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Mark Cavendish and Lizzie Armitstead head the fields for this month's National Road Race Championships in Scotland.
Great Britain's Sonar crew at the London 2012 Paralympics have failed in an appeal against a points penalty that cost them bronze.
BBC Sport looks back at the 2009 Confederations Cup in South Africa, when Brazil won their third title.
Tiny Tahiti join World Cup holders Spain and hosts Brazil as the warm-up to the 2014 tournament is about to get under way
Pole vaulter Holly Bleasdale is making big changes in a bid to turn talent into major titles, says chief sports writer Tom Fordyce
Spain's Marc Marquez seems undaunted by recent crashes as he aims to win his home grand prix, says BBC Sport's Steve Parrish
Wales hand a debut to flanker Josh Navidi in a side showing four changes for the second Test against Japan in Tokyo on Saturday.
Ireland wing Simon Zebo will make his British and Irish Lions debut against New South Wales Waratahs on Saturday.
Gifted but temperamental Australian batsman David Warner needs to grow up to fulfil his potential, says commentator Jim Maxwell
Scottish Football League clubs vote in favour of a merger with the Scottish Premier League.
The 113th US Open gets under way near Philadelphia on Thursday with thunderstorms and high winds forecast to hamper the first round.
It's not how much money you've got but how you spend it, says BBC F1 technical analyst Gary Anderson in his mid-term report
GB's men's handball team lose what could be their last-ever competitive international match with 37-26 defeat away to Italy.
BBC Sport pays tribute to British athlete Donna Hartley-Wass, who died suddenly on Saturday, aged 58.
The fruits of Lancashire County Cricket Club's £45m upgrade of its ground have been completed in time for the Ashes.
Five Scots have been named in the GB & NI team for the European Team Championships at Gateshead.
The Irish Open is set to return to Royal Portrush as early as 2015 following the success of last year's tournament.
Michael Laudrup's future as Swansea City manager is again under scrutiny after the club cuts all ties with his agent.
New Zealand's pursuit of 244 in the Champions Trophy against Australia is abandoned because of rain at Edgbaston.