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Eurotunnel signs deal with key creditors

Eurotunnel put a key element of its financial restructuring in place yesterday by signing a binding agreement with a group of senior lenders under which creditors would emerge with more than 80 per cent of the company in return for writing off half of the tunnel's £6.2bn of debt.

Setting sail for a new world of opportunity

Working on a cruise ship gives you a chance to see the world - and save cash

London Marathon: Yamauchi set for diplomatic coup on the road to Beijing

A Japanese lifestyle has helped Britain's leading woman prepare for the London Marathon. She talks to Mike Rowbottom

Philip Hensher: If A-level results are like a marathon, then who gets to be Paula Radcliffe?

It would be much more sensible to abandon the whole thing and just publish the marks. Then everyone would know where they stood

Athletics: Holmes takes lap of honour with farewell in middle distance

Sheffield's Don Valley Stadium will host the last race on home soil of double the Olympic gold medallist tomorrow. Mike Rowbottom reports

Athletics: Britain fear for now - and plan for then

Lewis-Francis in danger of being left behind but young sprinters in the wings suggest a brighter future

Athletics: Paula's pride as she fires on all cylinders

Britain's women set the pace but the men struggle to avoid relegation from the Super League

FOOTBALL: Why I will never call into question the exploits of our world-conquering dames

IT IS desperately pitiful, I always think, when those who merely write about sport attempt to garner some reflected glory from those who actually participate. One sees it a lot, the paunchy hack either figuratively or literally bellowing "I was there" about some marvellous achievement, as if it could not have happened without him. Or, far less frequently, and always less paunchily, without her.

Lampard cracks whip as Chelsea kick on towards finishing line

Tottenham Hotspur 0 - Chelsea 2

Athletics: Johnson waits to tackle Radcliffe

Benita Johnson, who took the world cross-country gold in Paula Radcliffe's absence last year, will seek to prove in Edinburgh today that she has the ability to defend her title, even if the Briton decides to return to the event.

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‘This is one of the best McLaren teams ever – we are going to do it’

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Seifeddine Rezgui: What motivated a shy student to kill 38 holidaymakers in Tunisia?

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