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Scottish driver Paul Di Resta's Formula 1 future is in doubt after Force India announce the signing of Sergio Perez.
Ashes captains Michael Clarke and Alastair Cook battle for their cricketing legacies, says BBC Sport's Tom Fordyce
The media may use the term "match-fixing", but as Ed Hawkins explains, football's recent cases are not quite that "spicy"
England captain looks to begin Ashes fightback in Perth.
DJ Campbell will not feature for Blackburn Rovers against Millwall on Saturday after being questioned about spot-fixing.
London Irish announce the takeover of the Premiership club by a consortium of Irish businessmen.
Hull City fans opposed to changing the club's name are calling on the FA to "protect the heritage" of the sport.
Riverside Theatre wins the Peterborough Chase at Huntingdon in a close finish from Champion Court and Captain Chris.
Worcester are racing to make it to Biarritz for their Challenge Cup match after dense fog grounded them in London.
Anti-racism campaigners Kick It Out investigate alleged racist abuse at a Watford Under-18s game in Italy.
A shortlist of three contenders for Young Sports Personality of the Year will be announced on Blue Peter on Thursday.
Former England captain Alan Shearer says his brief spell at Newcastle in 2009 is likely to be his only stint in management.
Ireland are in a strong position against Afghanistan after day three of the Intercontinental Cup final in Dubai.
Motor racing's governing body invites potential new teams to express their interest in joining the sport from 2015 or 2016.
GB fighters hope to banish memories of a disappointing World Championships at the inaugural Taekwondo Grand Prix in Manchester.
Kate Cross hopes Ashes victory in Australia will strengthen the case for England's women to be awarded central contracts.
US snowboarder Shaun White says training for his bid to win a third Olympic title at the Sochi Games gives him "a lot of purpose".
West Brom keeper Ben Foster says his chances of reaching the World Cup depend on mentally dealing with his injury.
Swansea goalkeeper Michel Vorm is to have a knee operation in January which will keep him sidelined for a month.
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Four-time Olympic champion Michael Johnson doubts whether athletics will ever be rid of the problems caused by doping.
Mike Tyson is forced to cancel appearances in London after being barred from the UK because of previous convictions.
Wicketkeeper Matt Prior says England must "come out fighting" and not "sulk" if they are to turn around the Ashes series.
Tour de France winner Sir Bradley Wiggins is knighted at Buckingham Palace for services to cycling.
GB archer Lucy O'Sullivan backs Danielle Brown's appeal against the reclassification which rules her out of the Paralympics.
Preview followed by live coverage of Thursday's Europa League game between Tottenham Hotspur and Anzhi Makhachkala.
Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel criticises plans to award double points for the season's final race from 2014.
Zach Johnson beats world number one and tournament host Tiger Woods in a play-off to win the World Challenge in California.
Trainer Gerard Butler lodges an appeal against a five-year ban for injecting racehorses with banned drugs.
Northern Ireland's Michael Laverty is to compete in MotoGP for a second year with the Paul Bird team in 2014.
British 400m hurdler Jack Green reveals he is taking an extended break from the sport to recover from depression.
Warrington head coach Tony Smith believes his side still has plenty of leaders, despite losing a number of key players.
Players being based in Wales is not crucial for Welsh internationals, says Racing Metro centre Jamie Roberts.
World number one Neil Robertson aims to win the Triple Crown in one season after an emotional UK Championship victory.
British Swimming head coach Bill Furniss insists a hard-line approach with GB swimmers will turn around their medal fortunes.
Cathie Sabin succeeds Peter Bretherton to become the first female president of the Lawn Tennis Association.
Martina Navratilova accuses the IOC of "putting its head in the sand" over the issue of gay rights at the Sochi Winter Olympics.
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