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Take your partner, family, golf clubs… or a good pair of walking boos
Vessel from Haiti was 'overloaded and unseaworthy' says US Coast Guard
Tendulkar may not bat in the second innings as India pile on the runs meaning he could well have played his final innings where he was out for 74
Paul Casey's chances of extending his proud run of playing in the last 12 Open Championships will be on a knife edge at Castle Stuart today. Just one 11th-hour ticket to play in the year's third major, which starts at Muirfield on Thursday, is available to the field at this weekend's Scottish Open.
Woodrow West and Ian Gaynair reveal they were offered a bribe before the 6-1 defeat in Portland on Tuesday
A geographical battle for the capital’s musical soul begins tomorrow when Hyde Park is relaunched as a gentrified, “green” concert location in a £3 million bid to lure festival-goers from an Olympic Park site described as a “concrete dustbowl”.
Unnamed player tugged at door for two minutes
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq admitted his side's batsmen were “totally lost” after mis-firing again on the way to a 67-run defeat by South Africa.
Almost a year after his son Tom was found dead on the tracks near Wimbledon Park Tube station, former England batsman and assistant coach Matthew Maynard has hit out at claims that the former Glamorgan and Surrey player was "a druggie".
Denesh Ramdin was at the centre of a spiky argument after West Indies’ victory over Pakistan as the captains of both teams offered strident views about whether the Windies wicketkeeper had acted in the spirit of the game.
Jairo Mora Sandoval, 26, died just weeks after posting a Facebook plea for police help with turtle-egg thieves
My Family star Kris Marshall is joining the cast of Caribbean crime drama Death In Paradise, taking over from Ben Miller.
AC Milan midfielder took a stand against abuse by leaving the pitch in January
Ellyse Perry inspired Australia to a convincing 114-run win in the Women's World Cup final in Mumbai today.
In the history of Australian batting collapses Wednesday's will go down as one of their worst – but they may not be shedding too many tears.