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BBC Sport takes a look back at some of the defining moments which have shaped the UK Championship over the years.
British Olympic gold medallist Dani King discusses the training crash where she suffered eight broken ribs and a collapsed lung with BBC South Today.
Micah Richards tells Football Focus he would "love" to play for England again.
Preview of Saturday's autumn international at Twickenham as England seek to end the year on a high by beating Australia
Defending champion Rory McIlroy trails Australian leader Greg Chalmers by a shot at the halfway stage of the Australian Open.
Micah Richards thinks he is "10 times better" than he was when he made his international debut aged just 18.
Dan Skelton, former assistant to champion trainer Paul Nicholls, seeks big-race glory of his own in the Hennessy Gold Cup.
Chelsea pair Cesc Fabregas and Eden Hazard are named on the 15-man shortlist of midfielders for Fifa's 2014 World XI.
One of Ireland's greatest ever rugby players, 1948 Grand Slam-winning fly-half Jack Kyle, dies at the age of 88.
England captain Alastair Cook says that cricket has "never been safer" and does not believe bouncers should be outlawed following the death of Phillip Hughes.
Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths says the Scottish Premiership is not as good without Hearts, Rangers and Hibernian.
County champions Yorkshire will face promoted Worcestershire at New Road to start the defence of their title.
Cardiff City boss Russell Slade says Juan Cala is set to leave in January after he was sent to train with the club's academy.
Assistant manager Roy Keane leaves Aston Villa with immediate effect at his own request.
Former England midfielder Jermaine Jenas agrees a two-year deal to join BBC Sport as a football pundit.
England captain Alastair Cook says he feels safe despite Phillip Hughes's death and bouncers must not be outlawed.
Australians have been paying tribute to Phillip Hughes by putting their cricket bats outside their homes, as Phil Mercer reports.
Susie Wolff will stay at the Williams team next season in an enhanced role as test driver.
Ahead of Sam Burgess's expected rugby union debut for Bath, BBC Sport looks at six famous cross-code converts.
BBC Sport remembers Wales' narrow defeat by South Africa in 2010, when a teenage George North scored two tries on his Wales debut.