Le Cleac'h wins Vendee Globe in record time
Armel Le Cleac'h held off a late surge from British sailor Alex Thomson to win the Vendee Globe round-the-world race in record time on Thursday.
Bach announces historic deal.
IOC president Thomas Bach has announced a 12-year deal with Chinese company Alibaba and claims it is an 'historic' moment for the Olympics.
Coe willing to appear before MPs but wants more details
Lord Sebastian Coe says he is prepared to give further evidence to the Culture, Media and Sport Committee over IAAF corruption.
British sprinters in hospital after road accident
Sprinters James Ellington and Nigel Levine were 'conscious and stable' in hospital on Wednesday after a road accident in Tenerife.
2024 L.A. Olympics may involve new NFL stadium
Organizers trying to land the 2024 Summer Olympics for Los Angeles would include a new football stadium in the Games' ceremonies.
British sailor Alex Thomson breaks world record
Britain's Alex Thomson has broken the world record for most distance covered in a 24-hour period by a solo sailor by travelling 536.81 nautical miles during the Vendee Globe race.
World champion Halsall retires from swimming
Three-time Olympian Fran Halsall has announced her retirement from swimming.
3 Chinese weightlifters lose 2008 titles for doping
Three Chinese women weightlifters have been stripped of Olympic titles for doping at the 2008 Beijing Games.
Track and field gets drugs warning from UK
UK Athletics chairman Ed Warner claims the fight against drug cheats is not fierce enough and too many people in the sport are in denial.
Britain's Carlin: Life 'dull' after Olympic high
Great Britain's Jazz Carlin has emphasised how motivated she remains for challenges ahead, five months on from her Olympic success.
Coe faces fresh questioning on IAAF corruption
IAAF president Seb Coe will be asked to appear before British MPs again as the doping scandal which predated his election refuses to go away.
Farah struggles in first race as 'Sir Mo'
Mo Farah was left to reflect on a "hard day at the office" after his first race as 'Sir Mo' ended in a disappointing seventh-place finish at the Great Edinburgh International XCountry.
Report: Russian hack shaped by WADA inquiry
A U.S. intelligence report says Vladimir Putin included the Olympic doping scandal as an example of "US-directed efforts to defame Russia" and influenced his decision to order cyberattacks.
Farah amazed by knighthood.
Sir Mo Farah admits he never dreamt he would be recognised by his country, after he was knighted in the Queen's New Year Honours list.
UKAD chief: Cycling's committee appearance 'extraordinary'
David Kenworthy has criticised the answers given by cycling officials to MPs last month regarding the contents of a 'mystery' package delivered to the Team Sky doctor.
Pair of wrestlers get four-year bans for doping
The governing body of wrestling has imposed four-year doping bans on Bashir Babajanzadeh of Iran and Zubair Dibirov of Azerbaijan.
Pingpong wizard finishes opponent with behind-the-back shot.
A pingpong master completely fakes out his opponent by using a behind-the-back trick shot to earn the point.
Arise, Sir Andy: Knighthood granted to Murray
World No. 1 Andy Murray is to be knighted in the New Year's honours list for his services to tennis and charity.
Probe prevents disclosure on Wiggins package - Howden
British Cycling chief insists he is prevented from confirming what was in a package delivered to Sir Bradley Wiggins five years ago due to an ongoing UK Anti-Doping investigation.
Russian officials backtrack on doping admissions
Russian officials have backtracked on admissions that they could no longer deny an organized doping program, saying the RUSADA chief was misquoted.
Sir Bradley Wiggins retires from cycling
Sir Bradley Wiggins will end a career that saw him win a British record eight Olympic medals as well as the country's first Tour de France title.
Russian officials admit to vast doping 'conspiracy'
Russian officials have acknowledged for the first time the existence of a systematic, far-reaching campaign of doping that involved hundreds of the country's athletes.
IOC opens cases against 28 Russian Olympians
The International Olympic Committee says it has opened disciplinary cases against 28 Russian athletes whose urine samples were likely tampered with at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.
Doping costs Russia biathlon, skating events
Russia lost the speedskating and biathlon events it was scheduled to host this winter following allegations it ran a vast, state-sponsored doping scheme.
Weightlifter Popovici, 16, suspended for doping
The International Weightlifting Federation has suspended 16-year-old Alina-Alexandra Popovici for four years and banned Yuliya Kalina for two years for doping.
Tyson Fury and David Haye disagreed in their appraisal of Anthony Joshua on Saturday, but what is definite is the Briton will face a much sterner test against Wladimir Klitschko.
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