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  • Japan U20 World Cup winners 2018
    Japan’s Golden Girls: U20 World Cup win raises hopes for Tokyo 2020

    Women’s football has come a long way in Japan. The Under 20’s stunned Spain 3-1 to win the 2018 U20 women’s World Cup in France. Japan became the only nation to have won every World Cup available in the women’s game. 🙌🙌🙌🙌🏆🙌🙌🙌🙌#U20WWC #DareToShine #LeMomentDeBriller @jfa_nadeshiko pic.twitter.com/uNUgXZ60Z0 — #U20WWC 🇫🇷⛵ (@FIFAWWC) August 24, 2018 Land of the rising stars

  • Cycling - Tour de France - The 175.5-km Stage 12 from Bourg-Saint-Maurice Les Arcs to Alpe d’Huez - July 19, 2018 - Great Britain's Geraint Thomas, wearing the overall leader's yellow jersey, and Great Britain's Christopher Froome ride through the so-called "Dutch Corner" in the ascent to l'Alpe d'Huez. Jeff Pachoud/Pool via REUTERS
    Thomas: “The yellow jersey? The Olympics were the real pressure…”

    Wearing the yellow jersey is less “stressful” than competing in an Olympic final, according to Tour de France overall leader Geraint Thomas. The Team Sky rider has been top of the general classification since winning stage 11 on July 18 at La Rosiere ski resort. Now he’s going into the final week of the race with a

  • Chris Hoy
    Cycling legend Chris Hoy chases dreams on four wheels

    Track cycling hero Chris Hoy is swapping his bike for a super-charged 200 mph car at the home of British motorsport. The six-time Olympic gold medallist will be showing off his driving skills at the Silverstone Classic in July. Racing an LMP2 car, the Briton will compete in the Masters Endurance Legends category. Media day

  • Mo Salah: The Rise of the Egyptian King

    Mohamed Salah will hope to fire Liverpool towards a place in the Champions League final when they host his former club AS Roma in their semi-final first leg on Tuesday. It has already been an incredible season for the Egyptian striker. On Sunday, Salah was named Professional Football Association (PFA) Player of the Year. Decided by a