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to share her experience as she plans her wedding. preet�*s story of grit and determination has travelled across the world, getting international coverage. her goal is to try to inspire as many people as possible from all different backgrounds to take on challenges they never knew they were capable of. preet says she will continue to smash glass ceilings and change the image of the arctic explorer. frankie mccamley, bbc news. time for a look at the weather. here is stav. hi there. after that cold frosty start, we saw a lot more sunshine, and cloud further north. tonight, temperatures will plummet again, certainly where skies are clear. towards the end of the night, more cloud rolls under the south—west. an area of high pressure brings a
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stagnant air. very little wind to speak of, said the mist and fog continues to develop two central, southern and eastern areas overnight. more cloud into western areas, some cloud just getting into south—western parts of england and on toward south wales by the end of the night. temperatures may lift a bit here, but another cold one with frost and fog, is a mention. we start the weekend with misty merck and some fog across central and eastern parts. there will be fog around, but through the day, quite a bit of cloud through the country. some area seeing the best of the sunshine, centraland some area seeing the best of the sunshine, central and northern parts of england, north—east scotland, and further south and west, more cloud. a bit more of a breeze, so the air quality should be better across the south—east than today, temperatures 5-9. south—east than today, temperatures 5—9. some changes into part two of the weekend. this weather from sinking southwards will bring a band of cloud and rain across england and where is, which should push its way south east across the day. behind it, brighterwith south east across the day. behind it, brighter with some sunshine and
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showers, but a windy day. blustery for many, when the across the north of scotland. gust here up to around 50-60, of scotland. gust here up to around 50—60, closer to of scotland. gust here up to around 50—60, closerto16—21 of scotland. gust here up to around 50—60, closer to 16—21 further south. so a breezy day, but the air quality should be much better. temperatures should be 10—11, pretty much what we looked at for this time of year. it stays fine and settled into next week as well. clive. stav, thank you. that's it. goodbye from me. now, the news where you are. have a very good evening.
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hello and welcome to sportsday — another dramatic day in court to see if novak djokovc can take to the court at the australian open after his australian visa was cancelled for a second time a swashbuckling century for travis head helps australia take hold of day one of the final ashes test in hobart and financial backing for cricket could be cut — the ecb is told it will be held to account if they "don't demonstrate progress" on eradicating "deep—seated racism"
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if they fail to be those targets then they should be a stop. also coming up in the programme... we hearfrom the england netball head coach ahead of a series which will see them battle against the best teams in the world... and we meet team gb�*s sole luge representative for the beijing winter olympics — rupert staudinger is the 18th athlete to be selected for next month's games it has been another dramatic day for tennis and the men's world number one, novak djokoivc who has had his australian visa withdrawn for a second time with the three days to go before the 20 time grand slam champion is due to start the defence of his australian open title.
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djokovic was initially detained after arriving in australia on january the 6th but then released four days later after a judge said the correct proceedure had not been followed. the controversy surrounds his medical exemption paperwork with djokovic confirming that he is unvaccinated. in a statement today, the immigration minister alex hawke said he had exercised his power "to cancel the visa held by mr novak djokovic on health and good order grounds, on the basis that it was in the public interest to do so". an emergency late—night court hearing on friday ruled that djokovic cannot be deported while the appeal proceedings are happening. what next? our correspondent natalie pirks has more... on the court is where he is at his brilliant best. but a federal court can now decide he stayed in
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australia this weekend. novak djokovic's final thrill of the dice. the news broke at 6pm on friday in australia and was headline news. just moments ago the immigration minister has cancelled novak djokovic's visa. his minister has cancelled novak djokovic's visa.— minister has cancelled novak djokovic's visa. his lawyers were reportedly _ djokovic's visa. his lawyers were reportedly told _ djokovic's visa. his lawyers were reportedly told he _ djokovic's visa. his lawyers were reportedly told he faces - djokovic's visa. his lawyers were reportedly told he faces the - reportedly told he faces the petition for a second time just 20 minutes before the immigration minister made a public statement. his lawyer said the basis for revoking the visa was that it could excite anti—vaccination sentiment but that is irrational. they have appealed but their chances appear slim. djokovic is in a hotel tonight but tomorrow we head back into detention until sunday for his fate would be decided once and for all in federal court. his former coach believes this has been a bad luck for australia and no one is above the law. it for australia and no one is above the law. ., .,
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for australia and no one is above the law. ., .,, for australia and no one is above the law. ., ., .,~ the law. it looks that way was novak d'okovic the law. it looks that way was novak djokovic was — the law. it looks that way was novak djokovic was used _ the law. it looks that way was novak djokovic was used was _ the law. it looks that way was novak djokovic was used was unfortunate l the law. it looks that way was novakj djokovic was used was unfortunate if we use in a political way and we don't have a chance. he we use in a political way and we don't have a chance.— we use in a political way and we don't have a chance. he has had len of don't have a chance. he has had plenty of unforced _ don't have a chance. he has had plenty of unforced errors - don't have a chance. he has had l plenty of unforced errors recently including his admission that he failed to isolate and attended an interview while knowing he had covid—i9. the reigning australian open champion could face a three year binderfrom open champion could face a three year binder from australia the country he's enjoyed great success in winning the tournament nine times understandably feelings in serbia and australia are running high. mr; and australia are running high. my soul and australia are running high. h soul is and australia are running high. m: soul is hurting. he and australia are running high. m; soul is hurting. he did not deserve this treatment. he has a great personality and above all a great sportsman. to go through all of this i don't think it's right at all. i think it was pretty messed up what they did _ think it was pretty messed up what they did but it's unfortunate it
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will be playing in the tournament. i think everyone else can follow liberals — think everyone else can follow liberals like _ think everyone else can follow liberals like auntie? _ think everyone else can follow liberals like auntie? .- think everyone else can follow liberals like auntie? . determining if due to start _ liberals like auntie? . determining if due to start on _ liberals like auntie? . determining if due to start on monday - liberals like auntie? . determining if due to start on monday and - liberals like auntie? . determining if due to start on monday and he l liberals like auntie? . determining l if due to start on monday and he the number one seed. for the players there is of the ongoing saga. it seems like it's dragged on for a long time now and not great for the tennis and not great for the australian open and not great for no and obviously a lot of people criticised in the government here as well so it's not good. djokovic's shot at a record 2ist grand slam but have to wait until the french open in me that is if you've allowed in. there were many obstacles in his life and _ there were many obstacles in his life and he — there were many obstacles in his life and he overcame them all. if a bil life and he overcame them all. if a big one _ life and he overcame them all. if a big one but — life and he overcame them all. if a big one but if he wants to continue playing _ big one but if he wants to continue playing on— big one but if he wants to continue playing on the tennis toy i think he needs to _ playing on the tennis toy i think he needs to change and asked me honest
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opinion _ needs to change and asked me honest opinion the _ needs to change and asked me honest oinion. ,., needs to change and asked me honest oinion. . , ., opinion. the border policies are some of the _ opinion. the border policies are some of the toughest _ opinion. the border policies are some of the toughest the - opinion. the border policies are some of the toughest the world number one may find that he his match. well wihle novak djokovic is arguing his case in a legal court and the court of public opinion, andy murray has been having more success on the tennis courts of sydney. the sa—year—old, three time grand slam champion, has reached an atp final for the first time since 2019. murray came from a set down to beat the world number 25th reilly opelka, 6-7 6-4 6-4. it could have been an all british final but dan evans lost to the top seed aslan karatsev in the other semifinal. you can watch murray versus karatsev on the bbc red button, iplayer, app and website two british players have come the final round of qualifying to book their places in the main draw of the australian open. harriet dart is through to the first round in melbourne for the third time in four years. and liam broady has also reached the main draw of the australian open
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for the very first time meaning there are seven british players in the first round of the singles draw. the final ashes test may be being played in a new venue in hobart but after an action packed first day, we're in a rather familiar situation, with an incredibly impressive century from travis head helping australia to a strong position at the close of play. but england did make a good start to day one. joe wilson reports. all this time waiting imagining and hoping for an australian collapse. he chose to ball and the conditions held. tormented england with 44 having been dropped on zero. he then engineered his own personal collapse. very odd, but not decisive
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because next came travis as he excelled so england wilted. warning him he must be fitter. with cameron adding muscle and runs, the resources it seemed the point of exhaustion and maybe they are. at least they took and australia will resume 241, england by best began rampant and they are now hanging on. england's bowlers made a positive start, particularly ollie robinson who took the wickets of both david warner and steve smith without either getting any runs, but england's fast this was an opening day that swung one way and that the other. england one way and that the other. england on top initially having won the toss and they had australia at 12—3 but then a century really swung the pendulum back in australia and they
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closed the day six wickets down but with over 240 runs on the board. so an opportunity missed perhaps for england in the world cup winner with england in the world cup winner with england watching on the test match special, what you make of it? than special, what you make of it? an entertaining day of test cricket england — entertaining day of test cricket england started out really well and they really set the town and australia were 12 for three and then they came — australia were 12 for three and then they came out and counterattacked and they— they came out and counterattacked and they had everything and they were _ and they had everything and they were so_ and they had everything and they were so and they really struggled. i stare _ were so and they really struggled. i stare up _ were so and they really struggled. i stare up at — were so and they really struggled. i stare up at the pressure back onto england _ stare up at the pressure back onto england and it was make england lost their heads so it was an opportunity missed _ their heads so it was an opportunity missed |t— their heads so it was an opportunity missed. ~ ~' ., their heads so it was an opportunity missed. ~' ~ ., ._ missed. it felt like the kind of day rate was england _ missed. it felt like the kind of day rate was england and _ missed. it felt like the kind of day rate was england and the - missed. it felt like the kind of day i rate was england and the scoreboard is flying along and australia completely turned it around. it was a funny day — completely turned it around. it was a funny day of— completely turned it around. it was a funny day of test _ completely turned it around. it was a funny day of test cricket. - completely turned it around. it was a funny day of test cricket. it - completely turned it around. it was a funny day of test cricket. it was. | a funny day of test cricket. it was. it england right to be realistic it was an opportunity missed but they took the score at the end of the day and had we had set it at the start of the place and it's one of those where it was a strange day of
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cricket and we missed a couple of hours because of the rain or an hour because of the rain so it was one of those days for england but australia will be happy and england and it's a bit disappointed and as you say it was an opportunity missed. icredit was an opportunity missed. credit has to no was an opportunity missed. credit has to go to _ was an opportunity missed. credit has to go to travis, _ was an opportunity missed. credit has to go to travis, he _ was an opportunity missed. credit has to go to travis, he played - has to go to travis, he played brilliantly. it was eventually chance less. to brilliantly. it was eventually chance less.— brilliantly. it was eventually chance less. ., ., chance less. to come out with the ressure chance less. to come out with the pressure he _ chance less. to come out with the pressure he was _ chance less. to come out with the pressure he was under _ chance less. to come out with the pressure he was under as - chance less. to come out with the pressure he was under as well- chance less. to come out with the pressure he was under as well he | pressure he was under as well he missed the previous test match because he had covid—19 and australia had so much pressure he had to rebuild but he played aggressively and the counterattack worked beautifully for him. this will be a very — worked beautifully for him. this will be a very different looking series if england can win this game. it's a different.— it's a different. england will be hoinr it's a different. england will be heping they — it's a different. england will be heping they can _ it's a different. england will be hoping they can borrow - it's a different. england will be l hoping they can borrow australia altered in the first couple of hours tomorrow and the sun comes down and we get out of it and hopefully it turns into a batting picture. we heard it would would be freezing cold but in it's been rainy but generally lovely. brilliant to be here england will be desperate to get those wickets in the morning session and get packing and put on the title. a uk parliamentary report
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on racism in cricket has been published and has warned that the sport could have public funding withdrawn unless the england and wales cricket board show �*continuous, demonstrable, progress ' in eradicating �*deep—seated racism'. the report praised the courage of the former yorkshire player azeem rafeeq, who gave an important account of his time at yorkshire cricket club to a committee of mps in november. laura scott has the details of the report. eradicating racism from cricket would be a long and difficult road. at the conclusion of mps who sat there convinced discrimination is endemic in this point. despite acknowledging there are grounds for optimism, they issued a stark warning to the england and wales cricket boy. i warning to the england and wales cricket boy-— cricket boy. i would like to see if the measures _ cricket boy. i would like to see if the measures come _ cricket boy. i would like to see if the measures come up - cricket boy. i would like to see if the measures come up with - cricket boy. i would like to see if the measures come up with in i cricket boy. i would like to see if - the measures come up with in terms of trying to ensure the racism or scourge of racism is removed from the game if they failed to meet those targets then there should be stopping of putting money into the
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game, very simple. the committee ra s game, very simple. the committee prays prepare _ game, very simple. the committee prays prepare for — game, very simple. the committee prays prepare for his _ game, very simple. the committee prays prepare for his courage - game, very simple. the committee prays prepare for his courage in - prays prepare for his courage in lifting the lid on the problems. his powerful and personal testimony led to his old club employee and a crisis engulfing this point. today he welcomed the parliamentary report. i he welcomed the parliamentary re ort. ., he welcomed the parliamentary reort. . _, ., _ he welcomed the parliamentary reort. . . ,, ., report. i am encouraged by how seriously the — report. i am encouraged by how seriously the committee - report. i am encouraged by how seriously the committee has - report. i am encouraged by how i seriously the committee has taken theissue seriously the committee has taken the issue of racism which clearly cricket as a game has ignored for a very long time. but some of the other things that went on minue—teens having outrageous and something that really showed me and still continues to show me the game as a whole does not really get it still in denial.— still in denial. director's new chairman _ still in denial. director's new chairman says _ still in denial. director's new chairman says the _ still in denial. director's new chairman says the clean-upl still in denial. director's new i chairman says the clean-upjob still in denial. director's new - chairman says the clean-upjob of chairman says the clean—up job of the county has begun in earnest. i've literally taken the club and turned it and given it a good shake looking at the process and leadership in engaging with people.
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no stone left unturned. the committee _ no stone left unturned. the committee will _ no stone left unturned. the committee will continue to keep a close eye cricket with the ecb required to produce quarterly reports on their progress and other evidence session would be held in the early part of this year. the ecb which receives £2.2 million a year from sport england welcomed the recommendations and the report and said we agree that sharing regular public updates on our progress is important to rebuilding trust in our sport. as cricket continues to address its uncomfortable past the scrutiny on its attempts to create a more inclusive future has never been so intense. now the winter olympic games in beijing starts next month but there will be diplomatic boycotts from countries like the uk and the usa due to the alleged human rights abuses in china. the american baseketball star, enes kanter freedom, one of china's most outspoken critics, is calling for athletes themselves to boycott the games and he has been speaking to the bbc�*s the sports desk podcast
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there are so many athletes and so many singers and rappers and people were scared to stay away because of there are some in each business involved and sometimes china is paying the bills in it so important to pick morals over money because while we are talking right now there are so many people over there and you see so many different people and i cannotjust think about you see so many different people and i cannot just think about all the business involvement so i had to say something about it. and you can listen to that podcast by downloading it from bbc sounds or from your usual podcast provider. there's a new episode every friday, tackling some of the biggest topics and issues in sport.
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let's have a quick look at some of the other stories making the sports news today... judd trump is a step closer to his second masters snooker title. the world number two eased into the semi finals by thrashing kyren wilson 6—1 in their quarterfinal. trump will now face either mark selby or barry hawkins in the finalfour. their quarter final is tonight. britain's sam sunderland said he "can't be happier" after winning his second dakar rally motorbike title. he finished almost three and a half minutes ahead of chile's pablo quin—tan—illa. sunderland is the only briton to have won the event in any category. he also won the title in 2017. burnley�*s premier league match against leicester tomorrow has been postponed. burnley say they don't have enough players to fulfil the fixture, the minimum required is 13 senior outfield players and a goalkeeper, but they have a number of covid issues and injuries. everton versus chelsea in the women's super league on sunday is also off due to covid
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and injuries in the everton camp. covid continues to cause problems for the premier league. arsenal have requested the postponement of sunday's north london derby against tottenham due to a lack of available players. well burnley against leicester is already off but it is still a busy weekend in the premier league starting tonight with ninth place brighton hosting crystal palace.// the top two sides face each other brighton hosting crystal palace. the top two sides face each other in an intriguing encounter in saturday's early game. and our reporter maz farookhi watched pep guardiola's press conference for the football news show... conference for the football news show. he seems very concerned about increasing the location is within his squad. he missed the fa cup third round win but he says there are fresh cases in terms of whether are fresh cases in terms of whether a win for manchester city will put the title in their hands as ever he's very good at deflecting things like that anyway. find he's very good at deflecting things like that anyway.—
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he's very good at deflecting things like that anyway. and instead he did that by praising _ like that anyway. and instead he did that by praising his _ like that anyway. and instead he did that by praising his opposite - like that anyway. and instead he did| that by praising his opposite number and be so creative and he's one of the few managers i learned to be in better managing myself an accident in all departments and he makes world football that are so could report. and the football news show is available to watch right now, on the bbciplayer and bbc sport website... to the africa cup of nations where hosts, cameroon, are the first team to qualify for the last 16 and the countries in action today are hoping tojoin them. but they need to get through the group phase first and senegal and guinea have four points each after they drew nil—nil this afternoon. it is malawi though above them at the top of group b with six points after their 2—1 win over zimbabwe. gabadinho mhango with a goal in each half to give malawi the three points. and in group c morocco have beaten comoros 1—nil to move to the top of the table with six points. score at 7 o'clock gabon take on ghana which is live on the bbc iplayer and bbc sport app.
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now as a teenager ashleigh goddard's football skills saw her win a reality tv contest and represent england at youth level. but last year, while playing for crystal palace, she discovered she had a brain condition which could be terminal. the resulting surgery left her unable to walk or talk but six months inot her recovert and she has made remarkable improvements and is, quite incredibly, ready to kick a ball again...going as far as to re—sign for herformer club london bees. chris slegg reports. in 2009 to 17 he beat the boys becoming the first girl doing sky reality show street stryker. she went on to become a semiprofessional scoring goals playing in the end being appointed crystal palace fc.
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in 2020, everything changed. thea;r in 2020, everything changed. they said it could _ in 2020, everything changed. they said it could be _ in 2020, everything changed. they said it could be fatal _ in 2020, everything changed. they said it could be fatal or— said it could be fatal or life—changing disabilities. i woke up life—changing disabilities. i woke up and they could not move my left side. i was paralysed. up and they could not move my left side. iwas paralysed. i had up and they could not move my left side. i was paralysed. i had to learn to walk again and i had to learn to walk again and i had to learn to walk again and i had to learn to use a knife and fork again. scans carried out after she sustained a head injury revealed she had an aneurysm unrelated to the injury itself. she was told it could burst and kill her. it injury itself. she was told it could burst and kill her.— burst and kill her. it was like everything fails _ burst and kill her. it was like everything fails exactly - burst and kill her. it was like everything fails exactly like i burst and kill her. it was like| everything fails exactly like a movie when everything bears out and the carry on talking and you can't hear. it was like this is happening? i'm supposed to be really healthy and fit and active how is something so wrong in my brain. the and fit and active how is something so wrong in my brain.— so wrong in my brain. the surgery successfully _ so wrong in my brain. the surgery successfully dealt _ so wrong in my brain. the surgery successfully dealt with _ so wrong in my brain. the surgery successfully dealt with the - so wrong in my brain. the surgery i successfully dealt with the aneurysm but devastatingly she woke up from it having had a stroke and could hardly move the left side of her body. hardly move the left side of her bod . , ., ., ., , , body. the resting that have happened other than buying _
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body. the resting that have happened other than buying happened - body. the resting that have happened other than buying happened so - body. the resting that have happened other than buying happened so i - body. the resting that have happened other than buying happened so i had l other than buying happened so i had to try and tell your parents that and to hear their reaction is difficult. ~ , ., ., ., difficult. where you are told it miaht be difficult. where you are told it might be possible _ difficult. where you are told it might be possible things - difficult. where you are told it | might be possible things would difficult. where you are told it - might be possible things would not improve? so might be possible things would not imrove? , , improve? so this is where huge credit to one _ improve? so this is where huge credit to one of _ improve? so this is where huge credit to one of the _ improve? so this is where huge credit to one of the nurses - improve? so this is where huge credit to one of the nurses in i credit to one of the nurses in particular because one of the first thing she said to me was your young and you're an athlete and you have a chance of getting it all back if you do the rehab and i heard that from the very first second she said it and i was like ok then. she the very first second she said it and i was like ok then. she could do the rehab and _ and i was like ok then. she could do the rehab and her— and i was like ok then. she could do the rehab and her progress - the rehab and her progress has wildwood all of those who helped in her recovery. i wildwood all of those who helped in her recovery-— her recovery. i think what she has done is unbelievable _ her recovery. i think what she has done is unbelievable in _ her recovery. i think what she has done is unbelievable in the - her recovery. i think what she has| done is unbelievable in the mental strength she had. four days after and ijust did not ever not believe happened. and ijust did not ever not believe ha ened. ., ., , , and ijust did not ever not believe ha ened, ., ., , , . , happened. london bees was the club where she began _ happened. london bees was the club where she began her— happened. london bees was the club where she began her career- happened. london bees was the club where she began her career and - happened. london bees was the club where she began her career and now| where she began her career and now six months after having a stroke she
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has re—signed for them. find six months after having a stroke she has re-signed for them. and massive credit to the — has re-signed for them. and massive credit to the manager _ has re-signed for them. and massive credit to the manager for _ has re-signed for them. and massive credit to the manager for letting - has re-signed for them. and massive credit to the manager for letting me | credit to the manager for letting me join and being so good of me and all the girls as well and how supportive they have been is a huge difference and now i can't wait to get back on the pitch the moment i step on for the pitch the moment i step on for the first time. she the pitch the moment i step on for the first time.— the pitch the moment i step on for the first time. she says the chance to -la the first time. she says the chance to play football— the first time. she says the chance to play football again _ the first time. she says the chance to play football again is _ the first time. she says the chance to play football again is the - to play football again is the greatest prize of all. the copper box in london is the venue for the netball quad series which starts tomorrow and pits the four best sides in the world against each other that's england, australia, new zealand and south africa all competing and with the commonwealth games in birmingham just six months away, they are all looking to use this as the perfect preparation. it's the closest he will get to the
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demands and conditions in the commonwealth games and never before have we paid according to such a condensed style and it doesn't expect us to do it because he did it in the last games and starting to see a generation of netball and sometimes the ruling and sometimes you lose and it's taken a couple of tickets for us to even be within sight of competing with those teams and i think now we have to get comfortable with those small margins. comfortable with those small mart ins. ., ., ., comfortable with those small martins. ., . ., . comfortable with those small martins. ., ., ., . , margins. today it was announced they would be the — margins. today it was announced they would be the sole _ margins. today it was announced they would be the sole representative - margins. today it was announced they would be the sole representative in i would be the sole representative in the bluish and that is the events regularly on your back on a small sled go downhill on an open ice tunnel. very fast. ihe
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sled go downhill on an open ice tunnel. very fast.— sled go downhill on an open ice tunnel. very fast. he feels like a tiant tunnel. very fast. he feels like a giant what is _ tunnel. very fast. he feels like a giant what is right _ tunnel. very fast. he feels like a giant what is right i _ tunnel. very fast. he feels like a giant what is right i would - tunnel. very fast. he feels like a giant what is right i would say i tunnel. very fast. he feels like a | giant what is right i would say we reached the top of the corners because it's an unbelievable feeling and feels a bit like flying but without touching or leaving the ground with ice and you have to be ever so precise steering rights. explain movements and has a huge impact when one of these tiny movements actually go around and that's when you see people pretty much flying around. it’s that's when you see people pretty much flying around.— much flying around. it's hard to watch. much flying around. it's hard to watch- with _ much flying around. it's hard to watch. with that _ much flying around. it's hard to watch. with that in _ much flying around. it's hard to watch. with that in mind i much flying around. it's hard to watch. with that in mind you i much flying around. it's hard to i watch. with that in mind you must get nervous. it watch. with that in mind you must get nervous-— get nervous. it can be nervous it's about how you _ get nervous. it can be nervous it's about how you deal— get nervous. it can be nervous it's about how you deal with - get nervous. it can be nervous it's about how you deal with it - get nervous. it can be nervous it's about how you deal with it and i get nervous. it can be nervous it's| about how you deal with it and i'm just nervous before my run but once i'm on the sled and once i put off i'm on the sled and once i put off i'm in the zone. i don't feel
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frightened at all i'm just focused on what i have to do. in frightened at all i'm just focused on what i have to do.— on what i have to do. in recent ears on what i have to do. in recent years we _ on what i have to do. in recent years we are — on what i have to do. in recent years we are seeing _ on what i have to do. in recent years we are seeing a - on what i have to do. in recent years we are seeing a huge i on what i have to do. in recent i years we are seeing a huge success, not so much in the bluish, do you feel that the change perhaps this year. feel that the change perhaps this ear. �* , ., ., , feel that the change perhaps this ear. �*, ., ., , ., year. it's going to be tough. the programme _ year. it's going to be tough. the programme is — year. it's going to be tough. the programme is ever _ year. it's going to be tough. the programme is ever so _ year. it's going to be tough. the programme is ever so good i year. it's going to be tough. the programme is ever so good and | year. it's going to be tough. the i programme is ever so good and they have a lot of staff and a lot of financial support and it's also a little easier to get into skeleton. it can be fast for us and it takes a lot of time and experience to get on a high level and it's very tough to be on the top in this sport. good luck to rupert — be on the top in this sport. good luck to rupert at _ be on the top in this sport. good luck to rupert at the _ be on the top in this sport. good luck to rupert at the winter i luck to rupert at the winter olympics which started in a few weeks' time. a reminder of our top story before we go. it has been another dramatic day for tennis and the men's world number one, novak djokoivc who has had his australian visa withdrawn for a second time with the three days t go before the 20 time
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grand slam champion is due to start the defence of his australian open title. djokovic was initially detained after arriving in australia on january the 6th but then released four days later after a judge said the correct proceedure had not been followed. goodbye for now. it's been another drag me across much of the uk and we have had some lingering mist and fog as well. and it will be reforming to the course of tonight. he has seen some of that fog forming across part of the nicknames into the marshes as well and these are the areas most dense and these are the areas most dense and widespread but elsewhere the odd murky patches as well and temperatures a few degrees either side of freezing as we head into saturday morning some pockets of frost around the cold start today with sunshine around and some of
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this low cloud will break up throughout the day. more spaces dry with some splashes of rain and the western isles the far north of scotland as well. temperatures on saturday around 5 degrees close to the east coast turning milder in the southwest and then the top temperatures in plymouth on saturday and then great change into sunday with rain moving south on a cold front but most places once again try and temperatures in double figures in the south.
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this is bbc news. i'm shaun ley with the headlines at 7pm. downing soon apologises to buckingham palace after two parties were held at number 10 the night before the funeral of the duke of edinburgh. when i heard about this, i was of course very, very concerned, and i understand that people across the country are angry about what has happened. country are angry about what has ha ened. . ., , country are angry about what has hauened. ., ., , , happened. further revelations this evenin: , happened. further revelations this evening, another— happened. further revelations this evening, another leaving - happened. further revelations this evening, another leaving event i happened. further revelations this i evening, another leaving event took place in the cabinet office in december 2020 for the then head of the government's covid task force. kate josephs has the government's covid task force. katejosephs has tonight the government's covid task force. kate josephs has tonight apologised. novak djokovic faces being detained and deported after his australian visa is cancelled again. a court hearing takes place in a few hours. and's welcome, challenging
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