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James Ellington and Nigel Levine return to London after bike crash

British sprinters James Ellington and Nigel Levine have both returned to the UK and been admitted to London hospitals for surgery following their motorbike accident in Tenerife last week.

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Rory McIlroy hoping to return at WGC-Mexico Championship in March

Rory McIlroy does not expect to be back in action from a rib injury until the WGC-Mexico Championship in March - just a month before the Masters.

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New Formula One supremo Chase Carey resurrects hopes of a London Grand Prix

Formula One's new ruler Chase Carey has resurrected hopes of staging a spectacular grand prix on the streets of London.

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Nicole Cooke tells MPs cycling is 'run by men for men' and TUEs open to abuse

Nicole Cooke has told a panel of MPs that cycling is a sport "run by men, for men" and the fight against doping is being waged by "the wrong people, in the wrong way, with the wrong tools".

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Andy Murray not named in initial Great Britain Davis Cup team for Canada tie

Great Britain are set to be without Andy Murray for their Davis Cup clash with Canada next weekend after he was not named in the initial four-man team.

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Ross Brawn calls for a simpler and more competitive Formula One

Ross Brawn has called for a simpler and more competitive Formula One on his return to the sport.

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Tiger Woods concerned over busy schedule in preparation for full-time return

Tiger Woods admits he is concerned about the schedule he has set himself as he prepares to return to competitive golf full-time.

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Kevin Pietersen's Big Bash League series ends with send-off from Darren Lehmann

Kevin Pietersen's Big Bash League campaign has ended with semi-final defeat, a hamstring injury - and a send-off from Darren Lehmann.

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Roger Federer beats Mischa Zverev to reach Australian Open semi-finals

Roger Federer did what Andy Murray could not and beat Mischa Zverev to reach his 41st grand slam semi-final at the Australian Open.

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Johanna Konta urged to focus on tactics when she meets Serena Williams

Johanna Konta's coach Wim Fissette has urged the British number one to trust her emotions against Serena Williams and focus more on tactics.

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Russia could miss 2018 Winter Paralympics, says IPC president

Russian athletes could still be banned from next year's Winter Paralympics in Pyeongchang, according to the president of the International Paralympic Committee.

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Venus Williams rolls back the years to book last-four spot at Australian Open

Venus Williams posted another triumph for the old guard at the Australian Open by beating Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova to reach her 21st grand slam semi-final.

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Nicola Adams endured sleepless nights before deciding to go pro

Nicola Adams has revealed the decision-making process that led to her turning professional gave her numerous sleepless nights.

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Johanna Konta sets sights on Serena Williams scalp at Australian Open

Johanna Konta believes she can pull off the biggest victory of her career by beating Serena Williams at the Australian Open.

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Keri-anne Payne announces retirement from swimming

Olympic medallist and former world champion Keri-anne Payne has announced her retirement from swimming.

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Ronnie O'Sullivan wins record seventh Masters title

Ronnie O'Sullivan created history as he sealed a record seventh Dafabet Masters title after coming back to defeat Joe Perry in a 10-7 triumph at Alexandra Palace.

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Hull's Ryan Mason in stable condition after suffering fractured skull at Chelsea

Hull have announced Ryan Mason has suffered a fractured skull and is in a stable condition in hospital.

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Top seed and defending champion Angelique Kerber crashes out in Melbourne

Defending champion Angelique Kerber bowed out in the Australian Open fourth round after being blown away by American Coco Vandeweghe.

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Andy Murray philosophical after Australian Open upset

Andy Murray offered no excuses after losing to world number 50 Mischa Zverev and crashing out of the Australian Open.

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No fairytale ending for Dan Evans at Australian Open

Britain's Dan Evans has made up with Kevin Pietersen but gone down at the Australian Open after losing to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the fourth round.

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