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The best bits from world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury's bizarre news conference in Bolton, including an incredible rant from his father.
Modern pentathlon world silver medallist Alexander Kukarin dies aged 22 after a suspected a heart attack.
World snooker champion Stuart Bingham is knocked out of the UK Snooker Championships in York, losing 6-3 to Peter Ebdon in the third round.
Wales centre Jamie Roberts will play for Cambridge University in the Varsity match against Oxford.
Three Kenya Athletics officials are provisionally suspended for 180 days by the ethics commission of the IAAF.
Watch the best NFL plays from week 12, including a "spectacular" touchdown from the New York Jets' Chris Ivory and Odell Beckham Jr's stunning catch for the New York Giants.
Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's Women's European Championship Qualifying game between Israel women and Wales women.
Nigel Bond says unless his results pick up then he is likely to retire at the end of the season.
Tyson Fury's victory over Wladimir Klitschko is the greatest since Muhammad Ali beat Sonny Liston, says trainer Peter Fury.
The Irish FA's Patrick Nelson says a £36m stadium investment programme could revolutionise football in Northern Ireland.
Barry Hawkins joins the growing list of players to criticise the conditions at the UK Championship.
Rangers' liquidators BDO seek leave to appeal a decision that the club's use of Employee Benefit Trusts (EBTs) broke tax rules.
Championship strugglers Bolton reveal that their squad has not been paid for November as the club looks for a buyer.
John Fury, the father of world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, goes on an incredible rant in praise of his son.
Injured England centre Manu Tuilagi could return in time for Leicester Tigers' Boxing Day clash with Newcastle.
Dean Smith is leaving League One club Walsall to take over as Brentford head coach, the BBC understands.
Former Manchester United and England defender Phil Neville takes temporary charge of training at Valencia.
The winding-up petition brought against League Two side Northampton Town has been withdrawn following a court hearing.