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James Dasaolu became the second fastest Brit of all time last Saturday

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Coach urges public to have faith in sprinter as he names squad for World Championships

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Jessica Ennis-Hill forced to delay comeback yet again

The heptathlete has pulled out of the Sainsbury's British Championships in Birmingham

Peter Eriksson took charge at UK Athletics after the Olympics

UK Athletics ready to go foreign again despite coach exodus

Swedish head coach Eriksson to quit for Canada and is latest key figure to exit post-2012

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14-year-old girl Cherelle McKenzie-Jackson found guilty of manslaughter of Junior Nkwelle in Brixton

A 14-year-old girl who “set up” a schoolboy to be stabbed by her boyfriend after a row over football was ordered to be detained for eight years today.

Green vision: the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will have tree-lined boulevards

New Loughborough campus to be built on Olympic Park

Loughborough University will establish a campus at iCITY on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Lower university entry grades and let in more sports prodigies, says ex-Olympian Steve Cram

Universities in the UK should start lowering their entry requirements to let in more students with sporting talent, according to an Olympic athlete turned university chancellor.

Harry Aikines-Aryeetey beat Yohan Blake to 100m gold at 2006 World Juniors

Harry Aikines-Aryeetey dreams big after nightmare year on sidelines

Instead of The Lightning Bolt versus The Beast, the big head-to-head on the track at the London Olympics last summer might have been Usain Bolt against Harry A-A. It was a thought that inevitably passed through the mind of Harry Aikines-Aryeetey as he departed Heathrow with the rest of the British team, bound for the first post-Olympic international track and field championship, the European Indoors, which open here in the west of Sweden tomorrow morning.

Shara Proctor competes in two events in Sheffield this weekend

Shara Proctor glad to have followed Reider from Florida to GB

It is three months since Shara Proctor swapped east Florida for the East Midlands.

HMV has announced it will close 66 stores

HMV to close 66 stores

Retailer HMV has announced it will close 66 shops nationwide.

Toni Minichiello, pictured during a training session with Jessica Ennis

Jessica Ennis coach, Toni Minichiello, in talks with UK Athletics over new role

Toni Minichiello, the coach who guided Jessica Ennis from schoolgirl novice to Olympic heptathlon champion, confirmed today that he is still in talks with UK Athletics about working with the domestic governing body in a consultancy capacity.

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Duke's scheme rings down the curtain

Plans for military rehab centre closes theatre to amateur players

The coming crisis in postgraduate funding

There is a significant and growing crisis in funding for postgraduate study in Britain, according to 11 university vice-chancellors.

Sussex winners Universally Challenged

The winners of the iQuiz first round

It was a blistering night of vital trivia in 18 student unions across Britain yesterday, as more than a hundred teams took part in the inaugural iQuiz.

The newspapers were asking questions about his sacking. Hours later Toby Day and his family were dead

Police inspector Toby Day strangled and stabbed his wife and daughter to death

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