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Goal shooter Joanne Harten suffers an embarrassing wait on court before England's Pool B netball match against South Africa after running out alone before the announcer's introduction.
Jason Kenny misses out on the semi-final of the men's keirin after England team-mate Matthew Crampton takes him on the line to win the repechage race to qualify.
England's Helen Scott and Sophie Thornhill secure gold in the women's 1,000m time trail in the B2 tandem in one minute 8.127 seconds - a new Commonwealth Games record.
Watch highlights as Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo masters the tricky conditions to win a sensational Hungarian Grand Prix ahead of Ferrari's Fernando Alonso.
Scottish table tennis player Gavin Rumgay wants to do his "wedgie" celebration with Usain Bolt.
England's David Horsey beat Ireland's Damien McGrane in a play-off to win the Russian Open in Moscow on Sunday.
Relegated Bradford Bulls cause one of the shocks of the Super League season, beating reigning champions Wigan Warriors 16-8.
Defending champion Nick Matthew reaches the men's singles squash final with a 3-0 win over fellow Englishman Peter Barker.
The Northern Ireland men's triples bowling team win their semi-final to ensure at least a silver medal at Glasgow 2014.
Arsenal complete the signing of Colombia goalkeeper David Ospina from Nice on a long-term contract for about £3m.
England, Scotland and Wales all lose to southern hemisphere sides in the quarter-finals of Glasgow 2014's rugby sevens.
England's Bethy Woodward produces a personal best to claim silver in the para-sport women's long jump T37/38 class.
Adam Gemili wins his Commonwealth Games 100m heat in 10.15 seconds to reach the semi-finals of the event at Glasgow 2014.
England's Steven Scott wins men's double trap gold, while Matthew French takes silver and Charlotte Kerwood claims women's gold.
Liverpool call off their £8.5m move for QPR's striker Loic Remy amid reports that he failed a medical in the United States.
Having only taken up running seven years ago, 40-year-old Steve Way finishes 10th in the Glasgow 2014 marathon.
England's Charlotte Kerwood hits 94 out of her 120 clays to seal gold in the women's double trap on day four of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Gold medallist Chris Sherrington reveals judo helped him conquer stress and alcohol problems after military service in Iraq.
Dutchwoman Marianne Vos wins the inaugural one-day La Course race in Paris, with Briton Lizzie Armitstead crashing out late on.