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Thursday cover: Rafal Majka

Chitrabhanu Kadalayil   |  July 24, 2014

The National's cover for the Thursday, July 24 issue, featuring Tour de France cyclist Rafal Majka proving master of the mountain stages.

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Photos: Skydive Dubai athletes in world’s first wingsuit cross race

Jonathan Raymond   |  July 23, 2014

The pair participated in last week's Rd Bull Aces wingsuit race in California, a kind of 'ski cross in the sky' that was the first event of its kind.

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Wednesday cover: James Rodriguez

Chitrabhanu Kadalayil   |  July 23, 2014

The National's cover for the Wednesday, July 23 issue, featuring Colombian World Cup star James Rodriguez, who signed with Real Madrid to complete a move from AS Monaco.

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Five moves that have defined the NBA off-season (non-LeBron edition)

Jonathan Raymond   |  July 22, 2014

Jonathan Raymond runs down five of the most significant moves of the NBA off-season that didn't involve a certain LeBron James.

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Tuesday cover: Ishant Sharma

Matt Smith   |  July 22, 2014

The National's cover for the Tuesday, July 22 issue, featuring Ishant Sharma's dominant innings to lead India to a second-Test win over England.

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Speaking with... Al Ain manager Zlatko Dalic

John McAuley   |  July 21, 2014

The National's John McAuley catches up with the Al Ain coach ahead of their foray into the Asian Champions League quarter-finals and new Arabian Gulf League season.

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Monday cover: British Open and the German Grand Prix

Matt Smith   |  July 21, 2014

The National's Sport cover for the Monday, July 21 issue, featuring Rory McIlroy's British Open triumph and Nico Rosberg's continued Formula One dominance at his home Grand Prix.

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Sunday cover: Rory McIlroy

Matt Smith   |  July 20, 2014

The National's print edition cover for Sport from Sunday, July 20.

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Unlucky marshal is in firing line at the British Open

Agencies   |  July 19, 2014

The popular expression goes that lightning never strikes twice, but one of the marshals at the British Open would disagree with that view after having a rough experience at Royal Liverpool.

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‘Is this the final,’ disoriented Christoph Kramer asked World Cup final referee

Associated Press   |  July 17, 2014

Germany midfielder continued playing for 14 minutes following the collision with Argentina defender Ezequiel Garay.

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