Chelsea's Zouma faces six months out
Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma faces six months out because he needs surgery on the knee injury he suffered on Sunday.
Klopp wants solution to ticket row
TV show review after Tweddle injury
Six Nations tight & tense - Guscott
Encouraging England, Scottish errors and an unexpected draw - Jeremy Guscott reviews the weekend's Six Nations action.
Celtic face Morton after cup re-draw
Celtic will host Greenock Morton in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals after a ball malfunction in the original draw.
Ex-jockey Egan banned for 12 years
Former jockey Darren Egan is banned from racing for 12 years after being found guilty of corruption charges.
Mercedes 'assuming Ferrari wins'
Mercedes are assuming they will get beaten by Ferrari to prepare for the new F1 season, engine boss Andy Cowell says.
Shelvey 'best-value buy in January'
Newcastle's £12m purchase of Swansea City midfielder Jonjo Shelvey was January's best-value signing, a study claims.
Derby sack Clement after eight months
Derby County sack head coach Paul Clement after just eight months in charge of the Championship club.
'Series win would mean everything'
Winning the one-day series in South Africa would be great for English cricket, says bowler Reece Topley.
London marathon pioneer Disley dies
Welshman John Disley, who won a bronze medal at the 1952 Olympics and co-founded the London Marathon, dies aged 87.
Kvesic & Beaumont in England squad
England add back rows Matt Kvesic and Josh Beaumont to their training squad for Sunday's Six Nations game against Italy.
Barcelona's Messi having kidney tests
Barcelona and Argentina forward Lionel Messi missed training on Monday to have tests on his kidneys.
'Good times ahead' for Scotland
Forwards coach Jonathan Humphreys urges patience with Scotland and predicts better times ahead in the Six Nations.
Cavendish wins opening Qatar stage
Britain's Mark Cavendish claims his first win of 2016 with victory on the opening stage of the Tour of Qatar.
Wales' Williams to face Chenwei
Wales' highest-ranked snooker player Mark Williams begins his bid to win a third Welsh Open against Lyu Chenwei.
Carty ruptures spleen on waterslide
Connacht fly-half Jack Carty is ruled out for up to three months after suffering a ruptured spleen while on holiday in Dubai.
I am staying at Real Madrid - Ronaldo
Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo says he will not leave the club before his contract expires in 2018.
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VIDEO: Scottish Cup draw halted after error
The Scottish Cup quarter-final is halted and restarted after one of the balls is opened prematurely.
VIDEO: Highlights: Broncos win Super Bowl
Watch highlights as the Denver Broncos produce a defensive masterclass to upset the Carolina Panthers and win Super Bowl 50.
VIDEO: Hiddink 'happy with Chelsea point'
Chelsea interim boss Guus Hiddink says he is "happy" after Diego Costa scored a late equaliser against Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.
VIDEO: Foxes play without pressure - Ranieri
Claudio Ranieri says he is "very pleased" with Leicester's 3-1 victory over title rivals Manchester City and puts their fantastic form down to playing without pressure.
VIDEO: Leicester 5,000-1? So are these...
A Leicester fan who backed his team at 5,000-1 is on course to pocket £25,000. BBC Sport looks at other things with the same odds...
VIDEO: Highlights: Ireland 16-16 Wales
Watch highlights as Ireland and Wales tie their opening game 16-16 in the 2016 Six Nations in Dublin.
VIDEO: Singing jockey celebrates with a song
Amateur jockey Ryan Winks reveals a hidden talent, taking the microphone from presenter Derek Thompson and singing Queen's 'We Are The Champions' to celebrate his Scottish Champion Chase win at Musselburgh.
VIDEO: Angry LVG turns tables on reporter
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal accuses a journalist of "inventing a story" when he is asked about his future after his team's draw at Chelsea.
VIDEO: Highlights: Scotland 9-15 England
Scotland are defeated 15-9 as England open Eddie Jones' era as head coach with victory at Murrayfield thanks to tries from George Kruis and Jack Nowell.
VIDEO: Ireland Women 21-3 Wales Women
Holders Ireland begin their Women's Six Nations campaign with a comfortable win over Wales at Donnybrook.
VIDEO: Half-time show wows BBC pundits
Beyonce and Coldplay wow BBC pundits during the Super Bowl 50 half-time show.
VIDEO: 'The Hateful Eight' exercises we dread
Eight exercises so simple you could probably do them while trapped in a cabin in a blizzard.
VIDEO: Cyclists floored by strong winds
British triathletes Alistair and Jonny Brownlee are among 153 cyclists stopped in their tracks by hurricane force winds, causing the abandonment of the Volta a La Marina race in Benidorm, Spain.
VIDEO: Klopp calls for ticket row 'solution'
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp calls for a "solution" on the row over Anfield ticket prices, and shares some candid information on his recent appendix operation.
VIDEO: Vonn wins downhill World Cup event
Four-time world champion Lindsey Vonn wins the women's downhill event in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany to extend her World Cup lead.
VIDEO: Reward fans for loyalty - Shearer
Match of the Day pundit Alan Shearer says fans should be "rewarded for their loyalty" and not asked to pay more for tickets.
'Mum thinks I'm crazy - but it's cool'
Paralympic hopeful Kadeena Cox on balancing two sports in the build-up to Rio this summer.
Why Arsenal should not fear defining month
If Arsenal are going to win the Premier League, they have to pull a big result out of the bag, says MOTD2 pundit and ex- Gunners defender Martin Keown.
England were abrasive - Tindall
New-look England were physical and abrasive in their win over Scotland, says former captain Mike Tindall.
Wales frustrated after bruising encounter
Frustration abounded after Ireland and Wales fought out a nerve-wracking 16-16 Six Nations draw, writes Richard Williams.
Garth Crooks' team of the week
Who was the fox that impressed most "chasing chickens"? And who is ready for an England call-up? Find out in team of the week.
Can Leicester handle title pressure?
Leicester have gone from rank outsiders to title favourites after beating Manchester City - can they cope with the expectation?
Don't Panic! Lawro v Dad's Army stars
BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on Dad's Army stars Blake Harrison and Daniel Mays.
What's on BBC Sport this week
This week's sport on the BBC, including action from the Six Nations, Premier League and the Super League.
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Rutherford sets British indoor record
Olympic champion Greg Rutherford sets a British indoor long jump record of 8.26m in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
British Lionhearts win in Morocco
British Lionhearts make it two wins from two in the World Series of Boxing with a 3-2 victory over Morocco Atlas Lions.
Five Women's World Cup venues named
Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Somerset, Gloucestershire and Lord's will host 31 matches from 26 June to 23 July in 2017.
Froome overhauls Kennaugh to win tour
Chris Froome wins the Herald Sun Tour in Australia after overhauling fellow Briton Peter Kennaugh on the final stage.
Storey & Cundy lead GB Worlds squad
Dame Sarah Storey and Jody Cundy lead Great Britain's squad for the UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships.
Rotherham sack manager Redfearn
Rotherham United sack manager Neil Redfearn after just 21 games in charge, with the team 22nd in the Championship.
Proposed engine rules concern Newey
Plans to scrap engine restrictions from 2017 will make Formula 1 less competitive, says Red Bull's Adrian Newey.
'Willett win bodes well for Britons'
Danny Willett's victory in Dubai is the latest indicator the future of English golf is bright, writes Iain Carter.
Ffos Las to compensate trainers
Ffos Las racecourse will be prepared to compensate some of those who were set to feature at the postponed Welsh Champion Hurdle
GB foil team secure Rio Olympic spot
Britain's foil team qualify for this year's Rio Olympic Games after finishing ninth at the Bonn World Cup.
Catalans lose Aiton for six weeks
Catalans Dragons will be without hooker Paul Aiton for up to six weeks after tearing a pectoral muscle on his debut.
Wales' Charteris targets four wins
Wales cannot afford any more slip-ups if they are to win this season's Six Nations, lock Luke Charteris says.
Gould wins his maiden ranking title
Londoner Martin Gould beats Belgium's Luca Brecel 9-5 to claim his first ranking title at the German Masters in Berlin.
Team GB 'could win 79 medals in Rio'
Team GB can win 79 medals at Rio 2016 and be the first nation to increase its medal count after being hosts, says UK Sport.
Victorious Broady moves into top 100
British number three Naomi Broady breaks into the world's top 100 after winning the Dow Corning Tennis Classic in Michigan.
GB's Christie wins World Cup gold
Elise Christie breaks South Korean dominance to win World Cup gold in the short track 1500m in Dresden.
Ojo humbled on 'emotional' Irish day
London Irish winger Topsy Ojo called his 250th appearance for the club against Worcester a "pretty emotional" day.
Scotland to face France in friendly
Scotland will travel to face Euro 2016 hosts France in a friendly in June, a week before the tournament.
Ex-manager Rodgers held Swansea talks
Brendan Rodgers says he held talks with Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins about returning to the club as Garry Monk's successor.
Ireland's Earls doubtful for France
Winger Keith Earls could miss Ireland's Six Nations match against France after suffering a suspected concussion.