The international future of Andrew Strauss, Kevin Pietersen or possibly both should become a good deal clearer at lunchtime at Lord's on Wednesday when Hugh Morris, the managing director of England cricket, makes a statement to a hastily-convened media conference.
Mo Farah set a new world record here in Birmingham on Sunday, his time of 8min 27.25sec easily the quickest mark in history for a two-mile victory parade.
Gordon Brown has accused one of the world's most influential golf clubs, the Royal and Ancient in St Andrews, of perpetuating discrimination by refusing to admit women as members.
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Lance Armstrong has failed in court to stop the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency pursuing case against him. Here is the seven-time Tour de France winners' full statement.
With London 2012 still in the back of our minds, Lausanne’s Diamond League meet this evening sees the return to the track and field for many of the world’s top athletes for the first time since the Olympic Games.
There is an advertisement currently showing on television, I think to do with TV licences, that in the space of 30 seconds gives a potted timeline, a speeded-up rush of a marriage from meeting to divorce, rather like the old footage of London to Brighton by train in four minutes.
Andy Flower has dropped the strongest hint yet that Kevin Pietersen will not be offered a new central contract by England next month.
Heptathlon The hugely talented athlete arrived in Beijing confident that she was in podium shape despite suffering a frustrating quadriceps injury in June.
Inside Nick Kyrgios’s pink headphones, there are probably a thousand loud sounds that drown out the roar of disapproval that visits him almost daily, however many times he says he’s sorry for, well, being Nick.