Liverpool beat Middlesbrough 14-13 in an extraordinary penalty shootout to progress to the fourth round of the Capital One Cup.
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Southampton come from behind to beat Arsenal in a superb Capital One Cup third-round tie at the Emirates Stadium.
Olympic champion Sir Bradley Wiggins says his form is "better than ever" as he targets a first world time trial title.
Bonding your team, getting your speech right, picking your singles line-up - the challenges facing Paul McGinley and Tom Watson
Rafael Nadal's coach criticises the appointment of Spain's female Davis Cup captain because she "doesn't know men's tennis".
Ceefax, the service relied upon for sports news in the days before smartphones and apps, celebrates its 40th birthday today.
Swansea record their first ever win over Premier League rivals Everton to reach the fourth round of the Capital One Cup.
PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor says there is a "hidden resistance" towards hiring black managers.
Leeds United appoint Slovenian Darko Milanic as their new head coach to replace the sacked Dave Hockaday,
Graeme McDowell admits Rory McIlroy's four majors and world number one status may mean the end for their Ryder Cup partnership.
Cristiano Ronaldo scores four and Gareth Bale also scores as Real Madrid comfortably beat Elche 5-1 in La Liga.
Marc Muniesa scores twice as Stoke beat last year's finalists Sunderland 2-1 to reach the Capital One Cup fourth round.
Six-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt says he can lower his 100m and 200m world records before the end of his career.
West Ham striker Andy Carroll says being injured has been "a nightmare" but he hopes to return to training soon after ankle surgery.
Liverpool FC is given permission to increase Anfield's capacity from 45,000 to about 59,000 as part of a £100m expansion plan.
Leicester hooker Tom Youngs will miss England's autumn internationals after being ruled out with a shoulder injury.
The report into alleged corruption at Fifa should be published, according to the governing body's vice-president Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein.
Andy Murray says he does not "regret giving an opinion" but was "disappointed" with the way he tweeted his support for Scottish independence.
Lancashire bowl Middlesex out for 214 on the opening day of their Division One relegation decider at Old Trafford.
Freestyle skier Katie Summerhayes says missing out on a medal at the Sochi Olympics is fuelling her desire to claim gold in 2018.
The Netherlands stand between Scotland's women and the two-legged final for the last qualifying place at the 2015 World Cup.
Germany's Lisa Brennauer wins the women's individual time trial at the World Championships in Spain.
Alastair Cook is expected to remain captain when England name their squad on Wednesday for the one-day series in Sri Lanka.
Serena Williams retires through illness and Simona Halep is beaten as the top two seeds go out of the Wuhan Open.
Championship leader Lewis Hamilton heads to the Japanese Grand Prix eyeing a first ever win at the tough Suzuka track.
British boxer Jerome Wilson is out of the medically-induced coma he was placed in after having an operation on his brain.
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Marathon world record holder Paula Radcliffe finishes third in the Worcester City 10k, her first race since 2012.
Tyson Fury wears tape over his mouth and refuses to talk at a news conference to promote his clash against Dereck Chisora.
Peter Trego takes 3-66 for Somerset as champions Yorkshire find themselves on the back foot at Headingley.
Cyclist Roman Kreuziger is cleared of violating anti-doping rules after possible irregularities were found in his biological passport.
Great Britain win 103 medals, including 41 golds, at the Special Olympics European Summer Games in Belgium.
Latest reaction as Liverpool beat Middlesbrough 14-13 in a remarkable League Cup penalty shootout following a 2-2 draw.
Red Bull's Christian Horner insists Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel are still in the fight for the drivers' title.
Rory McIlroy says Darren Clarke would make an ideal European captain for a Ryder Cup clash in the United States.
Four-time Group One winner Kingman's racing career is over after he is retired to stud by owner Prince Khalid Abdullah.
British Olympic champion Katherine Grainger is back in training and considering a bid to compete at the Rio 2016 Games.
Leeds Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington is charged with improper conduct by the Rugby Football League.
The new dual contracts will tempt Wales players based in France and England to return home, believes ex-Wales centre Tom Shanklin.
England's Stuart Bingham beats Northern Ireland's Mark Allen 10-3 to win the Shanghai Masters title.
How marginal gains and a change of mindset helped British swimmers finish top of the European Championships medals table.
Roger Federer will play in the inaugural International Premier Tennis League after Rafael Nadal withdraws to focus on 2015.
Olympic bobsleigh pilot John Jackson will miss the start of the World Cup season after an Achilles injury relapse.
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Olympic rowing gold medallist Katherine Grainger reveals how much she agonised over her decision to get back in the boat.
BBC Scotland's Tom English profiles the Ryder Cup debutant who describes himself as "very funny and cool" but prefers to be "quiet and humble".
'Pope-like' Seve, 'heart of a lion' Faldo, prolific Poulter or magic Monty? Our formula reveals the greatest of the modern era.
Chelsea Ladies coach Emma Hayes on the dearth of women coaches and support from Jose Mourinho
Gateshead Thunder half-back Jordan Meads gives an insight into a player's week in the Championship One play-offs.
Chief F1 writer Andrew Benson says Singapore GP winner Lewis Hamilton has learned a crucial lesson this season.
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