Chile international forward Alexis Sanchez signs for Arsenal from Barcelona for in the region of £35m.
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Brazil star Neymar breaks down in tears and claims the challenge that ended his World Cup could have left him paralysed.
England captain Alastair Cook's batting struggles continue as India take control of the first Test at Trent Bridge.
Following a freak, debilitating back injury, Anne Dickins' chance meeting at London 2012 could give her a shot at her own Olympic legacy.
Chief football writer Phil McNulty and football commentator John Motson assess Brazil 2014's place in World Cup history.
Jamaican sprinter Yohan Blake apologises to Scotland for snubbing the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow later this month.
Fifa rejects Luis Suarez's appeal against his four-month ban for biting Italy's Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup.
Andre Greipel wins stage six of the Tour de France 2014, ahead of Alexander Kristoff and Samuel Dumoulin.
Japan's Ayako Uehara scores a four-under-par 68 to take an early lead at the Women's British Open in Southport.
Rory McIlroy makes seven birdies to break the course record with a first-round 64 at the Scottish Open at Royal Aberdeen.
Ray Whelan, head of Fifa partner Match Hospitality, has evaded arrest in Brazil over alleged illegal World Cup ticket sales, Rio police say.
Sprinter James Dasaolu says he does not have a point to prove at this weekend's Diamond League meeting in Glasgow.
Adam Rooney takes his Europa League tally to five goals as Aberdeen sweep past Daugava Riga
Nick Scruton celebrates his new Wakefield Wildcats deal with a vital second-half try to help overcome Widnes Vikings.
Germany want Brazilian fans to support them during Sunday's World Cup final against Argentina at the Maracana.
Plucky bird causes a flap at Brighton as first to be caught on camera in photo finish of a horse race.
French midfielder Samir Nasri signs a five-year deal to extend his stay with Premier League champions Manchester City.
Nottinghamshire's chief executive dismisses claims the club deliberately prepared a lifeless pitch for the first Test.
England's women's hockey team beat South Africa 2-1 for their second victory at the London Cup in the Olympic Park.
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Eilish McColgan will not let her recent heart scare stop her chasing her dream of Commonwealth Games success.
Promoter Eddie Hearn says a fight between Carl Froch and James DeGale could happen in November or December this year.
Michael Richardson falls five short of a century as Durham escape with a draw against Yorkshire at Headingley.
Defending champion Chris Froome pulls out of the Tour de France after crashing twice on stage five in wet conditions.
The GB men's team will face Turkey in the quarter-finals of the World Wheelchair Basketball Championships in South Korea.
Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal is unhappy at having to compete in Saturday's World Cup third-place play-off with Brazil.
A remarkable picture emerges showing how close Marussia's Max Chilton came to serious injury during a crash at the British Grand Prix.
England's Ross Fisher is added to the field for the Open at Hoylake following the withdrawal of 1998 champion Mark O'Meara.
Cavalryman, ridden by Silvestre De Sousa, wins the Princess of Wales's Stakes on day one of the July Festival at Newmarket.
Kazakh city Almaty, Chinese capital Beijing and Norwegian capital Oslo are the three candidates to host the 2022 Winter Olympics.
Widnes Vikings forward Hep Cahill signs a new two-year deal to extend his stay to five seasons.
Richmond flanker Alex Matthews is included in a 26-strong England squad for the Women's Rugby World Cup in France next month.
World number six Judd Trump beats home favourite Neil Robertson 9-5 in the final of the Australian Goldfields Open.
Defending Commonwealth Games champion Liam Tancock misses out on the 50m and 100m backstroke honours at Manchester meet.
Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic can get back to winning Grand Slams after ending his 18-month drought, says coach Boris Becker.
UK Sport is to double its funding for winter sports ahead of the 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Pyeongchang.
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Everything that can go wrong for England captain Alastair Cook is doing so, says cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew.
Farah is absent but Rudisha's return and Britain's sprint dilemma means there's plenty to look forward to in Glasgow, says Steve Cram.
BBC Sport analyses every shootout penalty at Brazil 2014 to see what finalists Argentina and Germany can learn.
British hopes fade in the Tour de France 2014 after dramatic highs and crushing lows in the first few stages.
Major tournaments always throw up a tactical innovation and this one has been no different, explains Phil Neville.
BBC Sport's David Ornstein seeks out the quirky Tunisian photographer in Brazil who is continuing a family tradition.
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