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Sport: Weekend by numbers

150/1 — Outsider Nando Parrado, ridden by Adam Kirby, became Royal Ascot’s biggest-priced winner ever in the Coventry Stakes. ‘The price was a shock,’ said trainer Clive Cox. ‘We loved him from the start.’

73 — Royal Ascot victories for Frankie Dettori (pictured) after wins on Campanelle in the Queen Mary, Alpine Star in the Coronation Stakes and Palace Pier in the St James’s Palace Stakes on Saturday. ‘To equal Pat Eddery’s record is special,’ said Dettori, the meeting’s top jockey for the seventh time. ‘He’s one of my heroes.’

63 — Third-round score for Englishman Tyrrell Hatton, eight under-par, to take the joint-lead at the PGA Tour’s RBC Heritage in South Carolina.

74 — Age of European Athletics president Svein Arne Hansen who has died. Interim president Dobromir Karamarinov called him ‘a visionary and a charismatic personality’.

53 — Age of former Formula One driver Alex Zanardi who is in a ‘stable but serious’ condition with a head injury after a crash with a lorry in a handbike relay in Italy. Zanardi had both legs amputated in 2001.

9 — Trophies in six years for Andrew Lord, 35, the most successful ice hockey coach in Cardiff Devils’ history, who is leaving Wales for Greenville Swamp Rabbits in the USA.

14 — Takedowns, a new heavyweight record, for American Curtis Blaydes during his unanimous UFC heavyweight points-decision win over Russian rival Alexander Volkov in Las Vegas.