Bolt to compete in next month’s World Relays

Usain Bolt will compete in next month's IAAF World Relays in the Bahamas, the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association said on Tuesday.

Women’s Sport Pioneers: Hostility lit fire under me – Michaela Tabb

BBC Sport is paying tribute to pioneering women in sport in the run-up to International Women's Day on 8 March. Here, three women who have refereed men's sport in snooker, rugby and football share their experiences.

Paralympic ones to watch for 2015

With the Rio Paralympics only 20 months away, 2015 promises to be another busy year for disability sport. Among the big events in 2015 are World Championships in athletics, rowing, plus track and road cycling.

Bradley Wiggins on Lance Armstrong, bluffing in Tour de France

Bradley Wiggins looked back at going toe to toe with Lance Armstrong at the 2009 Tour de France, likening Armstrong’s ability to hide his suffering on tough climbs to befriending you and then slipping “the knife in your back.”

Jamaican Swimmer Alia Atkinson Makes History

Anyone tuned in to the Fédération Internationale de Natation (FINA) World Swimming Championships on Saturday witnessed history.

Pistorius sentenced to five years jail for killing girlfriend

South African Paralympian star sprinter Oscar Pistorius was sentenced to five years in prison Tuesday for the killing of his girlfriend last year, as his sensational trial reached a climax.

US swimmer Michael Phelps ‘arrested for drink driving’

US Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps has been arrested for driving under the influence, authorities have said.

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IPL 7:Gautam Gambhir – Would not have reacted that way had I nicked it

Kolkata Knight Riders captain Gautam Gambhir made no bones about the fact that he got a raw deal from umpire Nigel Llong which prompted an angry reaction from him as he cursed on his way back and flung his bat angrily on reaching the dug-out.

Cook ‘incredibly worried’ by fixing row

England captain Alastair Cook revealed his growing concern regarding the prevalence of spot-fixing within cricket on Monday, as fresh evidence of corruption came to light.

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