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Another season of the Premier League has come and gone with all of the associated drama, excitement and less than interesting last days of the season.
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with a special awards ceremony for young people. And in sport, shoot-out drama takes Huddersfield one win away from the Premier League
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Hamilton, The Humans and Lin-Manuel Miranda were among the winners of the 2016 Drama League Awards, which anointed a quintet of winners that are also in the running for the Tony Awards. Hamilton took the award for new musical and Humans scored new play, while in the revival categories, The Color Purple won for musical... Read more »
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Hamilton,” “School of Rock,” “American Psycho” and “Waitress” are among the Broadway nominees vying for the new musical trophy at the 2016 Drama League Awards, with plays “The Humans,” “Eclipsed” and “King Charles III” among those in the running for the new play award. The Drama League nominations can look like something of a free-for-all,... Read more »
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Tragedy on tour. A British indie band killed in a bridge car crash in Sweden. A big night for Leonardo Di Caprio and his film The Revenant as the stars pick up awards at the BAFTAs. We'll get all the reaction live as the biggest names in the movie world attend the after-show party. In sport, title race drama as Arsenal and Spurs claim late wins in the Premier League.
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Police try to work out why they ignored warnings to cross a raised bridge. An advance in cancer care as a new quick and cheap test could lead to earlier diagnosis. Getting ready for showtime - the stars will soon arrive to honour the year's best films at the BAFTA awards. And in sport - late drama in the Premier League as Arsenal snatch victory over leaders Leicester.
Bleacher Report
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Cristiano Ronaldo wrote another entry in the record book, Raheem Sterling gave himself a perfect birthday present and Olivier Giroud helped Arsenal complete an improbably great escape. Matchday 6 of the UEFA Champions League served up all the excitement and drama we've come to expect from Europe's top club competition. To mark the end of a memorable round of games, we here at Bleacher Report are handing out awards for the best and worst from all the action. Think we missed something? Let us know in the comments. Begin Slideshow
Bleacher Report
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The last vestige of Major League Baseball in 2015 is here in the form of the Baseball Writers' Association of America awards that will be handed out starting on Nov. 16. As has been the case since 2012, three award finalists from each league have been announced in four categories, including Rookie of the Year, Manager of the Year, Cy Young and Most Valuable Player. Here are the players and managers competing for those prestigious honors: There are no surprises in the list of finalists, though that doesn't mean the races lack any real drama. The biggest storyline is the list of National League MVP finalists, which doesn't feature one player from a playoff team. MLB .com's Tom Singer took things even further: The official ballot for voters actually says postseason appearances are not necessary to define MVP, which represents positive progress by the BBWAA .
Bleacher Report
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Bayern Munich got back to winning ways. Roma and Bayer Leverkusen played another thriller. And Stamford Bridge let out an audible sigh of relief. Matchday 4 of the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday brought the usual glut of goals, drama and entertainment. Well, for the most part, at least. As we look back on all the action, we here at B/R are handing out awards for the best of yet another great week of action in Europe's top club competition. Begin Slideshow
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The UEFA Champions League group stage has reached the halfway point after all 32 teams took part in Matchday 3 on Tuesday and Wednesday. And what a matchday it was. In Group F, Arsenal finally jumpstarted their European campaign with a famous win over Bayern Munich. In Group E, Bayer Leverkusen and AS Roma played out an eight-goal thriller. And all across the continent, we saw goals, cards and all sorts of drama. Here, B/R hands out awards for the best of Matchday 3. Begin Slideshow
The Guardian - Sport
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Adam Cuthbertson pips Zak Hardaker to the unofficial player of the season award, but which was the best match, and who was the biggest flop? Had anyone at the Rugby Football League predicted back in January how the first season of their new league structure would unfold, they would surely have been laughed out of office, but there has been drama, excitement and even history at every corner in 2015. If you had said then that Wakefield would win three games against Super League opposition and still stay up, that Kevin Sinfield would finish his rugby league career a treble winner – I tipped Leeds to finish fifth at the start of the season – and that top spot would have been decided in the final second of the regular season , you would have attracted more than a few peculiar looks. Continue reading...