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Commonwealth Games: Tracey Neville aiming to put brothers in the shade again

England netball head coach Tracey Neville hopes to share knowledge with her twin brother Phil now he is England Women football manager.

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From actors to boxers: Talented people from Yorkshire you might not have heard about

Yorkshire has produced many talented people over the past generations, including the likes of Judi Dench, Sally Wainwright, Henry Moore and Chris Rea. Yorkshire has given the world talented actors, musicians, performers, artists and athletes, to name only a few, and continues to do so to the present day.
Chris Mears at the John Charles Aquatics Centre (Picture: Tony Johnson)

Weekend Interview: Golden boy Chris Mears winning his mental battle

Olympic champions have the world at their feet – fame, adulation, glory.

England's Chris and Gabby Adcock..

Adcocks turn focus to Commonwealth Games after quarter-final exit

YORKSHIRE badminton star Gabby Adcock’s dreams of winning a YONEX All England Open title must wait for another year after she exited the tournament at the quarter-final stage.

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Yorkshire has a history of talented sporting women.

Eight Yorkshire sportswomen who set the bar high

The past few years have seen a rise in Yorkshire sporting stars, with athletes winning medals in competitions such as the Olympics, Paralympics and Commonwealth Games.
Britain's Millie Knight, right, and guide Brett Wild compete in the women's super-G, visually impaired, at the 2018 Winter Paralympics in Jeongseon.

Teenager Knight celebrates double medal joy

Teenager Millie Knight celebrated her “crazy” achievement in claiming a second Winter Paralympics medal in as many days in Pyeongchang.

Michael Smith.

Smith and Cross all set for Leeds showdown

TABLE-TOPPER Michael Smith and World Champion Rob Cross will clash as the Unibet Premier League returns to action at Leeds’ First Direct Arena tonight.

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IAAF President Sebastian Coe during the minutes applause for Sir Roger Bannister during day four of the 2018 IAAF Indoor World Championships at The Arena Birmingham.

Coe’s anger at Parliamentary report

Lord Coe believes his answers to a select committee hearing on doping were misrepresented in a highly-critical parliamentary report published on Monday, it is understood.

Tom Dean on his way to winning the Men's 400m IM final.

Double gold for Peaty and Simmonds at GB finals, Faulkner third

Olympic and world champion Adam Peaty completed a double when he retained his 50 metres breaststroke title on the final day of the British Championships in Edinburgh.

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Elizabeth Simmonds on her way to winning the Women's 200m Backstroke final.

Sheffield’s Lelliott denies Guy hat-trick 
of golds

James Guy made it two golds in two days at the British Swimming Championships as the three-time world champion won the 50m butterfly in Edinburgh on Friday.

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SILVER LINING: Jess Learmonth.

Jess Learmonth enjoys triathlon silver lining after bike crash scuppers Jonny Brownlee

Jonny Brownlee was hampered by a bike crash as he could only finish seventh in the opening World Triathlon Series race of the season in Abu Dhabi.

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Ski rep from York dies trying to save friend's life in French Alps

Tributes have been paid to a skier from York who fell to his death while saving a friend in the French Alps.

A skier at Norland, Halifax

Man filmed SKIING through Leeds city centre on snow day

In snowy Leeds, one commuter might have found the most effective way to get around.

Max Litchfield in action during his record-breaking swim at the world championships in Budapest last year (Picture: AP)

Max Litchfield puts focus on Tokyo by withdrawing from Commonwealth Games

Yorkshire’s Max Litchfield has withdrawn from the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast of Australia to focus on rehabilitating a shoulder injury.

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Video: Watch this snowboarder in action at Roundhay Park

Leeds woke up to several inches of snow this morning.
Great Britain's Lizzy Yarnold take a selfie with, Billy Morgan, Laura Deas and Izzy Atkin as Team GB arrive at Heathrow. Picture: Steve Paston/PA.

Winter Olympics: Robertson confident Beijing can bring bigger medal haul

British Olympic Association chairman Sir Hugh Robertson declared it mission accomplished after Team GB were welcomed home from their most successful Winter Olympics.

Great Britain's skipper Eve Muirhead (second right) and team mates Anna Sloan, Lauren Gray and Vicki Adams look dejected after losing the Women's Bronze Medal match.

Winter Olympics: Eve Muirhead defends shot as GB miss out

Eve Muirhead went for glory and instead scored curling’s equivalent of an own goal to hand Japan Winter Olympics bronze.

Flagbearers during the Closing Ceremony of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.

Winter Olympics: A Games to remind us that it is just sport after all

FROM crashing blades to sliding stars, teenage kicks to plain old “relateable dudes”, the PyeongChang Winter Olympics provided an avalanche of reminders of what the essence of elite sport ought to really be about.

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Outdoor fashion: Gimme shelter

Braving the elements has never been so fashionable. Stephanie Smith seeks out outerwear that blurs the boundaries between practicality and modern style.

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