The latest stories from the Sport section of the BBC Sport web site.
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BBC Sport meets the 20-year-old who missed lectures so he can help his country qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations
Swimmer Steph Slater targets a place in the Glasgow 2014 para-swimming events after overcoming an arm injury.
Striker Jane Ross fires a hat-trick as Scotland beat Bosnia to maintain their 100% record in World Cup qualifying.
Asafa Powell cannot use ignorance as an excuse for his 18-month drug ban, says ex-world champion Kim Collins.
BBC golf commentator Ken Brown explains how one of the most famous obstacles at the Augusta National golf course met its end after a harsh winter.
Former jockey Carl Llewellyn is fined £1,500 after admitting bringing the sport into disrepute.
James DeGale signs with promoter Eddie Hearn and will fight on the undercard of Carl Froch's bout with George Groves.
Fans used to seeing Mo Farah's many triumphs need to temper expectations of what he will achieve on his marathon debut
South African athlete Oscar Pistorius denies "picking on" his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, as his murder trial cross-examination continues.
Sheffield United manager Nigel Clough admits his side are huge underdogs against Hull in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley on Sunday.
Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois may not play against Chelsea if the sides meet in the Champions League.
Manager Arsene Wenger admits Arenal have "lost a little bit of confidence", but says they are aiming to bounce back by beating Wigan on Saturday to reach the FA Cup final.
England boss Roy Hodgson says he has been helped by Premier League managers willing to use young English players.
Nottinghamshire's new signing Peter Siddle says England's Stuart Broad helped set up his Trent Bridge switch.
British Paralympian Kenny Allen will focus on able-bodied archery after being told he no longer qualifies for para-archery.
Mo Farah's London Marathon rivals question his decision to run after he recently collapsed at the end of a New York race.
Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens is relieved he can concentrate on playing after being cleared of a corruption charge.
Warrington will be without joint-captain Ben Westwood for around a month because of a calf injury.
Scotland rise 15 places to 22nd in the latest Fifa rankings following last month's victory in Poland.