Giannis Antetokounmpo says the biggest challenge in the championship quest for the Milwaukee Bucks, who clinched a top seed in the NBA playoffs on Thursday, isn't a rival, but the Bucks themselves. The 25-year-old Greek forward scored 33 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for MilwaukRead More »
Sevilla and Real Betis is the game in Spain most defined by its fans and on Thursday it will be a first glimpse of La Liga without them as the season resumes behind closed doors after three months away due to the coronavirus. Fireworks, banners, plumes of smoke and crowds, deliri
The World Anti-Doping Agency demanded answers Friday after reports that Chinese swimming star Sun Yang was called up for national training for the Tokyo Olympics in an apparent breach of his doping ban. The latest incident in the colourful career of the three-time Olympic champio
The ATP and WTA announced measures aimed at combatting the spread of deadly coronavirus on Saturday, days before the start of the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells, California. "As the outbreak of COVID-19 continues to cause concern on a global scale, the ATP and WTA have jointly
Mark Blundell Motorsport Honda driver Jake Hill set a stunning lap to top free practice for the second round of the British Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch
Mohammad Abbas removed Rory Burns after Yasir Shah added valuable late-order runs for Pakistan on the fourth day of the first Test against England at Old Trafford on Saturday. England were 55-1 at lunch, still needing a further 222 runs to reach a challenging victory target of 277. Dom Sibley was 26 not out and Joe Root, the England captain, 18 not out.
Racing Point posted a £116million loss in its first year of operation following its emergence from the ashes of Force India, but the true operating loss was around £25m
Jake Gordon bagged a hat-trick as a Michael Hooper-led NSW Waratahs smashed the shellshocked Queensland Reds 45-12 Saturday to reignite their Super Rugby AU season. Wallabies skipper Hooper stood down as the 'Tahs captain for 2020, but with his replacement Rob Simmons out injured he was back in charge and marshalled the team to their best showing this year. Three went to scrum-half Gordon, with Jack Maddocks and Alex Newsome also crossing before Tom Horton added another in a wet second stanza.
The performance of Gabriel Jesus in Manchester City's 2-1 Champions League victory over 13-times winners Real Madrid has given manager Pep Guardiola great heart as he seeks to end the club's quest for the coveted crown. The 23-year-old Brazilian made light of the absence of talismanic striker Sergio Aguero and followed up his impressive display in the last 16 first leg win by the same scoreline in Madrid with a match-winning contribution at the Etihad on Friday night. Guardiola's side face Lyon next Saturday in Lisbon in a one-off quarter-final after the French side eliminated Juventus.
Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time ahead of Valtteri Bottas in final practice for Formula 1's 70th Anniversary Grand Prix, as the fragile nature of the soft tyres dominated proceedings
Mahindra Racing driver Jerome D'Ambrosio topped the combined Formula E free practice times with a late flying lap on the Tempelhof Airport circuit to depose Maximilian Guenther
Ferrari has changed the engine on both of its cars heading into final Formula 1 practice for the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix following Sebastian Vettel's failure on Friday
Five Formula 1 teams have filed their intent to appeal the Racing Point brake duct case - with the Silverstone outfit itself facing up against a group of four rivals
Christian Horner expects all 10 Formula 1 teams to sign the new Concorde Agreement despite resistance from Mercedes, anticipating it will be "concluded in the coming days"
McLaren technical director James Key thinks there is enough freedom in the rules for a shuffle in Formula 1's pecking order behind Mercedes to be "up for grabs" in 2021
Logan Sargeant dominated the first FIA Formula 3 race of the second weekend at Silverstone to earn his maiden F3 victory and the championship lead
Franco Morbidelli topped a frantic MotoGP FP3 ahead of the Czech Grand Prix, with Alex Rins, Andrea Dovizioso and Jack Miller propping up a volatile Q1 group for qualifying
Pirelli Formula 1 boss Mario Isola admits he is worried that teams will take risks with stint lengths in the 70th Anniversary GP - but hopes they will be "responsible"
Just over 70 years ago, 100,000 fans poured into Silverstone, a decommissioned Second World War airfield, to witness the first race of a new-look Formula One world championship. With international sport still in the grip of the coronavirus, most events are taking place behind closed doors and F1 is no different. McLaren has invited 500 fans to sit in a "virtual stand" where they can talk to drivers Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz just before Sunday's race.
Thiago Silva's eight years as a Paris Saint-Germain player are about to come to an end and the Brazilian centre-back has one piece of unfinished business to contend with as the Qatar-owned club head to Lisbon targeting Champions League glory. A humiliating collapse against Manchester United last season meant a third consecutive last-16 exit, but this time they are through to a first quarter-final since 2016 and face Atalanta in Lisbon on Wednesday. PSG secured qualification just before football ground to a halt in mid-March, as they overturned a 2-1 first-leg deficit by beating Borussia Dortmund 2-0.
Aleix Espargaro says the Brno track surface is a "disaster" and not at "MotoGP level", admitting his feeling on the bike in places was like riding in the wet
Sydney made a pitch Saturday to host the money-spinning Boxing Day Test against India as its traditional home Melbourne battles a surge in coronavirus cases. The fate of the marquee fixture is uncertain with no live sport currently in Melbourne as it struggles with hundreds of new daily infections, in contrast to Sydney which continues to see only a handful of cases. Reports have suggested Adelaide is the frontrunner to host the December 26-30 clash if Melbourne is not able to, but Sydney Cricket Ground Trust chairman Tony Shepherd said they too were keen.
Toto Wolff says the majority of Formula 1 teams think the Concorde Agreement needs some "cleaning up", but have been "up the arse" of Liberty when talking publicly about negotiations
China No. 1 Li Haotong outshone the big guns on Friday to lead at the halfway stage of the PGA Championship, but two-time defending champ Brooks Koepka appears poised to strike. Li, who is trying to become the first player from China to win a men's major championship, fired a bogey-free 65 to take a two-shot lead in the first major championship of the pandemic-interrupted season. Li is at eight-under 132 heading into the weekend making him the first player from China to lead in a major.
Lydia Ko produced a barnstorming finish to snatch a one-shot lead with a six under-par second round at the LPGA Marathon Classic on Friday. The former world number one from New Zealand bagged back-to-back birdies on the 17th and 18th holes to leapfrog England's Jodi Ewart Shadoff for sole possession of the lead at Highland Meadows in Sylvania, Ohio. Ko believes that being able to pick up strokes on the 17th and 18th holes at Highland Meadows -- both par-fives -- could be crucial over the weekend.