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They say never meet your hero but Heather Watson came so close to both meeting and beating her hero at Wimbledon.
By Sportsbeat • 9 minutes ago
The largest ever Summer Universiade gets under way in the Korean city of Gwangju on Friday 3 July with organisers vowing to deliver a "stand out" programme.
By Marcus Foley • 16 minutes ago
Chile will have to put on a perfect display in the Copa America final to overcome favourites Argentina and win the tournament for the first time, defender Gary
By Reuters • 25 minutes ago
Former England wicketkeeper Bob Taylor has suffered a heart attack and is in hospital awaiting a heart bypass operation.
By PA Sport • 35 minutes ago
FIFPro, the world footballers' union, is to welcome female players as direct members in a bid to fight inequality in the sport.
By PA Sport • 39 minutes ago
Hoisting a grand slam trophy into the air seemed several lifetimes ago as Sam Stosur suffered one of the more ignominious Wimbledon exits of recent years.
By Marcus Foley • 50 minutes ago
Max Verstappen believes his Toro Rosso Formula 1 team is second quickest in terms of race pace behind Mercedes based on its performance in British Grand Prix
By AutoSport • 53 minutes ago
World number one Serena Williams survived an almighty scare at Wimbledon on Friday, battling back to beat inspired Briton Heather Watson in three sets and stay
By Reuters • 59 minutes ago
Castleford's dream of moving into a new stadium took a major step towards realisation on Friday.
By PA Sport • 1 hour ago
Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya has called on Bernie Ecclestone to work with teams to help "un-crap" Formula One if the commercial supremo thinks the product
By Reuters • 1 hour ago
Join us for live text commentary as Marin Cilic takes on John Isner in the third round
By Eurosport UK • 1 hour ago
Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel is set to sign a new contract next week, according to reports.
By Eurosport • 1 hour ago
World number one Serena Williams survived an almighty scare at Wimbledon on Friday, battling back to beat Britain's Heather Watson in three sets and stay on
By Reuters • 1 hour ago
American Bryce Molder used a red-hot finish to move into a four-way share of the second round clubhouse lead at the Greenbrier Classic on Friday while world
By Reuters • 1 hour ago
World number one Serena Williams survived an almighty scare at Wimbledon on Friday, battling back to beat Britain's Heather Watson in three sets.
By Marcus Foley • 1 hour ago
(Corrects typo in para 5)
By Reuters • 1 hour ago
Chris Froome reckons there will be no phoney war when the Tour de France begins with a 14km individual time trial through the streets of the picturesque Dutch
By Reuters • 1 hour ago
Sebastien Ogier moved into the Rally Poland lead on Friday afternoon as early star Ott Tanak ran into brake trouble and fell back.
By AutoSport • 2 hours ago
Charley Hull and the Solheim Cup go together like toast and jam but for the teenage Briton the 2013 edition is almost as memorable for her first taste of peanut
By Reuters • 2 hours ago
Australia failed to make the most of a six-wicket haul from paceman Mitchell Starc as a half-century by captain Michael Clarke kept the tourists propped up on
By PA Sport • 2 hours ago
Arda Turan would prefer a move to Chelsea but is still waiting on a concrete offer from the Premier League champions according to AS in Spain
By Eurosport • 2 hours ago
Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa say the long-run pace of their Williams Formula 1 car gives them confidence for Sunday's British Grand Prix but concede work is
By AutoSport • 3 hours ago
Vijay Mallya has called on Bernie Ecclestone to "uncrap" Formula 1 if the 84-year-old thinks it is not a product worth selling at the moment.
By AutoSport • 3 hours ago
Force India and Lotus believe Red Bull's woes have made fourth place in the Formula One championship more than just a dream this season.
By Reuters • 3 hours ago
Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford says he would back night-time dope tests for riders but fears cycling's biggest races may be decided by "sleep deprivation" rather
By Reuters • 3 hours ago