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Name: Guardian Staff
Date registered: June 7, 2014
URL: http://www.theguardian.com/football/western-sydney-wanderers

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  1. Chris Froome: winning a fourth Tour de France would be ‘incredible’ – video — June 23, 2017
  2. Lions must be ‘bold and courageous’ against All Blacks, says Gatland – video — June 22, 2017
  3. Why do track runners and cyclists always race anti-clockwise? — June 21, 2017
  4. Warren Gatland on Lions’ win: ‘Some guys put their hands up’ – video — June 20, 2017
  5. Lions looking for ‘real positivity’ before New Zealand Test series – video — June 19, 2017

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Jun 23

Chris Froome: winning a fourth Tour de France would be ‘incredible’ – video

The Tour de France favourite Chris Froome says winning another yellow jersey would be ‘incredible’ but admits 2017 could be his most challenging Tour yet with fewer mountain-top finishes and shorter time-trial stages. Froome has won the last two editions of the Tour, as well as the 2013 race. Only four cyclists have ever won the Tour de France more than three times

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Jun 22

Lions must be ‘bold and courageous’ against All Blacks, says Gatland – video

British & Irish Lions head coach Warren Gatland wants his side to play with positivity and flair in the first Test against the All Blacks on Saturday. Speaking on Thursday in Auckland, Gatland says his team must be ‘courageous and bold’ if they are to challenge the world champions at Eden Park, a venue where New Zealand have not lost since July 1994  

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Jun 21

Why do track runners and cyclists always race anti-clockwise?

The long-running series in which readers answer other readers’ questions on subjects ranging from trivial flights of fancy to profound scientific concepts

All running/cycling circuits require competitors to race in an anti-clockwise direction. Does this date back to classical times? What would happen if you made the same competitors race clockwise?

Peter White, Bath

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Jun 20

Warren Gatland on Lions’ win: ‘Some guys put their hands up’ – video

An impressive 34-6 win over the Chiefs provided the British and Irish Lions with a timely confidence boost in their final match before the first Test in Auckland on Saturday. Jack Nowell scored two tries, while Jared Payne finished off a superb team ef…

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Jun 19

Lions looking for ‘real positivity’ before New Zealand Test series – video

Andy Farrell insists the British & Irish Lions’ tour additions are blending seamlessly into the squad, as all six of them are among the replacements for the game against the Chiefs on Tuesday. Rory Best will captain the largely shadow side, with Elliot Daly and Liam Williams among those most likely to sneak into the Test squad. Flanker James Haskell hopes that a midweek win will generate some ‘real positivity’ before the three-match series with the All Blacks which gets under way on Saturday

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Jun 19

Brooks Koepka: ‘I don’t think I ever got nervous’ – video

Brooks Koepka insisted that nerves played no part as he equalled the US Open’s lowest winning score of 16 under par to claim his first major in challenging conditions in Wisconsin. Three straight birdies from the 14th hole saw him fend off his closest rivals and capture the title by a two-shot margin. It was the seventh consecutive major to be won by a first-time champion

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Jun 15

It’s official! Mayweather and McGregor to fight – video

The long-touted fight between UFC star Conor McGregor and the multi-division boxing champion Floyd Mayweather is set for 26 August in Las Vegas. UFC president Dana White and Mayweather Promotions boss Leonard Ellerbe held a joint press conference to go…

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Jun 13

Jonny Bairstow set to replace Jason Roy for Champions Trophy semi – video

Eoin Morgan suggests that Jonny Bairstow is in line to replace the struggling Jason Roy at the top of the England batting order for the Champions Trophy semi-final against Pakistan. Roy has found runs hard to come by so far this summer and England captain Morgan says that all selection decisions will be made in order to give his side the best change of victory. He goes on to praise Bairstow saying he is a ‘fantastic batsman’

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Jun 11

Ben Stokes century seals England victory over Australia – video highlights

England’s Ben Stokes helped seal a 240-4 victory against Australia’s 277-9 on Saturday, ensuring Australia’s exit from the ICC Champions Trophy. England needed 278 to win, with a partnership between Eoin Morgan and Ben Stokes vaulting them towards the finish line. The margin of victory was dictated by the DLS method after rain halted play in Birmingham

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Jun 10

Ostapenko produces stunning comeback to win French Open title – video

Jelena Ostapenko produces a stunning comeback to defeat the favourite, Simona Halep, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 in the French Open final. In only her eighth grand slam event, she is the youngest woman to win the trophy since Iva Majoli of Croatia in 1997, the first…

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Jun 09

Rafael Nadal beats Dominic Thiem to reach French Open final – video

Rafael Nadal is one win away from an unprecedented 10th title at the French Open after dominating his semi-final against Dominic Thiem on Friday. Thiem went into the match fresh from his stunning upset of defending champion Novak Djokovic and looking for a second successive win against Nadal. But Nadal was too good and heads into Sunday’s final against Stan Wawrinka having not dropped a set in the tournament after a 6-3 6-4 6-0 victory

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Jun 08

Diego Costa says he will leave Chelsea after text message from Conte – video

Chelsea striker Diego Costa reveals that Antonio Conte recently messaged him to say he will not feature in his plans at the club next season. Speaking following Spain’s 2-2 draw with Colombia on Wednesday night Costa says he will leave the club after the message from Conte. He adds that a move back to former side Atlético Madrid would be difficult given the club’s transfer ban

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Jun 05

Real Madrid celebrate at Bernabéu after Champions League win – video

Real Madrid received a heroes’ welcome at the Bernabéu after becoming the first club in the Champions League era to successfully defend the title. Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice in their 4-1 win over Juventus in Cardiff on Saturday, to give Madrid their third Champions League title in four years and a first Liga and European Cup double since 1958

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Jun 01

Police footage shows Tiger Woods failing sobriety test before arrest – video

Police in Florida have released dashcam footage of Tiger Woods’ arrest for driving while under the influence. The video shows officers approach the car and Woods, who didn’t know where he was. The footage also shows Woods stumble and sway through a field sobriety test before being arrested.

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May 29

Tiger Woods arrested on drink-driving charges – video

Tiger Woods, the 14-time major championship-winning golfer, has been arrested on drink-driving charges close to his home in Florida. It’s the latest in a long line of incidents which have plagued the career of the former world No 1, and the second time he has been arrested for his conduct behind the wheel

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May 27

Arsène Wenger remains coy over future after FA Cup win – video

Arsène Wenger, straight after leading Arsenal to a club record 13th win, as well as breaking the record for most FA Cup wins as a manager with his seventh, kept his cards close to his chest as he was questioned over his future. Wenger maintained that the only ones who will decide his future are the Arsenal board and himself

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