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The most extraordinary moments in any sporting career are simply beyond words
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A British woman injured when her yacht was hit by a “monumental” wave off the coast of South Africa was being treated on Sunday night.
The treacherous Arctic convoys undertaken by Allied ships in the Second World War were described as ‘the worst journey in the world’. Jonathan Brown reports on attempts to track down the survivors so they can get the recognition they deserve
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Hosts recover from early setback to maintain Ravenhill fortress
An aggressive gamble to deal his closest rival a major blow backfired for Britain’s defending world match racing champion Ian Williams and his Team GAC Pindar in Bermuda.
A bid to knock out his nearest rival for a successful defence of his world match racing title was behind Ian Williams' choice of Taylor Canfield as his quarter final opponent at the Argo Group Gold Cup regatta in Bermuda.
Old tricks and new comforts in Fielding’s fantasy of consolation
Police say his body was found on Friday off Exmouth
Sir Ben Ainslie may be confident of there being a British challenge for the America’s Cup, but Olympic sailing chief Stephen Park has warned that without private funding the well of talent could dry up.
She is one of the richest women in Europe – and her insurers aren’t happy about her Atlantic voyage