Semenya forgets past and dreams of another gold

With gender-test furore behind her, the South African wants to defend 800m title

Will Hawkes: Musketeers, massacres and monotone chat: Le Tour is back

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No shrinking violets: Menswear brightens up

After seasons of relatively subdued menswear, the spring collections saw flashes of colour and gaudy prints, says Adam Welch

Christina Patterson: More than ever, politics really matters

No wonder people who don’t call an argument a ‘narrative’ are beginning to think that politics has little to do with them

Arsenal reveal 125th anniversary away kit

The Gunners have revealed their new away kit, available to pre-order today, which captures the history of Arsenal Football Club. The new away shirt features a specially designed crest to highlight the proud origins of the Club 125 years ago.

Andrew Martin: Why suits are the antidote to shorts

I feel vindicated in having resisted the dominant social trend of my life towards informality

Nani has no plans to quit Manchester United

Manchester United winger Nani has no plans to quit the English champions following the signing of Ashley Young last week, telling Reuters he welcomed the competition for a place in the starting line-up at Old Trafford.

Letter from the editor: Summer is anarchy

Simon returns today, bringing Californian sunshine with him – which is great, as long as the golf shorts stay on the course. To be fair, he doesn’t do office casual.

Take centre stage: Festival fashion

Some festival-goers manage to stay cool come rain or shine, says Harriet Walker. The secret is to pick your style tribe and dress the part

Susannah Shops: In search of the perfect bikini

It’s that time of year again – the holiday season – marred only by the fact that shopping for swimwear rears its ugly head once more.

Ready To Wear: Tom Ford never said anything about women wearing shorts

Sounding increasingly like Hardy Amies way back when, Tom Ford declared this spring that a gentleman should never, ever, wear shorts.

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Windies forget Gayle force wins

What does a man have to do to bat for West Indies? Clearly, being a brilliant batsman from Jamaica is insufficient.

Japan workers ditch their suits to save power

In a country synonymous with the buttoned-down corporate army that keeps its huge economy humming, getting Japan to ditch its suits is an uphill task. A summer power crunch in Tokyo exacerbated by the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear plant, however, is forcing the government to ask the impossible.

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