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Aluko felt Glenn demands were 'bordering on blackmail.'

Speaking to a UK parliamentary committee, former England footballer Eni Aluko says that FA chief exec Martin Glenn asked her to write 'a statement saying the FA were not institutionally racist' in order to receive the 2nd part of her financial settlement

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Olympic Sports

What athletes eat: Rower Gevvie Stone's post-workout yogurt parfait.

Two-time Olympic rower Gevvie Stone makes this meal before her workout so she has something to eat at the boathouse immediately after she's done.

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Olympic swimmer Natalie Coughlin's perspective on food changed with World Food Program trip.

Natalie Coughlin is used to thinking of food as fuel -- fuel for swimming. Her experiences in Uganda, as a Zero Hunger ambassador, have dramatically changed that view.

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Cricket

Australian women's cricket team captain Rachael Haynes and vice captain Alex Blackwell hold the Ashes trophy. Haynes hopes the players selected for the series will be able to lift, producing enough runs to cover for the absence of world's best Meg Lanning.

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Tennis

Tennis

Lessons still to be learned from 'Battle of the Sexes.'

Billie Jean King and Emma Stone sit down with Julie Foudy to discusses the new film about King's legendary match against Bobby Riggs.

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