Sport Usain Bolt plays up to the Glasgow crowd after his gold medal in the relay
Thrilling competition, huge crowds and millions watching at home prove relevance of Commonwealths... and leave a smile over host city
Sport
Novak Djokovic on his way to victory against Kevin Anderson after their fourth round match resumed
WimbledonREPORTDefending champion comes from two sets down to reach quarters
Sport
Murray in action in his fourth round tie on Centre Court
REPORT Briton books quarter-final place at SW19
Sport
ANALYSISPaul Newman focuses on Murray and his next opponent
Sport
Maria Sharapova celebrates taking the Wimbledon title as a 17-year-old in 2004
EXCLUSIVE COLUMNShe has the game to slam dunk CoCo Vandeweghe
Sport
footballReal Madrid forward found a phone in Las Vegas, then did something mad
Sport
Micronesia lose 46-0 to end three game campaign
Sport
Jos Buttler takes part in a fielding drill in Cardiff on Monday
ashes'Beefy told us we have to enjoy the cricket and embrace the series,' reveals batsman
Sport
England’s Ben Stokes will be up for sledging, but will also need to contain Australia’s batting
COMMENT The Ashes: England's Ben Stokes appears to enjoy the altercations and it seems to bring the best out of him, says Nick Knight
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US boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr., celebrates after defeating Manny Pacquiao of the Philippines in their welterweight unification boxing bout at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada
BoxingFloyd Mayweather is no longer the WBO welterweight champion
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Tour de franceVIDEOSeveral riders injured on stage three but the Tour later continued
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Chris Froome
REPORT Several riders injured but race later continues with the Team Sky rider on the attack
Sport
Novak Djokovic celebrates levelling the score against Kevin Anderson. The match was suspended due to poor light, and will resume on Tuesday.
more WimbledonREPORT World No 1's clash with Kevin Anderson halted by bad light tied at two sets each
Sport
Roger Federer was in complete control throughout his three-set victory over Bautista Agut
REPORT Seven-time champion will face Gilles Simon after straightforward 6-2, 6-2, 6-3 win
Sport
People have been smearing chocolate spread and Vegemite on their face to show their support for Wimbledon star
Sport
Maria Sharapova during her fourth round win
REPORTThe Russian beat unseeded Zarina Diyas
Sport
Michael Vaughan introduced playing ball games as a pre-match warm-up
golfCOMMENT Kevin Garside: The reigning champion ruptured ankle ligaments 12 days before the Open Championship
Sport
Rory McIlory's Instagram post
GALLERYNorthern Irishman won't be the first sportsman to miss some action for unlikely reasons
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England players, including Mike Brown, far right, show off the new World Cup kit
rugby unionThe England full-back was knocked out in a clash of heads with Italy’s Andrea Masi during the Six Nations
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motor racingDrivers escape injury but one fan is sent to hospital after being hit by debris
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Tyson Fury serenades the crowd after his victory
boxingThe undefeated British boxer will fight the Ukrainian in Dusseldorf in October
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