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Roland Garros will welcome the world's best tennis players for the second major of the year with former champions Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka among the favourites following Roger Federer's decision to withdraw.
The Brummie presenter also talks about missing her mom
Six men will head to St Louis on June 18 with a chance to walk away with the Money in the Bank briefcase, only one will be successful.
Vivien Ryder, 51, on how yoga is good for both the mind and body
I took up ashtanga yoga in 2002, just after the death of my dad. My mum bought me a book token for my birthday and had written “love from Mum – and I’m sure Dad too”. I wanted this “parting gift” to be something that would help me remember him. I was in Waterstones and a book called Power Yoga by Beryl Bender Birch grabbed my attention immediately. That book changed my life. I’ve not stopped practising yoga since.
There are many forms of yoga, but ashtanga is one of the most physical. It involves a set series of movements – the same every time – which takes just over an hour to complete. (Though some days, if I haven’t got time, I’ll just do what I can.) You’re either holding a posture for five deep breaths, or moving into the next one. That’s what appealed to me about ashtanga: once you start, you move right to the finish.Continue reading...
Gamers across the world will battle each other to discover the ultimate ‘champion of champions’ Written By: Joel Campbell
LEWIS APPIAGYEI is already the world record holder for setting the fastest time on the Gran Turismo racing sim and now he has set his sights on becoming the world’s fastest gamer.
Set to take part in the world’s most intense and demanding competition for virtual racers Appiagyei, 13, has viewed the competition as a pathway into Formula One.
Brendan Rodgers says Celtic striker Moussa Dembele is available for Saturday's Scottish Cup final after a hamstring problem.
Neal Stote aims to cause a ballot box shock
Aged nearly three, Alex Hanscombe saw his mother, Rachel Nickell, murdered in front of him. It was a case that shocked the nation. Anna Moore meets him and his father, André, and finds, after 25 years, that they have a remarkable bond
A young mother ambling across Wimbledon Common with her dog and her young son on a perfect July morning in 1992. A frenzied attack from an unknown assailant. A media circus. A botched police investigation.
The murder of Rachel Nickell was one of the most high-profile crimes of the last few decades. Her name conjures an instant picture of her blond hair and laughing face. The names and faces of her young son – who witnessed the attack – and her bereft partner, Alex and André Hanscombe, are probably less familiar, which is just as they wanted it. Unable to live in the spotlight, they left the UK just months later to begin again. Now, 25 years later, side by side in a hotel bar in sunny Barcelona, smiling, relaxed, this tight father and son team seems a kind of miracle.Continue reading...
Vigilance is urged over the first bank holiday weekend with the threat to the UK at its highest level.
The former Spice Girls star and her estranged husband are headed for a nasty divorce.