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|Tour of Qatar win for Cavendish
Mark Cavendish sprints to victory on stage three at the Tour of Qatar, while fellow Briton Adam Blythe remains third overall.
A different breed
BBC Radio 5 live hosts a horse racing special, looking at the achievements of 17-times champion jockey AP McCoy
Adlington retires from swimming
Button fastest on testing day one
Skier Vonn sidelined after crash
Wycombe keeper attacked by fan
Wycombe goalkeeper Jordan Archer is attacked by a Gillingham supporter towards the end of his side's 1-0 win at Priestfield.
Broad hat-trick seals England win
Stuart Broad takes a hat-trick and Jos Buttler hits a rapid 57 as England romp to a 46-run T20 victory over a New Zealand XI.
Murray in tennis doping test call
Harris called up for T20 matches
Tuilagi declared fit for England
Manu Tuilagi is fit for England's game against Ireland in the Six Nations on Sunday, but Ben Morgan is a doubt.
|Hendry questions Kean's management
Blackburn legend Colin Hendry says there is a "big difference" between coaching and management, and Rovers boss Steve Kean lacks support in his new role.
Vaughan hopes sentences 'sends shockwaves'
Ex-England captain Michael Vaughan hopes the jailing of cricketers Salman Butt, Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif "sends shockwaves" through the game.
Australia not good enough - Clarke
Captain Michael Clarke admits his side were "not good enough" as South Africa win the first Test by eight wickets after bowling Australia out for 47 in their second innings.
Biographer remembers courageous D'Oliveira
Author Peter Oborne remembers former England all-rounder Basil D'Oliveira who has died at the age of 80.
Anderson bemoans international schedule
England bowler Jimmy Anderson tells BBC Radio 5 live that he thinks there is too much international cricket and it is fortunate England can cope with the fixture list by rotating players.
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Villas-Boas hoping to get 'back on track'
Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas says his side's poor Premier League form does not "change their perspective" of the Champions League, ahead of their tie with Bayer Leverkusen.
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in 90 seconds
Lewis Hamilton storms to victory in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix ahead of Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button, after Sebastian Vettel retires early on with a puncture. (UK only)
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|Youth charged over goalie attack
A teenager is charged after the Wycombe Wanderers goalkeeper Jordan Archer was attacked in the closing stages of a match against Gillingham.
Cole 'an all-time England great'
England Under-21 manager Stuart Pearce believes Ashley Cole is "the best left-back that has ever played for England".
Brown given Scotland captaincy
Scott Brown is named captain for Scotland's first game under new manager Gordon Strachan against Estonia.
Rejecting England 'hurt' Scolari
Brazil manager Luiz Felipe Scolari admits that rejecting the chance to take charge of England in 2006 still "hurts" him.
No Europol contact - Liverpool
Liverpool say match-fixing investigators have not been in contact after reports one of their games is under suspicion.
|Merrien in top form for Marathon
Guernsey's Lee Merrien is in the form of this life as he prepares to try and qualify for the Olympics in Sunday's London Marathon.
Athletes get Olympic ticket boost
UK Athletics says it will buy tickets to ensure athletes' friends and families can watch them perform at the London Olympics.
GB team 'can hit medal target'
UK Athletics head coach Charles van Commenee insists his squad can hit his target of eight medals at the London Olympics.
I want 9.4secs at Olympics - Bolt
Usain Bolt wants to "amaze" the world at London 2012 by running 9.4 seconds for the 100m and 19 seconds for the 200m.
Gebrselassie ends Olympic dream
Former marathon world record holder Haile Gebrselassie gives up on his dream of competing in the London 2012 marathon.
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|Heather Watson's Fed Cup column
The British number one lifts the lid on team initiation ceremonies, the aims for 2013 and her desire to play more singles matches
Murray targets Paris over GB tie
Andy Murray's belief that he can lift his second Grand Slam title by winning the French Open led to him opting out of Davis Cup duty.
Nadal needs patience on comeback
Seven-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal says he will need weeks on the circuit before he can return to his best after a knee injury.
Shock Thailand defeat for Watson
British number one Heather Watson is beaten 7-6, 4-6, 6-2 by Latvian Anastasija Sevastova in the second round of the Pattaya Open.
Watson and Robson rankings rise
British pair Heather Watson and Laura Robson are rewarded with new career-high rankings after Australian Open.
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