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Manor Marussia are named on a 10-team entry list for the start of the 2015 Formula 1 season.
Retiring AP McCoy says he rates champion hurdler Jezki as his best chance of victory at his final Cheltenham Festival.
Dame Sarah Storey talks about her toughest task to date as the Paralympic champion attempts to break the hour record on Saturday.
Celtic face charges over improper conduct by their fans and team following the Europa League loss to Inter Milan.
Competition hungry friends, Goz and Ross, are put to the test at wheelchair rugby league when they take on their first challenge for 2015.
Hull FC centre Steve Michaels is implicated in investigations into the drug scandal at former club Gold Coast Titans.
Jordi Murphy's inclusion for injured Jamie Heaslip is Ireland's only change for Sunday's Six Nations game against England.
The Scottish FA announces that Brian McClair has been appointed their new performance director.
Robin van Persie could be out for more than two weeks with an ankle problem, says Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal.
Captain AB de Villiers scores the fastest 150 in one-day international history as South Africa beat West Indies by 257 runs in Sydney.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes he has changed the way Premier League clubs approach the League Cup.
McLaren driver Fernando Alonso says he is "completely fine" following the testing accident that left him with concussion.
Cardiff City manager Russell Slade is confident of owner Vincent Tan's continued commitment to the Bluebirds.
Why England's novice fly-half George Ford could well shatter the poise of Ireland's master, Jonny Sexton, writes Tom Fordyce.
Everton face a trip to conflict-torn Ukraine after being drawn against Dynamo Kiev in the last 16 of the Europa League.
China should start training babies if the country is to be successful at football, says President Xi Jinping.
Tyson Fury admits his decision to take on Christian Hammer at the O2 Arena in London on Saturday is a gamble.
Reducing the number of teams taking part in the next Cricket World Cup in 2019 is "a nonsense", says Jonathan Agnew.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has a "minor procedure to stop ankle discomfort", reveals manager Arsene Wenger.