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England captain Alastair Cook says players went "over the top" in the first Ashes Test and urges both sides to behave better.
Trapped in Qatar, Zahir Belounis planned his escape, considered suicide and turned to alcohol before his release
Australia relaxed and confident, England unsure of themselves or their line-up - everything's changed in a few short months, says chief sports writer Tom Fordyce
The BBC will show 200 hours of action from Sochi 2014 with Clare Balding, Hazel Irvine and Jonathan Edwards hosting the coverage.
Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal can sustain their title challenge despite doubts from Match of the Day pundits.
Ding Junhui's hopes of winning a fourth consecutive ranking title end with a 6-4 loss to Ricky Walden at the UK Championship.
Trainer Gerard Butler is disqualified for five years by the British Horseracing Authority after a doping inquiry.
Olympic champion Jade Jones admits to "falling out of love" with taekwondo but hopes her new approach to the sport will succeed.
Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Premier League game between Manchester United and Everton.
Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Premier League game between Fulham and Tottenham Hotspur.
British basketball star Pops Mensah-Bonsu is banned for three games after a violent end to a Euroleague match.
Tony Pulis says the 1-0 win over West Ham - his first as Crystal Palace boss - boosts their hopes of avoiding relegation.
Scotland will take on United Arab Emirates, Canada, Hong Kong and Nepal in Group A of the 2015 World Cup qualifier.
Wales and British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland is named coach of the year at the 2013 UK Coaching Awards.
Britain's sprinters will try to match their dominant endurance counterparts at round two of track cycling's World Cup in Mexico.
German driver Nico Hulkenberg rejoins Force India for the 2014 Formula 1 season after signing a "multi-year" deal.
England will be hoping to avoid a late World Cup draw switch after being put in an unseeded pot of European nations.
A celebration by football fans in the US city of Seattle grew so loud on Monday evening it registered as a minor earthquake, a research group says.
New Zealand's Kieran Read is named world player of the year as the All Blacks dominate the IRB awards.
Managerless Sheffield Wednesday pull off the shock of the night as they beat Championship leaders Leicester City.
Marseille's Mathieu Valbuena will be out for four to six weeks after injuring his shoulder in the 1-0 defeat by Lille.
Alex Danson scores twice as England beat Germany 3-1 in their final group match at hockey's World League Final in Argentina.
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France's triple jump world champion Teddy Tamgho will miss the rest of the winter season after fracturing his shinbone.
Tim Bresnan is excited to be back in England's squad for the second Ashes Test on Thursday after recovering from injury.
Neil Fachie and Sophie Thornhill win gold medals on day one of the Paracycling International Cup in Newport.
Paralympic champion Dame Sarah Storey returns to competition with a win in the Paracycling International Cup in Newport.
The Scottish Referees' Association express "deep dissatisfaction" with the ban given to Dundee United's Nadir Ciftci.
Ross Brawn will return to Formula 1 after taking a break following his Mercedes exit, says former world champion Niki Lauda.
Businessman David Williams succeeds Neil Coles as chairman of the European Tour's board of directors.
Champion mare Dancing Rain, who is in foal by the prodigious Frankel, sells at auction for four million guineas (£4.2m).
Marc Marquez knows he is not the finished article despite becoming the youngest rider to win the MotoGP title.
St Helens and England hooker James Roby signs a new five-year contract with his hometown club.
Ulster's Tommy Bowe will be out of action for at least four weeks because of a groin injury suffered on Ireland duty.
Latest scores, results and schedule from the UK Championship at the Barbican Centre in York
Michael Jamieson says his recent heart scare shows he’s pushing himself to the limit for the Commonwealth Games.
Andy Murray's return to action following back surgery is delayed after the Dream Cup exhibition in Barbados is cancelled.
Jasmin Taylor has says she is 'overwhelmed' after becoming Britain's first ever Telemark skiing World Cup medallist.
Features & Analysis
In winning the World Cup and Olympics, sports editor David Bond asks whether Brazil has bitten off more than it can chew
Tom Fordyce tries to separate the man from the myth of Australia's first and most-lasting national hero
BBC Sport talks to Kenneth Omeruo who has won the Africa Cup of Nations but is yet to make his debut for Chelsea
As the senior side resume their battle in Australia, England's Under-19 team are indicating a strong future
BBC rugby expert Jeremy Guscott gives his verdict on the Six Nations and addresses the week's other issues in his Q&A
Formula 1 is undergoing a revolution this winter - but how will the 2014 regulation changes spice up the on-track action?
In an ideal world Tom Daley's sexuality would be of no interest, and that world might now be a step closer, says Matt Slater
When? Where? Does it matter? All you need to know ahead of Friday's draw for the 2014 Fifa World Cup in Brazil