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Donald McRae

History stalks the torturers who drove Neil Aggett to suicide

The case against Neil Aggett’s interrogator could set an important precedent for restorative justice.

Too close to call, says McGrath

Legendary fast bowler Glenn McGrath feels the late appointment of Darren Lehmann could kick-start a change in fortunes for Australia.

How the Klopp keeps on ticking

The Borussia Dortmund manager talks hunting, shooting and hugging before the Champions League final at Wembley against Bayern Munich.

Usain Bolt is ready to strike again

Usain Bolt tells Donald McRae about his rivals for the crown, the horror of false starts and how he planned to make history in London.

Cycling legend left bruised by years in saddle

It is 25 years since Stephen Roche's triple win, but accusations of doping still haunt him, reports Donald McRae.

Kvitova’s crying game

The reigning queen of Wimbledon describes the emotions of her long journey to a place in history.

Money talks in the ring of hard knocks

Boxing is a breeze when you've had a life as tough as unbeaten boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Junior.

Battle for top spot begins

Why shouldn't England aspire to be the world's No 1, asks England coach Andy Flower as his team begin their Test series against the top-ranked Indians

‘Blade Runner’ aims for Olympics

Having felled the ruling that his 'legs' give him an unfair advantage, Oscar Pistorius is going for gold.

A Serge to the finish for ‘Le Secateur’

"You're going to make me cry now," Serge Betsen says with a crumpled smile as his battered rugby player's face creases.

Ben Johnson’s tell-all track to recovery

Twenty-nine years ago, in late September 1981, the most infamous story of corruption in world sport began.

‘I live in Europe but I sleep in Africa’

Cameroon captain Samuel Eto'o has travelled a long and tough road to achieve his dream of playing in a World Cup in Africa.

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