Republic captain Coleman suffers horrific broken leg
Republic of Ireland skipper Seamus Coleman suffers a broken leg in his side's goalless draw with Wales at the Aviva Stadium.
Republic held to goalless draw by 10-man Wales
Neil Taylor is sent off as 10-man Wales hold Republic of Ireland to a goalless draw, with the hosts losing Seamus Coleman to a broken leg.
British sport must improve athlete care - Grey-Thompson
British Olympic and Paralympic sport must improve its record on athlete welfare, says Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson.
Hamilton 'surprised' by Mercedes speed after dominating practice
Lewis Hamilton says he is surprised how good his Mercedes felt during Friday practice at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Watch: Jockey banned after winning post blunder
An amateur jockey who slowed down and lost his lead in the final stages of a race is banned for 28 days.
Six Nations: Plans to reduce tournament to six weeks
The Six Nations will be played over six weeks, reduced from seven, under plans by the Rugby Football Union.
England's Hatton out of Match Play after rules breach
England's Tyrrell Hatton is knocked out of the World Golf Championship Match Play after incurring a two-stroke penalty in his three-man play-off.
Volta a Catalunya: Alejandro Valverde beats Chris Froome in stage five climb
Spain's Alejandro Valverde wins a thrilling fifth stage ahead of Chris Froome to take the lead at the Volta a Catalunya.
I need a career-best display to beat Linares - Crolla
As Anthony Crolla prepares to meet Jorge Linares, BBC Sport looks at his challenge, training and even the gloves in use.
Flares force game to be suspended as Italy win in Buffon's 1000th match
Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon makes the 1,000th appearance of his professional career in a game marred by flares being thrown onto the pitch.
Boro defender Gibson gets first England call-up
Middlesbrough defender Ben Gibson is called up to the England squad for the first time after an injury to Manchester United's Chris Smalling.
BBL: Plymouth Raiders easily beat Bristol Flyers - five best shots
Watch five of the best shots as Plymouth Raiders comfortably beat Bristol Flyers 85-62 in the British Basketball League.
'It felt like I was playing with somebody else's arm' - Hendry rues missed chance
Peter Lines wins the World Seniors Championship with a 4-0 final win over John Parrott after beating Stephen Hendry in the semi.
'I think I am successful because I wasn't pressured by my parents like others'
Olympic champion Adam Peaty puts party time in the past as he reflects on a career that nearly did not get started.
Saints win to extend Wire's losing streak
Matty Smith's first St Helens game since the 2010 Grand Final inspires a thumping win over winless Warrington.
Alastair Cook: Former England captain available for start of Essex season
Former England Test captain Alastair Cook is available for Essex's three opening County Championship games of the season.
British Open squash: Laura Massaro, Sarah-Jane Perry & Nick Matthew reach semis
England's Laura Massaro, Sarah-Jane Perry and Nick Matthew are through to the last four of the British Open in Hull.
British & Irish Lions: Jamie Heaslip & Rob Kearney suffer injury setbacks
Rob Kearney and Jamie Heaslip's chances of being in the British and Irish Lions squad are placed in doubt as both have minor surgery.
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James Ridley: Lookslikerainted jockey loses race after finish line blunder
Amateur jockey James Ridley, riding Lookslikerainted, slows down and loses his lead in the final stages of the Hunters' Chase at Newbury after mistakenly thinking he had already crossed the finish line, allowing two horses to pass.
How cricket is helping to heal Rwanda
Audifax Byiringiro, a Rwandan cricketer, tells his harrowing story of escaping the 1994 genocide and how cricket has helped play a part in the healing process.
State of Sport: The incredible story of Claressa Shields
Double Olympic champion Claressa Shields tells her incredible life story and how her troubled upbringing made her into a world class boxer.
Romelu Lukaku could be best number nine in the world - Roberto Martinez
Former Everton manager and current Belgium boss Roberto Martinez believes striker Romelu Lukaku has the potential to become "the best number nine in world football".
State of Sport: Danny Roberts - UFC star's inspirational story
Danny Roberts tells the BBC how he has turned his life around, going from a difficult childhood filled with violence to being a top star in UFC.
England v Lithuania: Eric Dier reveals his ambitions to be captain
Tottenham and England defender Eric Dier says he would like to succeed Wayne Rooney as captain of the national side.
Bradley and Defoe: The friendship that's captured hearts
Bradley Lowery's mum Gemma tells BBC radio 5 live her son was "buzzing" to hear the news he will be a mascot alongside Jermain Defoe.
The Premier League show: Juan Mata interview
Gary Lineker meets Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata for The Premier League Show.
The BBC's State of Sport week
As part of our State of Sport week, the BBC is looking at some of the biggest topics affecting the world of sport today.
'I was terrified of men, now I fear no-one' - from poverty & abuse to boxing greatness
From a childhood of hunger and abuse to double Olympic champion, Claressa Shields has been fighting all her life.
Ice skater Penny Coomes aims for Winter Olympics after injury
GB figure skater beats career-threatening knee injury to target 2018 Winter Olympics
Road to Russia: Revivals and records in 2018 World Cup qualifying
BBC Sport takes a look at some of the stories from around the globe as World Cup qualifying for the 2018 finals in Russia continues.
How Syria won their 'most important match'
Syria faced Uzbekistan in qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, and BBC Sport's Richard Conway was there.
The tears behind Gallagher's fight factory
Meticulous methods, 16-hour days and a finished marriage - this is the story of the trainer behind Anthony Crolla's bid to regain his world title.
Sport on the BBC: The best of this week's action
This week's sport on the BBC includes international football, BBL Championship basketball and the return of Formula 1.