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Dylan Hughes wins silver medal for Team Scotland

North Berwick’s Dylan Hughes remained composed in the heat of the Bahamas to win Scotland’s first-ever Commonwealth Youth Games cycling medal.

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Emily Ritchie celebrates her win

Broxburn judoka Emily Ritchie grabs gold for Scotland in Bahamas

Broxburn’s Emily Ritchie from West Lothian admitted it was an “amazing feeling” to win the first gold medal for Team Scotland at the Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas.

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Judy Murray shared this image of the rebranded store on Twitter. Picture: Twitter/JudyMurray

Morrisons at Wimbledon rebrands to honour Jamie Murray

Morrisons at Wimbledon has rebranded as ‘Murriwins’ to celebrate Jamie Murray’s doubles victory at SW19.

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Grace Reid and  Katherine Torrance compete in the women's 3m springboard synchro final. Pic: Getty Images

Edinburgh’s Grace Reid just misses out on World Diving medal

Edinburgh Diving Club’s Grace Reid finished fifth with partner Katherine Torrance in the 3m synchro event at the World Championships in Budapest yesterday.

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Kevin Moran and Doug Kempsell celebrte their win

Edinburgh squash duo shock world champions to win doubles title

Edinburgh’s Doug Kempsell and Kevin Moran pulled off a superb win over world champions Alan Clyne and Greg Lobban to secure the Scottish Doubles Championship title at Scotstoun, Glasgow.

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James Heatly of Great Britain competes during the Men's Diving 1M Springboard final on day three of the Budapest 2017 FINA World Championships. Pic: Getty Images

James Heatly sets new PB as he finishes ninth in Budapest

Capital diver James Heatly finished ninth in the 1m springboard final at the World Championships in Budapest with a personal best score yesterday.

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Jamie Murray (L) and Switzerland's Martina Hingis hold their mixed doubles winners trophies aloft. Picture: Getty

Wimbledon 2017: Jamie Murray & Martina Hingis triumph in final

Jamie Murray won a battle of Britain at Wimbledon as he and Martina Hingis overcame Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen to secure the mixed doubles title.

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Alfie Hewett (left) and Gordon Reid celebrate beating Stephane Houdet and Nicolas Peifer in themen's wheelchair doubles final at Wimbledon. Picture: Adam Davy/PA Wire

Scotland’s Gordon Reid retains Wimbledon wheelchair doubles title

Scotland’s Gordon Reid and partner Alfie Hewett landed the Wimbledon wheelchair men’s doubles title in thrilling fashion.

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Garbine Muguruza of Spain celebrates victory after the Ladies Singles final against Venus Williams. Picture: Shaun Botterill/Getty Images

Garbine Muguruza defeats Venus Williams to triumph at Wimbledon

Garbine Muguruza won a battle of the generations by thrashing Venus Williams to secure her first Wimbledon title.

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Emma Waldie, above, and Jennifer Lee, below, attended Queensferry High School together

Emma Waldie and Jennifer Lee ready to hit beach in the Bahamas

Local duo Emma Waldie and Jennifer Lee will team up to represent Scotland as beach volleyball is played for the first time at the upcoming Commonwealth Youth Games.

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Sir Chris Hoy shared a photo of his son, Callum, two, on his first bike.

Sir Chris Hoy’s son takes to the saddle

It is a heartwarming video of a childhood rite of passage, but if the genes are to be believed, it could also prove to be the world’s first glimpse of a future sporting superstar.

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Andy Murray has won praise from Serena Williams. Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Serena Williams: ‘We love Andy Murray’

Serena Williams has declared her love for Andy Murray and said all female athletes should back the British tennis player.

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Andy Murray wasn't happy with the way a reporter phrased his question during yesterday's press conference. Picture: PA

Andy Murray earns praise for calling out ‘casual sexism’

Andy Murray has been praised for calling out a reporter’s remark that has been classed as “casual sexism” and “ignorant”.

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Andy Murray salutes the Centre Court crowd after losing to Sam Querrey

Andy Murray to ‘look at next step’ as injury ends title defence

And so it’s over. Biting his hand to quell the pain – both physical and emotional – Andy Murray’s troublesome year continued on Centre Court as the hip problem that plagued his Wimbledon preparation finally got the better of him.

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Who will the winners at Musselburgh be tomorrow? Pic: TSPL

Dominating is horse to back as racing returns at Musselburgh

Dominating has climbed more than a stone in the ratings this summer and can continue on the upgrade by winning at Musselburgh on Friday evening.

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James Heatly, back row centre, and Grace Reid, front row centre, are in Budapest with Great Britain

Capital divers Grace Reid and James Heatly set for Worlds

Edinburgh Diving Club duo Grace Reid and James Heatly are in great shape ahead of the World Championships that begin in Budapest tomorrow, according to their coach Nick Robinson-Baker.

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Andy Murray shows his frustration during defeat to Sam Querrey at Wimbledon. Picture: John Walton/PA Wire

Wimbledon 2017: Injured Andy Murray exits to Sam Querrey

Andy Murray’s fitness issues reared their ugly head as the defending champion exited Wimbledon at the quarter-final stage, losing in five sets to American Sam Querrey, 3-6, 6-4, 6-7, 6-1, 6-1.

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Wimbledon 2017: Andy Murray confident ahead of Sam Querrey test

Andy Murray will need to repel a barrage of hostile deliveries to keep his Wimbledon title defence alive.

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