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Farah to run Manchester 10k

26th Oct 2017
Farah to run Manchester 10k

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Athletics

Mo Farah will take on the Great Manchester Run next May following his second 26.2-mile race at the London Marathon.

Farah has announced his intentions to race in the popular Manchester 10,000 next spring, an event he first contested 10 years ago as a young 24-year-old. On that occasion, he finished third behind Kenyan Micah Kogo and Eritrean Zersenay Tadese. Since then the race has grown to become one of Europes largest 10,000 events.

The four-time Olympic champion most recently won a fourth consecutive Great North Run title in his first road race after hanging up his spikes to end an illustrious track career.

Football

Tansfer:  Arsène Wenger has admitted for the first time that Mesut Özil and Alexis Sánchez could be sold in January to ensure that Arsenal receive some money for the pair.

The star players are both out of contract at the end of the season and talks about new deals have been continuing for more than a year but are no closer to being agreed.

 World Cup Qualifiers: Egypt scored a 95th-minute penalty to beat Congo 2-1 in Alexandria and so reach the World Cup for the first time in over a quarter of a century.

Mohamed Salah was the Egyptian hero, scoring both goals in a win that qualified them for their third finals – and first since 1990.

The euphoria was intense since Arnold Bouka-Moutou had stunned the hosts when equalizing for Congo after 88 minutes. But the Egyptians’ World Cup hoodoo ended as Salah held his nerve late on.

Countries qualified so far
Team – (Method of qualification)
Russia (Host)
Brazil (CONMEBOL Round Robin winners)
Iran (AFC Third Round Group A winners)
Japan (AFC Third Round Group B winners)
Mexico (CONCACAF Fifth Round winners)
Belgium (UEFA Group H winners)
South Korea (AFC Third Round Group A runners-up)
Saudi Arabia (AFC Third Round Group B runners-up)
Germany (UEFA Group C winners)
England (UEFA Group F winners)
Spain (UEFA Group G winners)
Nigeria (CAF Third Round Group B winners)
Costa Rica (CONCACAF Fifth Round runners-up)
Poland (UEFA Group E winners)
Egypt (CAF Third Round Group E winners)
Iceland (UEFA Group I winners)
Serbia (UEFA Group D winners)
Portugal (UEFA Group B winners)
France (UEFA Group A winners)
Uruguay (CONMEBOL Round Robin runners-up)
Argentina (CONMEBOL Round Robin third place)
Colombia (CONMEBOL Round Robin fourth place)
Panama (CONCACAF Fifth Round third place)

Martial Arts

Muslim Medallist’s Tashkent Grand Prix 2017 (Tashkent, Uzbekistan)

Gold: Women: 48 kg – Urantsetseg Munkhbat (MGL)

Gold: Men- 100 kg – Ramadan Darwish (EGY)

Silver: Men 66kg – Kherlen Ganbold (MGL)

Silver: Men 81kg – Dagvasuren Nyamsuren (MGL)

Silver: Men 100kg – Niyaz Ilyasov (RUS)

Silver Men +100kg: Iurii Krakovetskii (KGZ)

Bronze: Men 100kg – Davronbek Sattorov (UZB)/Sherali Juraev (UZB)

Bronze: Men 73kg – Telman Valiyev (AZE) /Khikmatillokh Turaev (UZB)

Bronze: Men 81kg – Fagan Guluzada (AZE)

Bronze: Men 90kg – Yakhyo Imamov (UZB)

Bronze: Women 78kg – Anastasiya Dmitrieva (RUS)

Squash

US Open squash champions Ali Farag and Nour El Tayeb are the first husband and wife in sporting history to win the same major singles title on the same day. El Tayeb, 24, beat Raneem El Welily 3-2 in the women’s final on October 14. A few hours later, Farag, 25, beat Mohamed El Shorbagy 3-0 in the men’s final. They were the first major World Series titles for the Egyptian couple, who got married last year.

 

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