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Who are this pair?
A prodigy? Paint me a picture…
Hello, Mr and Mr Mysterious
For most, it has proved unattainable. Only two athletes have ever achieved such lofty feats: one is the current Olympic champion, American Jennifer Suhr, the other the greatest female vaulter of all time, Yelena Isinbayeva.
All set for the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Miss Ennis?
The heptathlete aims to return in time for the 2016 Olympics
Police are treating the death as "unexplained" as inquiries continue
Sammy Taylor was an industrious imp of a footballer, a goal-scoring winger who prospered with Preston North End during the best years of their modern history in the late 1950s, when twice they entertained hopes of winning the League. Had he been born half a century later, he would surely have accumulated a substantial collection of Scottish caps. As it was, the irrepressibly chirpy little fellow from the Gorbals district of Glasgow found himself stymied internationally by the exploits of such illustrious rival flankmen as Gordon Smith, Alex Scott, Graham Leggat and Tommy Ring.
Joe Cusker died earlier today at Glasgow Royal Infirmary
Colleagues of a police constable who died when the helicopter she was in crashed through the roof of a pub have joined mourning relatives at her funeral.
Special bulletin from Air Accidents Investigation Branch finds 'all significant components were present' at time of fatal crash
The controversial pundit has reportedly been removed from her position after a poorly timed tweet about life expectancy
Tributes were paid today to victims of the Glasgow police helicopter crash, including the “very pleasant” and “highly professional” pilot, “a smashing lad” who helped his daughter to become a Scottish international footballer, and “a beautiful friend”.
Rescue operation continues as tributes are paid following Friday night’s helicopter crash
Long-distance legend tells Richard Rae she will have no role in Glasgow
The ever-entertaining Scott Johnson, holding Scotland’s coaching reins until Vern Cotter arrives next summer, was talking about Nessie yesterday.