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Owain Eyeing The Classics After Maiden Stage Win In Europe

Owain Doull says his first ever stage win in Europe bodes well for the upcoming classics season. The Team Ineos rider produced a perfect ride on the final day of the Tour de La Provence on Sunday to take the win. Doull placed himself in a four-man breakaway, which held on to a strong advantage near the end of Stage Four from Provence to Aix-en-Provence. With the peloton unable to reel in the breakaway in the final stages, Doull took his chance to win the sprint for the line.

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Shaun's Stunning Success In Welsh Open Snooker Final

'The Magician' Takes Stranglehold Grip On Welsh Open Snooker Final Going Into Final Session In Cardiff

Evans On Top Of The World After Victory In Sweden

Elfyn Evans shares the lead of the FIA World Rally Championship tonight, after becoming the first British driver to win Rally Sweden. Before today, only six nationalities had won the traditional winter round of the series, with 64 victories out of 70 events going to either Swedish or Finnish drivers. Colin McRae came close by finishing second in 1992, but in a brilliant performance Evans led this year’s event from start to finish to leave Sweden tied at the top of the drivers’ standings with Thierry Neuville.

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Dai Greene Needs Wild Card Shot To Make Doha As Welsh Trio Come Up Just Short

A trio of Welsh athletes have fallen agonisingly short in last gasp bids to achieve the World Athletics Championships qualifying standards. Dai Greene, Bethan Davies and Ieuan Thomas, all needed to gain the qualifying times by midnight on Sunday in order to meet British Athletics' selection criteria for the Doha... Read More

Evan Hoyt Talks Wimbledon, Wildcards, And Learning The Winning Habit

As he prepares for his senior debut at Wimbledon, Evan Hoyt tells Owen Morgan how his doubles campaign can help fuel his ambition for continuing the climb up the world rankings. Still reeling from defeat in the biggest singles match of his senior career, Welsh tennis number one Evan Hoyt... Read More

Evan Hoyt's Wimbledon Dream Now Rests With Doubles Wild Card

Evan Hoyt’s dream of playing in the men’s singles at Wimbledon this year is over. Wales’ number one lost in straight sets to Brazil’s Rogerio Dutra Silva in the opening round of qualifying at Roehampton. But it was a desperately close battle which went against 24-year-old Hoyt as he lost 7-6,... Read More

Evan Hoyt Wins Wimbledon Shot . . . And Is Three Wins From Round One

Evan Hoyt has been given a wildcard into Wimbledon men’s singles qualifying for the first time. The Welsh number one has been given entry to play in next week’s event at Roehampton from where he could make the All England Championships for the first time as a senior. Hoyt has... Read More

Etheridge, Manga and Hoilett On Long-Haul Flights For International Duty

Goalkeeper Neil Etheridge, centre-half Bruno Manga and winger Junior Hoilett have travelled far and wide for the international break. They are among 13 Cardiff City players called up by their national teams. Etheridge, Manga and Hoilett travel more than 30,000 miles between them before arriving back in Cardiff for City's Championship... Read More