Tour de France: Stage 17 roundup
Chris Froome extended his overall lead after winning the 17th stage of the Tour de France on Wednesday.
(01:22) | July 18, 2013
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2015 Tour de France route revealed
Cycling: The 102nd Tour de France route has been revealed, with defending champion Vincenzo Nibali expecting a tough first week.
(02:14) | Oct 23, 2014
Contador aiming to complete double
Cycling: Alberto Contador believes he can win both the Giro d'Italia and Vuelta a Espana in 2015.
(01:22) | Oct 7, 2014
Wiggins claims world time trial title
Cycling: Bradley Wiggins won his first road world title with a convincing time trial victory at the UCI Road World Championships in Ponferrada.
(01:43) | Sep 25, 2014
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Mourinho challenges side to win titles
Premier League: Jose Mourinho believes his current Chelsea side are more exciting than during his first spell at the club, but can only be considered great when they start winning trophies.
(01:43) | Nov 28, 2014
Hughes worried about sickness bug at Stoke
Premier League: Manager Mark Hughes says Stoke City were "at the mercy of" a sickness bug ahead of Saturday's Premier League match at out-of-form Liverpool.
(01:11) | Nov 28, 2014
Hecking bemoans Wolfsburg's luck
Europa League: Wolfsburg head coach Dieter Hecking says his side were "unfortunate" to lose 2-0 against Everton in the Europa League on Thursday.
(01:07) | Nov 28, 2014
Deila happy to qualify despite Salzburg defeat
Europa League: Celtic manager Ronny Deila admitted he was relieved to qualify for the knock out stages of the Europa League despite their defeat to Red Bull Salzburg.
(01:07) | Nov 28, 2014
Suarez still frustrated by reputation
La Liga: Barcelona forward Luis Suarez talks about his reputation as he and his team-mates receive a brand new car each.
(01:30) | Nov 28, 2014
Brandao jailed for headbutt on PSG's Motta
Ligue 1: Bastia striker Brandao has been handed a one month jail sentence for headbutting Paris Saint-Germain's Thiago Motta following a Ligue 1 match in August.
(01:01) | Nov 28, 2014
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