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New Zealand's Dan Carter will end his international career to become rugby's highest-paid player by joining Racing Metro.
New tests claim Cameroon player Albert Ebosse died in Algeria after a beating and not from an object thrown by fans.
Newcastle want to sign a goalkeeper on emergency loan ahead of Sunday's derby against Sunderland, says boss Alan Pardew.
Defying teachers, riding on Christmas Day and learning to bluff - Sir Bradley Wiggins on the psychology of his rise to the top.
Kaillie Humphries & Elana Meyers Taylor will this weekend become the first women to compete in a four-man bobsleigh World Cup event.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says criticism of Raheem Sterling is misplaced after he scored twice at Bournemouth.
Debutant Josh Hazlewood claims 5-68 and Steve Smith hits 65 not out as Australia trail India by 187 runs in the second Test.
An outbreak of the highly-contagious disease mumps sweeps through teams in the US National Hockey League, with at least five affected.
British double Olympic champion Charlotte Dujardin & Valegro perform the "ride of our lives" to set another world record.
Liverpool secure a much-needed victory as Raheem Sterling scores twice in their League Cup quarter-final at Bournemouth.
Non-league Worcester City's FA Cup run ends as Scunthorpe win 14-13 in the longest penalty shootout in FA Cup history.
Toulon's Delon Armitage is banned for 12 weeks for using foul and abusive language towards Leicester Tigers fans.
Four-time winners Tottenham move into the League Cup semi-finals with an emphatic win against Newcastle United.
Anthony Crolla's trainer Joe Gallagher says it "remains to be seen" if he will fight again after being injured in an attack.
Premier League leaders Chelsea will play Liverpool and Tottenham face Sheffield United in the League Cup semi-finals.
The British and German army football teams play a match to commemorate 100 years since the World War One Christmas truce.
Two-time winner Adrian Lewis believes he is "more dangerous" when competing at the PDC World Championship.
Harlequins announce that Australia lock James Horwill will join the Premiership club following the 2015 World Cup.
England beat Malawi 68-36 at London's Copperbox Arena to win the first game of their two-match series.
Laura Massaro beats Annie Au to reach the quarter-finals of the Women's World Squash Championship in Cairo.
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American sprinter Tyson Gay's former coach Jon Drummond has been banned for eight years for doping violations.
Anthony Crolla is "lucky to be alive" after suffering a fractured skull when confronting burglars.
There is still time for England to replace Alastair Cook as captain for the World Cup, says ex-skipper Nasser Hussain.
Great Britain's most decorated female Paralympian Dame Sarah Storey will bid to break the women's hour record in 2015.
Prince Harry presents Invictus Games competitors with the Helen Rollason Award at the BBC Sports Personality show.
Sunderland boss Gus Poyet says he is a head coach and not a manager in an apparent attack on the club's transfer dealings.
Fernando Alonso says he is happy to go "through a period of learning" when he starts driving for his new McLaren-Honda team.
Sam Torrance criticises Sir Nick Faldo for labelling Sergio Garcia "useless" before this year's Ryder Cup.
Former champion jockey Jamie Spencer rides a winner at Lingfield in his first race since abandoning plans to retire.
The United States Olympic Committee will bid for the 2024 Olympic & Paralympic Games - with four cities vying to host.
Whitehaven sign prop-forward Jordan Hand on loan from Super League champions St Helens for the 2015 Championship season.
Premiership side London Welsh hope to create a "level-playing field" next season after central funding concerns.
Ronnie O'Sullivan, who won a fifth UK Championship last week, wants to compile 1,000 career centuries before retiring.
Jazz Carlin wins British Swimming's Athlete of the Year award for 2014 after a memorable 12 months in the pool.
Andy Murray's former coach, Dani Vallverdu, is appointed by world number seven Tomas Berdych ahead of the 2015 season.
Olympic skeleton champion Lizzy Yarnold pulls out of the World Cup event in Calgary after suffering dizziness.
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Stephen Bunting aims to become the first player to hold both world darts titles, as the PDC World Championship begins.
After Scunthorpe beat Worcester in a record-breaking FA Cup shootout, BBC Sport looks at more spot-kick drama.
Figures suggest 20% of golfers quit the game to take up cycling. So why are people swapping two irons for two wheels?
Charley Hull has enjoyed a stellar 2014 and handles the spotlight like the teenage Rory McIlroy, writes Iain Carter.
Tim Vickery explains why the Club World Cup - barely noticed in Europe - is the highlight of the South American football calendar.
Spanish star Alberto Contador on crashing out of the Tour, his glorious return at the Vuelta and his rivalry with Chris Froome.
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