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From the Gannochy to world number one

There’s another Scottish world number one in tennis.

Fresh from the success of the Murray brothers, wheelchair tennis star – and a regular of the University of Stirling’s courts – Gordon Reid will finish the year on top of the world following his success in 2016. 394 more words

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Gannochy sessions bring gold for Reid

Gordon Reid has won the Paralympic Games wheelchair tennis singles title.

The 24-year-old, who can regularly be found honing his skills at the University of Stirling’s Gannochy Sports Centre, beat fellow British player and doubles partner Alfie Hewett in straight sets in yesterday’s final in Rio, winning 6-2 6-1 in 54 minutes. 485 more words

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Youthful Europe eyes Ryder Cup success

The 41st Ryder Cup will take place at Hazeltine, Minnesota, at the end of this month. Despite Europe’s recent success in the competition, the USA will start as favourites, but how will the European team line up? 538 more words

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Euro 2016 round-up

In many ways, the final epitomised the tournament as a whole. Not a classic by any means, but one for the underdogs, and one that will live long in the memory of Portuguese fans. 389 more words

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