Murray through in Wimbledon heat
Britain's Andy Murray begins his Wimbledon campaign with a win over Mikhail Kukushkin as the Centre Court temperature reaches 41C.
Pearson sacking linked to son’s exit
Lionesses call for nation's backing
USA 2-0 Germany
Broady & Watson aim for round three
Liam Broady and Heather Watson lead the British challenge as temperatures are expected to soar on day three at Wimbledon.
What not to miss on day three
Your essential guide to day three of the 2015 Wimbledon Championships at the All England Club.
Argentina 6-1 Paraguay
Argentina thrash Paraguay in their Copa America semi-final to set up a final against tournament hosts Chile on Saturday.
Bedene & Ward give GB men four wins
Aljaz Bedene and James Ward win to put four British men in the second round of Wimbledon for the first time since 2006.
Sweden 0-0 Portugal ( win 4-3 on penalties)
Sweden claim their first European Under-21 Championship title thanks to a penalty shootout victory over Portugal in Prague.
Watson through but Robson goes out
British number one Heather Watson beats Caroline Garcia in the first round at Wimbledon, but Laura Robson suffers defeat.
Blatter to miss World Cup final
Fifa president Sepp Blatter will not travel to Canada for the final of the Women's World Cup for "personal reasons".
Hull KR 34-28 Salford
Albert Kelly scores in the closing stages as Hull KR survive a second-half comeback from Salford Red Devils.
Injured Bolt out of Paris & Lausanne
Usain Bolt withdraws from the Diamond League races in Paris and Lausanne next month because of a pelvic injury.
Champion Kvitova wins in 35 minutes
Petra Kvitova starts her Wimbledon title defence with a swift win over Kiki Bertens, but 2014 runner-up Eugenie Bouchard is out.
I am 100% clean, says Briton Farah
GB's double Olympic champion Mo Farah says he is "100% clean", following doping allegations against his coach Alberto Salazar.
Moores joins Notts coaching staff
Peter Moores is appointed as a coaching consultant at Nottinghamshire, seven weeks after being sacked by England.
Kauto Star dies after paddock fall
Two-time Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Kauto Star is put down after suffering neck and pelvis injuries in a fall.
Easy wins for Federer and Nadal
Second seed Roger Federer and 10th seed Rafael Nadal easily progress to the second round at Wimbledon.
Paulinho joins Chinese champions
Brazil midfielder Paulinho completes his move from Tottenham to Chinese champions Guangzhou Evergrande for £9.9m.
'Irregularities' over F1 test crash
The family of former F1 test driver Maria De Villota says it may take legal action over her crash due to "irregularities" on the day of the accident.
Branson wrong on Formula E - Horner
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says Formula E will not rival F1, despite Sir Richard Branson's claims to the contrary.
England players 'pushed to limit'
England's players are being "pushed to the limit" in their pre-World Cup camp, says forwards coach Graham Rowntree.
Wardrobe injury setback for Commons
Kris Commons suffers a broken toe in an accident at home but Celtic hope he will be fit for July's Champions League qualifiers.
Order of play
Find out who is playing at the leading men's and women's tournaments.
VIDEO: Murray beats battling Kukushkin
Britain's Andy Murray begins his Wimbledon campaign with a testing win over Mikhail Kukushkin of Kazakhstan on a hot afternoon at SW19.
VIDEO: How England made World Cup semis
BBC Sport looks at England's journey to the quarter-finals of the Women's World Cup in Canada, where they will face the Japan at midnight on Wednesday.
VIDEO: No nerves in England camp - Bronze
England defender Lucy Bronze says her side are not nervous ahead of Wednesday's Women's World Cup semi-final clash against Japan.
VIDEO: Monfils hits 'karate kick' winner
Gael Monfils wins a point in his first round match at Wimbledon against Pablo Carreno Busta with a karate kick-style winner.
VIDEO: 'Worst two shots at Wimbledon this year'
Thomaz Bellucci produces two howling errors on Court One during his first round match against Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon.
VIDEO: Valiant defeat for returning Robson
Watch highlights as British crowd favourite Laura Robson fights well but ultimately falls to a first-round defeat by Russia's Evgeniya Rodina
VIDEO: Federer: Best five shots v Dzumhur
Roger Federer eases into the second round at Wimbledon with a 6-1 6-3 6-3 victory against Bosnian Damir Dzumhur.
VIDEO: Ashes: England must believe - Brearley
Former captain Mike Brearley tells Michael Vaughan that captaincy is all about "finding out what makes people tick".
VIDEO: The shot that was too good for Roger
Damir Dzumhur took Switzerland's Roger Federer by surprise with a sublime passing shot during his first service game.
VIDEO: Lloyd inspires USA to World Cup final
USA are through to their fourth Women's World Cup final after a dramatic 2-0 win over Germany in their semi-final in Montreal.
VIDEO: Watson digs deep to beat Garcia
British number one Heather Watson saves three match points en route to a 1-6 6-3 8-6 victory over France's Caroline Garcia.
VIDEO: Vargas stunner puts Chile into final
Hosts Chile book their place in their first Copa America final for 28 years after a thrilling 2-1 win over Peru in Santiago.
VIDEO: Archive: England beat Japan in 2011
Watch highlights of the 2011 Women's World Cup group match in Germany when England beat Japan 2-0 to secure their place in the quarter-finals.
VIDEO: Ouch! Player hits own face with ball
Watch the unfortunate Alexandr Dolgopolov smash the ball into his own face during his court three match against Brit Kyle Edmund.
VIDEO: Nadal cruises to win: Five best shots
Watch five of the best points as Rafael Nadal cruises to a straight-set win against Thomaz Bellucci of Brazil in the first round at Wimbledon.
VIDEO: Highlights: Broady stuns Wimbledon
Watch highlights as British wildcard Liam Broady secures a place in the second round of Wimbledon by coming back from two sets down to beat Australian Marinko Matosevic
VIDEO: Kauto Star tries dressage at Olympia
Record-breaking steeplechaser Kauto Star performs a demonstration routine at the Olympia show.
A landscape transformed forever?
As England prepare for their World Cup semi-final, Phil McNulty asks whether women's football has changed for good.
Selfies, celebrities and 'marry me?'
As social media widens Wimbledon's global reach, BBC Sport takes a look at what people at SW19 are sharing.
'I always beat Lewis racing online'
From beating his brother Lewis at computer games to making racing history, we chart Nic Hamilton's inspirational journey.
Will Baku success boost GB in Rio?
After a successful European Games for Great Britain, BBC Sport assesses the impact on the team's Rio 2016 prospects.
Can Raikkonen save his F1 career?
'Ice Man' Kimi Raikkonen appears to be losing his cool. And the sub-text suggests Ferrari may have already decided to move on.
Why are there so few female coaches?
With only eight of the 24 teams at the World Cup led by females, are men forcing women out of their own game?
Donald turns corner for shot at Open
Ex-world number one Luke Donald's career was in the doldrums but the Briton is rediscovering his form in time for the Open, says Iain Carter.
Kvitova - Nerves and my new 'home'
Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova on defending her title, life in the village - and why you don't get to keep the trophy for long.
What's on BBC Sport this week
This week's sport on the BBC, including Wimbledon, Women's World Cup semi-finals and the British Grand Prix.
How well do you know England stars?
They are in the World Cup semi-finals but many are not household names. See how much you know about England's history-making side.
How to get into Tennis
How to get into tennis - a sport on the up in the UK. Find your nearest court and learn the basics with our guide
Ukad confirms doping investigation
UK Anti-Doping confirms it is investigating claims about doping techniques allegedly used by coach Alberto Salazar.
De La Hoya decides against comeback
Boxing great Oscar De La Hoya confirms in a Facebook post that he will not be making a comeback at the age of 42.
'England need flair to win Ashes'
Ex-England captain Mike Brearley says England need the flair of their young batsmen to win an Ashes series.
Thomas could lead Sky - Brailsford
Team Sky principal Sir Dave Brailsford says Geraint Thomas has the potential to lead the team in a Grand Tour in future.
England fifth at World Championships
England defeat the Republic of Ireland 2-0 to secure a fifth-place finish at the Cerebral Palsy World Championships.
Wednesday's gossip column
Man Utd to increase bid for Ramos if Real Madrid do the same for De Gea, Crystal Palace after Cabaye, plus more.
Ricciardo Ferrari move 'unlikely'
Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo says it is unlikely he will move to Ferrari next year, but does not rule it out.
Oosterhuis in Alzheimer's fight
Former British Ryder Cup player Peter Oosterhuis says he has early onset Alzheimer's disease.
New Bay to miss Sandown showdown
French Derby winner New Bay will not now go up against Epsom Derby victor Golden Horn in Saturday's Coral-Eclipse Stakes.
Olympic boss wants GB football side
British Olympic chiefs will campaign to bring back a GB team after England's historic run to the Women's World Cup semi-finals.
Wire's Currie banned for two games
Warrington second-row Ben Currie misses two games after pleading guilty to deliberate contact with a referee.
Bath move to benefit Faletau - Jones
Taulupe Faletau's proposed move to Bath could help further develop his game, says former Wales captain Ryan Jones.
Bingham beaten in Australian Open
World champion Stuart Bingham suffers a shock 5-4 first-round loss to Fergal O'Brien on day one of the Australian Open.
GB stun Italy to win fencing gold
Britain's men beat Olympic champions Italy in the team foil, but Natalie Powell and Gemma Gibbons miss out on judo medals.
Broady doubts win will heal rift
Britain's Liam Broady does not expect his thrilling first-round victory at Wimbledon to heal a rift with his father.
Vanessa-Mae 'pleased to have won'
Vanessa-Mae says she is happy to have "had the guts to stand up" to the FIS after her four-year skiing ban was overturned.
Leicester sack manager Pearson
Leicester City sack boss Nigel Pearson, with the club saying that the "working relationship was no longer viable".
Celtic bid for Ciftci is rejected
Dundee United turn down an offer in the region of £900,000 from Celtic for striker Nadir Ciftci.
Cardiff hosts Champions League final
The Millennium Stadium in Cardiff will be the host venue for the 2017 Champions League final, Uefa confirms.
Crusaders 0-0 FC Levadia Tallinn
Crusaders have the better chances as their Champions League qualifier against Levadia Tallinn at Seaview ends goalless.