An emotional David Beckham leaves the pitch in tears as he completes the final home match of his career as PSG beat Brest 3-1.
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England lose four late wickets as they close day three of the first Test at Lord's on 180-6, leading New Zealand by 205.
World Cup-winning fly-half Jonny Wilkinson says a maiden Heineken Cup triumph is one of his greatest achievements.
Joe Root continues to impress cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew - even if England let their advantage slip against New Zealand at Lord's
Liverpool's Jamie Carragher talks through the highs and lows of his 16-year career ahead of his final game at Anfield on Sunday
Opener David Warner charged with breaching Cricket Australia's code of behaviour over abusive Twitter posts.
Barcelona boss Tito Vilanova will travel to New York on Monday for "pioneering treatment" as he continues his cancer battle.
German champions Bayern Munich recover from conceding three goals in the opening 10 minutes to beat Borussia Moenchengladbach 4-3.
Jonny Wilkinson kicks 11 points to help Toulon come from behind to lift the Heineken Cup at the expense of Clermont Auvergne.
Bradford score three times in the opening half-hour as they beat Northampton at Wembley to win promotion to League One.
Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand will this week sign a one-year contract to extend his Old Trafford career.
Rafael Nadal will face Roger Federer in Sunday's Italian Open final, looking to win the title for the seventh time
Marc Marquez clinches pole position after topping the qualifying session for Sunday's French MotoGP at Le Mans.
Brentford manager Uwe Rosler hopes to keep his young side together by winning promotion to the Championship.
Manchester City left-back Gael Clichy signs a new four-year deal that commits him to the club until 2017.
David Beckham's advisors hold talks with US Major League Soccer over the former England captain buying a franchise.
Italy's Mauro Santambrogio wins a gruelling Giro d'Italia stage 14 as Vincenzo Nibali extends his overall advantage.
Olympic champion Greg Rutherford finishes third in the long jump in China, while Kirani James impresses in the 400m.
Graeme McDowell reaches the World Match Play Championship semi-finals by beating defending champion Nicolas Colsaerts.
Saturday's racing at the NW 200 is abandoned because of persistent rain, with Michael Dunlop winning the only race to take place.
Josh Charnley, Pat Richards and Sam Tomkins score hat-tricks as top-of-the-table Wigan Warriors hammer London Broncos.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson criticises City rivals over 'amazing' decision to sack boss Roberto Mancini.
Australia hooker Tatafu Polota-Nau is set to miss the Test series against the Lions after sustaining a broken arm.
Italy's America's Cup team boss wants upper wind limits reduced and other safety measures introduced following Andrew Simpson's death.
Ireland and Munster fly-half Ronan O'Gara will take up a coaching role with Racing Metro after announcing his retirement.
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Hurdler Eilidh Child will create a new Scottish record for individual events when she competes for her country at Loughborough.
Kent are dismissed for just 63 as Worcestershire complete a remarkable victory inside two days at Canterbury.
Vincenzo Nibali extends his overall Giro d'Italia lead after finishing a gruelling mountain stage in second place.
Paralympian Mel Nicholls reveals the race in which she broke the 1500m T34 world record was only a training exercise.
Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones apologises to team-mate Glenn Whelan after smashing his car windscreen in a revenge act.
Ferrari have ridiculed critics of the tyres in Formula 1 in what amounts to a veiled attack on champions Red Bull.
Godolphin's Farhh wins the Lockinge Stakes at Newbury as the stable secures its first victories since Mahmood al-Zarooni's doping ban.
Cal Crutchlow could lose his Tech 3 seat to Moto2 rider Pol Espargaro, according to team owner Herve Poncharal
Holders Warrington Wolves will face Huddersfield Giants in the quarter-finals of the Tetley's Challenge Cup.
Toulon's Jonny Wilkinson is among five nominees for European Player of the Year following his impressive Heineken Cup displays.
World Snooker Championship runner-up Barry Hawkins says he owes his recent success to coach and mentor Terry Griffiths.
Serena Williams secures her place in the Italian Open final where she will seek to win her fourth consecutive title.
Could a change from alpine to ski cross result in an Olympic medal next year for British hopeful Ed Drake?
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David Meek shares his memories of Man Utd boss Sir Alex Ferguson, whose programme notes he ghost-wrote for 26 years
From League of Ireland to Wembley final - Yeovil's Paddy Madden and Kevin Dawson on their journey to the League One play-offs.
From injuries and inconsistency to a master of swing bowling, BBC Sport charts James Anderson's journey to 300 Test wickets
BBC Sport commentator Rob Hayles analyses what next for Sir Bradley Wiggins after illness forces him to abandon the Giro
Frankie Dettori looks to rebuild his career and reputation as he comes back from his six-month ban for using cocaine
Chelsea legend Bobby Tambling reflects on watching Frank Lampard eclipse his goalscoring record for the Blues
An outstanding player and ambassador, David Beckham's record eloquently answers the critics, says Phil McNulty