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Sport24.co.za | Hamilton and Vettel disagree about favourite tag

The mind games between Mercedes and Ferrari continued in the build-up to the Australian Grand Prix.

Sport24.co.za | Raval calls for Black Caps application

New Zealand opener Jeet Raval has called on his teammates to show greater application with bat in hand in order to achieve success against the Proteas.

Sport24.co.za | Titans confirm top spot with easy win over Cobras

An unbeaten half-century by Jonathan Vandiar paved the way for the Titans to ease to a win over the Cape Cobras at Centurion in a One-Day Cup encounter.

Sport24.co.za | Warriors thump Lions to earn Qualifier ticket

Jon-Jon Smuts starred with bat and ball as the Warriors booked their ticket to the One-Day Cup Qualifier by defeating the Lions.

Sport24.co.za | Super Rugby: Weekend teams

Dates, venues, kick-offs time and line-ups for Round 5 of the 2017 Vodacom Super Rugby tournament.

Sport24.co.za | Steven Kitshoff chats to Sport24

STEVEN KITSHOFF talks about his imminent return to SA rugby and why there is a silver lining to SA sides being axed from Super Rugby.

Sport24.co.za | McIlroy fate in balance after Woodland withdraws

Rory McIlroy's hopes of advancing from the WGC Match Play were hanging by a thread after the sudden withdrawal of Gary Woodland.

Sport24.co.za | Origi frustrated with lack of LFC game time

Liverpool striker Divock Origi has admitted that he is frustrated with the amount of game time he has been afforded this season.

Sport24.co.za | French police free Grenoble players in rape case

French police investigating a rape allegation have released three Grenoble players held overnight for questioning.

Sport24.co.za | Pliskova eases through in Miami

Second seed Karolina Pliskova cruised into the third round of the Miami Open by beating qualifier Madison Brengle in straight sets.

Sport24.co.za | Peyper to ref first Lions vs All Blacks Test

Jaco Peyper, Jérôme Garcès and Romain Poite have been appointed to referee the Tests involving New Zealand and the British and Irish Lions.

Sport24.co.za | Podolski: Wenger 'is Arsenal'

Former Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski has voiced his support for manager Arsene Wenger, stating that the Frenchman built the club from nothing.

Sport24.co.za | Tahir gets IPL SOS call

The Proteas talismanic leg-spinner Imran Tahir will be joining in on the 2017 Indian Premier League party after being signed by the Rising Pune Supergiants.

Sport24.co.za | Lions wait on Mapoe as injuries mount

The Lions were hit hard by injuries this week and will wait for Springbok midfielder Lionel Mapoe to know if they will have another long term injury on their hands.

Sport24.co.za | SA's Impey third, Bouhanni sprints to snow-shortened stage win

French sprinter Nacer Bouhanni won the fourth stage of the Tour of Catalonia after it was shortened by 60km due to snow.

Sport24.co.za | Dolly misses kasi flavour of the PSL

Bafana Bafana star Keagan Dolly admits that he has misses the 'kasi flavour' of the PSL but does not regret leaving Mamelodi Sundowns.

Sport24.co.za | Pacific rugby nations get June boost

Pacific Island nations will play five matches against leading rugby union nations during the June international window, World Rugby has announced.

Sport24.co.za | Hazlewood: India need a result wicket

Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood feels that with the pressure on India to win the series the wicket in Dharamsala will be one that will ensure a result.

Sport24.co.za | Ricciardo applauds relaxing of 'Verstappen rule'

Daniel Ricciardo has applauded the decision to relax the 'Verstappen rule', saying the drivers can "sort it out on track."

Sport24.co.za | What to expect from Cobus Wiese

He is just 19-years-old, but Stormers forward Cobus Wiese has a bright future ahead of him, says coach Robbie Fleck.

BBC SPORT

British Swimming investigates bullying claims

British Swimming is conducting an investigation after multiple bullying claims by Paralympians about a coach, the BBC learns.

England chants in Germany 'disrespectful' - FA chairman Clarke

Behaviour of a section of England fans during the friendly in Germany was "inappropriate, disrespectful and disappointing", says FA chairman Greg Clarke.

Romelu Lukaku could be best number nine in the world - Roberto Martinez

Former Everton manager and current Belgium boss Roberto Martinez believes striker Romelu Lukaku has the potential to become "the best number nine in world football".

Lloyd's first Man City goal seals Champions League win in Denmark

Carli Lloyd scores her first goal for Manchester City Women as they beat Fortuna Hjorring in the Champions League quarter-final first leg.

Formula 1: Harder, better, faster in 2017? The new season kicks off in Melbourne

With new rules and new-era cars, Formula 1 takes a step into the unknown as the 2017 season starts in Australia this weekend.

How Syria won their 'most important match'

Syria faced Uzbekistan in qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, and BBC Sport's Richard Conway was there.

Muirhead's Scots seal Olympic place with play-off spot

Scotland secure their place in the World Women's Curling Championship play-offs - and an Olympic berth for Great Britain next year.

Nine-year-old facing open heart surgery wins ice hockey award

A nine-year-old boy who is set for open heart surgery in London in May is named player of the week by ice hockey's Elite League.

McIlroy's Match Play hopes still alive after Woodland withdraws

Rory McIlroy's hopes of advancing at the WGC Match Play stay alive after his scheduled opponent Gary Woodland withdraws.

Anthony Crolla: Will it be second time lucky against Linares?

Anthony Crolla believes he is in a better position to face WBA lightweight champion Jorge Linares in Saturday's title fight, saying he is being "more clever" in the ring since the pair last fought six months ago.

Tokyo Paralympics: Wheelchair tennis in UK Sport funding cut

Wheelchair tennis has had its Tokyo Paralympic funding cut by UK Sport, who say the sport can self-fund its programme.

Ranieri to get 'Golden Bench' award in Italy

Claudio Ranieri will get a special award from the Italian FA for leading Leicester City to the Premier League title.

Wendy Houvenaghel: British Cycling had 'medal at any cost' culture

A "medal at any cost" approach created a "culture of fear" at British Cycling, says former cyclist Wendy Houvenaghel.

Three English women in last eight of British Open

Sarah-Jane Perry is the third English woman to reach the British Open quarter-finals after victory over Tesni Evans.

Volta a Catalunya: Nacer Bouhanni wins stage four, Froome & Thomas well placed

Britain's Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas are well placed heading into the testing fifth stage of the Volta a Catalunya.

Italy's Buffon to make 1,000th career appearance

Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon will make the 1,000th appearance of his professional career in Friday's game against Albania.

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World Cup qualifying: Cool penalty gives Syria a realistic chance of a 2018 World Cup spot

Omar Kharbin converted a Panenka-style, stoppage-time penalty to earn victory over Uzbekistan and make an appearance at the 2018 Russia World Cup a realistic goal.

Formula 1: How prepared is Jack Nicholls for the new season?

We quiz BBC Radio 5 live's F1 commentator Jack Nicholls to see if he is ready for the start of the 2017 Formula 1 season.

Germany 1-0 England: Gareth Southgate 'very pleased' with performance

England manager Gareth Southgate says his side were "the better side" until Lukas Podolski's stunning goal in their 1-0 friendly defeat to Germany.

World Cup 2018: NI manager Michael O'Neill ready to face 'underachieving' Norway

Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill explains that a win over Norway in Sunday's World Cup qualifier is vital to his side's quest to qualify for the finals in Russia in 2018.

Football on the frontline – Syria's World Cup dream

Despite conflict entering a seventh year, the 16-team Syrian Premier League is still going and the international team still harbour hopes of making it to the biggest stage of all, the World Cup.

Wales: Goalkeeper Hennessey expects 'hostile' crowd in Dublin

Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey expects to encounter a 'hostile' crowd in Dublin ahead of the vital World Cup qualifier.

F1: Red Bull's Christian Horner on tyres, overtaking and shoeys

Red Bull's Christian Horner explains how the F1 cars are a different beast this season, discusses whether overtaking will be more difficult and reveals what champagne tastes like from a shoe.

State of Sport: Danny Mills says players face pressure to play through pain

Former England international Danny Mills says he and other players were "pressured into playing" despite injury through the use of painkillers.

Keane: Republic are out to beat Wales

Roy Keane says the Republic of Ireland are not interested in settling for a draw in Friday's World Cup qualifier against Wales.

Formula 1: Daniel Ricciardo says Red Bull will be 'close to Ferrari & Mercedes'

Red Bull Racing driver Daniel Ricciardo feels his team can be "close to Ferrari and Mercedes" as Formula 1 gears up for the first race of the season.

The BBC's State of Sport week

As part of our State of Sport week, the BBC is looking at some of the biggest topics affecting the world of sport today.

Chris Gordon: Trainer enjoying impressive run of success

While the Irish were achieving huge success at Cheltenham, trainer Chris Gordon was quietly recording an impressive feat elsewhere.

How did England's players rate in Dortmund?

Marks out of 10 for the players in Dortmund as Gareth Southgate's side fall to a narrow defeat to the World champions.

The tears behind Gallagher's fight factory

Meticulous methods, 16-hour days and a finished marriage - this is the story of the trainer behind Anthony Crolla's bid to regain his world title.

Everton FC: The football club that teaches troubled children

Everton Free School is the first school run by a Premier League club. It is expensive but is it worth it?

Sport on the BBC: The best of this week's action

This week's sport on the BBC includes international football, BBL Championship basketball and the return of Formula 1.








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