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Saracens hooker Schalk Brits is facing surgery and is not expected to be fit again until "well into the new year".
Former Hull FC player Gareth Raynor denies raping a woman in East Yorkshire at the peak of his career.
Wales and Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale is facing a race to be fit for Wednesday's Champions League game at Anfield.
Britain's Bradley Smith says he was initially unaware of his first ever podium finish in MotoGP as he crossed the line.
England's Moeen Ali and Ravi Bopara hope to inspire the next generation of UK-born Asian cricketers to become professionals.
Midfielder Aron Gunnarsson says Cardiff go into Tuesday's game against Ipswich with renewed belief after beating Nottingham Forest.
Ulster Head Coach Neil Doak is set to consider changes to his starting team for Saturday's European Champions Cup game with Toulon.
Tommy Freeman leads Glasgow to victory over Leicester 48 hours after his father is involved in a serious motorcycle accident.
New South Wales Waratahs boss Michael Cheika says he has been offered the chance to take over as Australia coach.
Dan Carter and Sonny Bill Williams are named in a 34-man New Zealand squad for next month's northern hemisphere Tests.
Nico Hulkenberg will continue to race for Force India next year, but no announcement has yet been made about Sergio Perez.
Welsh 110m hurdler David Omoregie's potential is "limitless" says Welsh Athletics national performance coach Matt Elias.
David Strettle says his form and experience merits an England recall for next month's autumn internationals.
Super League side Wakefield Trinity Wildcats sign utility back Richard Owen on a three-year deal.
Peyton Manning breaks the NFL record for touchdown passes as he helps Denver Broncos thrash the San Francisco 49ers.
Britain's Laura Trott successfully defends her European omnium title while Katie Archibald wins individual pursuit gold.