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Formula 1 will award double points at the final race from 2014 and introduce a cost cap from 2015 among a number of changes.
Ex-Premier League striker among six people questioned.
Celtic suspend 128 fans and relocate a section of season-ticket holders after damage at Motherwell's Fir Park.
Manchester United boss David Moyes takes "complete responsibility" for poor results but is confident his team will improve.
Chief sports writer Tom Fordyce asks how England can recover from another heavy defeat by Australia that leaves them 2-0 down in the Ashes series
Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's Premier League game between Swansea City and Hull City.
England lack the "desire and heart" to compete with Australia in the Ashes, says former batsman Geoffrey Boycott.
Cristiano Ronaldo, Franck Ribery and Lionel Messi are named on the final shortlist for the 2013 Ballon d'Or.
Competitors at Sochi 2014 have been warned not to take part in demonstrations or political gestures at the Games.
England captain Alastair Cook insists his side can fight back in the Ashes series against Australia following another emphatic defeat.
David Price pulls out of his heavyweight bout against Russia's Evgeny Orlov on 14 December because of a virus.
Director of rugby Gary Gold leaves Bath after a year and a half in charge of the Premiership club.
Portsmouth appoint Richie Barker as their new manager, with Steve Coppell as director of football.
European 800m champion Lynsey Sharp is still waiting for her gold medal - six months after being awarded it.
Everton midfielder Ross Barkley can reach the "top of the tree", says former Liverpool defender Alan Hansen.
Champion chaser Sprinter Sacre is poised to make an earlier than expected seasonal return at Kempton later this month.
Zach Johnson beats world number one and tournament host Tiger Woods in a play-off to win the World Challenge in California.
British Paralympic bronze medallist Ben Quilter announces his retirement from judo to spend more time with his family.
England's Ben Stokes and Australia's Mitchell Johnson are found not guilty of inappropriate and deliberate physical contact.
Hayden Smith rejoins Saracens after 18 months playing American Football in the NFL with New York Jets.
Promoter Eddie Hearn says Ricky Burns will defend his WBO lightweight title against Terence Crawford in February.
Jockey Steve Drowne is injured as British-trained sprinter Jwala suffers fatal injuries in Hong Kong Sprint fall.
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Gemma Steel wins individual silver and Great Britain's women's team take gold at the European Cross Country Championships.
Olympic heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua withdraws from Saturday's fight against Dorian Darch with a shoulder injury.
Australia bowl England out for 312 to win the second Test by 218 runs and secure a 2-0 lead in the Ashes series.
Matt Crampton and Laura Trott win medals as Britain's track cyclists finish third overall at the World Cup in Mexico.
Britain's Sam Ingram takes just 20 seconds in the final to retain his Visually Impaired European Championship judo title.
Roy Keane believes former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson still wants 'control and power' at Old Trafford.
Former Ferrari general manager Jean Todt is re-elected unopposed as the president of motorsport's governing body, the FIA.
Miguel Angel Jimenez breaks his own record as the European Tour's oldest winner with Hong Kong Open play-off victory.
Cheltenham Gold Cup runner-up Sir Des Champs is an early faller as Arvika Ligeonniere wins the John Durkan Chase at Punchestown.
Marc Marquez knows he is not the finished article despite becoming the youngest rider to win the MotoGP title.
The Indian Olympic Association amends its constitution after a threat to its participation in the Olympic Games.
England's Sam Burgess and Scotland's Danny Brough are among six nominees for the 2013 Golden Boot award.
Wales' player exodus could continue with 2013 Lions captain Sam Warburton keen to settle his future in the coming days.
Neil Robertson beats Mark Selby 10-7 in the UK Championship final to become the eighth man to win snooker's 'Triple Crown'.
Michael Jamieson says his recent heart scare shows he’s pushing himself to the limit for the Commonwealth Games.
Andy Murray can be competitive at the Australian Open if he has fully recovered from back surgery, according to John McEnroe.
Olympic downhill champion Lindsey Vonn is happy with her return to competitive action after a successful comeback in Canada.
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