Video explainer: The Independent explains exactly what Hamilton needs to do on Sunday to be crowned champion
Tiger Woods endured one of the worst days of his distinguished career as he shot a 79 at the Farmers Insurance Open on Saturday to miss the third-round cut.
Garcia would have broken the rules had it been a spike mark but European Tour chief referee John Paramor was satisfied with his explanation
Golfer insists he has apologised over and over again after receiving abuse from small sections of the American crowd at the US Open last year
City slickers are in a formidable position - both on and off the pitch
City were due to play a friendly against Al Ain FC during a week's warm-weather training but will now face Rovers in a third round replay at the Etihad
As expected the challengers gave it a crack on championship Sunday but in the end a five-shot advantage was too big for Victor Dubuisson to blow. The Frenchman survived a thrilling push from Jamie Donaldson, whose 63 included a hole-in-one at the 16th, and a 65 from Justin Rose, to claim his maiden European Tour victory at the Turkish Airlines Open.
Sepp Blatter has admitted he is open to the possibility of staging the 2022 World Cup in more than one Gulf nation after revealing several countries had offered to co-host the tournament with Qatar.
The Britannia Cup was called off amid the calm conditions
Striker will remain with Spanish club having spent last season on loan from City
Case sparked widespread debate over whether the country’s elite could be held accountable for crimes they committed
On an exceptionally good day for Ukip, one of their most extraordinary results was in Essex, where they had no county council seats until today but now have nine. The Tories lost 19 seats. There was a local issue at work here, a leading Essex Tory tells me: the “Hanningfield factor”. Lord Hanningfield is well known in Essex as the former council leader jailed for fiddling his Lords expenses.
New York team would become club's 'nursery' though local objections must be overcome first
Stalled by downturns, delays and even the threat of a boycott by artists over the conditions of the building workers, Abu Dhabi’s masterplan to convert a vast sandy swathe of Saadiyat Island into a world-beating “cultural quarter” has sometimes looked like a desert mirage.
With the measles outbreak in Swansea now in its second month, Sarah Morrison reports on why the global drive to immunise all babies against preventable diseases has hit a plateau
The curator of the Abu Dhabi branch of the Louvre says no artistic subjects are off limits as the museum builds its collection for the planned 2015 opening.