The latest stories from the Sport section of the BBC Sport web site.
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Simon Kerrigan's England team-mates reject claims the spin bowler is not ready for an international return.
Trek rider Fabian Cancellara pulls out of the Tour de France prior to stage 11 to rest ahead of the Road World Championships.
Rory McIlroy says he wants to improve his form at The Open this week after a number of close failures since he began his professional career in 2006.
Great Britain's rising heptathlon star Katarina Johnson-Thompson tells the BBC's Katie Gornall that it's her dream of secure gold at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Former Arsenal and Chelsea defender Ashley Cole believes English players are afraid of moving to a foreign club.
Unbeaten middleweight Anthony Ogogo says boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya will oversee the next stage of his career.
James Dasaolu is awarded the final 100m place in the British team for the European Championships in Zurich next month.
US high jump legend Alice Coachman Davis, the first black woman to win an Olympic gold medal, dies at the age of 90.
Tens of thousands of German football fans in central Berlin are giving a heroes' welcome to the returning World Cup-winning team.
Olympic champion Katherine Grainger on her enduring friendship with fellow rower Sarah Winckless, who has Huntington's disease.
Rory McIlroy says his recent trend of following a low first round with a poor second is "getting into his head".
Paul Foster is confident Scotland's lawn bowlers will perform well on home turf at the Commonwealth Games.
Manager Ronny Deila is unhappy that Celtic need to play three qualifiers to reach the Champions League group stage.
Striker George Tucudean signs a three-year deal with Charlton Athletic after joining on a free transfer from Standard Liege.
South African athlete and murder accused Oscar Pistorius was involved in an argument at a nightclub at the weekend, his spokesperson confirms.
Ian Poulter says he will play in the Open Championship at Royal Liverpool despite injuring a wrist last week.
Team Sky rider Geraint Thomas says that the first week of the Tour De France is "always stressful" and that "crashing is just part of of the Tour."
Ex-England spin bowlers Graeme Swann, Phil Tufnell, Vic Marks and Peter Such on how to resolve England's spinning issues.
BBC Sport columnist Graeme McDowell admits he was caught up in all the hype the last time the Open was staged at Hoylake.