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Athing Mu races to gold in women’s 800m as Keely Hodgkinson takes silver

Mu is first US winner since 1968, Raevyn Rogers takes bronze Hodgkinson wins Team GB’s first athletics medal of Games Athing Mu has raced to Olympic gold in the women’s 800m with Great Britain’s Keely Hodgkinson winning silver – Team GB’s first athletics medal of the Tokyo Games. Mu stormed home in a time of 1min 55.21sec to become... go to Article >

Tokyo Olympics: Athing Mu and Keely Hodgkinson usher in new era of middle-distance running

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American Mu took gold as fellow 19-year-old Hodgkinson claimed silver for Team GB in the women’s 800m read more

Keely Hodgkinson wins silver medal in 800m as Athing Mu takes dominant Olympic gold

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Jemma Reekie was pipped to bronze by American Raevyn Rogers in Tokyo read more

GB teenager Hodgkinson wins 800m silver

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Teenager Keely Hodgkinson wins 800m silver at the Olympic Games in a new British record of 1:55.88 as US star Athing Mu takes gold. read more

Dina Asher-Smith finds silver lining in Zurich final after Olympics heartbreak

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Sprinter second behind Elaine Thompson-Herah Britain’s Keely Hodgkinson wins 800m gold in Diamond League After a season drenched in tears and heartbreak, Dina Asher-Smith went toe-to-toe with the greatest women’s sprinter in history – and... read more

Garden villages fill me with despair | Letters

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Why build on green fields when there are plenty of brownfield sites crying out for development?The words “garden village” give rise in me to feelings of helplessness and despair. This was certainly the case after reading the article “Uproar in the... read more

The Observer view on US-Russia talks and tensions in Ukraine | Observer editorial

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Diplomatic talks calm tensions for now but Europe is left looking feeble and irrelevantTalks about the Ukraine crisis between senior US and Russian diplomats, held in Geneva at the end of last week, appear to have calmed tensions, at least for... read more

UFC 270: Francis Ngannou decisions Ciryl Gane to retain heavyweight title

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Ngannou keeps belt, Figueiredo reclaims title at UFC 270 Judges score fight 48-47, 48-47 and 49-46 for Ngannou Francis Ngannou retained his UFC heavyweight title with a surprising display of superior grappling in a unanimous-decision victory... read more

A local’s guide to Brighton: the best galleries, museums, restaurants and pubs

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Our writer swerves the tourists and shares her tips on the independent food and art scene, shopping and nights on the tiles Travel blogger Ellie Seymour ( has been based in Brighton for nearly 20 years. She is the author of the... read more

The Last Slave Ship review: the Clotilda, Africatown and a lasting American injustice

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Ben Raines offers a welcome and affecting history lesson about a dark moment in US history and how its legacy lingered In 1903, the African American comedic team of Bert Williams and George Walker appeared at Buckingham Palace, in celebration of... read more

The Brexit Falstaff can’t bluff his way through any longer | William Keegan

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Johnson is at the mercy of his cabinet. The trouble is, as Leavers, none of them will face up to our post-EU crisis eitherWay back in the mid-1960s, during a quiet summer, a former journalist turned public relations man persuaded the chairman of a... read more

Creative set: Fendi celebrates the Bloomsbury legacy

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The Bloomsbury Set may be better associated with the rolling Downs of the East Sussex countryside than the cobbled streets of Rome, yet as a new book by the Italian fashion house Fendi explores, the trailblazing creatives had intrinsic links with... read more