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The first athletes selected for this summer’s European Athletics Championships have been confirmed with 10 marathon runners set to compete in Munich this August. Trials winner Becky Briggs leads the women’s team as she targets the Championships in Germany later in the summer.

The City of Hull athlete clocked a PB of 2:29.04 at the Manchester Marathon to secure the British vest, having previously competed for GB & NI at the World Cross Country Championships and World Half Marathon Championships in recent years.

Olympic pole vault bronze medallist and British record holder Holly Bradshaw will be up against world class competition as she gets her 2022 season underway at the Müller Birmingham Diamond League at the Alexander Stadium on Saturday 21 May.

Olympic champion, Katie Nageotte (USA) will be joined by compatriot and World Indoor champion, Sandi Morris and the Olympic champion from Rio, Katerina Stefanidi (GRE) meaning four of the current top five world ranked female pole-vaulters will battle it out for the first Diamond League points of the season in Birmingham.

Olympic gold medallist and Laureus Academy Member Missy Franklin surprised youngsters from an inner-city baseball programme at Wrigley Field today, presenting them with an honour which puts them alongside their sporting heroes as winners of a Laureus World Sports Award. Five-time Olympic gold medal winning swimmer Missy Franklin was joined by the Executive Chairman of the Chicago Cubs, Tom Ricketts to present Lost Boyz Inc. with the 2022 Laureus Sport for Good Award.

Three of the UK’s most exciting artists will support the opening round of the brand new eSkootr Championship (eSC) at Printworks London as part of eSC - The Party, which is included in the ticketholder experience for Saturday 14 May.
British singer songwriter, Lady Leshurr, will be joined by DJ Anz and DJ La La when eSC races into town at the iconic South East London cultural destination.

Leicester Riders have been crowned back-to-back BBL Championship winners following their away victory over Plymouth City Patriots, 60-77. The Riders needed just one more win, or one more London loss, heading into their clash with the Patriots, and thanks to another stellar performance from reigning MVP Geno Crandall, who posted a near triple-double with 25 points, eight rebounds and seven assists, Leicester were finally able to capture their sixth league title after initially being denied the opportunity last Friday.