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London Irish sign English lock Matt Symons from New Zealand club Chiefs on a "long-term" deal.
United States Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III says Tiger Woods is confident of qualifying for the 2016 team.
Wenger eyes Smalling, Falcao wants to leave Manchester United, Alderweireld linked with Spurs, Cech valued at £10m, plus more.
Great Britain hockey captain Kate Richardson-Walsh says British athletes in team sports have no chance of success at elite level without proper funding.
In-form trainer Willie Mullins is to rely on 50-1 shot Ballycasey for the chance of a second Grand National win at Aintree.
Greg Bolger scores a sensational long-range goal as St Patrick's Athletic beat Derry City 2-0 in the League of Ireland.
How Ashley Williams went from working at fairgrounds, petrol stations, bowling alleys and restaurants to the Premier League.
BBC Sport considers the likelihood of an England bid for the 2026 World Cup finals.
Newport Gwent Dragons chief executive Stuart Davies says the region want to keep Wales number eight Taulupe Faletau.
Gone may be the days of 'one-club' stalwarts, but Harry Kane's rise shows home-grown players can prosper via a different route.
Championship leaders Leigh Centurions draw Super League Salford Red Devils in the Challenge Cup fifth round.
Floyd Mayweather v Manny Pacquiao, to be broadcast on Sky Sports Box Office, will be most expensive pay-per-view fight.
Kell Brook rules out a 2015 fight with fellow Brit Amir Khan to focus on a potential clash with Floyd Mayweather or Manny Pacquiao.
Watch one of the boats in the Volvo Ocean Race capsize, with water flooding the deck during the event in the Southern Ocean.
Wales centre Jamie Roberts is still 'a valued member' of the Racing Metro squad says club chairman Jacky Lorenzetti.
Rowland Phillips speaks about being offered the role as London Welsh head coach shortly after being hit by a car.
Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's international friendly between Scotland and Northern Ireland.
England could consider a bid for the 2026 World Cup, says Football Association chairman Greg Dyke.
Bradley Saunders pulls out of his Commonwealth super-lightweight title challenge against Dave Ryan because of a hand injury.