One day after Victoria Pendleton’s anticlimactic exit from the saddle at Fakenham, opinion among racing professionals was sharply divided on the key question of whether she should now be tried in the furnace of the Cheltenham Festival.
Mo Farah was bloodied by a rogue spike, but this time he left Scotland unbowed.
There is a lightheartedness about Carl Frampton, an easy predilection for the craic, that disguises the ruthless streak common to most driven boxers, and he knows Scott Quigg will be similarly cold-hearted when they fight in Manchester on Saturday night.
Trainer Peter Fury speaks on Andrey Fedosov and Alexander Ustinov as he continues to try to secure an opponent for Hughie Fury.
Anthony Joshua says that he has no fear ahead of his London showdown with IBF heavyweight champion Charles Martin.
Ladbrokes will be shut out of sponsoring at next month’s Cheltenham Festival after 10 years as backers of the World Hurdle, it was announced on Thursday.
Promoter Tom Loeffler says that there is a written agreement in place for the winner of Saul Alvarez and Amir Khan to meet Gennady Golovkin later in 2016.
Nike has severed its long-time sponsorship deal with Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao after the athlete sparked outrage with anti-gay comments.
Trainer Peter Fury says that only the United Kingdom and UAE remain in the running to stage the rematch between Tyson Fury and Wladimir Klitschko.
The continual willingness of snooker to indulge Ronnie O’Sullivan is no great surprise. It is, nonetheless, a recurring disappointment.
The British men’s 4x100m relay team took their first step to redemption in these European Championships on a night that produced two bronze medals for the home nations.
One hundred days from Rio, Britain’s national cycling team has been thrown into chaos following the sudden resignation of its head, technical director Shane Sutton, as allegations of bullying and discrimination against women and Paralympians accumulated on Wednesday.
Little could better emphasise the extent to which the Olympics has changed since its inception than the story of Eric Liddell, 1924 gold medallist and inspiration for the Oscar-winning film Chariots of Fire.
Sir Dave Brailsford believes Team Sky’s computers have been hacked by critics who are sifting through Chris Froome’s performance data for signs he could be using performance-enhancing drugs.
If this test event is about markers, signposts and confidence-boosting on the road to London, then Great Britain's team sprinters Victoria Pendleton and Jess Varnish and their team pursuit counterparts Laura Trott, Dani King and Jo Rowsell have set off in the grandest style possible.
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Ronda Rousey demonstrated once more this past Saturday that she is without peer in the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s bantamweight division.
Andy Murray and Tyson Fury are among the favourites to win the BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year award for 2015 after being named on the 12-person shortlist Monday and following a weekend of stunning achievements for the pair.
Mark Cavendish is set for a momentous 2016 as he makes a three-pronged attack on the Tour de France, the Olympics and the Road World Championship title after being named in the British squad for Rio.
Surely Carl Frampton knew what he was getting into when he surrendered his super-bantamweight titles and immediately targeted the biggest, baddest opponent at 126lb: the undefeated three-division champion Léo Santa Cruz.
Kell Brook could not hide his frustration and regret following his defeat to Gennady Golovkin here on Saturday night , questioning the decision of his trainer, Dominic Ingle, to throw in the towel midway through the fifth round at a stage where he felt he was “settling into the contest”.
Mo Farah insists he is not fazed by personal criticism after an online question and answer session descended into farce in the run-up to his Great North Run title defence.
For the third time in four days, the breakaway group had the final word. However, whereas in Kendal and Knutsford there was no doubt that an escapee would win, here nails were bitten until the very last metre, with Jack Bauer of New Zealand snatching victory even as Caleb Ewan of Australia led the peloton on to the heels of the third rider across the line, Erick Rowsell of the British team Madison-Genesis.