World Cup qualifiers: Aaron Ramsey and Jonny Williams ruled out for Wales
Aaron Ramsey and Jonny Williams are not included in Wales' squad for the opening 2018 World Cup qualifier against Moldova on 5 September.
European super league move 'would lead to war'
Any closed European Super League is "out of the question", says Uefa presidential candidate Alexander Ceferin.
Former player to sue Sale over concussion
Former Sale Sharks player Cillian Willis is to sue the club alleging clinical negligence over a career-ending concussion.
Man Utd will be Schweinsteiger's 'last club in Europe'
German midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger thanks fans for their support and says he is "ready" if Manchester United need him.
Lewis Hamilton: Mercedes driver could take grid penalty at the Belgian Grand Prix
Mercedes say Lewis Hamilton is "likely" to suffer a grid penalty for using too many engine parts at this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix.
Sports Personality of the Year: Nominate your 2016 Get Inspired Unsung Hero
Do you know a local sports volunteer who deserves recognition? Find out how to nominate them for the 2016 Get Inspired Unsung Hero award.
Flanagan & Duffy get first Northern Ireland call-ups
Tom Flanagan and Michael Duffy are new faces in the Northern Ireland squad for the opening World Cup qualifier against the Czech Republic.
West Ham 'interested' in signing Man City's Bony
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic is "interested" in Manchester City's Wilfried Bony following injuries to Andy Carroll and Andre Ayew.
Joe Marler: Harlequins prop ready to move on from problems
England and Harlequins prop Joe Marler says he "can cope with stuff under pressure now that things on and off the field are rosy".
Doping in sport: 11 Beijing 2008 weightlifting medallists fail retests
Three Olympic champions are among 11 weightlifters who face being stripped of their Beijing 2008 medals after failing doping retests.
Dalian Atkinson had CPR for 35 minutes, inquest hears
Doctors battled in vain for 35 minutes to save footballer Dalian Atkinson after he was Tasered by police, the inquest into his death hears.
Trott 'frustrated' by rivals' questions over GB success
Four-time Olympic champion Laura Trott dismisses questions from rival riders about Great Britain's Rio performance.
Celtic belong in Champions League group stage - Brendan Rodgers
Brendan Rodgers praises Celtic for "toughing it out" after they secure a return to the Champions League group stage.
England may play three spinners in first ODI
Liam Dawson could make his England one-day debut alongside fellow spinners Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid in Wednesday's series opener against Pakistan.
'I won Great Britain's first Paralympic gold medal'
In September 1960, Margaret Maughan won Great Britain's first ever Paralympics medal.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp gets to grips with England geography
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp explains to Gary Lineker how he is getting to grips with the geography of England.
Russian doping officials 'should apologise' for ban
Officials behind Russia's state-sponsored doping should apologise to their athletes, says a British member of the International Paralympic Committee.
Rio 2016: How Team GB went from one gold medal in 1996 to 27 in 2016
Watch how Team GB went from one of their worst performances at an Olympic Games in Atlanta 1996 to their most successful away games at Rio 2016.
Bangladesh v England: No players forced to tour, says Eoin Morgan
England one-day captain Eoin Morgan says no player will be forced to tour Bangladesh amid safety concerns ahead of tour.
Olympic ticket scandal: Rio police 'find emails between Pat Hickey and THG'
Emails linking IOC (International Olympic Committee) member Pat Hickey to the head of a company alleged to have resold Olympic tickets have been found, say police in Rio.
Man City's Hart to play first game of season
Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Champions League game between Manchester City and Steaua Bucharest.