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Chris Froome celebrates with his team-mates, Team Sky principal Sir Dave Brailsford, and a bottle of champagne, after winning his second Tour de France.
Watch highlights as Anna van der Breggen wins the second edition of La Course by Le Tour de France in a rain-soaked Paris.
Exeter help financially-struggling Torquay by waiving their right to half of the gate receipts for Friday's friendly.
Selling Scott Allan for less than £1m could see Hibs lose 5,000 through the turnstiles, warns former Hibs boss Alex Miller.
Jason Day recovers from his Open disappointment by winning the Canadian Open by a shot from American Bubba Watson.
In his final Tour column, Team Sky's Geraint Thomas praises the performance of his team, and reveals his plans for his stag do.
Manager Chris Coleman says he does not want the distraction of new contract talks while Wales are involved in Euro 2016 qualifying.
Mexico win a record seventh Gold Cup with a dominant win against first-time finalists Jamaica in Philadelphia.
Manchester United sign goalkeeper Sergio Romero on a free transfer after he left Sampdoria.
Chelsea to make up Stones offer, Van Gaal doubts Ronaldo will move, Coloccini on the move, plus best of social media.
In a season when Formula 1 has been called boring, the Hungarian GP was packed with chaos, drama and heroic drives.
Superb Hungarian Grand Prix was fitting tribute to Jules Bianchi, says chief F1 writer Andrew Benson.
Tour de France winner Chris Froome tells spectators he will "always respect" the yellow jersey and "never dishonour it".
Watch all the best bits of a thrilling Hungarian Grand Prix in a bite-size montage and hear the drivers' thoughts on all the key incidents.
Britons Kyle Edmund and Johanna Konta both win titles on Sunday to move close to the world's Top 100.
China's Chen Aisen and Lin Yue win gold in the 10m synchro platform dive at the World Championships in Kazan.
Synchronised swimming events featuring men and women are the "future" say the winners of the event's first World Championship gold.
Sir Ben Ainslie tells the BBC he has never before seen a crowd as large as the one which watched his his Land Rover BAR Racing team in the America's Cup.
Arsenal forward Theo Walcott is getting "closer and closer" to signing a new contract, says manager Arsene Wenger.