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classified as 59, and from now been classified as s9, and from number one in the world he is struggling to qualify and it is undoubtedly taking its toll. my own perception of myself and my self—worth was kind of two intertwined with that me as a swimmer if that makes sense. so when that was kind of ripped away, everything went with it. over the last year that has been the main thing that i've had to deal with and i have found myself a little bit and get some of that self belief back. the paralympic swimming team. ollie hynd was not the only british swimmer affected, a number of medal winning heroes have taken early retirement following a change to the classification. they have found it difficult as well and i'm kind of last man standing, really, so i feel a responsibility to keep going and keep trying to push through and not
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kind of let it beat me and just make sure that we don't lose too many people from the sport because that is something that we need to be aware of, but just is something that we need to be aware of, butjust the welfare of the athletes, that needs to be at the athletes, that needs to be at the forefront of everything, really. which i don't think has been the case for the last couple of years. it was announced last week that london will host the para— swimming world championships which will be a much—needed boost for the british tea m much—needed boost for the british team but for ollie hynd it will be maybe too much too soon as he focuses on the long game before tokyo. natalie tax reports. lyon may be the most successful female side in the champions league having won it five times in total and three times consecutively but chelsea still very much believe they are in this tie. they got an away goal courtesy of
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erin cuthbert and had a missed penalty by fran kirby, several missed opportunities and their manager anna hayes believes that chelsea can still cause lyon some problems on sunday. they are human, they have errors in them, they can make mistakes like the rest of us, they are not infallible. they can be outworked, they can be outrun. and we have qualities that can hurt them. the importance on sunday was merely that we win the tie. that is the only important part. we are in it, we got an away goal and it is 0-0 it, we got an away goal and it is 0—0 again. and we have to do it at a much higher level than we did it on sunday if we are to make the champions league final. an english tea m champions league final. an english team in the champions league final would make europe sit up take notice. we have seen some bumper crowds for domestic football in europe this season and the french
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league is about to have its first female referee, and that is something that anna believes is coming to england soon. something that anna believes is coming to england soonlj something that anna believes is coming to england soon. i can honestly say that sian massey is the best lines person by a country mile. she is outstanding every time i watch her. it will be a matter of time, much as it is a matter of time before there is a female coach in the men's game. great -- grit, determination and work were words used by chelsea striker karen carney today. they clearly feel that they have got plenty to throw at lyon, and they are confident of upsetting the odds at kings meadow. voting is now open for this year's bbc women's footballer of the year award. the award is in its fifth year and we're hearing from all five nominees over the course of the week. today is the turn of a star striker — australia and chicago red stars' sam kerr is now the all time top
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scorer in the nwsl in the united states and all time top scorer in the w league in australia. i'm only one player. and my life has changed a little bit. myself and the other girls and the crew are getting noticed more on the streets. you a lwa ys noticed more on the streets. you always dream to be a role model and always dream to be a role model and a famous sports star. i am sam care, i'm a striker and i play in the wsl for the chicago red stars and i play for the chicago red stars and i play for australia. are you kidding me with that role —— gold? for australia. are you kidding me with that role -- gold? probably the most rewarding for me was winning back to back golds. i kind of needed that season to prove to myself that ican that season to prove to myself that i can continually score and prove to other people but also myself. it gave me lots of confidence going forward. it is one of my, probably my proudest moment, and also leading
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the team out as captain for the first time was pretty amazing also. my first time was pretty amazing also. my sporting hero is lebronjames. i love that he has been so consistent over $0 love that he has been so consistent over so many years. love that he has been so consistent over so many years. it is tough to play so well when there's so much pressure on you. i don't get sta rstruck pressure on you. i don't get starstruck but i met serena williams the other day and i was really nervous before because obviously she is the greatest athlete of all time probably, male or female, is the greatest athlete of all time probably, male orfemale, she is right up there. she was chill, we taught, we chatted and hung out, so i think serena williams may be the most nervous part i still was not starstruck. i had sweaty palms before! i think my favourite celebration is definitely the backflip. i can't always do it, but when it comes out it is good for a photo. i am only one player, and my life has changed a little bit. there
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are life has changed a little bit. there a re lots of life has changed a little bit. there are lots of things to do besides football at most of the girls are now getting noticed more than a street so it has been nice, it has been that that you have dreams about asa been that that you have dreams about as a junket to be a role model and famous sports star, and now it is kind of happening —— as a young kid. good luck to her. you can find details of the nominees and cast your vote on the bbc sport website. voting closes on thursday the 2nd of may. and finally, who doesn't like a cheeky penalty? about this from eric bauteac? brisbane roar have had a miserable season but the frenchman gave the home crowd something to cheer. his penalty gave them a 3—2 lead, although they did go on to lose 5—3 in the end. adelaide united's goalkeeper paul izzo being completely fooled by what is being called a faux panenka. cheeky. that's all from sportsday. we'll have more
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throughout the evening. but for now, it is good night. hello, they're not too many places missing the downpours today. we've seen missing the downpours today. we've seen the show is becoming more active. more thunderstorms as well. whilst there will be some sunshine there is every chance of seeing some heavy showers. moving through the midlands up towards northern england. a few coming into scotland and northern ireland. the south of england and east anglia seeing fewer showers and more sunshine and temperatures of around 16 celsius. wetter weather continues to push north was during this evening into the early part of the night. skies clearing later in the night for many away from the west but it will turn more chilly than last night, looking at temperatures in rural areas down to about two celsius in northern england and the midlands. a
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southerly breeze but not particularly warm. drawing in cooler airfrom the particularly warm. drawing in cooler air from the atlantic over the next few days. all of the heat we had is out across eastern europe. low pressure bringing some more rain on friday. starting dry and sunny poor eastern areas, then these showers pushing in from the west, ahead of its thundery showers are possible towards the south—east of england and over the highlands of scotland. some improvement for northern ireland, wales and the south—west but only briefly with temperatures as high as 17 celsius ahead of the rain. this area of low pressure has been named by the irish met service as storm hannah but it will be felt most as storm hannah but it will be felt m ost a cross as storm hannah but it will be felt most across the south—west of england and south wales. gail is quite likely and on exposed coasts gusts of 70 mph for a while. windy across southern parts of england and into the midlands. we have this wet weather also, it is all around the area of low pressure. some
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improvements across northern ireland and northern scotland and the weather should become drier and less windy towards the south—west later but look at those temperatures, 25 celsius last saturday, struggling up to 12 this saturday. the storm wea ke ns to 12 this saturday. the storm weakens and moves away to the near continent and ahead of the next area of low pressure we have this brief ridge of high pressure. wins will be lighter on sunday. a fair bit of cloud, limited sunshine, showers for the eastern side of england and scotla nd the eastern side of england and scotland with patchy rain coming in across northern ireland and the irish sea. many places dry, temperatures a bit higher, as high as iii celsius.
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