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Andrew Jordan: 'You do whatever it takes to get past someone...'

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The BTCC Champion talks ahead of the season opener at Brands Hatch

Are you looking forward to defending your crown?
“Yeah, I can’t wait. They’ve brought quite a few champions back as well, so including myself there are gonna be seven champions on the grid, which is really cool.”

Is there a target on your back now?
“To an extent, but equally they probably have the same view as me. I go to beat whoever is there – champion or not.”

Rugby Union: James O’Connor interview

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Aviva Premiership: London Irish v Bath
Saturday March 22
Madejski Stadium
BT Sport 5.30pm

Ahead of London Irish’s St Patrick’s Party game against Bath, Sport caught up with their Australian superstar James O’Connor in an extended edition of the interview that ran in our printed edition.

Lewis Hamilton: 'One world title isn't a fair reflection of my ability'

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Lewis Hamilton has a bucket list on his phone.

He’s constantly adding new things: experiences he wants to try, goals he wants to achieve. There’s no particular order, he tells us, but we’d wager that if there were, winning a second Formula 1 world title would be top of the list.

James Woods: 'I’d be so proud to bring a medal back'

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Slopestyle skiing tests creativity and technique. Don’t be surprised to see Sheffield’s James Woods high up in the standings on Thursday

Lizzy Yarnold: 'I’ve got so much adrenaline running through me'

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There is no woman hotter than Britain’s Lizzy Yarnold in the ice-cold world of skeleton racing right now.

Nick Evans: 'It's cup finals for us from here on in'

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How big were the two Racing Metro wins for you guys?

Football: Juan Mata interview

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Rugby League World Cup: Sam Burgess interview

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Whoever labelled the Rugby League World Cup semi-finals at Wembley this Saturday ’The Big Bash’ must have had Sam Burgess in mind. The England forward, one of four brothers from West Yorkshire who play for the South Sydney Rabbitohs in Australia’s NRL, is recognised as one of the biggest hitters in the sport.

Andrew Strauss: 'That first Test match is crucial'

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You banned newspapers from the dressing room as England captain. Has your view of the media changed now you’re working in it?

Poker: Daniel Negreanu interview

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Five-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner Daniel Negreanu has won more than $16m in career prize money. He’s in town for the European Poker Tour

How has the game changed since you started playing?
“The biggest thing is the average age – when I started, there were about four guys in their 20s and the rest were much older. Now, you see a trend where it has really become a young man’s game.”

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