Alonso quickest in China practice
Mata backs Moyes to revive Man Utd
Juan Mata says club will become a force with new signings.
Trott to take break from cricket
Jonathan Trott is to take a break from cricket because of a recurrence of the anxiety issues that forced him to leave England's Ashes tour.
Lawro's predictions v Ken Doherty
BBC Sport's football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on former snooker world champion Ken Doherty in this week's predictions
'There's a secret language only us drivers know'
In his regular BBC Sport column, Lewis Hamilton talks about his thrilling Bahrain battle with team-mate Nico Rosberg
Robson out of French Open & Wimbledon
Hull KR 21-20 Hull FC
Hull FC's Graeme Horne runs in two tries against his former club before a Craig Hall drop-goal edges a superb derby.
Dowie gives Liverpool winning start
Howard rewarded with new Everton deal
Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard has signed a two-year contract extension to keep him at Goodison Park until 2018.
Racing makes its Good Friday debut
History will be made with racing on Good Friday at Musselburgh and Lingfield, which stages a £1m all-weather meeting.
Stanning & Glover reunite for trials
London 2012 Olympic gold medallists Heather Stanning and Helen Glover will race as a pair in the British rowing trials.
Rosberg plans Hamilton Bahrain talk
Palace loss should not stand - Cardiff
Cardiff City claim Crystal Palace got hold of important team information in advance of a key Premier League match.
Nadal brings up 300th clay win
Rafael Nadal earns his 300th career victory on clay by beating Andreas Seppi 6-1 6-3 at the Monte Carlo Masters.
O'Sullivan to face Hull in first round
Defending champion Ronnie O'Sullivan is drawn to face Robin Hull in the first round of the World Championship in Sheffield.
Rodgers hopeful on Sturridge return
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says striker Daniel Sturridge is likely to make a quick return from a hamstring injury
Bradford Bulls 6-46 Leeds Rhinos
Rob Burrow scores a try on his 400th appearance for the club as Leeds Rhinos thrash Bradford Bulls 46-6 at Odsal.
Kuchar leads RBC, Spieth in frame
Matt Kuchar takes a share of the first-round lead at the RBC Heritage as Jordan Spieth sits three shots behind.
Celtic dominate player of year list
Kris Commons, Virgil van Dijk, Fraser Forster and Kris Boyd are nominated for the PFA Scotland Premiership player of the year.
Injured Evans faces six months out
Gloucester back-row forward Gareth Evans could be out for up to six months with a knee ligament injury.
Toormore wins Craven at Newmarket
Unbeaten Toormore is on track for the 2,000 Guineas after winning the Craven Stakes at Newmarket for trainer Richard Hannon
Blatter wants new racism penalties
Fifa president Sepp Blatter says points deductions instead of stadium closures should be used in the fight against racism.
Worlds will be lost to China - Selby
World number three Mark Selby is convinced Sheffield will eventually lose the World Snooker Championship to China.
In pictures: London Marathon 2014
The best images as thousands of runners take part in the London Marathon 2014.
VIDEO: Highlights: Alonso fastest in first practice
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso welcomes his new team principal to F1 by setting the pace in first practice at the Chinese Grand Prix.
VIDEO: Murray sings BBC Sport theme tune
Watch Andy Murray, Steve Davis, Murray Walker, Johnny Vegas, Hazel Irvine and Gareth Edwards hum along to their favourite BBC Sport theme tune.
VIDEO: Great snooker finals at the Crucible
BBC Sport takes a look at some great finals at the World Snooker Championship, as the 2014 tournament approaches.
VIDEO: Chelsea's Ji adapts to English life
Chelsea Ladies star signing Ji So-Yun tells BBC London she wants to help the Women's Super League team become "strong".
VIDEO: Magath would take opposition details
Fulham manager Felix Magath sees no problem in asking anyone for an insight into the opposition and will do so ahead of their game against Tottenham.
VIDEO: Draw not enough - Pellegrini
Manuel Pellegrini says Manchester City's 2-2 draw at home to Sunderland is "not enough" in their bid to win the Premier League title.
VIDEO: Fantastic Palace are safe - Pulis
Tony Pulis says Crystal Palace's 3-2 win at Everton was "absolutely fantastic" and believes they are safe from relegation.
VIDEO: Tackling the world's coldest marathon
The world's hardest, and coldest, marathon has taken place at Russia's Barneo Ice Station in the geographic North Pole.
VIDEO: Carlin 'surprised' by fastest time
Jazmin Carlin says she is 'surprised' to have set the fastest 800m freestyle time in the world this year at the British Swimming Championships.
VIDEO: World Cup moments: Magic from Maxi
BBC Sport counts down 100 of the greatest World Cup moments, as the 2014 tournament in Brazil draws nearer.
VIDEO: Steering wheel distracts Maldonado
Lotus driver Pastor Maldonado nearly crashes after getting distracted making adjustments to his steering wheel during first practice for the Chinese Grand Prix.
VIDEO: Alonso 'surprised' Domenicali resigned
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso says that he was "surprised" by Stefano Domenicali's resignation as Ferrari team principal earlier this week.
VIDEO: Swansea bust-up dealt with - Monk
Swansea head coach Garry Monk says a training ground bust-up has been "dealt with" and it was "blown out of proportion".
VIDEO: World Cup moments: Brilliant Bulgaria
BBC Sport counts down 100 of the greatest World Cup moments, as the 2014 tournament in Brazil draws nearer.
VIDEO: Lambert 'intent' on staying at Villa
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert insists he is still "intent" on remaining manager of the club, despite the suspension of two first-team coaches this week.
VIDEO: Wellens reflects on Super League record
St Helens captain Paul Wellens reflects on his career after setting a new Super League appearance record.
VIDEO: A draw nobody expected - Poyet
Sunderland boss Gus Poyet says he is pleased after earning "a draw that nobody expected" at title-chasing Manchester City.
VIDEO: Best shots of the 2014 Masters
Watch the best shots of the 2014 Masters, featuring winner Bubba Watson, Jordan Spieth and Lee Westwood.
VIDEO: Bobsleigh gold pair return to Innsbruck
British bobsledders Tony Nash and Robin Dixon make a nostalgic visit to Innsbruck, 50 years after their victory at the Winter Olympics.
VIDEO: Title finish line a way out - Rodgers
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers insists "the finish line is still a way out" in their bid the Premier League title.
VIDEO: Why Moyes should fear 'brave' Everton
BBC Sport's Pat Nevin looks at the reasons why former Everton manager David Moyes may be in for an uncomfortable return to Goodison Park on Sunday.
VIDEO: Roger Milla wants England revenge
Cameroon legend Roger Milla hopes the 2014 World Cup final will be England v Cameroon, so his nation can avenge their 1990 defeat.
VIDEO: Sensational Shanghai - Chinese GP preview
BBC Sport's Ben Edwards previews the 11th Chinese Grand Prix, running at the Shanghai International Circuit this Sunday.
VIDEO: Martinez on 'hurtful' Everton defeat
Roberto Martinez says Everton's 3-2 defeat by Crystal Palace is "a real disappointment" as they eye the Champions League.
VIDEO: Phillips to lead UK team at BMX worlds
Liam Phillips is preparing to head the Great Britain elite squad in the first round of the UCI BMX supercross World Cup.
VIDEO: Liverpool players read Hillsborough names
Players and staff from Liverpool Football Club read the names of the 96 victims of the Hillsborough tragedy.
VIDEO: Jamie Peacock: 'Genuine leader of men'
Leeds Rhinos prop Jamie Peacock talks to the BBC's Super League Show about making his 500th career appearance.
'I'll play it out until the song is over'
Boxing's oldest world champion Bernard Hopkins talks metaphysics, prison, chess and delusion - and why he's not ready to quit
Bale finally emerges from Ronaldo's shadow
Gareth Bale proves he can be a game-changer on the big occasion for Real Madrid with the winner in the Copa del Rey final
The inside story of Lara's record 375
How Brian Lara's world record innings against England in Antigua unfolded - from those who witnessed it first hand
World Cup goal drives resting Carter
New Zealand legend Dan Carter hopes a sabbatical will keep him fresh to sort out some unfinished World Cup business
'Losing the England captaincy was devastating'
In her latest column, Casey Stoney discusses England, Arsenal's hopes for the season and the WSL's debt to Liverpool
Hamilton eyes hat-trick on Shanghai straights
BBC Sport previews the Chinese Grand Prix, where Lewis Hamilton is going for his third win at Shanghai
Must-not-miss sport on the BBC
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Fan arrested over fish-dumping stunt
A PAOK fan is arrested for dumping a crate of fish on the Olympiakos bench before a stormy Greek Cup semi-final.
The Mercedes 'masterstroke' keeping Hamilton ahead
Andrew Benson looks at the Mercedes engine innovation that is key to keeping Lewis Hamilton on top in Formula 1 this season
Hillsborough memorial in pictures
Thousand of people gather at Anfield to remember the 96 people who died in the Hillsborough disaster 25 years ago.
Cram accepts British Athletics role
Former world champion Steve Cram joins British Athletics as an adviser and mentor ahead of the 2016 Olympics.
Boxer admits lap-dance club assault
An Olympic boxing silver medallist admits assaulting a reveller at a lap-dancing club after a row over a reality TV show.
Carberry still hopes for England place
Michael Carberry says he has not given up hope of keeping his Test place, despite criticising the England management.
Cycling sponsor 'huge' for women
Triple world champion Dani King says the sponsorship deal for next month's Women's Tour race is "huge" for women's sport.
Changes planned for para-snowboarding
Athletes to compete head-to-head and a new slalom event are among changes proposed for para-snowboarding.
Magath seeking Tottenham insight
Fulham boss Felix Magath says he sees no problem in asking anyone for an insight into the opposition.
New Ferrari chief needs time - Alonso
Fernando Alonso says it remains to be seen if Ferrari's new team chief would be successful in turning around the team's form.
Westwood leads by a shot in Malaysia
England's Lee Westwood shoots an opening-round 65 at the Malaysian Open to lead by one shot from Nicolas Colsaerts.
Jockey Club makes record profits
The Jockey Club, the organisation behind the UK's leading horseracing events, reports record profits for last year of £22m.
Marquez eases to Texas victory
World champion Marc Marquez claims victory from Honda team-mate Dani Pedrosa in the Grand Prix of the Americas in Texas.
Daley launches new diving academy
Olympic bronze medallist Tom Daley hopes a new diving academy bearing his name will help unearth future stars.
London Broncos 22-28 Catalan Dragons
Catalan Dragons survive a late London Broncos fightback - led by Mason Caton-Brown - to earn a fourth win in five matches.
England World Cup contenders - Carter
England will be major contenders for World Cup 2015 and a win in New Zealand this summer is possible, says Dan Carter.
Passion still burns deep for Doherty
Irishman Ken Doherty, 44, who won the World Championship in 1997, says he relishes the time he has left in the sport
Scots reveal largest aquatics team
Team Scotland have named their largest aquatics team in Commonwealth Games history for Glasgow 2014.
Federer could miss French Open
Roger Federer hints that he may skip the French Open to be with wife Mirka when she gives birth to their third child.
GB coach plays down slopestyle fears
GB Freeski head coach Pat Sharples plays down fears that ski and snowboard slopestyle could be banned from the Winter Olympics.
Lancashire announce £3.5m profit
Lancashire County Cricket Club announce a record operating profit of £3.5m for the year ending December 2013.
Commons content over Celtic contract
Midfielder Kris Commons is in no rush to sit down and talk about extending his contract with Celtic.
Blake concerned by Cardiff claims
Former striker Nathan Blake expresses concerns at Cardiff City's claims that team details were leaked to Crystal Palace.
NI announces first Games competitors
Northern Ireland name an initial batch of 33 competitors from five sports who will compete at the Commonwealth Games.