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Wales' Jade Jones gets set to compete at Rio 2016

Flintshire's Jade Jones is gearing up to compete at the Olympic Games later today.

Jade Jones at London 2012 after winning Gold in the final of the women's Taekwondo -57kg bout Credit: PA

The 23-year-old Taekwondo star will be looking to defend the gold medal she won at London 2012, aged just 19.

The -57kg preliminaries will kick off at around 13:00 BST, and if Jade progresses through to the finals she could have earned herself a second Olympic medal by the early hours of tomorrow morning.

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Mills forced to wait for gold after sailing postponed

Great Britain's Saskia Clark (left) and Hannah Mills out on the water. Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Welsh sailor Hannah Mills and her partner Saskia Clark have ben forced to wait until tomorrow to claim their gold medals in the women's 470 after the event was postponed due to a 'lack of wind'.

The pair have a 20-point lead ahead of the medal race and are guaranteed a gold medal.

Mills on the brink of sailing gold in the women's 470

Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark celebrate after their round in the 470 Women's race Credit: PA

Welsh sailor Hannah Mills is on the brink of gold in the women's 470 thanks to a 20-point lead ahead of Wednesday's medal race.

Mills and sailing partner Saskia Clark look set to go one further than they did at London 2012 where they narrowly missed out on a gold medal.

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Welsh cyclist Becky James through to sprint final

Welsh track cyclist Becky James is through to the final after leaving Holland's Elis Ligtlee in her wake in the Women's sprint semifinals.

Becky James (left) with team mate Katy Marchant. Credit: David Davies/PA Wire

She's now guaranteed a record eighth medal for Wales in the sprint final and will at least take silver.

James has already won keirin silver after being beaten by Ligtlee on Sunday.

Wales Euros hero linked with West Ham move

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Euro 2016 hero Hal Robson Kanu is being linked with a move to West Ham after attending their 2-1 defeat to Chelsea last night.

The free agent went from cult hero to international stardom this summer after his wonder-goal in the quarter finals of Euro 2016.

The striker has been without a club since leaving Reading at the end of last season but is thought to have attracted significant interest.

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