Trott will be riding the roads of Monmouthshire this summer as she became the first major women's star to enter the 2014 British Cycling National Road and Time Trial Championships.
Tennis star Andy Murray has said he feels "very grateful" to be receiving an honorary degree from the university where he trained as a boy.
THUNDERSTRUCK: Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant reacts after a dunk late in the fourth quarter of Game 2 of an opening-round NBA basketball playoff series against the Memphis Grizzlies in Oklahoma City, Monday, April 21. Memphis won 111-105 in overtime.
KILKEEL'S David Henning will compete at this year's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow after being called up to the Northern Ireland shooting team.
SWINDON judoka Steph Walker has been selected in the England judo squad to travel to the Czech Republic next month.
Ryan Hall's running career has taken him from Big Bear Lake in the local mountains to Stanford University, across the country and the world.
DEFENDING champions Dylan Fletcher and Alain Sign made their podium intentions clear on a fantastic first day of racing at the ISAF Sailing World Cup event in Hyeres today.
Chelmsford High School has selected its February House Students of the Month. All Chelmsford High Students of the Month are honored at a luncheon by the Chelmsford Rotary Club and recognized at Activities Night.
AFTER the three weekends of County Championships, the focus for Tornadoes of South Dorset shifted to the younger swimmers in the club.
Brandon Eagles gymnasts Shea Taylor, Taylor Goodon, Quinn Skrupa, Brook Bradshaw and Alex Empey will be competing in the Western Canadian gymnastics championships in Saskatoon this week.
McGillivray is the race's director - responsible for all the details of the oldest and most prestigious marathon in the world.