World No.1 and defending champion Rory McIlroy has carded double and triple bogeys in a third-round howler at the Australian Open.
The All Stars match has returned to the NRL schedule, and will be played next year on February 13 on the Gold Coast.
Adam Scott has recovered from a disastrous opening nine holes on day one to be just one stroke off the lead heading into the final round of the Australian Open.
Michael Clarke's deep pain has been visible while mourning Phillip Hughes in the toughest hour of his Australian cricket captaincy.
Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting and South Australian coach Darren Berry have written touching tributes to fallen friend Phillip Hughes.
Michael Cheika wants to be in constant contact with Wallabies players in the lead-up to the World Cup, without compromising his role as NSW Waratahs coach.
The Australian world No.1-ranked Kookaburras have lost Aran Zalewski to injury on the eve of departing for the Champions Trophy hockey tournament in India.
Code-hopping star Sam Burgess has made his rugby debut coming off the bench for English premiership side Bath.
Former Baltimore Ravens star Ray Rice might return to the NFL after winning an appeal against an indefinite suspension for domestic violence.
Two people have been banned from Twickenham for two years after being found to have aimed homophobic abuse at referee Nigel Owens.
The Italian Olympic Committee's anti-doping prosecutor has requested a ban of over four years for Olympic figure skating bronze medallist Carolina Kostner.
Carlos Sainz has been named as Toro Rosso's second driver for the 2015 Formula One world championship alongside Dutch teenager Max Verstappen.
Cricketers around Australia are set to take the field on a sombre Saturday following the death of Phillip Hughes.
The first Test at the Gabba has been postponed in light of the death of Phillip Hughes.
Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah have hit half-centuries to set up a 21-run win for Bangladesh over Zimbabwe in the fourth one-day international in Dhaka.
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