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World number two Jordan Spieth scores a final round 65 to win the Colonial National Invitational by three shots.
Manager Gordon Strachan says Scotland's friendly defeat by Italy showed him how to combat the 3-5-2 system.
Four and a half years after Gary Speed’s death, father Roger tells BBC Wales how he has dealt with the loss of his son.
Tony Bellew wins his WBC world cruiserweight title fight at Goodison Park by knocking out Ilunga Makabu in the third round.
American Alexander Rossi wins the 100th Indianapolis 500 to become the first driver to win the race on his debut since 2001.
Wales coach Warren Gatland believes there were positives to take from the 27-13 defeat by England at Twickenham.
Australia will head into the Rio Olympics as the Women's World Sevens Series champions, with England finishing fourth overall.
Paralympian David Weir becomes the first wheelchair racer to complete a mile in under three minutes.
England boss Eddie Jones says fly-half George Ford was impressive against Wales, despite an erratic kicking performance.
Police are to conduct a review after Millwall fans were involved in crowd trouble during Sunday's League One play-off final.
England Under-21s win the Toulon Tournament for the first time since 1994 after beating hosts France 2-1 in the final.
Lewis Hamilton thanked title rival Nico Rosberg 'for being a gentleman' by letting him pass and helping him win the Monaco Grand Prix.
Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by eight runs to claim their first Indian Premier League title.
Germany suffer a third defeat in four games as they lose 3-1 to Slovakia in a friendly ahead of Euro 2016.
Brighton move one step closer to the Women's Super League as they beat Sporting Club Albion in the third tier play-off.
Yorkshire fight back from being 29-4 to post 301-9 on the first day of the Roses match with Lancashire at Headingley.
Highlights of England v Wales from Twickenham.
Sri Lanka mount a belated fightback with the bat, reaching 309-5 to delay England's push for victory in the second Test.
Riki Wessels' unbeaten century and Jackson Bird's four-wicket haul give Nottinghamshire control against Durham.
England's Chris Wood comes from three shots down to win the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.