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Hi, I'm Ricky, and this is your Friday morning Newsround.

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Disappointment for England, as the Lionesses are

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Sprinting legend Usain Bolt prepares to run his last race.

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The England women's football team were knocked out of the Euros

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last night by tournament hosts the Netherlands.

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The Lionesses suffered a 3-0 defeat in the semi-finals.

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BBC reporter David Ornstein is live from the Netherlands

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but a nightmare for England, they came into the tournament with such

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high expectations, even by their own standards, they said they wanted and

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that they thought they could win in, their first ever major tournament

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victory this would have been. It wasn't meant to be. They came into

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the match as favourites but the Netherlands were the hosts backed by

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30,000 fans inside the stadium here. The Netherlands took the lead and

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scored a second just after half-time.

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No team in women's European Championship history has ever come

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back from 2-0 down to win. England must regroup and Fran Kirby has high

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hopes for the future. We are just trying gee

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each other up still. We deserved to get as far

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as we have, and we deserved But for us, it wasn't

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our time on the night. I think everyone is just

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trying to stay positive, and look into working just as hard

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to go into the World Cup. The keyword from the England camp

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after the match was pride, they were really proud they had got so far,

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and that women's football had made such an impact back home. It wasn't

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to be for them on this occasion but maybe it will be in the future.

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They have done so well. Superstar sprinter Usain Bolt

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will retire from athletics, Usain Bolt's career began the way

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he starts and ends most races, His first appearance at the Olympics

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was in Athens in 2004, where he ran his first

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200 metre race. The second Games in Beijing,

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China, in 2008, showed the world Usain's skills,

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he won the 100 metre, 200 metre His famous lightning bolt stance

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became a global symbol. The 2009 World Athletics

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Championships proved to be the event that would seal his status

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as the world's fastest man. He set two world records

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by running the 200 metre race in 19.19 seconds, and the 100

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metre race At the London Olympics in 2012,

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he won gold in three races. In Rio 2016, Bolt's last

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Olympic Games, he went Nine Olympic races,

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nine gold medals. But the celebrations

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didn't last long. One medal had to be handed back

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after his 2008 relay team-mate Nesta Carter tested positive

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for banned Despite this setback, Bolt didn't

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let this break his stride, and he is sure to end

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his career on a high. Next up, to swimming

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superstar Adam Peaty. He's already got an Olympic gold,

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and took another two gold medals at the World Swimming Championships

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last week. Whitney caught up with him and asked

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him some of your questions. Hello, if I could do any other

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sport, I would probably do boxing It is something I have had

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a passion for, since a young So, a sixpack is a lot of ab work

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but at the same time a very good Before my race, I get ready, I put

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my headphones in, a little bit of I like to be calm, relaxed,

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and then I start to get up for it, take my caffeine,

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get a little bit angry as well to get me out

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there and swimming fast. The underlying motivation

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has to be stronger You will pick yourself up

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those days you don't Surround yourself with

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positive people, people on the same journey as you,

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and hopefully you will

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achieve those dreams. When I was younger, I wanted

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to be a Royal Marine. I wanted to be in the Army

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from a very young age, I was obsessed by that kind

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of regimen, camaraderie. I am still getting that

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camaraderie in a group Next, four rare Siberian tiger cubs

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have made their first public outing The two female and two male cubs,

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who were born in June, are the first cubs to be born

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at the Hagenbeck Zoo Zookeepers say the new arrivals

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are healthy, and doing really well. We just wanted to say

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we love The Next Step

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