1. Jonathan Tiernan-Locke Joins Team Sky

    Tour of Britain winner Jonathan Tiernan-Locke has today officially joined Team Sky on a two-year deal. The 27-year-old became the first British victor of his home tour in 19 years ...

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  2. EPL: Who Will Win the Premier League Title in 2012-13?

    It has come around so quickly hasn't it? It seems like only five minutes ago that Sergio Aguero settled the most eventful Premier League season in history in the most dramatic way possible at the Etihad...

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  3. Manchester City Agree with Everton on Jack Rodwell Fee

    Everton have confirmed that they have reached an agreement with Manchester City for England international Jack Rodwell...

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  4. Usain Bolt or David Rudisha: Who Really Stole the Show?

    Day 13 of the London 2012 Olympics was billed as the day Usain Bolt, one of the greatest athletes this world has ever known, could cement an immeasurable legacy on track and field...

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  5. Olympics 2012: Sir Chris Hoy Wins Men's Keirin to Become GB's Greatest Olympian

    Sir Chris Hoy became Great Britain's greatest Olympian in history with a memorable victory in the men's keirin at the Olympic Velodrome...

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  6. Olympics 2012: Jason Kenny Wins Men's Sprint as GB's Cycling Dominance Goes on

    Jason Kenny continued Great Britain’s dominance in the Olympic Velodrome with a memorable victory over Gregory Bauge in the men’s sprint final...

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  7. Olympics 2012: Great Britain Smashes World Record to Win Team Sprint

    Great Britain's men's sprint team powered to gold in the London Velodrome, setting a new world record in the process. The trio of Sir Chris Hoy, Jason Kenny and 19-year-old Philip Hindes posted an astonishing round of sprinting to clock a time of 42...

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  8. Olympics 2012: Favorites Victoria Pendleton & Jess Varnish Relegated

    Great Britain's women team sprint duo of Victoria Pendleton and Jess Varnish missed out on the chance for gold after being relegated by Olympic cycling officials...

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