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The Express says four-time gold medallist Simone Biles pulled out of the women’s gymnastics team final after scoring 13.766nn, her lowest Olympic score.
BBC News says Simone Biles – four-time Olympic gold medallist, multiple world champion and arguably the greatest gymnast of all time – withdrew from the team and all-around events.
The Guardian says there are so many well-worn quotes about sport and pressure. Pressure makes diamonds. Pressure is for tyres. The greatest pressure is the pressure we put on ourselves.
Daily Mail says Simone Biles stunned the world once again on Wednesday when she withdrew from the individual all-round gymnastics final at the Tokyo Olympics
The government has announced the UK will give Kenya 817,000 doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.
Former football star Wayne Rooney’s complaint of blackmail has been dropped by the police.
A horror crash in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh has killed at least 18 people after a truck crashed into a bus.
The Times says half of women trying for a baby drink alcohol and too few of them exercise, according to research that warns about unhealthy living before pregnancy.
The Guardian says Private bank Coutts will offer carbon credits and green mortgages to its ultra-wealthy clients after becoming one of the largest UK banking brands to secure B Corp…
The i says Petrol retailers have reassured motorists there is no need to panic about fuel availability after BP was forced to close several sites due to shortages.
The US urged Lebanon’s new prime minister-designate, Najib Mikati, to form a government quicly to handle the country’s long crisis.
The Guardian says Ecuador has revoked the citizenship of Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks who is currently in a British prison.
The i says at least 8,000 households have been forced to evacuate as California’s wildfires burn through more than 400,000 acres of land, leaving devastation and destruction in their wake.
The Times says a senior BBC executive has defended its vastly reduced coverage of the Olympics but admitted that viewers would find it “frustrating”.
The i says Prime Minister Boris Johnson has joked about his pet dog and how he exacts his “endless” romantic urges on people’s legs.