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The Rugby League family have come out in support for the critically-injured Huddersfield Giants academy player Ronan Costello.
Thoughts & prayers of a speedy recovery Ronan Costello. Thinking about you mate!
My thoughts go out to Ronan Costello and his family at this challenging time. Stay strong mate and push through brother.
Children from across the country have gathered at the English Institute of Sport, in Sheffield, for the UK's biggest athletics event for blind and partially sighted youngsters.
The day of fun aims to show sight loss is no barrier to achieving goals, and it is an opportunity for talent scouts to look out for Olympians of the future.
The 37-year-old former Formula One driver from Rotherham, who now competes for Andretti Autosport, was in the closing laps of a race at Pocono Raceway in Pennsylvania on Sunday when a competitor crashed in front of him, hurling debris through the front of his car.
He suffered a severe head injury and had been in a critical condition in hospital since the smash.
British racing car driver Justin Wilson has died after being seriously injured by a piece of crash debris during a race in the US, IndyCar has said.
Father-of-two Wilson had been fighting for life in hospital since the crash on Sunday.
Jessica Ennis-Hill has completed her golden comeback at the World Championships, winning her first major championship since London 2012 just 13 months after the birth of her son.
It was still unclear just four weeks ago whether the Olympic heptathlon champion would compete in Beijing, having only returned to action in May following the arrival of Reggie last summer.
The Olympic champion led the heptathlon going into today's final three events from nearest challenger and Team GB teammate Katrina Johnson-Thompson.
And after Jess recorded a seasons best of 6 metres 43 in the long jump, Johnson-Thompson fouled three times to end her challenge.
Jess then threw 42 metres 51 in the javelin which meant she went into the final event, the 800 metres, with a six second lead.
But just like in the Olympic stadium three years ago she romped home in first place to regain the title she last won in 2009.
Bradford have signed Ireland international James Mendeika from Championship rivals Featherstone.
The 23-year-old former Warrington and London Broncos utility back, who appeared in all of Ireland's group games against Australia, Fiji and England in the 2013 World Cup, has joined the Bulls with immediate effect on a deal that takes him through to the end of the 2017 season.
"It is great to be back within a full-time environment and I am looking forward to repaying the faith the club has shown in me," said Mendeika.
Bradford coach James Lowes, who coached Mendeika during his time in charge of Warrington, said: "James is a very talented, up-and-coming player and we are pleased to have secured his services.
"Injuries have set him back a little over the past couple of years but he has a long career ahead and he is certainly looking to make a name for himself here."