• Khan donates £30,000 to rebuild school

    Amir Khan will donate a pair of boxing shorts worth 30,000 to help rebuild the Peshawar army school where 141 children and staff were killed by the Taliban recently.

  • Massaro crashes in Cairo

    England's world champion Laura Massaro was beaten in her title defence at the Women's World Squash Championship quarter-finals in Cairo by teammate Alison Waters on Thursday.

  • Tail wags to give Australia lead

    Mitchell Johnson scored a quickfire 88 on day three in Brisbane

    Australia put on 258 runs for their final four wickets to battle back into the second Test with India in Brisbane.

  • Cook fate in selectors' hands

    Alastair Cook: Wants to keep one-day job

    England selectors will meet on Friday to decide whether Alastair Cook leads the one-day side at next year's World Cup.

  • Jorgensen surprised in Dubai

    Kento Momota scored the biggest upset on day two at the Destination Dubai World Superseries finals with his victory over world number three Jan O Jorgensen.

  • Dynasty of Champions: Preview

    ONE FC: Dynasty of Champions will take place at The Gymnasium of National Olympic Sports Centre in Beijing on 19 December.

  • Tago focused on himself

    Japanese shuttler Kenichi Tago team results don't matter and only individual success really counts.

  • Amla hits double hundred

    Hashim Amla of South Africa on his way to his third-highest Test score.

    Hashim Amla scored 208 as South Africa piled on the runs on day two of the first Test in Centurion, declaring on 552-5.

  • Windies lose injured Fudadin

    Assad Fudadin: Out of West Indies tour of South Africa

    West Indies batsman Assad Fudadin has been ruled out of the remainder of the Test tour of South Africa.

  • Rudolph to captain Glamorgan

    Jacques Rudolph: Handed Glamorgan honour

    Jacques Rudolph will captain Glamorgan in all formats of the game after the South African was named as club captain.

  • Frampton defence announced

    Carl Frampton: Defends title in home city

    Carl Frampton will defend his world title against Chris Avalos in Belfast on February 28, it has been confirmed.

  • Khan: Floyd's frightened of me

    Amir Khan: Convincing win over Devon Alexander

    Amir Khan has taunted Floyd Mayweather, warning: fight me in May or lose your credibility.

  • Zimbabwe sack coach Mangongo

    Stephen Mangongo: Led Zimbabwe to just one victory, albeit against Australia

    Stephen Mangongo has been sacked as Zimbabwe head coach, just eight weeks before the start of the Cricket World Cup.

  • Olympian banned by French

    The 2008 Beijing Olympics wrestling gold medallist, Steeve Guenot, was banned for a year by the French anti-doping agency (AFLD) on Thursday for missing doping controls.

  • Pakistan v New Zealand preview

    Younis Khan: Century against New Zealand on Wednesday.

    Pakistan coach Waqar Younis will be looking for a pre-World Cup boost when his side take on New Zealand on Friday.

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