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Rio Olympics 2016 Day 5 – Ones to watch

Day 4 Highlights Good news for team GB in Rio Olympic! Great Britain won two swimming silver medals. . O'Connor is the first British woman to win an Olympi

Rio Olympics 2016: Daley and Goodfellow win bronzes for Britain

WhatsOn is reporting online what is going on in Rio, so everyday, you will be clued up. 9 Aug Mané Garrincha Stadium, Brasília Tom Daley and Dan Goodfellow produced

Rio Olympics 2016: Record-breaker Adam Peaty storms to final

Last day,Adam Peaty broke his own 100m breaststroke world record in his first taste in the Olympics. The world champion Adam Peaty demonstrated again that he is the man for

Groovy new Hearthstone expansion announced

After Hearthstone’s last newest addition ‘Whispers of the Old Gods’ came out, it had quite a dark, lovecraftian feel to it with the key themes being about death and corr

Meet League of Legend’s newest champions!

I play several different Moba games, but one of my favourite things about League of Legends is how is consistently introduces new and different champions so regularly (I’m l

Rio 2016 Olympics: Lizzie Armitstead wins anti-doping rule appeal

World road cycling champion Lizzie Armitstead who is a British national has won an appeal against an anti-doping rule violation. She thought that she could have seen her miss

Music & entertainment world reacts to Portugal’s Euro 2016 Championship

Singers and actors-actress have reacted to the final of the Euro 2016 football tournament.The final - which took place on Sunday (July 10) at the Stade de F

Euro 2016 Championship: Portugal beat France

  Portugal beat hosts France in the Euro 2016 final and win their first major tournament thanks to substitute Eder's superb extra-time strike. Real Madrid

Zero Time Dilemma

3DS, PSVita, PC Release: 28 June The third instalment in Spike Chunsoft’s Zero Escape series is finally out after 4 years and it manages mor

Wimbledon 2016: Will Djokovic Fight Back?

Defending champion Novak Djokovic is in trouble at Wimbledon as big-serving American Sam Querrey trailed him by two sets to love before rain stopped play. Querrey, the 6ft