Kevin Garside

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Rory McIlroy: Legal troubles something I wouldn’t want anyone to endure

'It’s a very, sort of tedious and nasty process. I’m heading to the States not having to think about it'

Tiger Woods explains how he lost a tooth whilst watching Lindsey Vonn and why 'the flight home was a joke'

Woods will play at the Waste Management Phoenix Open

Carl Frampton celebrates after beating Kiko Martinez to win the IBF super-bantamweight title

ITV backs Carl Frampton to revive the glory days

Belfast fighter’s world-title defence sees boxing back on terrestrial TV

Bouchard waves to the crowd following her victory over Caroline Garcia

Kevin Garside: As a young woman, Eugenie Bouchard has to walk ethical tightrope every day

While Stone Age attitudes towards women persist we're all doomed

Cambridge United 0 Manchester United 0: Louis van Gaal blames the players, not the tactics

“It’s not the tactics. I’m sorry. It’s about the way the players play the system,” Van Gaal said.

Cambridge United’s former Manchester United player, Luke Chadwick, posing with the FA Cup

'The love of it kept us going in the dark days,' say fans who saved Cambridge United

Back in 2012 the club out of the League and at risk of going out of business, only for a group of long-standing fans to turn things around. Kevin Garside meets the people who get paid back with the visit of Manchester United in the FA Cup

Deontay Wilder (L) connects on WBC heavyweight champion Bermane Stiverne

Deontay Wilder interest excites Tyson Fury – but Christian Hammer comes first

Deontay Wilder became WBC champion last Saturday after beating Bermane Stiverne

Martin Kaymer said that he was ‘surprised and a little shocked’

Martin Kaymer throws away 10-shot lead to let in unknown Stal

Kaymer didn’t even finish second. His 75, by eight shots his worst round of the week, was sufficient only for third

Deontay Wilder makes his entrance

Deontay Wilder: The American's world title puts heavyweights back in the spotlight – at last

Deontay Wilder became the first American to win a piece of the heavyweight title in nearly a decade on Saturday night, staggering Bermane Stiverne early on his way to a 12-round unanimous decision that kept him unbeaten in 33 fights

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