Sport Tiger Woods looks on from the first hole during the second round at Torrey Pines

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.

South Africa's Shaun Pollock used to catch his fingers on the stumps

Angus Fraser: Is Finn's bails kick a distraction? Do me a favour

Batsmen look for ways to put a bowler off. Was this a tactic by wise old Smith?

Helen Clitheroe failed to impress in Helsinki yesterday

Meadows must rely on mercy of selectors

800m runner has 'no more tears to give' but still holds out hope for Olympics

Jussi Jaaskelainen's Bolton contract had run down

Jaaskelainen joins West Ham

Jussi Jaaskelainen has agreed to move to Premier League newcomers West Ham United from Bolton Wanderers.

Tessa Sanderson (right) celebrates with her rival Fatima Whitbread

Tessa Sanderson: 'It was an anxious throw, I knew I'd given it everything'

I had struggled at the 1980 Olympics in Moscow. A year later I was hit with an injury and I was out for two years. By Los Angeles I was probably only 90 per cent fit.I needed to make my first throw big. I wanted to go for a killer one. First round, first throw. Over.

Finnish line: Stay at the Klaus K hotel on a visit to Helsinki

Summer 2012: Short and sweet

Go on a tasty trip to Cadbury World in Birmingham, which has joined up with the Ramada Encore to provide overnight breaks for a family of four for £99. The deal includes B&B and tickets for two adults and two kids for the attraction, which tells Cadbury's delicious story.

Police arrest Finland gunman who killed two

An 18-year-old gunman killed two people and wounded seven others in what appeared to be a random shooting in a southern Finnish town, police said today.

Society: The only way is Finland

Our politicians seem to be obsessed with the place, but what makes it so great? Equality, education – and Angry Birds

Roy Hodgson addresses the media after being announced as the new England manager

Manager proves the toast of a proud FA, but just don't mention Harry

Board puts forward strong case for its new man but maintains its silence over spurned Spurs contender, reports Jack Pitt-Brooke

Angry Birds Land comes home to roost in Finland

Finland’s Särkänniemi Adventure Park has opened its doors for the summer season with a brand new addition, the world’s first Angry Birds themed attraction.

The newly appointed England manager, Roy Hodgson (right), shakes hands with the FA chairman, David Bernstein

Roy Hodgson is the toast of a proud FA, just don't mention Harry Redknapp

Board puts strong case for its new man but maintains silence over spurned Spurs contender

Since his 2009 defeat of Andre Dirrell, Froch has fought in Denmark, Finland and the United States

Boxing: Hometown title fight for Froch

Carl Froch is to fight in his home town of Nottingham for the first time in three years to challenge for the IBF super-middleweight title. The 34-year-old will take on the unbeaten Lucian Bute at the Capital FM Arena on 26 May.

Members of the English Defence League (EDL) protest

Fears grow over new Euro fascist movement

Opponents warn of more violent attacks as far-right plans summit to discuss unity. Paul Cahalam and Kevin Rawlinson investigate

Dereck Chisora fights this weekend

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Dereck Chisora lit the touchpaper ahead of tomorrow's WBC heavyweight title challenge by slapping champion Vitali Klitschko at today's weigh-in in Munich.

The FSA identified six key factors in the failure of RBS, most significantly its weak capital position and over-reliance on risky short-term funding in wholesale markets

RBS axes 3,500 jobs at investment arm

Around 3,500 jobs will be cut at Royal Bank of Scotland over the next three years under plans to shrink its investment banking arm, the taxpayer-backed lender said today.

British-registered ship caught taking arms to China

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