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Senior Sports Writer and Columnist — Guardian
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Senior sports writer and columnist at the Guardian. Formerly sports editor of t.co/xt4fHUrbtd and father of Football Weekly

Jessica Ennis-Hill wants 2011 silver medal upgrade after Tatyana Chernova ban

theguardian.com — Jessica Ennis-Hill has appealed to the International Association of Athletics Federations to upgrade her silver medal from the 2011 world championships in Daegu to gold following her Russian rival Tatyana Chernova's positive drug test in January.

Jessica Ennis-Hill: this is my hardest challenge ever. My life is so different now

theguardian.com — After the birth, the rebirth. Jessica Ennis-Hill has not competitively hurled, hopped or hurdled for nearly for two years because of injuries, pregnancy and the arrival of her son, Reggie. As she prepares for her comeback the Olympic heptathlon champion says that while motherhood has changed her, delighted her - and, yes, exhausted her - it has not softened her competitive edge.

Jessica Ennis-Hill announces she will compete at July’s Anniversary Games

theguardian.com — Jessica Ennis-Hill has announced that she will return to the Olympic Stadium, the scene of her heptathlon gold medal triumph at London 2012, to compete in this summer's Anniversary Games.

Alan Pardew deserves credit, and not just for revival at Crystal Palace

theguardian.com — So, Alan Pardew must be reflecting after the 4-1 thumping of Sunderland, this is what it feels like to be accepted. Loved, even. Your fans worshipping you with sun-kissed oratorios. Your players swallowing your percolation of managerial nous and management speak. And your team soaring up the league, from the relegation zone to the outskirts of the top 10.

Boat race viewing figures delight BBC as they average more than five million

theguardian.com — The BBC say they were delighted with provisional figures that suggest the first women's boat race to be broadcast live on TV was watched by nearly five million people. Saturday's race, which was won by Oxford by 6 1/2 lengths from Cambridge, was watched by 4.8 million people, with 6.2 million tuning in to watch the men's boat race, also won by Oxford by 6 1/2 lengths, an hour later.

Oxford’s women row into boat race history

theguardian.com — It was a historic day, when the women's boat race was staged over the same stretch of the Thames as the men for the first time - and also broadcast live for the first time. So it was appropriate that the winning Oxford boat was called Catalyst.

Why football’s talent ID needs more than a calendar and a ruler

theguardian.com — A few days ago James Bunce, the head of sport science at the Premier League, asked this simple question to a roomful of coaches: what chance does an under-nine who joins a Premier League club's academy have of graduating to its first team?

Mike Ford turns to rugby league’s chaos theory to fine-tune Bath’s attack

theguardian.com — "We were concentrating on chaos attack," says Mike Ford, a glint in the Bath coach's eye, as he explains why his players spent two days training with Wigan's rugby league squad in midweek. "That's an attack from a turnover or when the opponents kick the ball to you - and rugby league does it better than anyone."

Claudia Fragapane hopes to floor rival gymnasts at British championships

theguardian.com — Only seven months have passed since Claudia Fragapane cartwheeled into the nation's hearts at the Commonwealth Games - her tiny 4ft 6in frame twirling like a wand through each routine; her victory smiles carrying enough wattage to light up Glasgow - by winning four artistic gymnastic gold medals.

Mo Farah’s half-marathon record is not European claims former athlete

theguardian.com — The Spaniard who lost his European half-marathon record to Mo Farah on Sunday says that what Farah has broken "is the record for Somalia". Fabian Roncero, who held the previous European record for 13.1 miles before Farah broke it by 20 seconds in winning the Lisbon half marathon in 59min 32sec, also claimed that none of Farah's European records from the 1500m to the half-marathon should be considered valid.
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Apr 17, 2015

RT @adam_peaty: Can't believe I just got the World Record for the 100m! And the first man ever under 58 seconds! Thanks for all you support!

Apr 16, 2015

RT @JazRignall: It's ZZAP! 64's 30th birthday this week. Can't believe it's been three decades since the first issue. Great memories! pic.twitter.com/dbGImua0oh

Apr 16, 2015

Really enjoying chatting to @J_Ennis, who was fascinating on motherhood, her goals for Rio, KJT, and drugs cheats twitter.com/guardian_sport…

Apr 15, 2015

RT @ianprior: Revealed: Former Bradford City chairman linked to at least eight fires before Valley Parade disaster theguardian.com/football/2015/…

Apr 15, 2015

@OmarChaudhuri Indeed! And remember Liverpool had signed Craig Johnson the year before for £600,000. £400,000 for Platini - what a bargain!

Apr 15, 2015

Randomly found this in Guardian from 1982: proof that Wenger nearly signing Zlatan, Messi, Ronaldo etc is nothing new pic.twitter.com/Usj5NWTIsg

Apr 14, 2015

@MissEmmaPaton Shame! Hoping to get to a fair few this summer, including Gotzis and some DL. Oh, and good luck with your season ...

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