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Short-track speed skater Elise Christie leads a seven-strong British team at the World Championships in Hungary.
Sussex sign Australia all-rounder John Hastings as their second overseas player for Twenty20 cricket.
With one year until the Sochi Winter Paralympics, BBC Sport profiles the sports and athletes hoping to impress in Russia
England collapse to 167 all out before New Zealand cruise to 131-0 on day two of the opening Test in Dunedin.
New Zealand enjoyed a day of dominance in Dunedin as England continued their unwanted habit of starting an away Test series in disappointing fashion. The Black Caps closed 36 behind on 131 without loss in their first innings.
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British javelin thrower Goldie Sayers will need a third operation after suffering a setback in her rehabilitation from an elbow injury.
Paris St-Germain reach the Champions League quarter-finals as a 1-1 draw with Valencia gives them a 3-2 aggregate win.
Neal Bishop strikes for Notts County, but Kevin Lisbie's penalty earns Leyton Orient a point in League One.
England's Chris Adcock suffers first-round defeats in both the mixed and men's doubles at the All England Open Championships.
SPL bottom club Dundee come from behind to beat St Mirren and reduce the gap between the two sides to 14 points.
England beat Italy 4-2 in their Cyprus Cup opener but Scotland and Northern Ireland lose their first matches.
2012 silver medallist is first man to win two windsurfing crowns.
Hurricane Fly, ridden by Ruby Walsh, becomes the first horse for 38 years to regain the Champion Hurdle title at Cheltenham.
Britain's swimmers look to bounce back following a poor London 2012 at this weekend's international meeting in Leeds.
A Championship striker "upset" over claims he had sex with a woman punched a Good Samaritan who tried to intervene, a court hears.
Defender Andrew Taylor admits Championship leaders Cardiff City were "poor and lucky" to draw against Derby County.