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Entries by Ollie Williams unless noted in brackets. FM - Florence Morton. OW - Ollie Williams.
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Olympic links: 24 April, 2015

Fiji Sevens shirt

Nicola Adams out of nationals after home burgled, Astana keep WorldTour licence, Bolt says Gay got off lightly, French eventing team kicked out of Olympics, GB gymnast swaps to Jamaica, IOC opens consultants' registry for 2024 Games, GB announces Baku 2015 team amid Azerbaijan human rights concerns, inspirational London marathon tales.

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Olympic links: 23 April, 2015

Jasmin Taylor

French swimmer's book 'causes fury', UAE appeals equestrian suspension, Sweden may bid for 2026 Olympics, Radcliffe 'unprepared but healthy' for marathon finale, Jo Pavey's fears over 'unethical' thyroid medication, Britain's 'deadly Downies', how sports bras transformed life for female athletes.

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Olympic links: 21 April, 2015

Dani King

Usain Bolt runs his slowest 100m final on record, federations quit SportAccord after controversial speech, French book details 'cocaine and sexual decadence' in swimming, dramatic Boston marathon finish, Verbruggen hits out at Cookson, Scherbo on Uchimura, has America's Cup lost its momentum?

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Olympic links: 20 April, 2015

British rowing trials warm-up

GB's best Euro gymnastics ever, Peaty's breaststroke world record, no promotion for GB ice hockey team, St Louis marathon disqualifies 'winner', Irish boxers earn Rio places, IOC boss in first Kosovo visit, Olympic champion cyclist dropped from US team after criteria confusion, NZ sevens captain is top sheep-shearer.

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Olympic links: 17 April, 2015

Elvis watches dressage

Aaron Cook swaps to Moldova, 2021 athletics Worlds given to Eugene (decision annoys Swedes), Ennis-Hill wants world silver upgraded, Fina director says Phelps could get Worlds wild card, more calls to drop Boston '24 bid for LA, Louis Smith tops Euro pommel quali on GB return, GB men keep 100% record at ice hockey Worlds.

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Olympic links: 16 April, 2015

Aquatics Centre on London's Olympic Park

Snowboarder Morgan lands world's first quad cork, Kenya's only female Olympic boxer 'needs money for surgery after hit-and-run', Phelps faces media for first time since ban expired, South African sprinter banned, Las Vegas welcomes dressage and showjumping, Rio may rent Russia's anti-aircraft defences.

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Olympic links: 15 April, 2015

GB-Germany hockey game

Leeds set to replace London in triathlon World Series, Ennis-Hill confirmed for Anniversary Games, Craig Pickering blog takes apart 'footballer faster than Bolt' report, surprise Peaty win at GB swimming champs, Paralympic champion swaps to hand cycling, Euro gymnastics begins, giant carp 'attack' rowers.

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Olympic links: 14 April, 2015

GB hockey players

Shanaze Reade returning to GB track cycling, Paris 2024 bid moves closer, French railway demands action against cyclists in safety barrier dodge, IOC launches corruption hotline, swimmers 'mend mental scars' at GB swimming nationals in Olympic pool, Phelps in five events on suspension comeback, Tokyo airport unveils running-track design, 'shambolic' 10km run turns into 13km.

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Olympic links: 13 April, 2015

Usain Bolt and Barack Obama

Badminton superstar's doping hearing begins, Wiggins bows out after Paris-Roubaix (while riders narrowly avoid train incident), another Irishman set to switch to GB hockey, Oxford win both Boat Races, Jorgensen leads rare triathlon podium sweep, snowboarding recommends 'big air' events to IOC, more backing for Brisbane 2028 bid, Grant Hackett's dad on effect death threat had on son's life.

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Olympic links: 10 April, 2015

GB ice hockey team and Poland

Paris city council to vote on 2024 bid, environmental impact of Beijing 2022 bid, Mary Spencer's fall from boxing grace, England U19 football women win game after five-day stoppage, Boat Race gender equality, luge team to chop off hair to support teammate, incredible drone footage of GB distance runner in South Africa.

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