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Cameras out: Athletes savour the moment as they walk on stage in front of an audience of 8,000

Olympic stars’ knit to remember

AFTER two weeks competing in empty stadiums, Britain’s Olympians finally got the celebrations they deserved last night.

Up for the challenge: Storey faced many hurdles to be ready for Tokyo Up for the challenge: Storey faced many hurdles to be ready for Tokyo

Online track cycling helped me warm up for the Games

Says Dame Sarah Storey bidding for a 15th gold next week

Provisionally suspended: CJ Ujah Provisionally suspended: CJ Ujah

Ujah may pin drug test fail on bad labels

BRITISH Olympic sprinter CJ Ujah is expected to argue that a labelling error led to him unwittingly taking two banned substances before helping Team GB to a silver medal in the 4x100m relay.

Medal power: Yee in front of the modified mural in Brockley Medal power: Yee in front of the modified mural in Brockley

I want to be a world champ

Alex Yee made us proud with triathlon gold and silver medals, but he has unfinished business…

Bitter taste: CJ Ujah (left) is shocked that he tested positive for banned substances Bitter taste: CJ Ujah (left) is shocked that he tested positive for banned substances

I’m not a cheat insists medal winner

GREAT Britain sprinter CJ Ujah has denied cheating after breaking his silence over a positive drug test at the Tokyo Olympics.

Suspended: CJ Ujah Suspended: CJ Ujah

BOA chief: It’s tragic to strip Ujah pals of silver medals

IT is a ‘tragedy’ that every member of Team GB’s 4x100m relay team could lose their Olympic silver medals due to CJ Ujah’s alleged doping violation, says Britain’s Olympics chief.

Ujah: Drugs test said to be positive. Medals in doubt: The British team with Ujah (circled) Ujah: Drugs test said to be positive. Medals in doubt: The British team with Ujah (circled)

GB Olympic star in drug storm: Relay team could lose silver medals after doping allegations

TEAM GB could be stripped of one its Olympic medals after a sprinter was suspended for a suspected doping violation yesterday.

Provisionally suspended: British sprinter CJ Ujah Provisionally suspended: British sprinter CJ Ujah

Team GB sprinter CJ Ujah in drug storm

BRITISH sprinter CJ Ujah has been provisionally suspended for an alleged doping violation, just a week after winning a silver medal for Team GB in the 4x100m relay at the Olympics.

Hunting victory: Ali and Buttler celebrate Hunting victory: Ali and Buttler celebrate

Moeen: 230 run chase would be a tough ask

MARK WOOD gave England hope of winning the second Test against India at Lord’s — then left them fearing for his fitness after he injured his shoulder diving in the field.

Flying: an elated Wood jumps for joy after removing the stubborn Pujara Flying: an elated Wood jumps for joy after removing the stubborn Pujara

Fast and furious! Wood goes up a gear to put England on top

THE ball reared up out of nowhere on a pitch that had been dying by the over and penetrated an Indian wall in the form of Cheteshwar Pujara that had held firm against everything England could muster.

Ambush marketing: adverts for Charlie Sale's book outside Lord's Ambush marketing: adverts for Charlie Sale's book outside Lord's

Bumble at the Test

An amazing sight greeted me as I walked to the ground yesterday. A cyclist with huge billboards was circling the ground. It appeared to be an advert for a book about MCC in-fighting called The Covers Are Off by the one and only Charles Sale. Our legendary former columnist is still causing mayhem at Lord’s and he’s not even here.

Stubborn: Pujara is dismissed after a lengthy stint Stubborn: Pujara is dismissed after a lengthy stint

Top spin at the Test

MARK WOOD finished day four at Lord’s with a sore shoulder and figures of three for 40 — his best analysis in 13 home Tests.

Ton-derful Tim: David helps Surrey through to the Royal London Cup last four Ton-derful Tim: David helps Surrey through to the Royal London Cup last four

Hundred stars may feature in KO ties of 50-over cup

PLAYERS no longer involved in the Hundred will be permitted to participate in the knockout stage of the Royal London Cup from today following a controversial late rule call.

Enjoy him while you can: Joe Root is in fine form Enjoy him while you can: Joe Root is in fine form

This is Joe Root’s world, the rest of us are just living in it

WHEN Joe Root walked off on Saturday evening with an unbeaten 180 to his name, some wondered whether he might just have played his fifth-best innings of the year. As the millennial meme goes, it’s Root’s world — and we’re just living in it.

Edging ahead: Sam Curran celebrates the crucial wicket of Kohli Edging ahead: Sam Curran celebrates the crucial wicket of Kohli

Swearing and fired up... but Kohli fails to shine

VIRAT KOHLI couldn’t quite believe it, but then he rarely can. Shortly before lunch on the fourth day, as India tried to repair the damage caused by the cheap loss of their in-form openers, he fended at Sam Curran and was caught behind for 20. For a moment, time stood still. But then, with Kohli, it always does.

Musical chairs: Trusty Bairstow gets a half century Musical chairs: Trusty Bairstow gets a half century

Jonny still new kid in town

JONNY Bairstow is one of cricket’s curiosities: valued highly enough to play 76 Test matches for England but not to be given a settled role in the side.