two goals for 0mara durand and she will going for her third? britain's double paralympic champion kadeena cox won a silver in the 400 metres but was left wondering what might have been after revealing the competition had triggered a relapse in an eating disorder. she'd previously been open about her battles with mental health but told us the added scrutiny in dubai hadn't been easy. it's been a challenge. it's been tricky. just trying to deal with managing my eating, having so many people around me, and so many eyes on me, it's pushed me to do more extreme things. it was a bad thing, i bought a load of laxatives, which was one bad thing on my way out here and i bought loads of sweets so i binged, and unfortunately, it's part of the battle in my head. there's more from her on the bbc sport website. just lastly — we've time to show you how one football club in argentina decided to open their revamped stadium. this is estudiantes in the capital buenos aires. now their nickname is el leon — which translates as they lion. so what did they do? hi
and it's a perfect 10 for 0mara durand though — with yet another gold at the para athletics world championships welcome to the programe. world number one rafa nadal admits he simply wasn't good enough after losing his opening match at the end of season world tour finals in london. his 6—2, 6—4 loss to defending champion alexander zverev was his first since a two month layoff — but he refused to blame any physical limitations as zverev brushed him aside in their opening group game. stefanos tsitsipas was also a winner on monday. paul frostick has the best of the action. raphael nadal is the world's number one men's tennis player but the atp final is one where he not reach the summit. no doubt he is one of the best layers of all time but a new breed of talent is on its way through.
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