Fans can get carried away - Coleman
Manager Chris Coleman urges Wales fans to get excited, but says he and his players will not until they qualify for Euro 2016.
Hamilton dominates with new engine
Murray fights back to beat Mannarino
Man Utd 'lack transfer experience'
Man Utd's "inexperience" in the transfer market led to the collapse of David De Gea's move, says Real Madrid's president.
'Going blond & balancing my life'
Lewis Hamilton on his new hairstyle, why he loves to travel the world and finding the right balance in life.
Friday's gossip column
David De Gea to be given a fresh start at Man Utd, Paul Merson says Arsenal fans will feel cheated this summer, plus more.
England collapse hands Australia win
A stuttering England batting display hands Australia a 59-run victory at Southampton in their first one-day international.
Diamond win beat demons - Rutherford
Greg Rutherford wins the IAAF Diamond League long jump title in Zurich and insists it helps him beat his "demons".
Selby poised for title defence
Mexico's Fernando Montiel will challenge Wales' world featherweight champion Lee Selby in Phoenix, Arizona next month.
Ex-England striker Davies retires
Former Southampton, Bolton and Preston striker Kevin Davies announces his retirement from football at the age of 38.
I'm not a one-season wonder - Kane
Tottenham striker Harry Kane says he was not "lucky" last season after his failure to score in four games this term.
Federer eases through in 33C heat
Five-time champion Roger Federer makes smooth progress on another hot day at the US Open that brings more retirements.
I'm no Serena, says Britain's Konta
Britain's Jo Konta played down her winning form after reaching the US Open third round, saying she is "no Serena Williams".
North bids to repeat Six Nations form
Wales wing George North is glad to have the "monkey off his back" as he prepares to face Italy after returning to the squad.
Wilson scores for England on debut
Manchester United's James Wilson scores the winner on his debut as England Under-21s beat USA Under-23s at Deepdale.
NI need France finals spot - O'Neill
Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill says qualifying for Euro 2016 would be of "huge significance" for the country.
Gibraltar v Rep of Ireland
Robbie Keane is set to return to the Republic of Ireland side for Friday's must-win Euro 2016 qualifier against Gibraltar.
Georgia v Scotland
Scott Brown, Ikechi Anya and Russell Martin should be fit for Scotland's Euro 2016 qualifier against Georgia on Friday.
Drivers open to closed cockpits
After a series of fatal incidents Formula 1 drivers have admitted they are open to the idea of closed cockpits.
Netherlands suffer Euro 2016 setback
Netherlands are in danger of missing out on reaching Euro 2016 after losing to Iceland, who are on the verge of qualifying.
GB men qualify for Rio Paralympics
GB men beat Italy 77-48 in the European Wheelchair Basketball Championships quarter-finals to qualify for Rio 2016.
Mings season over following injury
Bournemouth's record signing Tyrone Mings is ruled out for the rest of the season with a knee injury.
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VIDEO: Watch: 91-shot table tennis rally
Watch this unbelievable table tennis rally between Adrien Mattenet and Par Gerell at the Czech Open.
VIDEO: Five of the best overtakes in Italy
Watch five of the best overtaking moves from the Italian Grand Prix over the years.
VIDEO: England stars root for Rooney goals record
England players Harry Kane and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain have "no doubt" striker Wayne Rooney will become England's top scorer this weekend.
VIDEO: Bizarre own goal in Belfast game
Cliftonville's Martin Murray scores a 40-yard own goal during Wednesday's League Cup game against Dundela.
VIDEO: Kyrgios antics are funny - Murray
Andy Murray says he found the on-court antics of Australia's Nick Kyrgios "funny" during their US Open first-round match.
VIDEO: Arsenal needed a striker - Keown
Football Focus pundits Danny Murphy, Henry Winter and Martin Keown discuss Arsenal's transfer policy with Dan Walker on transfer deadline day.
VIDEO: Murray & Konta into US Open third round
Britain's Jo Konta stunned ninth seed and Wimbledon finalist Garbine Muguruza in an epic contest at the US Open.
VIDEO: Gôl Bale... yn fyw ar S4C!
Beth ydych chi'n gwneud pan fo Cymru'n sgorio a chithau'n darlledu'n fyw o dafarn? Yr ateb... dathlu!
VIDEO: Picking team not easy - Strachan
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan discusses Friday's Euro 2016 qualifying match against Georgia, and provides reporters with a parting laugh.
VIDEO: Wales are more than just Bale - Bitton
Israel and Celtic midfielder Nir Bitton says Wales are much more than Gareth Bale ahead of their crucial qualifier this weekend.
VIDEO: O'Neill expects tough Faroes test
Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill says the Faroe Islands must not be underestimated in Friday night's Euro 2016 qualifier in Torshavn.
VIDEO: Position 'not an issue' for Burgess
Rugby league convert Sam Burgess says he "feels like a rugby union player" before England face Ireland in the last warm-up match before the World Cup.
VIDEO: Magic Monza: Italian GP preview
BBC F1 commentator Ben Edwards previews the Italian Grand Prix at Monza, the oldest race on the F1 calendar.
VIDEO: Kane: England have so much potential
BBC Sport's Alan Shearer meets Harry Kane to discuss England's current qualification campaign and the atmosphere in the camp.
VIDEO: Ride the Rio mountain bike course
Take a look at the Rio 2016 Olympics mountain bike course, courtesy of designer Nick Floores' helmet camera.
VIDEO: Summer's biggest transfer deals
BBC Sport rounds up the summer's biggest transfer moves, after the transfer window closed until January 1 2016.
Wales player ratings v Cyprus
Do you agree with BBC Wales reporter Dafydd Pritchard's player ratings for Wales' 1-0 victory over Cyprus?
Who will win the WSL title race?
Who will win this season's Women's Super League One title? BBC Sport takes a look at the main contenders.
'Early strikes and unseemly scrambles'
Who bought early, who scrambled late on, who sat it out? Phil McNulty on where the transfer window leaves the key contenders.
F1 must find way to protect drivers
Motorsport must find a way to protect drivers as much as possible, but do not expect a fix-all solution, says Allan McNish.
What's on BBC Sport this week
This week's sport on the BBC, including US Open tennis, Euro 2016 qualifying matches and the Italian Grand Prix.
Martin plans on return to racing
Guy Martin wants to return to action following his Superbike crash in Northern Ireland but will take his time.
Shane Warne's warning to Nick Kyrgios
Ex-cricketer Shane Warne writes to tennis player Nick Kyrgios, telling his fellow Australian not to waste his talent.
Nominate your 2015 Get Inspired Unsung Hero
Do you know someone who inspires people to play sport in their community? Find out how to give them the recognition they deserve.
IAAF defends Beijing drug testing
Over 1,400 drug tests were carried out at the recent World Athletics Championships, says the sport's governing body.
Brook to defend title against Chaves
Great Britain's Kell Brook will defend his IBF world welterweight title against Argentine Diego Chaves on 24 October.
Ashes Tests to leave the Waca
Future Ashes Test matches in Perth are to be moved away from the iconic Waca ground to a new stadium in the Australian city.
Von Poppel wins Vuelta sprint stage
Danny von Poppel wins Vuelta 12th stage to Lleida despite puncture 7km from the finish as Fabio Aru retains lead.
GB Para-rowers secure Worlds gold
Great Britain's Para-rowing team secure gold and three silvers on day five of the World Rowing Championships.
Cyprus 0-1 Wales
Gareth Bale scores a late winner as Wales move to within three points of qualifying for Euro 2016 with victory in Cyprus.
Hamilton against Mercedes engine plan
Lewis Hamilton expresses his opposition to the idea of his Mercedes team supplying Red Bull with engines in the future.
Jamieson joint leader of Russian Open
Scott Jamieson is joint leader of the Russian Open on six-under par after an opening round of 65
Veteran trainer Brittain to retire
Multiple Classic-winning trainer Clive Brittain announces his intention to retire at the end of the season.
US picks LA as Olympics 2024 bid city
The US Olympic Committee (USOC) names Los Angeles as the US bid city for hosting the 2024 games after Boston drops out.
Huddersfield 40-26 Castleford
Huddersfield overpower Yorkshire rivals Castleford to strengthen their Super League top-four bid with three games left.
Strong Ireland side to face England
Joe Schmidt picks 12 of his Six Nations-clinching side for Saturday's World Cup warm-up game against England.
Carter wins first title since return
Ali Carter wins the Paul Hunter Classic to claim his first professional title since successfully battling cancer.
Payne wins Olympic open water test
British double world champion Keri-Anne Payne wins the 10km open water test event for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
GB's Konta stuns ninth seed Muguruza
Britain's Jo Konta stuns ninth seed and Wimbledon finalist Garbine Muguruza in an epic second round contest at the US Open.
GB's Woods wins World Cup slopestyle
Britain's James Woods leads from start to finish to claim the first World Cup slopestyle title of the season in New Zealand.
Arsenal's Welbeck out until Christmas
Arsenal and England striker Danny Welbeck is expected to be out until Christmas after having knee surgery.
Scotland need 'calm heads' - Miller
Former international Willie Miller hopes Scotland stay focused against Georgia despite an eagerness to reach Euro 2016.
Bale aims to be part of Wales' best
Wales step into the unknown against Israel on Sunday as they try to be the nation's best by reaching Euro 2016, says Gareth Bale.
Faroe Islands v Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland pair Chris Brunt and Kyle Lafferty prove their fitness for the Euro 2016 qualifier with the Faroe Islands.