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Teenager Shane Castle says he is "disappointed" after having "chances to win" against Mark Selby in the first round of the UK Championship in York.
South Africa's Charl Schwartzel beats England's Richard Finch by four shots to defend his Alfred Dunhill Championship title.
Owner Assem Allam tells fans they "can die as soon as they want" after protests about his plans to change Hull's name.
Gareth Bale believes there is more to come from him despite scoring a "perfect" hat-trick for Real Madrid on Saturday.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is ruled out for up to two months after picking up an ankle injury in training.
Rory McIlroy says off-course distractions are behind him as he celebrates a one-shot victory at the Australian Open.
James Anderson says sledging is a skill and a key factor in him becoming one of England's leading bowlers.
Britain's Tony Bellew is stopped in the sixth round by Adonis Stevenson in their WBC light-heavyweight title fight in Canada.
Another tight defeat by Australia leaves Wales and the other home nations playing catch-up, writes BBC Sport's Bryn Palmer
Rory McIlroy wins his first tournament of the year with a one-shot triumph in the Australian Open at Sydney.
In 2000, Sir Steve Redgrave won his fifth consecutive Olympic gold medal and was named Sports Personality of the Year.
The first window of BBC Sports's 2013 advent calendar opens on an embarrassing moment for Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton.
The World Cup was a huge success, writes BBC Sport's Paul Fletcher, but the sport must take advantage of the momentum
Dereck Chisora extends his recent run of victories to four with a third-round stoppage of Czech opponent Ondrej Pala.
Man of the match Billy Slater dedicates his pair of World Cup final tries in Australia's 34-2 win over New Zealand to his two children.
Coach Warren Gatland describes Wales' 26-30 defeat by Australia as "epic" and a "great game of rugby".
Ronnie O'Sullivan eases into the second round of the UK Championship with a 6-0 win over Scottish amateur Rhys Clark.
Referee Wayne Barnes was wrong to award Australia's final try in their 30-26 win, says Wales coach Warren Gatland.