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Evans held up by rain at Monte Carlo Masters

British No 1 Dan Evans was held up by the weather as rain forced his Monte Carlo Masters meeting with Dusan Lajovic into a second day. Continue reading

UK duo chasing NFL dream on International Player Pathway program

Ayo Oyelola first fell in love with American Football after stumbling across Saquon Barkley highlights by chance during a law lecture at university; Adedayo Odeleye would sneak downstairs as a kid to watch the Super Bowl, later becoming enamoured by...

The Inter Miami story: Beckham, Neville, and MLS 2021 on Sky

From David Beckham's co-ownership and stadium struggles to Phil Neville's debut season as manager, live on Sky Sports, it has been quite the ride for Inter Miami so far. Continue reading

Knight hopes women’s Test cricket ‘becomes the norm’

Heather Knight hopes England's Test match at home to India this summer can lead to red-ball fixtures becoming a staple of the women's game around the world. Continue reading

Curry pours in 53 to become Warriors’ all-time leading scorer

Steph Curry passed Wilt Chamberlain as the all-time leading scoring in Golden State Warriors history as he erupted for 53 in Monday night's victory over the Denver Nuggets. Continue reading

Man Utd reporter notebook: Solskjaer coming of age

When Ole Gunnar Solskjaer returned to Manchester United as manager in 2018, he saw it as a homecoming, returning to a familiar environment he'd flourished in. Continue reading

Konta ‘feeling good’ ahead of clay-court campaign

British No 1 Johanna Konta says she is "feeling good" ahead of her clay-court campaign which begins in Stuttgart next week. Continue reading

FA to launch WSL Hall of Fame

The Football Association has announced it is launching a Women's Super League Hall of Fame as it celebrates the competition's 10-year anniversary. Continue reading

Benn: KO Khan? I know how!

Conor Benn wants to send Amir Khan 'out to retirement' in a British battle and believes he only requires one punch to set up a knockout triumph. Continue reading

Punish racists like dopers, says TdF’s only black rider

Kevin Reza's facial expression remains serious as he describes his newfound freedom in discussing racial inequality in cycling and society at large. "It's not something that weighs on me today." Continue reading