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Daryl Impey, who briefly led the Tour de France last year, is suspended by his team after failing a drugs test.
Watch as USA goalkeeper Tim Howard breaks the record for the most saves made in a single World Cup game.
Trainer Jamie Osborne defends his plan to run Toast of New York on controversial drug Lasix in the Belmont Derby in the United States.
Scottish driver Susie Wolff will become the first woman to take part in a Formula 1 race weekend session in 22 years when she takes to the track at Silverstone in free practice on Friday.
Australian Laurie Fisher joins Gloucester as head coach from the Brumbies to work with new director of rugby David Humphreys.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner criticises engine supplier Renault, saying they are six months behind rivals Mercedes.
BBC Sport presenter Gary Lineker says it is so difficult to pick a winner at the 2014 World Cup.
USA showed all the courage one would expect from the home of the brave, but Belgium's class dashed their World Cup hopes.
Get all the best of the action from Tuesday at the Fifa World Cup in Brazil in less than 10 minutes with Match of the Day's World Cup Catch-Up.
Does the revival of South American teams mean Europe's power is waning - or is the 4-4 quarter-final split just down to geography?
BBC pundit Phil Neville on how he dealt with the reaction on social media after his displays with the microphone.
Belgium score two goals in extra time to beat USA 2-1 and book their place in the 2014 World Cup quarter-finals.
Aussie teenager Nick Kyrgios pulled off the upset of the tournament knocking out number one seed Rafael Nadal 7-6 (7-5) 5-7 7-6 (7-5) 6-3.
BBC pundit Rio Ferdinand spends some time finding out about life in Rio's Santa Marta favela for a BBC documentary.
Argentina's extra-time winner against Switzerland was scored by "the worst player on the pitch" in Angel Di Maria, according to pundits.
Argentina's Angel Di Maria breaks Switzerland hearts with a late extra-time winner in their 2014 World Cup last 16 match in Sao Paulo.
Three-time Wimbledon champion John McEnroe says that Australian Nick Kyrgios could be the new Boris Becker after his sensational win over Rafael Nadal.
Watch the moment Australian teenager Nick Kyrgios put second seed Rafael Nadal out of this year's Wimbledon tournament.
Australia's Nick Kyrgios hits a stunning shot through his legs during his fourth round match against second seed Rafa Nadal.