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Here's why Andy Murray's Queen's defeat is more surprising than you might hav...
Thompson wasn?t even going to be playing in the tournament.
This guy just completed his collection of football shirts from all 211 Fifa n...
There are some special shirts in this collection.
Are Ifab's proposed rule changes actually any good? We asked a football histo...
The game?s halves could be reduced to 30 minutes while changes have been proposed to penalties too.
Meet the Nepalese artist bringing famous faces to life with nothing but a set...
The maestro is self-taught ? and something of a Barcelona fan.
You'll never guess who Conor McGregor is punching in a mural in his gym
And if the artwork is anything to go by, McGregor really is confident he can beat Mayweather?
This Peter Crouch holiday tweet shows he's the Premier League's funniest foot...
A legend of social media as well as the football pitch.
Tiger Woods 'gets professional help' to handle prescription medication
The former world number one golfer said he is dealing with back pain and a sleep disorder.
Paul Pogba has defended AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma on Twitter
The 18-year-old shot-stopper has come in for criticism after deciding not to renew his contract at Milan.
Legendary Italy defender Paolo Maldini is preparing to play professional tennis
Is there any sport this man can?t play?
This Serie A manager just cycled across Italy after his team's escape from re...
With his team facing relegation, Davide Nicola made his team a promise.
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England U21s into semis after easing past Poland
England reach the semi-finals of a European Under-21 Championship for the first time since 2009 after comfortably beating 10-man Poland.
Mohamed Salah: Liverpool sign Roma's former Chelsea winger for £34m
Liverpool complete the 39m euro (£34m) signing of Roma's former Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah, who joins on a five-year deal.
Frank de Boer: Crystal Palace set to appoint Dutchman as manager
Crystal Palace offer former Ajax and Inter Milan boss Frank de Boer the vacant manager's job at Selhurst Park.
Konta suffers disappointing exit against Vandeweghe
British number one Johanna Konta is knocked out of the Aegon Classic in the second round by American Coco Vandeweghe.
Azerbaijan GP: Fernando Alonso & Stoffel Vandoorne to start at back of grid
McLaren's Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne will start Sunday's Azerbaijan Grand Prix from the back of the grid.
India given higher share of ICC money after dispute
India will get almost a quarter of the total cash handed out by the ICC after challenging attempts to reduce their share.
Lions captain O'Mahony has 'sense of perspective'
Lions Test captain Peter O'Mahony will have a 'sense of perspective' after two tough seasons, says Paul O'Connell.
Ready for another round of 200mph chess? Azerbaijan GP preview
The Baku City Circuit needs to deliver a memorable race after a uninspired debut, while Lewis Hamilton could bump into an old flame.
The favourites, the players, the records - your Women's World Cup guide
Who are definitely going to cause an upset? Which England player is "fired up"? BBC Sport previews the Women's World Cup.
'Olympic movement about building bridges' - IOC open to joint Korea proposal
Proposed collaboration between North and South Korea at the 2018 Winter Olympics is welcomed by the International Olympic Committee.
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Deutrom hopeful Test status will keep top players home
Ireland cricket chief Warren Deutrom is hopeful that the nation's progression to Test status will stop the country's best players defecting to England.
Cost of OCI report into Rio scandal ?1.5m and rising
Olympic Council of Ireland President Sarah Keane has revealed that the cost of the organisation's report into the Rio ticketing scandal was ?1.5m and rising, but suggested it would not be wasted money if the OCI is "fundamentally changed for the better".
Harrington and McIlroy in contention at Travelers
Irish pair Rory McIlroy and Padraig Harrington are set up to contend at the Travelers Championship after making bright starts in their opening rounds.
Germany fight back to spoil Sanchez's party
Alexis Sanchez became Chile's leading goalscorer but he was unable to celebrate the occasion with a victory after Germany struck back in a 1-1 Confederations Cup draw at the Kazan Arena.
Liverpool finally complete ?39m Salah signing
Liverpool have finally kick-started their summer recruitment drive in earnest after completing a deal for Roma winger Mohamed Salah.
Limerick swat Tipp aside to reach Munster U21 semis
Limerick have booked their place in the Munster U21 hurling semi-finals with a 2-24 to 0-19 victory over Tipperary at the Gaelic Grounds.
Milligan spot-kick rescues point for Australia
Mark Milligan's second-half penalty meant Australia and Cameroon had to settle for a 1-1 draw in the Confederations Cup in St Petersburg.
Hayden Triggs: Why I fell out of love with rugby
Former Leinster second-row Hayden Triggs has explained his decision to walk away from the game.
Big Orange wins thrilling Ascot Gold Cup
Big Orange held off a late charge from two-in-a-row chasing Order of St. George to win a thrilling Ascot Gold Cup this afternoon.
One-two for Kenny and Breen in Rotterdam
Irish riders have been quick out of the blocks at the five-star Dutch Nations Cup fixture in Rotterdam, with Offaly's Darragh Kenny and Tipperary's Shane Breen filling the top two places in today's 1m55 Dura Vermeer prize.