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It all got a bit too much for Wales fan Jamie Collins. BBC Images

Here’s why watching sport makes you cry

Football, cricket, athletics, rugby – whatever the sport, the tears are never far away, for both the stars and the spectators.
Bolivia midfielder Jhasmani Campos deflects a pass from Argentina forward Sergio Aguero. Reuters

What Copa America means for race relations in an era of Trump

To celebrate 100 years of football’s oldest international competition, South American fans have flocked north, sticking two fingers up to Donald Trump.
Caster Semenya was withdrawn from competition in 2009 on the basis that her higher-than-normal testosterone level conferred a performance advantage. Reuters/Mike Hutchings

Fair play at the Olympics: testosterone and female athletes

Until recently, women with higher-than-expected testosterone levels were declared ineligible to take part in track and field athletics.
France’s Olivier Giroud (right), Paul Pogba, Laurent Koscielny and Antoine Griezmann train for Euro 16. REUTERS

Will Les Bleus boost France at Euro 2016?

France's performance at Euro 16 could provide the country with a much needed boost – if its footballers can stand up to the test, that is.
Reigning World Cup winners Germany will prove hard to beat at this year’s European football championships. Reuters/Darren Staples

Speed networking: how to win Euro 2016

Based on goals scored at the 2014 World Cup, goals emerge when teams develop small and rapid passing networks comprising only a few players.

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