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Moore taking the positives despite opening defeat

Charlotte Moore doubled down on ParalympicsGB’s prospects in women’s wheelchair basketball after a 73-54 loss to Canada in their Group A opener. The world silver medallists bossed the early stages, leading 29-26 at half-time, but a strong Canadian comeback consigned Great Britain to defeat at Musashino Sport Plaza in Tokyo. Simon Fisher’s side were left

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Women’s 4x100m relay team bag bronze in Tokyo

Team GB claimed women’s 4x100m Olympic bronze for the seventh time in their history. Asha Philip, Imani-Lara Lansiquot, Dina Asher-Smith and Daryll Neita set a 41.55 second British record in qualifying and while their handovers were not as slick, they had the speed to hold off their rivals. Jamaica and the USA streaked clear for

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Laura Muir secures brilliant silver

Laura Muir secured a brilliant silver as she finally cracked the big stage podium with a British record performance in Tokyo. Muir has been threatening this graduation for the last six years, finishing fifth, fourth and fifth over 1500m at the last three World Championships and seventh at the Rio Games five years ago. She

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