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He's the second-fastest man in British history and he's targeting a place at next year's rearranged Tokyo Olympics, but you may not even have heard of him.

Meet James Dasaolu, the part-time personal trainer and part-time professional athlete who has overcome injury and crowdfunded his way back on to the 100m stage.

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Left foot, right foot, head.

No, this isn't a dance routine from a children's nursery rhyme, it's just the method by which former Liverpool and England striker Peter Crouch scored his first senior hat-trick.

Relive the moment when Crouch's three goals helped the Reds beat Arsenal on this day in 2007.

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It's Tuesday, the evenings are lighter and it's starting to get warmer outside, so what better way to enjoy it than with a Workout Wednesday from a star of the winter sports stage?

Team GB ski cross star Emily Sarsfield guides you through her easy-to-follow balance workout, which you can do at home without any equipment.

Emily Sarsfield's easy-to-follow balance workout

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Ashes winner, record breaker, MBE and as controversial off the pitch as he was on it. Kevin Pietersen speaks to fellow former England cricketer Andrew Flintoff in a revealing BBC interview from 2013.

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Missing the Premier League? Of course you are. Take this quiz.

Can you name these players based on their past clubs? You've got 10 minutes to name 20 players... go!

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