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Watch: The incredible moves of champion climber with Olympic excitement for Tokyo 2020

The sport of climbing is hoping to be added to the roster for the 2020 Tokyo games.

The international olympic committee will make a decision on its inclusion on August 3rd.

Runcorn's Shauna Coxsey is nervously waiting for that.

She was crowned British bouldering champion at the weekend and dreams of climbing to top of the podium in Japan.

Our sports correspondent David Chisnall has been to meet her.

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Olympic skeleton hopeful, Lancashire's Kristan Bromley

Kritan Bromley Credit: PA

Lancashire's Kristan Bromley will begin his bid for a medal in the skeleton later. The 41 year old from Rossendale started training in 1994 in fact he designed the sled as part of a BAE Systems sport technology initiative.

After becoming the test pilot two years later Kristan qualified for the world cup team.

Soch4 2012 will be his 4th olympics with career highlights including, becoming the first man in the history of the skeleton sport to win the 'triple crown' of world titles in 2008: World Championship, World Cup Series Championship and European Championship.

Training for the skeleton Credit: PA

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Beth Tweddle retires: a career in pictures

Beth Tweddle celebrates with her Bronze medal after the Women's Uneven Bars Final. Credit: PA
Olympics Bronze medalist Beth Tweddle wingwalking. Credit: PA
Beth at the launch of the new series of ITV's 'Dancing on Ice'. Credit: PA
Beth Tweddle and fellow Olympians switch on the Blackpool Illuminations. Credit: PA
Beth waves to crowds as Team GB athletes parade through London. Credit: PA
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