The quadruple gold and silver medal Olympic champion opens his campaign in the 40-foot catamarans in Singapore next month
Ski-in living rooms, "casual luxury", affordable bases, strange spherical structures, "munchie boxes", and rooftop bars
The British oil major will drill around 300 wells over 15 years to produce about a third of Oman’s total daily domestic gas supply
Britain's best young hopes for success in the doublehanded Transat Jacques Vabre have become the latest victims of gear failure.
Honorary Brit takes the day's main spoils as the AAM Cowes Week continues
Gavignet claims second leg victory after facing stiff competition from Josse on Dublin to Plymouth leg
Guichard claims secondlong-leg victory to trail leader by just two points
Holger Osieck made his comments in Melbourne
Team Sky rider finishes sixth after splitting pack
Chris Froome believes his maiden stage race victory in the Tour of Oman proves Sky are right to back him as team leader over Bradley Wiggins for the Tour de France and that he can ride to triumph on the Champs-Elysées.
Briton beats all major Tour de France contenders
Tour de France winner in the groove after poor first day to help team-mate into strong position
Manchester United's Shinji Kagawa has been left out of Japan's World Cup qualifier away to Oman next week as he recovers from a knee injury.
BAE Systems and Thales are among defense companies increasing their focus on patrol vessels to drive naval sales as countries from Libya to Brazil modernize and expand their fleets.
Two events on the same piece of water can lead to problems, not least as the deciding, fifth race of the French Match Race semi-final kept Britain’s Ian Williams and the Australian Keith Swinton stooging around for over an hour and half as the MOD70s started two races off Marseille.
Goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer is set to become the first Australian to win 100 international caps after being named in the Socceroos squad for their World Cup qualifier against Jordan next month.