Only months out from the Rio Olympics, Kenyan lawmakers have supported planned anti-doping legislation changes, hoping WADA will accept the law this time.
MONACO (Reuters) - Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton set the pace in an incident-filled opening Monaco Grand Prix practise on Thursday, with debris and a...
England became the first host nation to be knocked out at the group stages of a World Cup following their 33-13 thumping by the Wallabies at Twickenham.
Motorsport's governing body, Marussia and Formula One management face legal action from Jules Bianchi's family over the driver's death from head injuries.
Stuart Broad says his partnership with fellow English bowler James Anderson is on an even better footing as they look to the second Test against Sri Lanka.
MONACO (Reuters) - The family of the late French Formula One driver Jules Bianchi are planning legal action against the sport's governing body, his former...
Anderson and Broad shared 15 of the 20 Sri Lankan wickets to fall at Headingley where the hosts thumped Sri Lanka by an innings and 88 runs in the first test.
Guardiola, who will replace Manuel Pellegrini at City in July, made a stunning start to his managerial career as his immensely successful four-year spell at...
Argentinian halfback Tomas Cubelli will be rested from the Brumbies' Super Rugby clash with the Sunwolves in Canberra.
MADRID (Reuters) - It took more than two seasons but Gareth Bale finally feels settled at Real Madrid and is dreaming of big things to come.
North Melbourne's Daniel Wells returns to AFL action against Sydney.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia are resorting to guided missile technology to help their fast bowlers reclaim the Ashes from England next year.
The 56-year old signed a three-year deal to remain as Newcastle's manager, despite a clause in his contract that allowed him to leave St. James' Park if the...
November's mooted day-night Test in Adelaide will likely be a talking point when Australia play South Africa in the one-day tri-series in the West Indies.
England, who play Australia in Sunderland in a warm-up game on Friday, face Russia, Slovakia and Wales in Group B of the 24-team tournament, which starts on June 10.
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