Team Sky, winners of the Tour de France this year with Bradley Wiggins, have decided to reinforce their zero-tolerance doping policy on staff and riders in the light of the Lance Armstrong affair and because of the possibility of further revelations emerging.
... baseball is also pushing hard for more use of technology. After the New York Yankees' suffered a serious blown call against the Detroit Tigers general manager Joe Girardi called for better utilisation of tech in the game. England, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Everton fans among many will have agreed with him at some point.
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It's been a year of unparalleled success for British sportspeople, with tennis and gold majors won, the incredible Olympics, and being part of the astonishing Ryder Cup victory. But what have been the disappointments this year?
Declaration Of War is the aptly named horse that may be sent into battle by Aidan O'Brien against Frankel at Ascot this weekend.
The former French racing cyclist Christophe Bassons, who was told to leave the Tour de France and "go home" by disgraced champion Lance Armstrong after speaking out about doping, said he did not feel bitter towards the American.
Sebastian Coe, the president of the IAAF, has reluctantly ditched his controversial £100,000 a year role as a Nike ambassador but still maintains that it was not a conflict of interest.
Sebastian Coe’s links with Nike are set to come under renewed scrutiny after emails emerged that show he discussed his support for the successful bid by Eugene, Oregon, to stage the 2021 world athletics championships with executives from the company.
Whenever Tyson Fury opens his mouth you can never be sure whether what comes out will be accompanied by a smile or a scowl; be tinged with intelligence and charm or be dipped in poison.