London's Olympics have been a knockout, but there's no doubt who will be Britain's biggest hit of the Games. If Anthony Joshua, one of the two British boxers in this afternoon's finals, wins the super-heavyweight title, he will be within striking distance of a gold mine.
Team GB's Perri Shakes-Drayton has promised to "run her heart out" when she competes in the 400m hurdles on Sunday.
The Olympic Torch reached new heights this morning as it was held aloft on the London Eye.
From Vietnam and Hollywood to Upton Park, MC gets ready to rumble
Haye made much of what he was going to do to Klitschko but he couldn't lay a hand on him. Now he should leave us all in peace
Brash Briton fails to let his fists do the talking as superior Ukrainian unifies heavyweight belts
Steve Bunce sees chaos in a Hamburg sports shop as Klitschko comes in two stone heavier than Haye whose fans are out in force
Lennox Lewis has defended David Haye's actions in the build-up to tomorrow's fight with Wladimir Klitschko and insists the Londoner has not over-stepped the mark with his trash-talking.
The all-British bout will draw huge crowds, but for our writer it marks the tipping point where a noble sport becomes all talk
David Haye's defence of his World Boxing Association heavyweight title against Audley Harrison at the MEN Arena in Manchester on 13 November was confirmed today, setting up a fight that could generate more money than any other in British history.
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A great character as well as one of Britain's finest boxing talents, the man with the monocle is back with a bang and 'mentoring' his son in the sweet science. Alan Hubbard speaks to Chris Eubank
David Haye's first defence of his World Boxing Association heavyweight title was confirmed yesterday when it was announced that he would meet rugged veteran John Ruiz at the MEN Arena, Manchester, on 3 April in what will be the first world heavyweight title fight held in Britain since 2000.
He guided Lennox Lewis to boxing glory before the suicide of a star signing hit him hard - now the biggest fight of his life is battling the BNP. Alan Hubbard speaks to Frank Maloney
This was an insult of a fight, a dreg of the dregs. How bad was the hype afterwards?
With victory over Nikolay Valuev, David Haye became the first Briton since Lennox Lewis to become a heavyweight world champion.