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Smith makes his point with gold

Olympic star Louis Smith proved those whole called him "crazy" were wrong as he helped England to artistic gymnastics Commonwealth Games gold.

Wolff happy with Hamilton actions

Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff insists the team are comfortable with Lewis Hamilton's decision to ignore team orders on his way to third place in the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Care: England can catch All Blacks

Danny Care believes England possess the time and potential to bridge the gap on New Zealand before next year's home World Cup.

Tributes paid to retiring Kallis

South Africa all-rounder Jacques Kallis has announced his retirement from international cricket, admitting that next year's World Cup was just out of his reach.

Cook hands over to bowlers

Alastair Cook bagged his second half-century of the match before setting India a world-record chase of 445 to win the third Investec Test at the Ageas Bowl.

Glasgow Games 'awesome' - Bolt

Jamaican sprint superstar Usain Bolt labelled the Commonwealth Games as "awesome" on Wednesday after being earlier quoted delivering a staggering slur on his Glasgow experience.

Weightman joy after surprise silver

Laura Weightman was on cloud nine after she gatecrashed an expected Kenyan one-two in the 1500 metres to land her maiden major championship medal on a night of five England silvers at a raucous Hampden Park.

Bolt: I didn't slate the Games

Jamaican sprint superstar Usain Bolt tweeted to deny calling the Commonwealth Games "a bit s***" on Wednesday morning.

England pursuing second declaration

England led by 319 at lunch on day four, in pursuit of a declaration before trying to bowl India out a second time in the third Investec Test at the Ageas Bowl.

Moeen told to take off wristbands

Moeen Ali must stop wearing his 'Save Gaza' and 'Free Palestine' wristbands while playing for England, the International Cricket Council has decided.

England don't follow-on

England unsurprisingly opted against enforcing the follow-on after making short work of India on the fourth morning of the third Investec Test at the Ageas Bowl.

Broad credits Moores for positivity

Stuart Broad senses a new beginning is under way for him and his England team-mates as they look to finally free themselves from the hangover of last winter's Ashes whitewash.

Bolt criticises Games - report

Jamaican sprint superstar Usain Bolt remarked that the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games were "a bit s***", according to a report in Wednesday's Times newspaper.

Gloucestershire win at Headingley

Gloucestershire made Yorkshire pay for a below-par innings as they claimed their first win in the Royal London One-Day Cup by three wickets with 28 balls to spare at Headingley.

Van Gaal praises Shaw display

Louis van Gaal was impressed with the performance of Luke Shaw, who played the second half of Manchester United's win over Inter Milan despite going through a punishing training session on the morning of the match.

United beat Inter on penalties

Louis van Gaal maintained his unbeaten record as Manchester United boss following a penalty shootout win over Inter Milan in Washington DC.

England maintain control

England's bowlers were granted just reward, and a little more from occasionally compliant India, for much hard work as the hosts stayed on course for a shot at victory in the third Investec Test.

Turner gutted after hurdle error

Defending 110 metres hurdles champion Andy Turner crashed out in the heats on day three of athletics action at the Commonwealth Games, but there was smooth progress for England team-mate Greg Rutherford in the long jump at Hampden Park on Tuesday.

England earn gymnastics double gold

England's men and women secured gold as Scotland's men claimed their first Commonwealth Games team gymnastics medal by taking silver in Glasgow.

Weightlifting rocked by failed test

The future of weightlifting as a core sport in the Commonwealth Games programme has again been thrown into doubt after Nigerian 53kg gold medallist Chika Amalaha tested positive for drugs.

Boyhood blue Barkley savours reward

Midfielder Ross Barkley believes his new four-year contract proves performances on the pitch bring their own rewards.

Hamilton gets Horner backing

Lewis Hamilton has found a surprise ally following the team orders controversy that unfolded during the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Gemili has Jamaica in his sights

Adam Gemili has Usain Bolt and the Jamaicans in his sights after the English sprinter won 100 metres silver at the Commonwealth Games.

England battle against India

England eked out four wickets in two sessions as they booked in for the long haul to try to bowl India out twice at the Ageas Bowl.

England poised for gymnastics gold

England's men have all but claimed gymnastics team gold while Scotland are poised to claim their first ever Commonwealth team medal after Tuesday's opening session at the Hydro.

Hampden agony for Turner and Osagie

Andy Turner was left "devastated" and ready to call time on his career after crashing out in the 110 metres hurdles heats at the Commonwealth Games.

Hamilton stands by Hungary decision

Lewis Hamilton has vowed to continue racing his heart out no matter the circumstances to avoid a scenario where he looks back at the end of the season and thinks "if only".

Broad wickets boost England

Stuart Broad took two wickets on the third morning of the third Investec Test as England began their long haul to try to bowl India out twice at the Ageas Bowl.

Coe pulls out of BBC Trust race

Sebastian Coe has signalled he has pulled out of the race to become the next chairman of the BBC Trust.

Pietersen signs for Melbourne Stars

Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has signed a two-year deal with Australia Twenty20 franchise the Melbourne Stars.

Bell happy to help Buttler shine

Ian Bell vented his frustrations on India's bowlers, but was equally delighted at being able to help debutant Jos Buttler make such a success of his maiden Test innings at the Ageas Bowl.

Matthew retains squash title

Nick Matthew said his natural stubbornness made the crucial difference after dredging up a fractious five-game victory over England rival James Willstrop to retain his Commonwealth Games men's squash title at Scotstoun.

South Africa hold on for series win

South Africa will go back to the top of the International Cricket Council Test rankings after some stubborn batting helped them to a hard-fought draw against Sri Lanka in Colombo.

ECB okay with Moeen wristbands

England are prepared to let all-rounder Moeen Ali continue wearing wristbands declaring his support for the population of Gaza, during the remainder of the third Investec Test.

Greaves grabs discus gold

Dan Greaves struck Commonwealth gold for England with victory in the F42/44 discus at a noisy Hampden Park on Monday.

Jamaica joy and Gemili takes silver

Kemar Bailey-Cole took advantage of the absence of his training partner Usain Bolt to blaze to the Commonwealth 100 metres title in Glasgow as England's Adam Gemili took silver.

Hamilton: I can handle pressure

Lewis Hamilton feels he has proven after two of the toughest weeks of his Formula One career he is not a driver to crack under pressure.

Rio 2016 'on track' to meet targets

Rio 2016 Olympic organisers have labelled criticism of their preparations by a senior IOC figure "as ill-informed and wrong" and said they are now on course to meet their targets.

Bell and Buttler shine for England

Ian Bell and Test debutant Jos Buttler turned on the style to put England in command against India at the Ageas Bowl.

Brailsford gearing up for 2015 Tour

Team Sky principal Sir Dave Brailsford is already preparing for the 2015 Tour de France after a disappointing three-week campaign.

Bell keeps England on top

Ian Bell turned on the style to give England the impetus to try to turn promise into a shot at victory over India at the Ageas Bowl.

New Team Sky deal for Thomas

Geraint Thomas has signed a new two-year deal with Team Sky that will run until the end of 2016.

Tour winner Nibali targets worlds

Vincenzo Nibali will chase the world champion's rainbow jersey after completing a hat-trick of Grand Tour victories by winning the 101st Tour de France in Paris on Sunday.

England remain in charge

Gary Ballance and Ian Bell consolidated England's dominance on the second morning against India at the Ageas Bowl.

Lauda supports Hamilton's call

Niki Lauda claims he would also have ignored Mercedes' team instructions if he had been in Lewis Hamilton's shoes during Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix.

Cook relishes return to form

Alastair Cook is back on the front foot as England captain and opener, after answering his many critics with a pivotal innings for England.

Trott edges out Barker for gold

England's Laura Trott defied a kidney infection to win a thrilling duel with Wales' Elinor Barker in the women's points race, securing gold in a photo finish in the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome.

Wane: The best team won

Angry Wigan coach Shaun Wane says his side "got what they deserved" as they slumped to a shock defeat at already-relegated Bradford.

Smooth progression for Gemili

England's Adam Gemili breezed into the 100 metres semi-finals at the Commonwealth Games as the fastest qualifier at Hampden Park - and then declared there was plenty more to come.

Hamilton defends team orders shun

Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg face clear-the-air-talks with their Mercedes bosses over Formula One's summer break after a team orders affair overshadowed a sensational Hungarian Grand Prix.

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