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Sports Week: England Celebrate Ashes Series Win at the Oval

Welcome to this week's edition of Sports Week; your one-stop shop for all of the biggest sporting headlines from the past week. 

England Celebrate Ashes Series
Win at the Oval

England successfully returned the urn to the UK after a 3-2 series win in this year's Ashes. The hosts also looked past their 5-0 whitewash in Australia last year to come out on top and continue their home winning streak. 

Depite losing to their opponents in the fifth and final test at the Kia Oval, England Captain Alastair Cook still remains optimistic about his team.

"The last four days haven't quite gone to plan," Cook told Test Match Special. "But going into the series no-one gave us a chance, so we can't let that take the gloss off a special summer."


Hamilton Takes 6th Victory in 11 Races at Spa


Formula 1 returned at the weekend after it's Summer break for another thrilling race in Belgium. Following his pole position Lewis Hamilton took another podium victory, taking his total wins to 6 out of 11 this season. The current World Champion is currently 28 points ahead of his team mate Nico Rosberg, creating a lot of talk Hamilton taking another World Championship title this season. 

"Naturally, winning the World Championship is the goal. I would give up everything else, all the poles, the pole position trophy, for the World Championship so that's really the goal." said Hamilton.

"But I'm really happy with how the qualifying has gone this year. It's been a huge step for me and here the plan was to try to convert that pole position and the speed that I had in qualifying into the race. I feel like I did that and I'm sure that there will be areas to improve on which I will continue to try to work on." 

England Suffer RWC Warm Up Defeat in Paris


Despite getting off to a good start with a win against France at Twickenham ahead of the Rugby World Cup, unfortunately England couldn't continue their winning performance in Paris with a defeat at Stade de France. England Captain Chris Robshaw says that his team's 'shocking' first-half discipline was to blame for their 25-20 defeat against France.

"We gave away penalties and our discipline was shocking," said Robshaw. "Whether it was rust, or nerves, it wasn't good enough. Credit to France, they put us under pressure and made us make mistakes.

"We gave too many penalties away, but in the second half we came out and played well but couldn't quite get over the line in the end," he told Sky Sports. "We can't give teams like France and other quality sides head starts like we did. We'll look long and hard at ourselves, because we let ourselves down in the first half. We played well in phases but you can't wait for 40 minutes to do that."

Usain Bolt & Jessica Ennis-Hill Achieve Success In Beijing

Following the birth of her son, Reggie, Jessica Ennis-Hill has only had since last autumn to return to training, but that didn't stop her achieving success in this year's World Championships. The Olympic Champion rose to the challenge and came out on top to win gold in Beijing.

"This is definitely one of the greatest moments of my career, I still can't believe it," she said. "Me and coach Toni (Minichiello spoke about coming here, and we only wanted to come if I was able to compete for a medal. We spoke about the bronze medal and that it would be amazing for a silver medal, but we never spoke about gold. I kind of thought it was a little beyond me this year."

Usain Bolt and Mo Farah also achieved success in Beijing with golds in the 100m and 10,000m, respectively. Following the race, Bolt had described it as the 'hardest race' of his career. 

"Coming back from injury I've had a lot of doubters, it's been tough," Bolt said after winning a ninth world title. He added: "For me to come to the championships and defend my title is a good feeling.


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