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Hull KR sign Huddersfield Giants hooker Shaun Lunt on a four-year deal after a successful loan spell.
A Dutch motorcyclist is killed during a qualifying session for the Manx Grand Prix held on the Isle of Man TT course.
British sprinter Mark Cavendish will lead a strong Etixx-Quick Step team at the Tour of Britain in September.
Wigan Athletic accept a bid of about £200,000 from Dundee United for former Caley Thistle striker Billy Mckay
Glasgow Warriors sign Tonga prop Sila Puafisi from Gloucester on a one-year deal, subject to visa and medical
New Zealand great Jonah Lomu says the weight of expectation will be on fellow wing George North when he returns to action for Wales.
Michael Klinger tells BBC Points West he may well return from Australia for their One-Day Cup semi-final.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes video technology will be used in competitive matches to assist the offside rule.
Gloucestershire limited-overs captain Michael Klinger says he may well return for their One-Day Cup semi-final.
Captain Kevin Nolan leaves West Ham United by mutual consent after four years at the Premier League club.
Super League club Castleford Tigers suspend winger Justin Carney while they conduct an internal investigation.
After sharing the Maracana pitch with his legendary Brazilian namesake, Ryan-Zico Black eyes FA Cup success with Guernsey FC.
Barry McGuigan believes Scottish light-welterweight Josh Taylor has everything he needs to become a boxing star.
British number two Aljaz Bedene loses to French qualifier Pierre-Hugues Herbert in the Winston-Salem Open third round.
George North is expected to play for the first time since March in Saturday's World Cup warm-up match with Ireland.
Form, fitness, psychology, strategy: Who will prevail as the world's top two sprinters clash again in the world 200m final?
Challenge Cup finalists Hull Kingston Rovers have only won the cup once before, in a famous final against city rivals Hull FC in 1980.
Great Britain will be represented in the women's 100m hurdles semi-finals on Friday by sisters Tiffany Porter and Cindy Ofili.
Katarina Johnson-Thompson puts the disappointment of the heptathlon behind her to qualify for the long jump final at the World Championships.