Bruni wins Argo Gold Cup Final
Francesco Bruni beat Sir Ben Ainslie in the Argo Gold Cup Final
(01:03) | October 14, 2013
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Beckham sets record for one-handed catches
More Sports Video: With the assistance of Saints QB Drew Brees, Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. officially set the world record for most one-handed catches in a minute with 33.
(01:48) | Jan 30, 2015
Murphy secures Masters Title
More Sports Video: Shaun Murphy thrashed world number one Neil Robertson 10-2 to become the Masters champion at London's Alexandra Palace on Sunday.
(01:29) | Jan 19, 2015
French sport united in grief for Charlie Hebdo
More Sports Video: French sport has come together in condemnation of the killing of 12 people at a Paris-based satirical newspaper, with tributes paid to the victims.
(02:02) | Jan 9, 2015
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Nadal: I had some good winners
Tennis Video: Rafael Nadal talks after advancing to the third round of the Miami Open following a win over Nicolas Almagro.
(01:00) | Mar 28, 2015
Terim: We can match the Netherlands
International Football: Fatih Terim is confident Turkey can pose the Netherlands problems in their upcoming Euro 2016 qualifier.
(01:02) | Mar 28, 2015
Hiddink to make do without Robben, van Persie
International Football: Netherlands manager Guus Hiddink says injuries to Arjen Robben and Robin van Persie ahead of the European qualifier with Turkey is major blow for his side.
(00:53) | Mar 28, 2015
Italy, Bulgaria prepare for Sofia showdown
International Football: Italy prepare to take on Bulgaria in their fifth Group H European Championships qualifier in Sofia.
(01:17) | Mar 28, 2015
W2W4: MLS week 4
ESPN FC on TV: The ESPN FC panel look ahead to Major League Soccer's biggest matches of week four.
(02:02) | Mar 28, 2015
Martino: Can't guarantee Messi will play
International Football: Argentina head coach Gerardo Martino doubtful of Lionel Messi's inclusion as the striker sat on the sidelines while his teammates practiced for a friendly against El Salvador.
(01:15) | Mar 28, 2015
SailingA 72-foot-long, high-tech catamaran sailboat capsized on Thursday in San Francisco Bay while practising for the America's Cup races this summer, killing an Olympic gold medallist from England and injuring another sailor
Rio 2016Ben Ainslie, Great Britain's four-time Olympic champion, will not compete for a fifth in Rio after calling time on his Olympic career
Sailing World ChampionshipsBen Ainslie's chances of winning a medal vanished after he was disqualified from two races at the Sailing World Championships in Australia
London Olympics 2012Ben Ainslie has revealed he would have turned his back on London 2012 to pursue his dream of sailing in the America's Cup
America's CupThree-time Olympic champion Ben Ainslie will not have the chance to skipper a British team in the next staging of the America's Cup after his team announced they would not enter the next event in 2013