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American Ryan Stassel wins gold in the men's slopestyle snowboarding final at the Freestyle World Championships in Kreishberg, Austria.
Paralympic champion David Weir heads a six-strong GB team for the IPC World Championship marathon in London.
The Rangers Supporters Trust secures more than £500,000 for legal fight to prevent Ibrox being used for loan security.
Toulouse wing Yoann Huget gets a formal warning for feigning injury in the European Champions Cup against Bath.
The route of the first Tour de Yorkshire cycle race is announced.
England recall Nick Easter and Danny Cipriani to their training squad for the first Six Nations game, while five Lions also return.
Super League champions St Helens announce Jon Wilkin will replace Paul Wellens as captain next season.
Williams become the first team to reveal pictures of a 2015 car and have set a target of moving further up the grid this season.
The NFL continues to investigate New England Patriots amid claims balls were deflated in a win that sent them to the Super Bowl.
Cavan midfielder Gearoid McKiernan is set to receive a two-game ban after a referee's report details "comments of a sectarian nature".
Conference club Aldershot Town relieve manager Andy Scott and his assistant Terry Bullivant of first-team duties.
CCTV footage is released showing the moment thieves used a 4x4 to smash through the doors of Red Bull Racing and steal 60 trophies.
American golfer Dustin Johnson denies having a problem with cocaine after reports he was serving a drugs ban.
England bowler James Anderson insists sledging in cricket is no worse in the modern game than in previous years.
Wycombe's Matt Bloomfield on why no player would sabotage their manager to force a change of fortunes on the field.
The NRL apologises after asking players for their favourite swear words in profiles pieces on its official website.
European horses Australia, Kingman and The Grey Gatsby tie as the world's highest-rated three-year-olds.
Roger Federer recovers from a mystery hand problem and the loss of the first set to beat Simone Bolelli at the Australian Open.