It wasn’t long ago that Britain’s most promising taekwondo athletes were training in a facility at a supermarket. Dubbed “Aisle 57”, GB Taekwondo’s humble base was within an Asda superstore opposite Manchester City’s stadium before their state-of-the-art national centre opened in 2016. Competing against countries where the martial art is a “mass participation sport” and
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6:35 PM ET Oklahoma State president Kayse Shrum said Monday that Oklahoma’s intentions to explore leaving the Big 12 are “the result of months of planning with the SEC” and a “clear breach” of the conference bylaws. Shrum made the comments in a statement and in a series of tweets. In the statement, she called
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Boris Johnson will hold talks with some of Britain’s leading business figures this week amid continued frustration over changing private sector exemptions from coronavirus quarantine restrictions. Sky News understands that the prime minister will host bosses at the latest meeting of his Build Back Better Council (BBBC) on Thursday. Issues including infrastructure investment are on
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An international team at Harvard University is launching a new programme to discover evidence of alien civilisations through the signs left by their advanced technology. The Galileo Project is being led by Professor Avi Loeb – a controversial popular science author who claimed the Oumuamua interstellar object, which was never imaged in more detail than
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