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Southampton midfielder Steven Davis says the club is ready to move on after an "unbelievable transfer window".
Formula 1 teams are banned from giving advice aimed at improving drivers' performance over the radio.
Head coach Anna Signeul says Scotland's women must focus against the improved Faroe Islands in their World Cup qualifier.
Live coverage of Ulster against Zebre in the Pro12 from Kingspan Stadium.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers criticises England's handling of Daniel Sturridge as he is ruled out for up to three weeks.
BBC Sport's David Coulthard teams up with Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel to test out the new Formula 1 circuit at Sochi's Olympic Park ahead of the inaugural Russian Grand Prix in October.
Floyd Mayweather intends to have two more fights after Saturday's rematch with Marcos Maidana before retiring in 2015.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Danny Welbeck is the "ideal signing" for his club but admits he would have preferred to sign the striker on loan.
Ex-Spurs captain Gary Mabbutt says a temporary move to Wembley while the club's new stadium is built may not be easy.
Chief executive Roger Lewis reveals more than 50 players are being considered for dual contracts with the Welsh Rugby Union.
Kingston Hill heads 14 horses in the St Leger at Doncaster on Saturday, the world's oldest Classic race.
Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson expresses his delight at signing former Valencia midfielder Miguel Pallardo.
Ex-England batsman Geoffrey Boycott says it is not too late to drop Alastair Cook as captain before the World Cup.
Team news for Friday's Pro12 match between Ulster and Zebre at Kingspan Stadium.
Play is suspended at the KLM Open tournament after Paraguay's Fabrizio Zanotti is hit on the head by a golf ball.
Real Madrid assistant manager Paul Clement admits it is a "challenge" to keep so many of the most talented footballers in the world happy at the club.
Ed Ling wins Britain's first medal of the Shooting World Championships, clinching silver in the men's trap event.
A South African judge has said Oscar Pistorius cannot be found guilty of murder, as she prepares to give a verdict at his trial.
A former Wales football star who once played for Spurs and Everton is to go back to his roots to play for a village team - but will have to pay for the privilege.