The Sport Matrix: Thursday 15 August 2013

Dream debut for Lambert as England scrape past Scots

Greg Rutherford in action in Moscow

World Championships: Chris Tomlinson fury after Greg Rutherford falls short in Moscow

Shunned long-jump rival erupts on Twitter as Olympic champion fails to reach final

Mo Farah competes in the 5,000 metres heats

World Championships 2013: Mo Farah does just enough to reach 5,000 metres final

The Briton exerts as little energy as possible in heat

The sporting week ahead (11/08/13)

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Greg Rutherford’s season has been hit by a hamstring injury

Greg Rutherford rolls with the punches to reach World Championships in Moscow

Olympic champion opts for boxing training to help win fitness battle to compete in long jump

Jessica Ennis-Hill has lost her fitness battle

Jessica Ennis-Hill ruled out for four months with injury

The Olympic champion is missing the World Championships in Moscow

Jessica Ennis-Hill

World Championships: Jessica Ennis-Hill 'gutted' after being ruled out of trip to Moscow

The Olympic champion ruled out due to Achilles injury

Ennis-Hill competing in the long jump at last weekend's Anniversary Games

World Championships: Jessica Ennis-Hill's hopes lifted by Tatyana Chernova's withdrawal

Jessica Ennis-Hill's chances of winning heptathlon gold at the World Championships have been boosted by the defending champion, Tatyana Chernova, pulling out.

Leap of faith: Jessica Ennis-Hill continues her comeback from injury at the Anniversary Games in London

Battling Jessica Ennis-Hill is playing a waiting game

No repeat of Super Saturday for heptathlete, who must decide whether to go to Moscow

Jessica Ennis-Hill ready to hurdle into the unknown

Gold medallist’s return to scene of her greatest triumph is hampered by nagging Achilles injury

Jennifer Suhr and Kirani James begin parade of Olympic champions

The past, the present and the future will be bundled together tomorrow in the Olympic Stadium.

Jessica Ennis-Hill

Anniversary Games: Jessica Ennis-Hill set to take part at Olympic Stadium

The Olympic heptathlon winner returned to action earlier this week

Jessica Ennis-Hill

Jessica Ennis-Hill makes impressive comeback - but says it is too early to take decision on World Championships

The heptathlete recorded a personal best in the javelin

Rutherford has not competed since suffering a hamstring injury

Nail-biter for Greg Rutherford

Olympic long jump champion Greg Rutherford’s hopes of being fit for next month’s World Championships suffered a setback when he was forced to pull out of next weekend’s Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games in London.

Jessica Ennis-Hill

Sebastian Coe unsurprised by injury woes suffered by Olympic stars including Jessica Ennis-Hill and Greg Rutherford

Athletes are fragile after an Olympic year says the former gold medallist

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