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Lazio are fined £38,250 after their match against Napoli was temporarily halted following alleged racist chants.
Rangers give Sports Direct formal notice that they wish to end their retail deal for club merchandise.
The Irish horseracing authorities are set to ban for life any horse that tests positive for steroids.
Ireland women's coach Tom Tierney names three uncapped players in his squad for Saturday's Six Nations game with Wales.
England coach Eddie Jones says he is determined for his side to "play well" in their 2016 Six Nations campaign against Scotland at Murrayfield.
The ICC is to review its decision-making executive committee, with India, England and Australia not guaranteed places.
Ronny Deila insists he will never quit as Celtic manager and is confident of retaining the Premiership title
Formula 1 plans to remove restrictions on engine development for 2017 in an attempt to level the playing field.
Jamie Vardy scores great goals like Dutch legend Marco van Basten, says Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri.
Prop forward Rob Evans says the pressure is on him after he is selected for Wales' Six Nations match against Ireland.
BBC Sport's George Riley highlights six players to keep your eye on this season in the Super League Show's ones to watch.
Team news ahead of the Pro12 game between Ulster and Newport Gwent Dragons at Kingspan Stadium in Belfast.
Think you have the skills to be the next star of the Six Nations? Then try our egg-throwing challenge!
Valencia manager Gary Neville says he "won't sleep well" after a 7-0 defeat by Barcelona at the Nou Camp in the first leg of the Copa del Rey semi-final.
Former Governor of the Bank of England Lord King joins the board of directors at Premier League strugglers Aston Villa.
BBC Sport asks players from the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers who you should side with during Sunday's Super Bowl.
Kid from the wrong side of town? Ex-Leicester hooker? Sleep-deprived workaholic? All of the above? Meet England's new coach.
France name four uncapped players to face Italy in the Six Nations, including sevens specialist Virimi Vakatawa.