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French triple jumper hit with ban

France's Olympic gold medal prospect Teddy Tamgho has been suspended from competition by his country's federation for six months after an altercation with a female athlete.

Flying Farah crowned king of Britain after magical run

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The sporting week ahead (04/09/11)

Today

Porter clatters final hurdle to lose out on silver

The strains of "God Save the Queen" rang round Daegu Stadium yesterday. Sadly, it was not played in recognition of a second British gold at the World Championships; it was for the delayed presentation of the reward Dai Greene earned in the 400 metres hurdles on Thursday.

Quiet man Greene enjoying his elevation to British golden boy

Welcome to the world of Dai Greene, the new golden boy of British athletics.

Ennis focuses on 2012 after disastrous javelin skewers golden hopes

Sheffield athlete promises to 'work a bit harder' to ensure Olympic victory in London after she loses title to talented Russian Chernova

Charles van Commenee: 'This golden generation can put Cram, Ovett and Coe in shade'

Class of 2011 have Midas touch and can reach medal target as World Championships start tomorrow

Phillips Idowu: Putting his public spat on hold to focus on world gold

Discussing Van Commenee is 'waste of time' says Londoner who is focusing on beating the young pretenders

Coe: New mindset gives British team chance to rule the world

Van Commenee credited with improvement that could lead to seven medals at Daegu championships

Aldama hops, steps and jumps via Cuba and Sudan to GB ranks

It might have happened back in 2003, when Yamile Aldama had just turned 31 and was sitting on top of the world rankings. Instead, eight years on, the Havana-born, London-based triple jumper will be into her 40th year when she finally gets to compete for Britain – in the qualifying round of her event at the World Championships in Daegu, South Korea, on 30 August.

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