A terminal cancer patient cycling hundreds of miles and a stroke victim counting to 100 are among the fundraisers to have joined the Captain Tom 100 challenge.The campaign asks people to create their own charity challenge themed around the number 100 to mark what would have been fundraiser Captain Sir Tom Moore’s 101st birthday.
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Captain Sir Tom Moore's daughter, Hannah Ingram-Moore, has rung the famous five-minute bell at Lord's Cricket Ground in London to officially launch the Captain Tom 100 challenge. It comes as thousands of people up and down the country are getting involved in charity challenges to celebrate what would have been Captain Tom's 101st birthday. Report by Patelr. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
A special Great Western Railway train which has been named in honour of Captain Sir Tom Moore, has departed Paddington Station in London and will make 100 stops across the country over the weekend. It is part of a nationwide charity challenge themed around the number 100 to honour Second World War veteran and NHS fundraiser Captain Sir Tom Moore on what would have been his 101st birthday. Report by Patelr. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
A sculptor creating a bronze statue of Captain Sir Tom Moore is reaching the final stages of his creation as the UK prepares to celebrate what would have been the inspirational fundraiser’s 101st birthday.Andrian Melka began work on a 2m (6ft 6in) clay statue of Sir Tom in February following the news of his death, and it is now almost ready to be cast in bronze and donated to Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.Mr Melka, of Bolton Percy in North Yorkshire, hopes the sculpture will provide inspiration for staff, patients and visitors and remind them that “one step in front of the other will get you somewhere”.
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Description:England cricketers are infuriated over Bangladesh writer Taslima Nasrin’s now-deleted tweet on Moeen Ali. After reports floated that the Chennai Super Kings franchise removed the liquor brand logo from Moeen Ali’s jersey upon his request, Taslima Nasrin wrote on Twitter on Monday that if Moeen Ali was not stuck with cricket he would have joined ISIS in Syria.
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Apart from India’s thrilling victory in the first ODI against England yesterday and some freaky injuries, Krunal Pandya the debutant had several memorable moments throughout the match. The pictures that captured the emotional moments are going viral on social media. Krunal Pandya also had his first verbal spat in international cricket.
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England player Jofra Archer has decided to miss out on the ODI series against India and at least the start of the Indian Premier League to ensure his fitness ahead of the T20 world cup. Commenting on the issue the England Coach Chris Silverwood said the decision to leave Jofra Archer out of the ODI series was mutual.
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While speaking in the post-match virtual press conference, England White-captain Eoin Morgan has said that he is unaware of the reason for the Virat Kohli and Josh Butler fight. Commenting on the heated moment between the Indian Skipper Virat Kohli and England Wicketkeeper batsman in the fifth and final t20 international against India, Eion morgan said he is not aware of the reason for the word spat.
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The Queen’s 95th birthday will be a private and low-key event following the death of her “beloved” husband, the Duke of Edinburgh. Members of the monarchy have been supporting the Queen throughout the mourning period for Philip, and some of her family are expected to be with her at Windsor Castle.
[NFA] The funeral for Captain Tom Moore, the British World War Two veteran who raised millions of pounds for health service workers on the frontline of the battle against COVID-19, was held on Saturday..