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US & Canada · New York

Trans skateboarder beats 13-year-old girl to win NYC contest

95% Right coverage: 19 sources
A 29-year-old transgender woman beat a 13-year-old girl to take home the top prize in a skateboarding contest in New York City, reigniting the debate over whether new inclusivity pushes create an unfair advantage in women’s sports. See the Story
Celebrity

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury Press Conference Canceled, Is the Fight Still On?

50% Center coverage: 8 sources
Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury is now in jeopardy due to a Visa issue. The fight was set to take place in New York City at Madison Square Garden on Aug. 6. Tickets go on sale Wednesday at 11 a.m. EST. Paul and Fury had officially announced news of the fight over social media on July 23.See the Story
Entertainment

Celebrity Juice Axed After 14 Years On Air

Coverage: 5 sources
Celeb Juice has been axed by ITV after 14 years on air. Keith Lemon paid tribute to "the longest most fun party" on Twitter. The final season, which aired its final episode on May 26, included celebrity guests Big Narstie, Rachel Riley, Joe Swash, Katherine Ryan and more.See the Story

Roy Keane booed as Man Utd legend appears on big screen in front of 50,000 fans

Coverage: 2 sources
Roy Keane was in attendance for the All-Ireland quarter-final clash between Dublin and Cork at Croke Park today. After appearing on the big screen, the former Manchester United and Ireland captain was booed by a large number of supporters. Cork were very much in the game at half-time, as they went in three points behind the Dubs. Dublin pulled away in the second half, with Dean Rock scoring nine points, and ran out 0-21 to 0-10 winners to reach the last four.See the Story

Michael Owen breaks silence on daughter Gemma Owen's sexy dance on Love Island

100% Left coverage: 2 sources
Gemma Owen was one of the first to dance on Wednesday's episode of Love Island. She was joined by her father, former footballer Michael Owen. The pair were competing to see who could get the boys' heart rate up the most. Fans of the show were shocked to see the pair dancing together.See the Story
Tennis

Wimbledon 2022: Jodie Burrage loses out – but not after winning over stricken ballboy (with pack of Percy Pigs)

60% Right coverage: 5 sources
British No 5 Jodie Burrage came to the aid of a ball boy who was taken ill during her first-round match with Lesia Tsurenko on court 18. The boy seemed unstable on his feet in the early part of the second set before Burrage, 23, offered him an energy gel and a drink.See the Story
Soccer · Chile

Dog Interrupts Women's International Football Match In Chile, Demands Pats And Belly Rubs

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
The soccer match was friendly ahead of the Copa America, which will begin on July 8.See the Story
Love Island

Love Island receives 75 Ofcom complaints as fans accuse boys of 'bullying'

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
ITV's Love Island has been slapped with 75 Ofcom complaints. Viewers took issue with an argument and dubbed the boys' behaviour as "bullying" Gemma Owen's ex-beau Jacques O'Neill brand Ekin-Su a "f***ing headache"See the Story
Europe

British teenager 'raped in Majorca hotel by famous actor and musician'

100% Left coverage: 2 sources
The 17-year-old told police she was attacked at a hotel in Andratx, the south-west of the Spanish island. The pair were arrested early on Saturday morning and are said to have been released on bail, but banned from leaving Spain. The British teenager is believed to have left the island with her family.See the Story
Jürgen Klopp

Everton star claims 'moaning' Jurgen Klopp has 'got his way' over new rule

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has 'got his way again' with the introduction of five substitutes in the Premier League. Clubs will be allowed to make five substitutions from this season onwards. Some managers voted against a plan to move to five substitutes on three occasions in late 2020. However, in March this year, a move to the new rule was confirmed.See the Story
International

Man, 20, in constant pain with mystery illness plans to die by assisted suicide after heartbreaking ‘goodbye’ barbecue

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
A YOUNG man who is in constant pain with a mystery illness plans to die by assisted suicide – now that he’s hosted his last “goodbye” barbecue.Eric Coulam, from Fort St John, Canada, has made the heartbreaking decision to end his life so that he can finally escape years of torturous chronic pain.See the Story

Drugs 'That Could Let Humans Live To 200' Are Being Developed

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
A British scientist has said new drugs that remove 'zombie cells' in our bodies could let humans live to the age of 200See the Story

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