Crowe Receives Supporters’ Backing After Declaring Interest In Buying Leeds United Ostapchuk stripped of gold
Olympic shot put gold medal winner Nadzeya Ostapchuk has been stripped of her title Team GB's Olympic hero wants to keep collecting the medals
Britain's Olympic hero Mo Farah believes his coach will tell him to concentrate on track success instead of chasing marathon riches. Roll-Royce marks Olympic success with historic branding exercise
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars celebrated the Closing Ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games Spice Girls get everyone dancing at Olympics closing ceremony
The Spice Girls thrilled the crowd with the reunion performance at the Olympics closing ceremony Coe closes London Olympics saying the hosts did it right
Seb Coe hailed the London 2012 Olympics a big success and said thank you during the nation's final farewell to the Games. Heath & Schofield win kayak sprint bronze
Russia's Yury Postrigay and Alexander Dyachenko win gold in the men's kayak 200m double Rafael aiming to make history
Rafael da Silva is aiming to make history by clinching Brazil's first ever men's football gold medal at the Olympic Games. Russian Lysenko wins hammer after doping ban
Russia's Tatyana Lysenko, who watched the 2008 Olympics on TV while serving a two-year doping ban Maguire hat-trick as Blyth Spartans put six past Stafford
On a freezing January day there was an avalanche at Croft Park and it was Stafford Rangers who were caught cold as Blyth Spartans ran out 6-2 winners. Maguire relived to finally score a Spartans hat-trick
Hat-trick hero Dan Maguire described recording his first treble for Blyth Spartans as “a relief”. Wade delighted with his fast starting Spartans side
It is always good to get off to a quick start and Blyth Spartans certainly did that in the win over Stafford Rangers as four goals in 22 minutes laid the foundations for yet another Croft Park win. New signing Chris Palmer makes immediate impact with goal in debut for Mickleover Sports
Palmer made an immediate impact on his debut for Mickleover Sports as they returned from Bedworth with an encouraging Evo-Stik Division One South victory. Stafford Rangers thrashed at Blyth Spartans
GRAHAM Heathcote admitted Stafford Rangers' 6-2 thrashing at Blyth Spartans had taught him lessons. Post-match reaction to Saracens' 31-17 victory over Bath.
Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall hailed "exceptional" Chris Ashton as Bath were blown away 31-17 in their Aviva Premiership match at Allianz Park. Post-match reaction to Gloucester's 26-24 victory over Northampton.
Northampton boss Jim Mallinder struggled to mask a deep sense of frustration after his team suffered an agonising and controversial Aviva Premiership defeat against Gloucester. Post-match reaction to Exeter's 29-23 victory over London Irish.
London Irish director of rugby Brian Smith was "gutted" after his side threw away an 11-point lead to lose at home to Exeter. Festuccia signs for Wasps
Aviva Premiership club Wasps have announced the signing of Italy hooker Carlo Festuccia. Manu Tuilagi prepared to adapt
Manu Tuilagi has insisted that he would be prepared to play in any position for the British and Irish Lions this summer. Leicester Tigers add five more
Richard Cockerill has confirmed that the club have completed the signings of five new players. Newcastle Give Trial To Top French Youth International Striker
His name is Anthony Koura and he scored two goals in Newcastle Reserves 3-2 win against Scottish club Hamilton Academicals yesterday Optimism Is Sweeping Through Tottenham Hotspur
By jackhowes International Football Tournaments Are To Be Cherished
By jackhowes on May 25th, 2012 Defending champion Ian Poulter is determined to continue his remarkable match play record
At the Volvo World Match Play Championship.
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Blog Story Murray wins Olympic gold at Wimbledon
What a weekend for Britain. And, for that matter, for Andy Murray. Team GB going from strength to strength - Bellamy
The Welshman believes the business end of the London 2012 football tournament is coming at just the right time for Stuart Pearce's men, who face South Korea in the last eight Team GB Make Olympics Quarter-Finals
Team GB have securely qualified for the Olympics football quarter-finals after a 1-0 win over Uruguay on Wednesday night. Sebastian Vettel was again in a class of his own
As he completed a double hat-trick to further strengthen his grip on claiming a fourth successive Formula One world title. Jenson Button feels the strain
Jenson Button has conceded to enduring a "mentally very tough" first half of the Formula One season with McLaren. Hamilton aims to end winless run
Lewis Hamilton is wondering when his winless streak will finally come to an end as he believes he is right out of luck at present. Sebastian Vettel finally ended his July jinx
By claiming victory in the German Grand Prix as he staved off a grandstand finish from Kimi Raikkonen. Robson falls at first hurdle
Laura Robson suffered a first-round exit at the Toray Pan Pacific Open in Tokyo on Monday after going down to a straight sets loss to Ayumi Morita. GB draw USA in Davis Cup
Davis Cup captain Leon Smith cast his mind back to 1999 as he welcomed the draw which will see Great Britain travel to face the United States in January following their return to the World Group. No problems for Djokovic in opener
A review from day two of the men's singles at the US Open as Novak Djokovic cruised through to round two. Azarenka oozes class in New York
A review from day two of the women's singles at the US Open as Victoria Azarenka won without losing a game. Ramsey: We can go all the way
Aaron Ramsey insists Arsenal can prove their doubters wrong and last the distance in the Barclays Premier League title race. No pressure for Jol
Martin Jol will feel no pressure when he sends his Fulham side out against Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday despite being booed off the field last weekend. Hazard set to return
Eden Hazard will return to the Chelsea squad for Saturday's match with West Brom after accepting Jose Mourinho's decision to omit him from the midweek defeat of Schalke for disciplinary reasons. Points, not goals, key for Aguero
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero insists his goals are only as good as the points they help collect for the club. David Moyes: I was right all along about Wayne Rooney
Boss said in pre-season striker was on fire - and has been proved right Moyes insists Roy Hodgson is not racist
"The only thing that's disappointing is that everyone should be patting Roy on the back," says Manchester United boss Moyes. Chico Flores: SwanseaCity must prove their class against Sunderland.
Flores admits it is time for Swansea City to prove their class when they return to Premier League action against Sunderland this weekend. Morley talks up Wolves dominance
Adrian Morley admits his side's recent dominance over Huddersfield was a factor behind his club's decision to select them as their Super League play-off Smith absence may be costly
Warrington are facing the threat of sanctions from the Rugby Football League after their former England coach Tony Smith snubbed Sunday's ClubCall announcement. Wigan denied by late try
Substitute prop Joe Greenwood grabbed a try four minutes from the end of a pulsating derby to deny Wigan the chance to reclaim top spot in Super League. New Giants deal for Wardle
New Super League leaders Huddersfield have given centre Joe Wardle a new contract that will keep him at the John Smith's Stadium until the end of 2017. Rovers bring in Costigan
Hull KR have followed up the signing of St George Illawarra prop Michael Weyman with the capture of his former team-mate Neville Costigan.

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In a five-hole play-off to earn a place in next week's Open Championship. Phil Mickelson is targeting an Open Championship
To go with his Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open title Mickelson completes dramatic victory
Phil Mickelson went from agony to ecstasy to win the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open after a play-off with Branden Grace. Hansen recovers to challenge Stenson
Denmark's JB Hansen was battling Henrik Stenson for one of the most remarkable victories ever seen in the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open. Steady Stenson holding firm
Henrik Stenson remained two shots clear as Castle Stuart Golf Links bore its teeth in the final round of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open.
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