It’s ok to like things

There is no argument you can ever make to me that any moment in the history of sport tops a World Cup qualifier that ultimately proved irrelevant, a women’s under 18 basketball game, and a friendly in football. What would you have to gain by trying?

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
23rd November, 2018
It’s ok to like things
Biathlon, the 'unquestioned greatest sport on the planet'. Pic: Getty

There’s a boxing card in Monte Carlo this weekend. Most of it is awful, as is the norm for the annual November show there, but Khal Yafai is looking to make a little bit of history as he aims for a fourth successful defence of his WBA Super Flyweight title.

Earlier in the evening there’s a rugby game - Ireland’s men will beat the USA pretty handily in that. Crossing over slightly will...

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