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Tiger Woods follows up his best score of the year with a one-under-par 69 in the second round of The Greenbrier Classic.
Defending champion Vincenzo Nibali's team Astana is involved in a drug-related controversy on the eve of the Tour de France.
Man City ready to spend more than £100m, Ramos determined to leave Real, Atletico Madrid target Cazorla, plus more.
Former England and Derbyshire wicketkeeper Bob Taylor, 73, is in hospital after having a heart attack.
Boss Mark Sampson wants England to achieve more history by beating Germany to third place at the Women's World Cup.
Your essential guide to day six of Wimbledon as Andy Murray, James Ward, Roger Federer and Petra Kvitova all play.
Sunderland sign Wales international Adam Matthews from Scottish champions Celtic for £2m on a four-year deal.
Laura Bassett says she is "heartbroken" at scoring the own goal that ended England hopes of winning the Women's World Cup.
Great Britain are beaten 3-1 by Australia in the semi-finals of the World League tournament in Belgium.
Heather Watson may have lost but she played tennis that Serena Williams 'doesn't like'. BBC Sport pundits analyse her narrow Wimbledon defeat.
Australian international cricketer James Faulkner is dropped from Lancashire's T20 Blast match following a drink drive arrest.
Dustin Brown says he is not feeling extra pressure after his shock Wimbledon win over two-time champion Rafael Nadal.
Heather Watson says she is ready to test the world's best after getting within two points of beating Serena Williams.
British number one Heather Watson pushes Serena Williams to the limit in an agonising 6-2 4-6 7-5 defeat on Wimbledon's Centre Court.
Warwickshire's Brendon McCullum hits an unbeaten 158 off 64 balls against Derbyshire, the highest ever score in the T20 Blast.
Andy Murray will have friend and fellow Briton James Ward for company in the third round of Wimbledon on Saturday.
Tom Clarkson is joined by Eddie Jordan as they look back at the first two free practice sessions for the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
Australia captain Michael Clarke and bowler Mitchell Starc show some form ahead of the Ashes on day three against Essex.