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Winning 2013 British and Irish Lions boss Warren Gatland should coach the 2017 tour to New Zealand, says Sam Warburton.
New Zealand Cricket confirms a "small number" of its former players are being investigated after allegations of fixing.
In 2004, Dame Kelly Holmes took part in her final major championship, bringing home two gold medals from the Athens Olympic Games and winning Sports Personality.
Jessica Ennis hails the sacrifices made by Sports Personality of the Year contender Mo Farah.
BBC Sport looks back at the amazing 2013 had by Sports Personality of the Year contender Mo Farah.
Ahead of this year's Sports Personality of the Year show, we profile Mo Farah, who ran to a world title double
Fifa general secretary Jerome Valcke appeals to dissenting Brazilians to get behind next summer's World Cup.
Brazil admits that all its stadiums still under construction for the 2014 football World Cup will not be ready by Fifa's original 31 December deadline.
Johan Clarey of France is the star of the fifth day of BBC Sport's 2013 advent calendar which looks back at his skiing World Cup speed record of 100.6mph
David Moyes's side are 12 points behind leaders Arsenal.
Former AC Milan and Rangers midfielder Gennaro Gattuso says there is no place for women in football.
Arsene Wenger said Nicklas Bendtner can help Arsenal's title challenge after the Dane scored in a 2-0 win over Hull.
Bryan Oviedo hits a late winner as Everton condemn David Moyes's Manchester United to a first defeat in eight games.
Arsene Wenger is delighted by Arsenal's "absolutely outstanding" passing and movement following a 2-0 win over Hull.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes his side's 4-3 win against Sunderland was their best away performance of the season so far.
Manager Michael Laudrup says Swansea City deserved their 3-0 win over Newcastle United at the Liberty Stadium.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says Luis Suarez is as good as the world's best after scoring four in goals in a 5-1 win over Norwich.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez praises his team's 'outstanding performance' after Everton beat Manchester United 1-0 away at Old Trafford for the first time in 21 years.