Lance Armstrong, a story of doping and deception

October 24, 2012

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The moment Jeter fell

October 15, 2012

By Mike Segar

Firstly, let me say I am most definitely NOT a New York Yankees fan. I grew up in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and have been a devoted Boston Red Sox fan my entire life. The Yankees are our sworn enemies as Red Sox fans and that never changes.

Greg Rusedski blog: Djokovic enjoys big psychological boost in Shanghai

October 15, 2012

This week in Shanghai was once again all about the top 3 players in the world. Roger Federer keeps on setting new records; by making the semi-finals this past week he guaranteed he would stay at world number 1 for at least another week. Roger’s record of 300 weeks as world number 1 will never be broken.

United’s problems will not go away

October 1, 2012

Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson rued what he called an unfortunate 3-2 defeat by Tottenham, United’s first to the North London side at Old Trafford since 1989, but the truth is that you can only ride your luck for so long.

Ryder Cup liveblog

September 27, 2012

Our live blog will bring you all the latest news, photos and video from golf’s Ryder Cup in Medinah, Illinois as United States battle holders Europe.

Exciting Europa League deserves some respect

September 21, 2012

If the rip-roaring action from Matchday One in the Europa League is anything to go by,  proposals to scrap the continent’s second-tier competition in order to expand the money-spinning Champions League to 64 teams would be an ill-judged decision.

A star is born at the U.S. Open

September 11, 2012

By Greg Rusedski

This year’s U.S. Open was about two former champions retiring, an up and coming new star in the women’s game and two great champions.

London Olympics 2012 live blog

July 26, 2012

Click on the link below to find all the latest news, photos and gossip from the London Olympics 2012

Roger Federer bids for Olympic glory to complete the set

July 26, 2012

By Anupam Pratihary

Tragedy may not have been a constant companion as it was in Vincent van Gogh’s life, but Roger Federer’s game has the genius of the maestro’s work. If the Dutch artist’s canvases had yellow as its dominant colour, reminiscent of the sun, the Swiss player’s strokes pack all the sun’s brilliance.

Milan’s future could lie with Inzaghi clones

July 26, 2012

By Phil O’Connor

Defenders in Italy breathed a sigh of relief this week as Filippo Inzaghi hung up his boots. The bad news for them is that his new challenge is to produce the next generation of Italian goal-hanging greats as AC Milan’s youth team coach.