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Phillips Idowu feels he let a lot of people down at the Olympics

Phillips Idowu starts long road back

Triple jumper competes in New York today for first time since  injury ended London 2012 bid

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The BBC’s exemplary coverage of London 2012 means Channel 4 has a tough act to follow. But at least it can put aside concerns that its 500 hours of Paralympic coverage might be excessive.

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Coe: Team GB's golden Super Saturday was 'greatest day'

Sebastian Coe hailed the extraordinary events in the Olympics yesterday as the greatest day of sport he has ever witnessed.

Olympic torchbearers cash in by selling torches on eBay

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Bleasdale falls short in Stockholm

For the second time in two weeks, Holly Bleasdale was forced to play second fiddle to the queen of the pole vault, Yelena Isinbayeva.

After her British record vault, Holly Bleasdale cannot wait for the London Olympics

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She is just 20 and only took up the pole vault in 2008. Now she is one of the world's best. She talks to Simon Turnbull

Flying Farah crowned king of Britain after magical run

First distance gold for GB while Bolt and Jamaica shatter the 4x100m relay world record

Charles van Commenee: 'This golden generation can put Cram, Ovett and Coe in shade'

Class of 2011 have Midas touch and can reach medal target as World Championships start tomorrow

Phillips Idowu: Putting his public spat on hold to focus on world gold

Discussing Van Commenee is 'waste of time' says Londoner who is focusing on beating the young pretenders

'Slumdog' director denied athletes for Olympics show

A row over British athletes' non-involvement in the opening ceremony of next year's London Olympics threatens to overshadow the event, which is being directed by the Oscar-winning film-maker Danny Boyle.

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