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LONDON Nike Epic React Flyknit White Womens Sale , July 29 (Xinhua) -- Following is the British team for the athletics world championships to be held in Beijing on Aug. 22-30.


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1500m: Charlie Grice, Chris O'Hare


5,000m: Mo Farah, Tom Farrell


10,000m: Mo Farah


110m hurdles: Lawrence Clarke


400m hurdles: Niall Flannery


High Jump: Robbie Grabarz


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Pole Vault: Steve Lewis


Hammer Throw: Mark Dry, Nick Miller


20km Walk: Tom Bosworth


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1500m: Laura Muir, Laura Weightman


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10,000m: Kate Avery


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400m hurdles: Meghan Beesley, Eilidh Child


High Jump: Morgan Lake, Isobel Pooley


Long Jump: Katarina Johnson-Thompson, Shara Proctor, Lorraine Ugen


Pole Vault: Holly Bradshaw


Hammer Throw: Sophie Hitchon


Javelin: Goldie Sayers


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LONDON, July 20 (Xinhua) -- The first stretch in southeast England of a national coastal path was opened Tuesday.


The 106-km path takes in the stunning White Cliffs of Dover, one of the best known scenic spots in the country. For visitors arriving by sea from mainland Europe the iconic white cliffs are their first sight of England.


The new and improved National Trail between Ramsgate and Camber is the first stretch of the England Coast Path in the coastal counties of Kent and East Sussex.


"The continuous route gives unbridled views of coastline, including the iconic White Cliffs and the unique areas of Dungeness and Pegwell Bay, popular for bird watching, their landscape and their summer flowers," a spokesman for the Natural England said Tuesday.


Natural England is currently establishing a 4,345 km-long path around the entire English coastline, due to be completed by 2020. Work is already under way on 60 percent of the route.


When completed it will be one of the longest continuous coastal walking routes in the world. It will also become a National Trail -- the nation's finest and most popular long-distance paths.


Speaking Tuesday at the National Trust's White Cliffs centre, the chairman of Natural England, Andrew Sells, said the England Coast Path is the most significant rights of way project for a generation.


"This beautiful and iconic stretch will allow walkers to enjoy amazing views, fabulous wildlife and places with significant cultural and historical value, all from a high-quality footpath. It will also connect coastal communities and encourage walkers to visit more of the coast, bringing an added economic boost to the region."


Dame Helen Ghosh, director general of the National Trust, stressed that the path represents one of the biggest steps forward for countryside and coastal access in a generation, making space for nature and people around our shores.


"The coast path offers the chance to create a corridor for wildlife habitats to recover and thrive, while allowing people to experience natural heritage at first hand."


"The White Cliffs of Dover are one of our country's most iconic and instantly recognisable landmarks, and with none of us living further than 75 miles (120 km) from the sea opening this path will allow more people than ever before to experience this national treasure first-hand," said Environment Minister Therese Coffey.


The new route includes areas of great heritage: from the supposed landing site of the Roman conqueror Caesar to embarkation points used by soldiers and horses in the First World War; and from towers from the Napoleonic War to extensive Second World War defences at Dover, such as war-time prime minister Winston Churchill's tunnels inside the cliffs.


Latest Natural England research due to be published this summer, will show 313 million visits were made to the English coast between March 2014 and February 2015.




WASHINGTON, June 13 (Xinhua) -- The White House on Monday announced that President Barack Obama will visit Orlando, Florida on Thursday to mourn the victims killed in the deadliest shooting in U.S. history.


"On Thursday, the president will travel to Orlando, Florida to pay his respects to victims' families, and stand in solidarity with the community as they embark on their recovery," said a White House statement.


Obama's trip will come four days after a gunman shot dead 49 people and injured 53 more at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.


The gunman, identified as Omar Mateen of Port St. Lucie, Florida, was found dead inside the nightclub after a shootout with police.


After his meeting with Director of Federal Bureau of Investigation James Comey on Monday, Obama told reporters that the Florida shooting was "homegrown extremism."


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