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Mexico City tries to break record for world's largest boxing class
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Yorkshire Cricket Club charged by ECB after probe into racism claims
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World Athletics calls for better air quality for Global Running Day
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Football fans gather in Seville ahead of Europa League final
Fans of Eintracht Frankfurt and Glasgow Rangers are gathering in the Spanish city of Seville ahead of Wednesday's final of the Europa League
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Snowsports stars let loose with flares in incredible display of skill and colour
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