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Usain Bolt pats Asafa Powell on the head after edging him out in the 100m in Oslo last night

Usain Bolt wins again as Jessica Ennis misfires

Usain Bolt did not get off to the best of starts in the 100m at the Bislett Games Diamond League meeting in Oslo last night but at least he got off to a legal one – unlike Jessica Ennis, who was disqualified for a false start in the 100m hurdles final, and Mark Lewis-Francis, who suffered the same fate in the same race as the world's fastest man.

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Usain Bolt points the way to victory in Rome last night

Bolt banishes cobwebs to clock his fastest time for three years

World's fastest man did not get off to the best of starts, but he made up for it - big time

Narine (pictured) has been called up as a replacement for the injured fast bowler, Kemar Roach, and will be drafted into the side for the third Test against England at Birmingham which starts next Thursday

West Indies hope Narine's knuckle ball can revive their punch

IPL heroics earn talented mystery spinner a Test call and revive memories of Sonny Ramadhin

Usain Bolt hungry for Olympic Repeat despite slow start Ostrava

Usain Bolt insists he would not care about losing every race between now and the Olympics as long as he retains his titles in London.

'Anderson can say some more when I get my double hundred'

When a player has scored only three Test centuries in 12 years of international cricket, he is entitled to enjoy his moment in the spotlight, and Marlon Samuels was not about to waste his.

Spa star: Bush Bath, Half Moon Resort, Rose Hall, Jamaica

Enjoy the benefits of locally grown herbs in Jamaica ... strictly above board – in the bath, in fact.

Denesh Ramdin watches Alastair Cook’s steer to slips evade West Indies captain Darren Sammy

James Lawton: West Indies' tyros spark talk of green shoots

It wasn't Cricket, Lovely Cricket, and the West Indies Won, at Lord's yesterday, but it was a step in the right direction.

Usain Bolt (left) wins the 100m at the Jamaica Invitational

Lightning Usain Bolt sends reminder of supremacy

Far from the madding crowd at the 2012 Olympic Stadium on Saturday night, the athlete most likely to emerge as a class act on the big stage come Games time got his season off to a flying start in the early hours, British-time, yesterday. Running in his first individual race of the year, the 100 metres in the Jamaica Invitational meeting at the National Stadium in Kingston, Usain Bolt emerged victorious in 9.82 seconds – the fastest time in the world in 2012 and his quickest-ever season opener.

Walker, right, puts two Kenyan athletes through their paces in 1972

LeRoy Walker: America's first black Olympic coach

LeRoy Walker, who died on 30 April aged 93, was the first African-American to lead the US Olympic Committee and the first black man to coach an American Olympic team. The grandson of slaves raised in the segregated South before he moved to Harlem, Walker led the US Olympic Committee from 1992 to 1996, both shepherding the summer Games staged in Atlanta and leading the group when the 2002 Winter Olympics were awarded to Salt Lake City.

West Indian bowlers; Fidel Edwards, Kemar Roach and Shane Shillingford

Chaos and crisis in Caribbean

As they arrive for the Tests against England, West Indies are average on the field and a shambles off it. Stephen Brenkley reports

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