2014 Winter Olympics: Day 9 wrap-up
Julie Foudy and Wayne Drehs take a look at the biggest stories from day nine of competition.
(03:37) | February 16, 2014
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Phelps suspended for six months by US swimming
Olympics: Michael Phelps has been handed a six month suspension by US Swimming after being charged with drink driving.
(00:54) | Oct 7, 2014
IOC: Rio Olympics on track
Olympics: The IOC has insisted that the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olimpics are on schedule, but the preparations are reaching a 'critical phase'.
(01:22) | Oct 2, 2014
Brazilian president visits the Rio Olympic Park
Olympics: Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff joined the IOC Coordination Commission on a visit to the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Park on Tuesday.
(01:00) | Oct 1, 2014
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MLS Commissioner wants a thriving pro division
MLS: MLS Commissioner Don Garber explains that the competition in the professional divisions of the United States is heading in the right direction, but he still sees areas for improvement.
(01:23) | Oct 22, 2014
Nicol: No heart for Liverpool
ESPN FC on TV: Former Liverpool defender Steve Nicol calls out his club for playing with a lack of heart and determination against Real Madrid.
(01:12) | Oct 22, 2014
Liverpool's summer spending falls flat
ESPN FC on TV: Craig Burley and Stevie Nicol take jabs at Liverpool's new players, saying not a single investment has paid off so far.
(00:57) | Oct 22, 2014
Peterson: Klinsmann right to want experience
International Football: NASL commissioner Bill Peterson agrees with Jurgen Klinsmann calling for U.S. players to get experience against the best in the world, but insists standards have improved greatly in domestic football.
(00:52) | Oct 22, 2014
Mourinho suggests Costa will miss United game
Premier League: Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says Diego Costa and Loic Remy are expected to miss their match against Manchester United.
(01:29) | Oct 22, 2014
Schweinsteiger making progress
Bundesliga: Bayern Munich midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has begun training with a ball, but it is not yet known when he is expected to be available for first team action.
(00:46) | Oct 22, 2014
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AthleticsJamaica have been warned they risk being expelled from the 2016 Olympics if they fail to overhaul their drug-testing programme
GymnasticsBeth Tweddle, Britain's most successful gymnast, has announced her retirement from the sport to launch the first athlete-led London 2012 legacy programme on the Olympic site
Olympic sportThe sport of rhythmic gymnastics has been rocked by news that its judges have been cheating
TaekwondoOlympic taekwondo bronze medallist and double world champion Sarah Stevenson has confirmed her decision to retire from the sport with immediate effect
CanoeingFormer Olympic gold medallist Tim Brabants has announced he is set to retire from canoeing
There was a Python, a diva or two and more tears in the east end of London last night when the "legacy" Olympics finally ended