Kell Brook fought the Canadian Kevin Bizier here on Saturday night but his real opponent was complacency.
Paula Radcliffe has called for drug testers to be allowed to travel without visas to stop cheats being forewarned of their arrival.
Alex Rodriguez will call time on a hugely successful and often controversial baseball career in 2017 when his contract with the Yankees expires.
It is true there were caveats and legitimate excuses but the bald facts should still sting: Great Britain will fly home from Portland later on Monday without a gold medal having endured their worst performance at a world indoor championships in a decade.
Seb Coe says that he is saddened by Russia’s absence from the World Indoor Championships and insists that many athletes want the country to return in time for the Olympics.
The Australian Rugby League Commission rolled the dice when they appointed Welsh banker David Smith as the unlikely boss of the NRL in 2012; a more conservative tack was taken with his successor.
The five-time world snooker champion is willing Leicester on... but fancies Tottenham.
More than 550 greyhounds were injured and 14 deaths resulted from racing in Queensland in the first two months of 2016 despite sweeping reforms of the industry ordered following a national live baiting scandal.
No amount of sentiment could carry the wholehearted Liverpool veteran Derry Mathews to a fairytale high point of a long, hard career here on Saturday night but, in front of his own fans, he gave the world lightweight champion Terry Flanagan all the trouble he could handle over 12 absorbing rounds.
Sheamus had been planned to win the WWE Money in the Bank briefcase last year.
In the last stop before this Sunday's Money in the Bank PPV, WWE passed through New Orleans for Raw and here are five things we learnt from the broadcast.
Punching the air in triumph, a pumped-up Mo Farah definitively demonstrated the doping allegations levelled at his coach and his training partner off the track had not affected his performance on it.
Let’s start with the obvious: nobody – not renowned surgeon Dr James Andrews, not agent Scott Boras, not Washington Nationals and New York Mets general managers Mike Rizzo and Sandy Alderson, not Hall of Fame pitcher John Smoltz – knows the right path when it comes to protecting young arms.
Chris Froome believes that the reason his yellow jersey has yet to come under threat is due to the toughness of this year’s route but also to a lack of structure in the racing.
Bill Goldberg feels WWE are dismissing his impact on the professional wrestling industry and talks possible return.
On a day of familiarly cloying British summer drizzle victories for Laura Robson and Andy Murray on a covered Centre Court provided a hometown centrepiece to an afternoon at Wimbledon that was distinctly and even rather jarringly Brit-flavoured.
Jessica Ennis-Hill’s hopes of returning to the heptathlon next week – in what would be her first multi-event competition since winning gold at London 2012 – are in the balance after the latest stage of her comeback offered more questions than answers.
There’s something about TD Garden that brings out the best in Gracie Gold.
'U-sain! U-sain! U-sain!" chanted the crowd, which seemed packed with a comical number of pasty Brits wearing Jamaican flags and facepaint.
Mo Farah is the latest British athlete to face scrutiny over his use of so-called therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) after his confidential medical data was leaked online. Farah, the double gold medallist at the 2016 Olympics, is one of eight more British athletes who competed in Rio de Janeiro whose records were released on Monday by the Fancy Bears hacking group, believed to have links to Russia.
Canelo Álvarez has fractured his right thumb, scrapping plans for a big December fight in New York City.