Garth April's inclusion in the Springbok squad came as a shock to many fans but Bok coach Allister Coetzee believes he made the right choice.
Northampton Saints centre Luther Burrell has been called up to the England squad to tour Australia.
Vincenzo Nibali wrapped up the 2016 Giro d'Italia in a sodden Turin on Sunday.
British Paralympian David Weir became the first wheelchair racer to complete a mile in under three minutes.
Crusaders full-back Israel Dagg knows he must continue to work on his game if he wants to win his 50th Test cap for the All Blacks.
Jaguares prop Ramiro Herrera has been banned for two weeks for foul play during his side's clash with the Kings in Port Elizabeth.
Britain’s Graham Hill and the Indianapolis 500 feature in our sporting events that made history on May 30.
Australia's women made history in France on Sunday as they became the first Australian team to claim a World Rugby Sevens Series title.
Wales have announced that they have called Ellis Jenkins into their squad to tour New Zealand after an injury hit Dan Lydiate on Sunday.
Dan Lydiate's tour to New Zealand appears to be over before even getting on the plane after going off in the first half against England.
Eddie Jones said that England fly-half George Ford played "extremely well" despite missing six of his seven kicks in the victory over Wales.
England saw off Wales at Twickenham by scoring five tries in a 27-13 win on Sunday ahead of both sides' respective tours to Australia and New Zealand.
New Zealand coach Steve Hansen believes that the All Blacks are set to re-establish their dominance on the world stage.
England head coach Eddie Jones has taken a swipe at the post 2003 era in the country, saying the team took "short cuts" and "had it too easy".
A sharp right hand to the temple sent Batolbatol reeling to the cage.
Elliot Dixon praised the Highlanders for giving him the skills required to take his game to the next level after he was named in the All Blacks squad.
The Rebels ended a three-game losing streak in Super Rugby on Sunday as they defeated the Force 27-22 in an Australian derby at AAMI Park.
Wallabies and Brumbies star David Pocock has signed a three-year deal with Top League team, Panasonic Wild Knights, from December 2016.
Uncapped players Damian McKenzie and Ardie Savea have been named in a 32-man New Zealand squad to face Wales.
Force fly-half Jono Lance believes that his team needs to embrace the atmosphere and play with freedom when they clash with the Rebels.
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