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  • Degenkolb doubles up at Vuelta

    John Degenkolb won stage five of the Vuelta a Espana as Michael Matthews extended his overall lead.

    Wednesday August 27 2014, 18:25 BST
    John Degenkolb won for the second day in a row
  • Dujardin wins dressage gold

    British dressage star Charlotte Dujardin has added another individual gold medal to her major championship collection.

    Wednesday August 27 2014, 19:08 BST
    Charlotte Dujardin and wonderhorse Valegro claim gold
  • McGuinness ready for challenge

    Jim McGuinness admits Donegal face a big challenge in trying to stop Dublin’s prolific forward line.

    Wednesday August 27 2014, 10:38 BST
    Donegal manager Jim McGuinness
  • Dublin to resist funding cuts

    Dublin chairman Andy Kettle says they will resist any reduction in their central GAA funding for next year.

    Wednesday August 27 2014, 09:50 BST
    Dublin County Board chairman Andy Kettle
  • Mixed feelings for Wiggins

    Sir Bradley Wiggins is disappointed to miss the Vuelta a Espana but has the chance to defend his Tour of Britain title.

    Wednesday August 27 2014, 09:45 BST
    Sir Bradley Wiggins: Focused on his home event now
  • Angels see off Marlins

    A review of Tuesday's MLB action as the Los Angeles Angels recorded an 8-2 win over the Miami Marlins.

    Wednesday August 27 2014, 09:28 BST
    Matt Shoemaker: Big night for the Angels
  • Degenkolb takes Vuelta win

    John Degenkolb won stage four of the Vuelta a Espana as Michael Matthews stretched his race lead.

    Tuesday August 26 2014, 19:29 BST
    John Degenkolb claimed the sixth Vuelta stage win of his career
  • Dujardin seals silver for GB

    Charlotte Dujardin produced an inspired performance to win silver for Great Britain's dressage team in Normandy.

    Wednesday August 27 2014, 09:50 BST
    Richard Waygood, Gareth Hugues, Michael Eilberg, Charlotte Dujardin and Carl Hester celebrate winning silver
  • Deng: Future looks bleak

    Luol Deng admits he does not know what the future holds for British basketball and thinks funding cuts have left the sport at the point of no return.

    Tuesday August 26 2014, 17:47 BST
    Luol Deng: Worried about British basketball
  • Ó Sé: Replay should be moved

    Tomás Ó Sé says it’s wrong that Kerry’s All-Ireland semi-final replay with Mayo has been fixed for Limerick.

    Tuesday August 26 2014, 13:43 BST
    Tomás Ó Sé and GAA president Liam O'Neill are pictured at the Comórtas na nGael promotion of the Irish language
  • Cassidy: McGuinness was silly

    Former Donegal defender Kevin Cassidy says Jim McGuinness was silly in comparing Dublin to Chelsea.

    Tuesday August 26 2014, 11:05 BST
    Kevin Cassidy in action for Donegal in 2011
  • Athletics grab share of lead

    A review of Monday's action in Major League Baseball, including a big win for the Oakland Athletics.

    Tuesday August 26 2014, 08:41 BST
    Jeff Samardzija, pitcher for the Oakland Athletics
  • McEwen wants FEI Presidency

    John McEwen has announced he is to stand for the presidency of world equestrian sport's governing body.

    Tuesday August 26 2014, 09:22 BST
    Princess Haya of Jordan: Won't be standing for third term
  • Win hands Matthews Vuelta lead

    Michael Matthews climbed to victory on stage three of the Vuelta a Espana and took the overall race lead.

    Monday August 25 2014, 18:33 BST
    Michael Matthews claimed the third Vuelta stage win of his career
  • Horan proud of his players

    James Horan hailed the character of his Mayo players after they came within minutes of a famous win over Kerry.

    Tuesday August 26 2014, 10:06 BST
    James Horan shakes hands with Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice after the final whistle
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