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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The winding-up petition brought against League Two side Northampton Town has been withdrawn following a court hearing.
Captain Leon Smith overcomes world rankings deficits to take GB from Davis Cup strugglers to champions in five years.
Jump racing's former champion chaser Sprinter Sacre is to miss Saturday's Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown.
Ireland winger Tommy Bowe indicates he may return sooner than expected after undergoing surgery on a cruciate knee ligament injury.
Former world champion David Haye says his style would "absolutely murder" that of new world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury.
Davis Cup captain Leon Smith says Britain needs to capitalise on his team's success to inspire future generations.
Former Leeds Rhinos and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats utility back Lee Smith is training with Hull FC.
Former New Zealand cricket captain Chris Cairns is found not guilty of lying under oath during a 2012 libel case.
David Haye says Tyson Fury is refusing to fight him because his style would "absolutely murder" that of the new world champion.
Susie Wolff may not have achieved her dream of racing in F1, but the Briton has left a mark on the sport she loves.