Ian Bell played the innings of his life but a Broad incident marred a good day for England at Trent Bridge
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Ben Nancholas writes on Day Two of the second test.
The sense that, although this may be Chris Froome's Tour, it is not a happy one for Team Sky strengthened on Thursday when a high speed crash two kilometres from the finish left the team's Norwegian Edvald Boasson Hagen with a broken right shoulder.
Opinion was divided.
Ashton Agar wrote himself into Ashes folklore with a stunning 98 on debut to stun the cricketing world.
Some observers were quick to heap praise on Anderson's beauty to Clarke, but was there any merit in the above assertion?
A round up of the latest sports stories including England's Ashes fight back, Manuel Pellegrini and Froome leads Tour de France.
Sunday July 7th 2013 will go down in history as the day Britain finally had a male singles champion at Wimbledon since Fred Perry in 1936.
England will have to hope an overcast morning gives James Anderson the chance to shine on Day Two.
It was a head-scratcher, that’s for sure.
Eddie Jones has urged England’s players to seize their grand slam opportunity in Paris on Saturday as he looks to turn them into “the strongest team in the world” by 2019.
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.