The controversial rule that handed England the World Cup has been changed
It provided a thrilling end to one of the greatest cricket matches ever played, but the controversial boundary countback rule that decided the World Cup final in England's favour is no more.
Wallabies relish the underdog tag as Eddie Jones's England looms
The pool-stage dress rehearsal is now over for rugby union's elite as the World Cup-proper finally gets underway, writes Richard Hinds.
Eddie Betts to go 'Back to the Future' after signing one-year deal with Carlton
After weeks of speculation, the AFL confirms Eddie Betts will return to his former club Carlton after six years with the Adelaide Crows, with the Victorian club having some fun with a short clip of Betts going "Back to the Future".
Mitch Marsh's 'moment of madness' ended with a broken hand and Test hopes in jeopardy
Test all-rounder Mitch Marsh is likely to miss at least the first Test of the season after punching a dressing-room wall during Western Australia's Sheffield Shield draw with Tasmania, breaking his bowling hand.
Teen star Coco Gauff wins first WTA title at just 15
A week after Coco Gauff misses out on qualifying for the Linz Open, the young American takes advantage of her "lucky loser" entry into the main draw to win her first WTA title at 15.
Rugby league authorities investigate after Melbourne Storm player involved in Bali brawl
The NRL's integrity unit launches an investigation after a video posted on social media appears to show Melbourne Storm's Nelson Asofa-Solomona swinging punches during a brawl outside a nightclub.
'I run my own pace': Brigid Kosgei breaks marathon world record, thinks women can run even faster
Paula Radcliffe's 16-year-old women's world record for the marathon is obliterated by Kenya's Brigid Kosgei in Chicago — and she says that women can go even faster.