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post Jul 1 2015, 06:17 PM
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Here's a list of the sport events taking place this month:

4: Copa America final, Santiago
4-26: Cycling - Tour de France
5: F1 - British Grand Prix, Silverstone
5: Football - Women's World Cup final, Vancouver
8-12: Cricket - start of the Ashes - England v Australia first Test, Cardiff
9-12: Golf - US Women's Open, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
13-19: Swimming - IPC World Championships, Glasgow
16-19: Golf - Open, St Andrews
16-20: Cricket - England v Australia second Test, Lord's
17-19: Tennis - GB v France, Davis Cup quarter-finals, Queen's Club
21: Cricket - Women's Ashes first ODI, Taunton
23: Cricket - Women's Ashes second ODI, Bristol
24-25: Athletics - Diamond League, London
24-9 Aug: Swimming and diving - World Championships, Kazan, Russia
25: Horse racing - King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes, Ascot
25-2 Aug: Special Olympics World Games, Los Angeles
26: F1 - Hungarian Grand Prix, Budapest
26: Cricket - Women's Ashes third ODI, Worcester
26-2 Aug: Archery - World Championships, Copenhagen
28-1 Aug: Horse racing - Glorious Goodwood
29-2 Aug: Cricket - England v Australia third Test, Edgbaston
30-2 Aug: Golf - Women's British Open, Turnberry

Which events are you looking forward to seeing this month?

If anyone wishes to start a thread for any of these events please don't hesitate.
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post Jul 2 2015, 07:01 PM
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British GP of course biggrin.gif should be an interesting one I can see it being a lot closer than expected between the Mercs & the rest.

Also Silverstone isn't one of those tracks where first to the first corner necessarily wins so should be one of the more exciting races this season so far (I hope!)
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