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

Sergio Garcia (left) offended Tiger Woods with his comments

After racist remark, Sergio Garcia fights for reputation as Tiger Woods slams 'hurtful' fried chicken joke

Sponsors join condemnation of Spaniard, who issues full apology to Tiger after 'totally stupid' racist remark

Laura Robson had won just two matches in six tournaments before beating Rybarikova

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Drama tends to follow Laura Robson wherever she plays and the 19-year-old Briton's latest tournament ended in typical fashion in Madrid. Robson, who was attempting to win a place in the quarter-finals of a WTA Premier event for the first time, led Ana Ivanovic 5-2 in the final set but went on to lose 5-7, 6-2, 7-6.

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The Fashion Audit: Starters' orders / Beaded beauties / Cabbage couture

We can't wait for... Starters' orders

Munster celebrate during their victory over Quins

Harlequins to investigate ticket sales after Munster supporters 'exceed' allocation

It is claimed 'many' Quins supporters sold on their tickets for the Heineken Cup quarter-final

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Yohji Yamamoto: 'My desire was to make sportswear chic'

Yohji Yamamoto pioneered designer and sports-label collaborations. As his Y-3 line for Adidas notches up a decade, he talks to Rebecca Gonsalves

Win a luxury Durham break and £500 to spend on outdoor gear

Don’t miss your chance to experience Durham’s great outdoors in style, with an incredible luxury break at one of the county’s most idyllic hotels, plus £500 to get you kitted-out in the latest outdoor gear at the biggest outlet shopping centre in the North East.

Christine Lagarde is being investigated for alleged abuse of public office and “embezzlement” when she was French Finance Minister

IMF chief, Christine Lagarde, is investigated over compensation paid to tycoon

French anti-fraud police have raided the home of a former close associate of the International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde as part of an investigation into alleged abuse of public office and “embezzlement” when she was French Finance Minister in 2008.

On the colour run: Fun footwear to brighten up those dark morning jogs

(Clockwise from top left) New Balance Minimus Zero Trail shoes, £75, newbalance.co.uk

Mark Cavendish, kept in the shadows behind Team Wiggins at Sky last year, has switched to the Belgian Omega Pharma-QuickStep team

Me no lycra? Teams unveil the latest questionable cycle gear

Professional sport is responsible for some of greatest fashion crimes of our times, but few can have a rap sheet as long as cycling's. Where there has been Lycra, there have been grave offences all too readily embraced by road-going amateurs. The pros at least can't choose what they wear and this year's new kits bring mixed fortunes to Britain's gold-plated riders.

<p>1. Zeal Ion HD</p>
<p>£318, theopticshop.co.uk</p>
<p>These goggles feature a high-definition camera. The 170-degree wide-angle lens and in-goggle viewfinder allow you to film and star in your own sports films.</p>

The 10 Best ski goggles

Downhill racer or rank amateur, the right eyewear makes all the difference on the mountain

<p>1. Adidas Copa Mundial</p>
<p>£74.99, sportsdirect.com</p>
<p>Most of Adidas's new boots are more colourful than a Rio parade. For connoisseurs, the Copa Mundial design, which first came out in 1979, is an enduring choice.</p>

The 10 Best men's football boots

Stroke the ball like Xavi or thump it like the Kaiser with this wide selection of boots for all levels of player

The 10 Best cycling gear

Whether you want to look like Wiggo or Trott, or just need a new pair of shorts to get sweaty in, we have the kit for you

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