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# looking good

Last year
Will Jordan dazzles as All Blacks romp to 35-20 home win over South Africa
'We're in a better place than we were last year' - Jamison Gibson-Park
All time
‘It’s gone well so far’ – De Bromhead counting down to Honeysuckle’s Cheltenham defence
Elliott thrilled as Cheltenham big guns gallop at Leopardstown
Freewheelin Dylan on the road to Aintree
Ireland keep Olympic dream alive at Monaco Sevens repechage
Brighton set for survival after Leeds win
Cullen can smile about 'tough period' as Leinster look to extend perfect start to season
Narcissism can be good for you, new research has found
Huget heroics give France pre-World Cup boost
Watch: Thomas Barr beats his season's best time to strengthen medal hopes for European Championships
No end in sight for the dry, hot weather
Neymar, Coutinho and Jesus secure win as World Cup favourites Brazil head for Russia
Higuain the hero as imperious Juventus put one foot in Champions League final
One down, five to go as Chelsea close in on Premier League title
Impressive Donegal move joint-top after overcoming Tyrone
Rory McIlroy grabs WGC Doral lead with bogey-free 68
13 science-backed ways to appear more attractive
The latest injury update on Ireland's foot Payne is a promising one
Darren Cave looks like the world's happiest centre in Ireland's squad mugshots
David Silva shines as Man City eventually outclass Everton
The new ESPN Body Issue is out - and here are the six cover stars
Here's the most beautiful man and woman in the world...
Toulon's new behind-the-scenes DVD looks set to be a sensational watch
Aston Villa edge Hull to continue strong start
Martin Kaymer leads US Open by five after clutch birdie on 18
The Cliffs of Moher are getting a bit of a makeover
Stephen Ireland scored on his full Stoke debut with Noel King watching in the stands