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Usain Bolt

The flame went out on the 2016 Olympics in Rio on Sunday, bringing to an end 16 remarkable days of sporting action reports BBC Sport. More than 10,000 athletes, representing 207 nations, competed in 31 sports in Brazil, with 306 sets of medals awarded over the course of the Games. Records were broken, history was made, legends confirmed and superstars born.

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Usain Bolt competes in the Men's 100 metres semifinal at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games

Publish Date: 2016-08-23 12:46:01


Jason Kenny and Laura Trott

Rio Olympics 2016: Jason Kenny andLaura Trott are the golden couple reports BBC Sport. Five competitions between them, five golds won. As of Tuesday night, had the couple been a country they would have sat 13th on the medal table, above Jamaica, Kenya and Brazil.

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Gold medalists Jason Kenny and Laura Trott celebrate after the Men's Keirin Finals race at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games

Publish Date: 2016-08-17 18:47:39


Adam Peaty

Rio Olympics 2016: Adam Peaty wins 1st Gold Medal for Great Britain reports BBC Sport. Adam Peaty won gold and Jazz Carlin claimed a silver as Great Britain secured their first medals of the 2016 Olympics on day two in Rio. Peaty, 21, smashed his own world record to win the 100m breaststroke in 57.13 seconds and end GB's 28-year wait for a men's Olympic swimming title. Minutes later, Carlin won silver in the women's 400m freestyle.

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Adam Peaty poses with his Gold medal from the Men's 100m Breaststroke at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games

Publish Date: 2016-08-08 16:34:14


Adam Peaty

Rio Olympics 2016: Adam Peaty wins 1st Gold Medal for Great Britain reports BBC Sport. Adam Peaty won gold and Jazz Carlin claimed a silver as Great Britain secured their first medals of the 2016 Olympics on day two in Rio. Peaty, 21, smashed his own world record to win the 100m breaststroke in 57.13 seconds and end GB's 28-year wait for a men's Olympic swimming title. Minutes later, Carlin won silver in the women's 400m freestyle.

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Adam Peaty poses with his Gold medal from the Men's 100m Breaststroke at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games

Publish Date: 2016-08-08 16:34:14


Andy Murray

Rio Olympics 2016: Andy Murray to be Team GB flag bearer reports BBC Sport. Olympic and Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has been chosen to carry the flag for Great Britain at Friday's Rio 2016 opening ceremony. The 29-year-old was picked ahead of the likes of boxer Nicola Adams and rower Katherine Grainger. Murray, who inspired Great Britain to the Davis Cup in November, is the first tennis player to fill the role.

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Andy Murray of Great Britain celebrates defeating Roger Federer of Switzerland in the Men's Singles Tennis Gold Medal Match at the London 2012 Olympic Games

Publish Date: 2016-08-04 12:50:02


Sebastan Vettel

Ferrari can succeed despite James Allison exit says Sebastian Vettel. Ferrari can achieve success despite the departure of technical director James Allison, driver Sebastian Vettel says. The team announced on Wednesday that Allison was leaving, before this weekend's German Grand Prix. Vettel admitted the team faced "a big change", but added: "We have the right people on board. Things are heading in the right direction."

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Sebastian Vettel / Ferrari 059/5 turbo during the Canadian F1 Grand Prix at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.

Publish Date: 2016-07-29 14:06:09


Chris Froome

Chris Froome retains Tour de France lead after individual time trial repors BBC Sport. Britain's Chris Froome extended his lead in the Tour de France to one minute and 47 seconds by finishing second in the stage 13 time trial. Froome clocked 51 minutes and 18 seconds for the 37.5km stage from Bourg-Saint-Andeol to La Caverne du Pont-D'Arc, which Dutchman Tom Dumoulin won in 50 minutes and 15 seconds. Bauke Mollema finished sixth to go second in the overall standings.

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Chris Froome / Team Sky in the yellow leader's jersey during stage fifteen of the 2016 Le Tour de France from Bourg-En Bresse to Culoz

Publish Date: 2016-07-18 14:18:19


Andy Murray

'I'd love to be number one but it will be tough' says Andy Murray. I knew I must have achieved something special on Sunday because I got a hug from Ivan Lendl. It's usually just a handshake but for Wimbledon he makes an exception - and I think he might even have got a bit emotional. My mum was teasing him about it while we were on our way to the Champions' Ball, because a few people messaged us with Gifs zooming in on Ivan during the final - his eyes definitely looked a bit red and teary! I asked him: "Did you have a cry?" He said: "No, of course not. I've just got hay fever."

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Andy Murray shakes hands with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga following victory in the Men's Singles Quarter Finals match of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships

Publish Date: 2016-07-13 12:26:49


Mark Cavendish

Mark Cavendish chasing an historic 29th Tour stage win reports BBC Sport.

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Mark Cavendish / Team Dimension Data celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win Stage 1 of Le Tour de France 2016.

Publish Date: 2016-07-05 14:08:57


Dan Evans

Dan Evans can really play according to Andy Murray. Dan Evans might have made a few bad decisions in the past but he's always had the ability to play at the top level. I don't know if a switch went off in his head some time last year, but to go from being ranked below 700 to 91 in the world and playing Roger Federer on Centre Court is very impressive, and it only happens through hard work. It takes some people longer than others to work out how best to get there and he's on the right track now.

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Daniel Evans plays a forehand during this victory in the Men's Singles first round match of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships

Publish Date: 2016-07-01 10:39:51


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