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A minute's applause in tribute to former South African president Nelson Mandela will be held at weekend football matches.
Former Ferrari general manager Jean Todt is re-elected unopposed as the president of motorsport's governing body, the FIA.
England's Sam Burgess and Scotland's Danny Brough are among six nominees for the 2013 Golden Boot award.
Johann Muller, Jared Payne, Ruan Pienaar and Sean Doyle return to Ulster's team for the Heineken Cup game against Treviso.
New McLaren driver Kevin Magnussen says Lewis Hamilton's debut season success is an encouragement as he prepares for 2014.
Nelson Mandela saw sport as an instrument of unity and used it to help rebuild South Africa, writes BBC Sport's James Peacock
Bristol Academy boss Mark Sampson is appointed new England women head coach by the Football Association.
Australia captain praised after century in second Test.
If the Ashes is a tale of two skippers, Michael Clarke is playing the leading role, says chief sports writer Tom Fordyce.
BBC Sport's cricket analyst Simon Hughes looks in detail at how Michael Clarke's "excellent use of footwork" was enough to keep England at bay in Adelaide.
Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata says he wants to remain with the Spanish club after being linked to Arsenal.
Alan Pardew is named Premier League manager of the month while his Newcastle goalkeeper Tim Krul wins the player award.
Alastair Cook's team are miles behind Australia in terms of performance, energy and aggression, writes cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew
Bolton boss Dougie Freedman says Championship club chairmen should be more patient as their managers strive for success.
Despite having no fit strikers, Swans boss Michael Laudrup will not seek a new front man in the January transfer window.
A Georgie Twigg penalty gives England a 1-0 win over China and a place in hockey's World League semi-finals against Australia
Gloucester confirm the signing All Blacks tight-head prop John Afoa from Ulster for next season.
Relive the best bits as Australia dominate England on a chastening day for the tourists in the second Test in Adelaide.
Graeme McDowell and Rory McIlroy keep in touch with leader Zach Johnson after the first round of the World Challenge.
Wales' four regions are reported to be ready to take legal action against the WRU over the right to play in cross-border competitions.