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Results 23/08/16 – plus failure in futsal

Futsal’s an odd sport. Essentially a form of indoor football, it focuses on skills, improvisation and the promotion of close-knit team play. Played in, but not limited to, Hispanic and Eastern European countries, futsal is often used to develop young … Continue reading

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Results 22/08/16 – The Post-Olympic blues

I started this blog back in 2012, excited about the London Olympic Games and the realisation that I do actually enjoy watching sports – and not just the mainstream of football, rugby and cricket etc. Unemployed at the time, I … Continue reading

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Results 5/6/13 – Rajiv Ouseph and Heather Olver amongst the English names to advance in Thailand

Rajiv Ouseph and the pairing of Chris Adcock and Gabby White were both seeded sixth going into the SCG Thailand Open but England’s best badminton players suffered decidedly mixed fates on the opening day. Men’s champion Ouseph breezed past his … Continue reading

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Results 4/6/13 – Froome and Thomas still in the Criterium hunt

The Criterium de Dauphiné may be one of the last warm-ups for Chris Froome heading into the Tour de France but it was Sky Procycling team-mate Edvald Boassen Hagen that took the third stage in Tarare. The Norwegian champion was … Continue reading

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Results 17/4/13 – Charlotte Kerwood tops shooting qualification, but falls short in Al Ain

It’s Wednesday! Or, at least it was yesterday. That means some competitions are just kicking off and others are getting into the real nitty gritty. Andy Murray started in Monte-Carlo, Ben Ainslie took to the waves once more Sir Bradley … Continue reading

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Results 16/4/13 – Cardiff City promoted to the English Premier League

Just for today, let’s have an alphabetical list of what happened yesterday. Don’t forget, there’s also a full rundown of what’s to come later this week, starting with today’s sporting fixtures, at the bottom. == Bowls Scotland’s men’s team failed … Continue reading

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Results 19/3/2013 – Yana Stadnik wins silver at European Wrestling Championships

It’s a rare success for Great Britain in wrestling, a sport set to lose its place at the 2020 Olympic Games, but Yana Stadnik earned her new country a silver medal at the European Championships yesterday. Stadnik was set to … Continue reading

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