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Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, the 100m and 200m world champion, has been shortlisted alongside the New Zealand shot-putter Valerie Adams and the 400m hurdler Zuzana Hejnova of Czech Republic for the female Athlete of the Year award.

Farid Mammadov of Azerbaijan came second in this year's Eurovision

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The Eurovision Song Contest has introduced new rules to combat bribery after supporters of Azerbaijan’s entry were accused of buying votes at this year’s event.

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Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho makes a teary eyed return to former club PSG and promises his time in Paris isn't over just yet

Sakho featured in the Reds' 1-0 defeat to Southampton on Saturday but appeared at the Parc Des Princes ahead of the Parisian club's Ligue 1 clash with Monaco

The streets around London’s Wembley Stadium are being considered as the location for the UK’s first electric single-seater car race, according to organisers

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It is more accustomed to playing host to legions of worse-for-wear football fans. But the streets around London’s Wembley Stadium are being considered as the location for the UK’s first electric single-seater car race, according to organisers.

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Michael Laudrup hopeful Swansea will reach Europa League group stages but has eased the pressure on the squad

Capital One Cup winners will face Romanian side Petrolul Ploiesti but Laudrup refuses to set his side a target in Europe

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Wayne Rooney eyes move abroad if Chelsea deal falls through

With Europe's top clubs having already spent big this summer, the England striker's options would be limited if a move to west London falls through

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Transfer news: Gareth Bale will calm fears he may go AWOL to force Real Madrid switch when he returns for training on Tuesday

Spurs' squad had been given Monday off but Bale's agent Jonathan Barnett dismisses reports in Spain that Bale will miss training after claiming he never spoke to them

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The winger scored twice earlier this week

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Manchester United transfer news: Monaco sporting director claims United have offered Nani to the club

Portuguese winger could be on his way out of Old Trafford after Vadim Vasilyev claims the club have approached him with a view to sell

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