Sport Damir Dzumhur, world No 188, has reached the third round

When the Grand Slam tournaments upped their prize-money for players knocked out in the early rounds, they were thinking of people like Damir Dzumhur. Listen to the 21-year-old Bosnian's story and you appreciate that there is much more to this sport than the jet-setting world of multimillionaires such as Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

August 12, 2012: LeBron James of the United States dunks during the men's basketball gold medal game against Spain

Basketball: US 'Dream Team' (2012 edition) defend their Olympic title against Spain

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Sid Waddell pictured in 2007

Legendary darts broadcaster Sid Waddell dies

Darts broadcaster Sid Waddell has died at the age of 72, his manager has confirmed.

Two caught 'smuggling' 4th century BC gold wreath and armband in Greece

A retired policeman and a house painter have been arrested in northern Greece on suspicion of antiquities smuggling after an ancient gold wreath and armband were found in their car, police said today.

Danny Welbeck beats Simon Mignolet to score his first goal for England

England climb to sixth in Fifa world rankings

England have climbed one place to sixth in the latest FIFA world rankings, with Spain widening the gap at the top and Uruguay ousting Germany from second spot.

Cristiano Ronaldo summed up Portugal’s bad day with a missed penalty

Round-up: Portugal given jeering send-off

Portugal's dismal build-up to the European Championship finals continued on Saturday when they were beaten 3-1 by Turkey – a side who failed to qualify for Poland and Ukraine.

ECHR hears Kahled El-Masri's rendition case

The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg has begun hearing the case of Kahled El-Masri, a Lebanese-born German who was kidnapped, tortured and held for months in a CIA prison in Afghanistan in 2004.

John Walsh: How Danish squid with green strawberries won first place once again

What are the qualities that, for the third year running, have put a former salted-herring warehouse on the Copenhagen waterfront at the top of the world's best restaurants?

Kiro Gligorov: President of Macedonia throughout the Nineties

While Yugoslavia was descending into chaos in the early 1990s, fate smiled upon its most obscure breakaway republic, the Republic of Macedonia.

They know that she's no good... Amy Winehouse booed off stage in Serbia

The concert that was supposed to begin the comeback tour for Amy Winehouse turned into a fiasco on Saturday night when the troubled singer came on stage in Belgrade apparently too drunk to perform.

Milestone for Keane on fine night for Ireland

FYR Macedonia 0 Republic of Ireland 2

Tom Sutcliffe: Not all boredom makes you drowsy

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Wolves blow as Kevin Doyle out for up to two months

Wolves have confirmed striker Kevin Doyle faces up to eight weeks out with a medial knee ligament injury.

Coleman forced to miss Irish qualifier

Seamus Coleman, the Everton midfielder, has withdrawn from the Republic of Ireland squad for tomorrow's Euro 2012 qualifier against Macedonia with an ankle injury he picked up in last Saturday's 2-1 win over Fulham.

Coleman gets taste for the national stage with support from family

Seamus Coleman admits tasting international football with the Republic of Ireland has left him wanting more. The Everton winger, 22, had friends and family inside the Aviva Stadium on Tuesday night to see him make his debut against Wales in the first game of the inaugural Nations Cup, which ended in a comfortable 3-0 win for the hosts.

Ngog strikes twice to ensure a winning start to Hodgson's reign

FK Rabotnicki 0 Liverpool 2
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