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Sneakerheads rejoice - Adidas Originals’ much-loved Stan Smith trainers have been reissued, says Rebecca Gonsalves

Craig Johnston

Sporting Heroes: Practice made perfect sense for Craig Johnston

When managing Middlesbrough in 1975, Jack Charlton proclaimed one of the club’s youngsters “the worst player he’d ever seen”. That player was a 15-year-old Australian called Craig Johnston.

Tennis star Andy Murray wins SPOTY, Adidas tweet: 'Not bad for a man with no personality'

Adidas has taken a shot at Andy Murray’s critics, tweeting a picture of the sportsman with the caption: “Not bad for a man with no personality.”

Blue day: Sports Direct has been told that the Chelsea kit can only be sold in Adidas stores and club shops

How Mike Ashley finally met his match with Adidas

With the German brand withholding Chelsea kits from Sports Direct, the two big beasts are battling to be football's super-power

Adidas and Sports Direct battle for Chelsea kit

Adidas has caused a major rift with the UK’s biggest sportswear retailer Sports Direct after banning Mike Ashley’s company from selling the club’s replica football kit next season.

Lionel Messi with the Brazuca, which has been tried by 600 players in 10 countries

Brazuca: Lionel Messi helps Adidas unveil the official ball for World Cup 2014

Adidas consults with top players over 2014 football to avoid repeat of South Africa issues

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Literary prescriptions for modern ailments

The hybrid boots

Boot manufacturers ready to consider ‘danger’ studs rules

Two major boot manufacturers have indicated that they are willing to consider introducing new regulations on “hybrid” studs after the Professional Footballers Association raised concerns over their safety in The Independent.

Craig Johnston was part of Liverpool's 1986 double-winning squad

Blades of gory: The story of 'lethal' hybrid boots that caused injury to Wayne Rooney

The former Liverpool player Craig Johnston invented concept but says evolving footwear could now end a career

Lionel Messi's toughest game – with the Spanish taxman

Barcelona star in court over claims he defrauded authorities of millions of euros

Usain Bolt pats Asafa Powell on the head after edging him out in the 100m in Oslo

Sebastian Coe says athletics cannot afford to lose fight against doping

Tyson Gay and Asafa Powell have tested positive

Tyson Gay has tested positive for a banned substance

Tyson Gay dropped by sponsor Adidas after failed drugs test

World of athletics continues to tremor as the fallout from failed tests continues

Bernard Tapie and former French president Nicolas Sarkozy

French business tycoon Bernard Tapie arrested for questioning over alleged conspiracy with former President Nicolas Sarkozy to 'defraud' the state

The French business tycoon, Bernard Tapie, 70, has been arrested for questioning about an alleged conspiracy with former President Nicolas Sarkozy to “defraud” the French state.

Justin Rose has joined the same management company that represents Tiger Woods

US Open champion Justin Rose signs for the same management company as Tiger Woods

Justin Rose followed his brilliant US Open victory by joining the same management company last night that represents Tiger Woods. Rose parted company with British based 4Sports & Entertainment AG to join the growing golf empire run by Mark Steinberg on behalf of Excel Sports.

Lionel Messi investigated over £3.4m 'tax fraud' in Spain

The Argentina international is among the best paid athletes in the world

IMF managing director Christine Lagarde evades fraud accusation

The IMF chief Christine Lagarde escaped a formal accusation of fraud after two days of interrogation by a special court in France.

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Women's World Cup 2015: How England's semi-final success could do wonders for both sexes

There is more than a shiny trophy to be won by England’s World Cup women

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