The best of the Telegraph in audio: Megan Rapinoe's World Cup glory and is Opec on the verge of collapse

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The best of the Telegraph in audio, including stories on Megan Rapinoe and the increasingly crowded fintech sector 

Every Friday the Telegraph will bring you a selection of our best articles, comment pieces and features in audio form to be listened to at your convenience.

The Women's World Cup came to an end and once again it was the US who were celebrating after winning their fourth World Cup.

One of the stars of the tournament was undoubtedly US forward Megan Rapinoe - women's football reporter Katie Whyatt analyses how the 34-year-old is still at the peak of her powers.

The much-debated issue of the sugar tax has been on the agenda too after Boris Johnson said he wants to examine whether such levies are effective or not. Public health doctor Adam Briggs provides his view on how the tax can help to fight the obesity epidemic.

Elsewhere our Business team looked at whether Opec has had its day while James Cook and Matthew Field from the Technology desk look at the increasingly crowded fintech sector in the UK.

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The UK fintech sector is more crowded than ever - but Britain's challenger banks aren’t complaining

Megan Rapinoe is at the peak of her powers and shows no signs of letting up

Revealed: The evidence which shows we need the sugar tax to fight the obesity epidemic

Is oil price cartel Opec on the verge of collapse?