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Latvia's Ineta Radevica has become the fourth competitor in the 2012 London Olympics women's long-jump final to be disqualified for doping after the International

England flanker James Haskell is to retire at the end of the season after struggling to overcome a succession of injuries during his year at Premiership club

Britain's Mo Farah insisted his highly public dispute with distance great Haile Gebrselassie played no part in his disappointing fifth-placed finish in the London Marathon

Liverpool and Manchester City's  titanic battle for the Premier League continued as both came through unscathed on a Sunday that

Former Olympic champion James Cracknell became the oldest Boat Race winner as Cambridge defeated Oxford by one length on Sunday.

Tottenham throw open the doors of their new 62,000-capacity stadium on Wednesday, hoping it will give them the financial firepower to compete with the Premier League and European elite.

England's 5-1 victory over Montenegro will likely be remembered for the racist abuse aimed at their players but it was another indicator of why Gareth Southgate's side

 

Mauricio Pochettino said everyone connected with Tottenham Hotspur "needed to cry" after the club's new stadium finally staged its first football match.

Liverpool  stayed just one point behind Manchester City at the top of the Premier League as Arsenal ended Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's

Anthony Knockaert’s superb strike fired Brighton to a vital 2-1 win over arch rivals Crystal Palace as the Seagulls climbed away from the Premier League relegation zone