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Italy's new World Cup kit comes with special strips that can reportedly massage players during a match.
Recalled Scotland captain Kelly Brown says he was "disappointed and upset" at being dropped during the Six Nations campaign.
Great Britain's Aileen Neilson leads the bid for a Paralympic curling gold hoping to be a role model to other females.
How the Steel City and the Spice Girls are helping to keep USA defender Oguchi Onyewu's World Cup dream alive
Bradford Bulls sign forward Greg Burke from Super League rivals Wigan Warriors on a one-month loan deal.
BBC Sport counts down 100 of the greatest World Cup moments, as the 2014 tournament in Brazil draws nearer.
Double Olympic champion Mo Farah will compete at Glasgow's Diamond League meeting on 11-12 July.
Sun, sound and Selecao success, Ronaldo and Messi, and family rivalries - here's what excites you about the 2014 World Cup
Carl Froch and George Groves' rematch will take place at Wembley Stadium on 31 May, promoter Eddie Hearn announces.
The return of Scotland skipper Kelly Brown is welcome, but coach Scott Johnson's methods still baffle BBC Scotland's Tom English
Steven Gerrard says psychiatrist Dr Steve Peters, who will work with England at the World Cup, has helped him achieve the most consistent form of his career.
Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn believes the re-match between Carl Froch and George Groves will be the "biggest fight in British boxing history."
With the World Cup just 100 days away, three football experts assess the form and prospects of England's Group D opponents
Having lost £4.5m in funding from UK Sport, what does the future hold for British water polo?
Cardiff City are asked by the Premier League to explain owner Vincent Tan's offer of a bonus to players to avoid relegation.
Poland will make a decision on Tuesday about injury doubt Robert Lewandowski's chances of playing against Scotland.
Wigan Warriors hooker Michael McIlorum signs a new four-year contract at the Super League club.
Head coach Shane Sutton says Sir Dave Brailsford is not to blame for Britain's poor World Track Cycling display in Colombia.