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The football season is on a break but that doesn't mean there's a lack of sport over the next couple of months. Oh no.
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U.S. Open - June 13: The world's top golfers are teeing up for the second major of the season. Aussie Adam Scott won the Masters in Augusta and America will also host the U.S. Open (unsurprisingly). Webb Simpson (pictured) reigned in 2012.

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Lions tour - June 22: The Lions are touring ahead of their three test series in Australia. Here the Lions take to the field ahead of their match against Queensland-New South Wales Country on June 11th - they ended up 64-0 winners and rattled over 10 tries.

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Wimbledon - June 24: The French Open has just wrapped up so that can only mean one thing - Wimbles. London's tennis fans will be licking their lips in anticipation of fresh grass, the world's top players and cream teas.

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Tour de France - June 29: The iconic cycle race celebrates its 100th edition, but doping will be in the spotlight after last year’s revelations about  Lance Armstrong. Team Sky rider Chris Froome is favourite but faces stiff competition from the Spaniards.

Clive Mason/Getty Images

British Grand Prix - June 30: Silverstone is a tricky circuit for many teams and a difficult race to predict. Along with the Italian Grand Prix, it is the oldest continuously held race on the calendar.

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German Grand Prix - July 7: Sebastian Vettel seems unstoppable, but the German has never won at his home GP. He will need to improve on last year's race where he was given a 20 second penalty and finished fifth.

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The Ashes - July 10: For cricket fans, nothing says summer like 'Ashes'. Alastair Cook is at the Ashes helm for the first time and has the added pressure of his team being clear favourites. 

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UEFA Women’s Euro 2013 - July 10: Sweden is the setting for UEFA's European Championship. There will be 12 teams fighting for the prize, with Germany's 2009-winning coach Silvia Neid (right) looking to seal an eighth win for her nation. 

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U.S. Open - June 13: The world(***)s top golfers are teeing up for the second major of the season. Aussie Adam Scott won the Masters in Augusta and America will also host the U.S. Open (unsurprisingly). Webb Simpson (pictured) reigned in 2012.

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Lions tour - June 22: The Lions are touring ahead of their three test series in Australia. Here the Lions take to the field ahead of their match against Queensland-New South Wales Country on June 11th - they ended up 64-0 winners and rattled over 10 tries.

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Wimbledon - June 24: The French Open has just wrapped up so that can only mean one thing - Wimbles. London(***)s tennis fans will be licking their lips in anticipation of fresh grass, the world(***)s top players and cream teas.

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Tour de France - June 29: The iconic cycle race celebrates its 100th edition, but doping will be in the spotlight after last year’s revelations about  Lance Armstrong. Team Sky rider Chris Froome is favourite but faces stiff competition from the Spaniards.

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British Grand Prix - June 30: Silverstone is a tricky circuit for many teams and a difficult race to predict. Along with the Italian Grand Prix, it is the oldest continuously held race on the calendar.

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German Grand Prix - July 7: Sebastian Vettel seems unstoppable, but the German has never won at his home GP. He will need to improve on last year(***)s race where he was given a 20 second penalty and finished fifth.

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The Ashes - July 10: For cricket fans, nothing says summer like (***)Ashes(***). Alastair Cook is at the Ashes helm for the first time and has the added pressure of his team being clear favourites. 

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UEFA Women’s Euro 2013 - July 10: Sweden is the setting for UEFA(***)s European Championship. There will be 12 teams fighting for the prize, with Germany(***)s 2009-winning coach Silvia Neid (right) looking to seal an eighth win for her nation. 

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In Pictures: Upcoming sporthttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/In-Pictures%3A-Upcoming-sports-eventsThe football season is having a break but that doesn't mean there's a lack of sport over the next couple of months.en-usAl Jazeerafeedback@daylife.com10Tue, 11 Jun 2013 11:50:49 GMTTue, 11 Jun 2013 15:16:43 GMTWebb Simpson of the U.S. holds the U.S. Open Championship Trophy after he won the 2012 U.S. Open golf championship on the Lake Course at the Olympic Club in San Franciscohttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/In-Pictures%3A-Upcoming-sports-events?image_id=03d79TScHn7jE

U.S. Open - June 13: The world's top golfers are teeing up for the second major of the season. Australian Adam Scott won the Masters in Augusta and America will also host the U.S. Open (unsurprisingly). Webb Simpson (pictured) reigned in 2012 but all eyes will be on Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy to see if they can bring out their best for the big occasion.

Mon, 18 Jun 2012 03:08:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/In-Pictures%3A-Upcoming-sports-events?image_id=03d79TScHn7jEJEFF HAYNESREUTERSReuters Pictures

U.S. Open - June 13: The world's top golfers are teeing up for the second major of the season. Australian Adam Scott won the Masters in Augusta and America will also host the U.S. Open (unsurprisingly). Webb Simpson (pictured) reigned in 2012 but all eyes will be on Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy to see if they can bring out their best for the big occasion.

Webb Simpson of the U.S. holds the U.S. Open Championship Trophy after he won the 2012 U.S. Open golf championship on the Lake Course at the Olympic Club in San Francisco
Combined Country v British and Irish Lionshttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/In-Pictures%3A-Upcoming-sports-events?image_id=0cOa7qu8Cmdfl

Lions tour - June 22: The British and Irish Lions are currently touring ahead of their three test series against Australia. This picture shows the Lions take to the field ahead of their match against Queensland-New South Wales Country on June 11th - they ended up 64-0 winners and rattled over 10 tries. Something to take pride in. 

Tue, 11 Jun 2013 11:50:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/In-Pictures%3A-Upcoming-sports-events?image_id=0cOa7qu8CmdflMark MetcalfeGetty ImagesGetty Images

Lions tour - June 22: The British and Irish Lions are currently touring ahead of their three test series against Australia. This picture shows the Lions take to the field ahead of their match against Queensland-New South Wales Country on June 11th - they ended up 64-0 winners and rattled over 10 tries. Something to take pride in. 

Combined Country v British and Irish Lions
Wimbledon Championships 2012 Winners Ballhttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/In-Pictures%3A-Upcoming-sports-events?image_id=00hy3Zr5Tq8jJ

Wimbledon - June 24: The French Open has just wrapped up so that can only mean one thing - Wimbledon. London's tennis fans will be licking their lips in anticipation of green grass, the world's top players and cream teas. Last year we took a stroll down memory lane with Roger Federer and Serena Williams crowned King and Queen of SW19.

Mon, 09 Jul 2012 15:05:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/In-Pictures%3A-Upcoming-sports-events?image_id=00hy3Zr5Tq8jJHandoutGetty ImagesGetty Images

Wimbledon - June 24: The French Open has just wrapped up so that can only mean one thing - Wimbledon. London's tennis fans will be licking their lips in anticipation of green grass, the world's top players and cream teas. Last year we took a stroll down memory lane with Roger Federer and Serena Williams crowned King and Queen of SW19.

Wimbledon Championships 2012 Winners Ball
CYCLING-TOUR DE FRANCE-1933http://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/In-Pictures%3A-Upcoming-sports-events?image_id=03XO2mx9oE2cj

Tour de France - June 29: The iconic cycle race celebrates its hundredth edition this year, but doping will be back in the spotlight after last year’s revelations about seven time winner Lance Armstrong. Team Sky rider Chris Froome is favourite going into the race, however, he will face stiff competition from Spaniards Alberto Contador and Joaquim Rodriguez.

Fri, 05 Apr 2013 17:08:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/In-Pictures%3A-Upcoming-sports-events?image_id=03XO2mx9oE2cjAFP/Getty ImagesAFP/Getty ImagesGetty Images

Tour de France - June 29: The iconic cycle race celebrates its hundredth edition this year, but doping will be back in the spotlight after last year’s revelations about seven time winner Lance Armstrong. Team Sky rider Chris Froome is favourite going into the race, however, he will face stiff competition from Spaniards Alberto Contador and Joaquim Rodriguez.

CYCLING-TOUR DE FRANCE-1933
F1 Grand Prix of Great Britain - Racehttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/In-Pictures%3A-Upcoming-sports-events?image_id=08tKelm2kr3WZ

British Grand Prix - June 30: Silverstone is a tricky circuit for many teams and a difficult race to predict. Along with the Italian Grand Prix, it is the oldest continuously held race. Red Bull's Mark Webber has had most luck at the circuit recently with victories in 2010 and 2012. 

Sun, 08 Jul 2012 16:24:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/In-Pictures%3A-Upcoming-sports-events?image_id=08tKelm2kr3WZClive MasonGetty ImagesGetty Images

British Grand Prix - June 30: Silverstone is a tricky circuit for many teams and a difficult race to predict. Along with the Italian Grand Prix, it is the oldest continuously held race. Red Bull's Mark Webber has had most luck at the circuit recently with victories in 2010 and 2012. 

F1 Grand Prix of Great Britain - Race
Formula One Grand Prix of Brazilhttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/In-Pictures%3A-Upcoming-sports-events?image_id=03P2dfG0d7cpj

German Grand Prix - July 7: Sebastian Vettel seems unstoppable, but the German has never won at his home Grand Prix. He will need to improve on last year's race where he was given a 20 second penalty and finished fifth. Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso will be looking to make it two wins in a row at Hockenheim.

Sun, 25 Nov 2012 19:51:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/In-Pictures%3A-Upcoming-sports-events?image_id=03P2dfG0d7cpjJENS BUETTNEREPAEPA Images

German Grand Prix - July 7: Sebastian Vettel seems unstoppable, but the German has never won at his home Grand Prix. He will need to improve on last year's race where he was given a 20 second penalty and finished fifth. Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso will be looking to make it two wins in a row at Hockenheim.

Formula One Grand Prix of Brazil
England's Cook poses for a photograph in front of the pavilion at Lord's in Londonhttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/In-Pictures%3A-Upcoming-sports-events?image_id=0cLvdtZe8fe47

The Ashes - July 10: For cricket fans, nothing says summer like 'Ashes'. Alastair Cook is at the Ashes helm for the first time and has the added pressure of his team being clear favourites. Currently fourth in the ICC Test Rankings, the Australian team are not the dominant force that they used to be, but they will certainly be up for a scrap.

Wed, 29 Aug 2012 12:34:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/In-Pictures%3A-Upcoming-sports-events?image_id=0cLvdtZe8fe47PHILIP BROWNREUTERSReuters Pictures

The Ashes - July 10: For cricket fans, nothing says summer like 'Ashes'. Alastair Cook is at the Ashes helm for the first time and has the added pressure of his team being clear favourites. Currently fourth in the ICC Test Rankings, the Australian team are not the dominant force that they used to be, but they will certainly be up for a scrap.

England's Cook poses for a photograph in front of the pavilion at Lord's in London
UEFA Women's Euro 2013http://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/In-Pictures%3A-Upcoming-sports-events?image_id=04pg7eU97IfOP

UEFA Women’s Euro 2013 - July 10: Sweden is the setting for UEFA's European Championship. Twelve teams fight for the prize, with Germany's 2009-winning coach Silvia Neid (right) looking to seal an eighth win for her nation. 

Sun, 17 Jun 2012 16:07:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/In-Pictures%3A-Upcoming-sports-events?image_id=04pg7eU97IfOPArmando FrancaAPAP Photo

UEFA Women’s Euro 2013 - July 10: Sweden is the setting for UEFA's European Championship. Twelve teams fight for the prize, with Germany's 2009-winning coach Silvia Neid (right) looking to seal an eighth win for her nation. 

UEFA Women's Euro 2013


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