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NEWS24 SPORT | Muir: Sharks ready to 'have a go' at Crusaders

Sharks assistant coach Dick Muir says they are determined to prove their doubters wrong against the Crusaders in Christchurch. | Alonso just like Neymar - but not in good way

Fernando Alonso has been compared to Brazilian soccer star Neymar because of his habit of exaggerating his complaints about his rivals. | LIVE: Open Championship - Round 1

Follow all the action from the opening round of the 147th Open Championship at Carnoustie Golf Club in Scotland. | Vegas takes wild journey to Carnoustie

Jhonattan Vegas was forced to do plenty of scrambling before he even teed off in the Open Championship at Carnoustie. | Thomas keeps yellow atop Alpe d'Huez

Britain's Geraint Thomas reinforced his grip on the Tour de France yellow jersey by winning a gripping 12th stage to the summit of Alpe d'Huez. | WATCH: Trevor Noah responds to French ambassador after Africa won SWC comment

The French ambassador to the US Gerard Araud responded in a detailed letter to Trevor Noah's comments saying that Africa won the World Cup. | Olympic figure skating medallist murdered

Prosecutors in Kazakhstan say Olympic figure skating medalist Denis Ten has been killed, and they are treating the case as murder. | Hamilton eyes gatecrashing Vettel's Hockenheim homecoming

Lewis Hamilton will this weekend bid to wreck Sebastian Vettel's homecoming at Hockenheim just as the German ruined his own carnival at Silverstone. | Klopp fears post-World Cup injury woe

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp fears the demands of international football are putting players at such risk that "we have to collect their bones". | Defending champion Spieth rues missed opportunity

Defending champion Jordan Spieth said a "brain fart" cost him a double bogey on the 15th hole in the first round of the Open Championship. | Proteas warned to expect more spin-friendly conditions

Sri Lanka spinner Rangana Herath has warned the Proteas to expect yet more spin in the second Test in Colombo. | Jaguares at full strength for Lions QF clash

Jaguares head coach Mario Ledesma has made several changes to his squad to face the Lions in the Super Rugby quarter-final at Ellis Park. | Hamilton signs blockbuster Mercedes deal

Lewis Hamilton finally ended speculation over his future on Thursday as the four-time world champion signed a blockbuster two-year contract extension with Mercedes. | French World Cup ace Pavard may join Bayern early

The France World Cup defender Benjamin Pavard, who shot to fame with a brilliant goal against Argentina, may join Bayern Munich earlier than 2019. | Groenewegen joins Alps' list of casualties on TDF

Dutchman Dylan Groenewegen became the latest sprint star to fall victim to the gruelling Alpine stages of the Tour de France after pulling out on stage 12. | Vandoorne 'pretty sure' of McLaren stay

Stoffel Vandoorne has said he is "pretty sure" that he has done enough to warrant a contract extension with McLaren for the 2019 season. | Bad back Berdych to miss US Open

Czech tennis ace Tomas Berdych's persistent back pain has forced him to drop out of the US Open which starts in August. | CSA name SA Emerging Squad to tour Sri Lanka

Tony de Zorzi will captain the Cricket South Africa Emerging Squad who will play their Sri Lankan counterparts in two four-day Tests and three ODI's. | Gallopin pulls out, adds to Bardet's Tour woes

The Tour de France hopes of Frenchman Romain Bardet suffered another setback after team-mate Tony Gallopin pulled out during the 12th stage. | Challenge to win RWC Sevens will be mental - Powell

Coach Neil Powell feels that the Blitzboks will have to overcome a psychological, rather than a physical challenge when they start their RWC Sevens campaign.


Thomas wins second Tour stage in a row as Froome comes fourth

Geraint Thomas wins his second Tour de France stage in a row to extend his yellow jersey lead as Sky team-mate Chris Froome finishes fourth.

'He can become the one above the stars' - Ibrahimovic on Pogba, Rooney and leaving Man Utd

Zlatan Ibrahimovic speaks to BBC Sport about Paul Pogba, Wayne Rooney, leaving Manchester United and that debut goal for LA Galaxy.

Lewis Hamilton: Mercedes driver agrees £40m-a-year deal until 2020

Four-time world champion Lewis Hamilton agrees a lucrative deal to stay at Mercedes until the end of 2020.

Olympic figure skater Ten stabbed to death

Kazakhstan's Olympic medal-winning figure skater Denis Ten has died at the age of 25 after being stabbed on Thursday.

Watch: Thai star holes 'bordering on ridiculous' shot at The Open

Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat holes a remarkable shot from the fairway on the 17th hole on the opening day of the 2018 Open Championship at Carnoustie.

The Open 2018: Jordan Spieth fades, Kevin Kisner leads, Justin Rose well back

Defending champion Jordan Spieth's late collapse leaves him five shots behind early leader Kevin Kisner on the opening day of The Open.

Fiba bans 13 players after Philippines v Australia basketball brawl

Fiba has suspended 13 players after an on-court brawl during a World Cup qualifying tie between the Philippines and Australia earlier this month.

Hinkle recalled to US training squad after refusing to play because of LGBT shirt

Jaelene Hinkle is recalled by the United States for their 2018 Tournament of Nations training squad after refusing to play for her country on religious grounds.

Rooney swaps European football with Aberdeen for England's fifth tier with Salford City

Salford City sign striker Adam Rooney from Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen for an undisclosed fee.

Anthony Joshua: I'll box for another 10 years

World heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua says he has another 10 years left in the sport.

Moore wins Para-triathlon European gold - two years after paying for own leg amputation

British Para-triathlete Hannah Moore says it felt "special" to win European gold just a day after the second anniversary of her leg amputation.

Vegas to Carnoustie? Helicopter dash for Open golfer after visa issue

Jhonattan Vegas shoots five-over-par after arriving at The Open barely an hour before his tee time because of visa issues.

England to play four-day Test against Ireland before 2019 Ashes

England will play a four-day Test match against Ireland in July 2019, before the start of the Ashes series.

Rosenborg boss quits six days before Celtic tie

The manager of Rosenborg quits six days before the Norwegian club face Celtic in the Champions League.

England and Leeds winger Hall to join Sydney Roosters

Leeds Rhinos and England winger Ryan Hall agrees a two-year deal to join National Rugby League side Sydney Roosters from 2019.

Roma defend decision to sell goalkeeper Alisson to Liverpool

Selling Alisson to Liverpool does not show "a lack of ambition", says Roma's director of football Monchi, who admits the transfer of the Brazilian is "tough" for fans to take.

2018 European Championships: GB Rowing name 53-strong squad for Glasgow

Great Britain name a 53-strong squad for the European Rowing Championships in Glasgow next month.

2018 European Championships: 13 Olympic medallists included in GB cycling team

British Cycling names 13 Olympic medallists in their team for August's European Championships in Glasgow.

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The Open 2018: 'Behave!' - Koepka reaches first green with epic tee shot

Back-to-back US Open champion Brooks Koepka reaches the green at the 396-yard first hole with his tee shot on the opening day at the 2018 Open Championship at Carnoustie.

The Open 2018: Jordan Spieth rescues a birdie on 11 after finding rough

Jordan Spieth brilliantly birdies the 11th hole at Carnoustie after finding the rough to continue his charge in the opening round of the 2018 Open Championship.

The Open: Andrew 'Beef' Johnston trains with boxer Dillian Whyte

British golfer Andrew 'Beef' Johnston joins heavyweight boxer Dillian Whyte for a training session before The Open, and takes a shot from the man known as 'the Body Snatcher'.

The Open 2018: Justin Rose, Matt Kuchar or Dustin Johnson? Pundits predict their winner

Justin Rose, Brooks Koepka and Rickie Fowler are among the favourites as BBC Sport pundits make their predictions ahead of The Open Championship at Carnoustie.

Tour de France: Why Alpe d'Huez is called "the greatest climb in cycling"

Find out why the Tour de France's Alpe d'Huez stage is known as "the greatest climb in cycling".

England v India: Joe Root 'mic-drops' bat after hitting a four to beat India

Joe Root 'mic-drops' his bat in celebration after hitting a four to complete his side's eight-wicket win over India during the series decider at Headingley.

Wayne Rooney on Everton, Man Utd, England and the MLS

Wayne Rooney talks to BBC Sport about his decision to leave Everton, Manchester United's title prospects, England's World Cup campaign and the MLS.

The Open 2018: Ken on the course looks at how the Barry Burn affects Carnoustie

BBC reporter Ken Brown gives an insight into the challenges of the Carnoustie course ahead of The Open.

T20 Blast: Liam Livingstone stars as Lancashire Lightning beat Leicestershire Foxes

Watch highlights as Lancashire Lightning captain Liam Livingstone stars with bat and ball to help his side to victory over Leicestershire Foxes in the T20 Blast.

The former Man Utd striker injured for a quarter of his career

Giuseppe Rossi has lost almost three and a half years of his career to knee injuries, he told BBC Sport about his determination to keep coming back.

The Olympic champion and her 'hangover in handcuffs'

Olympic gold medallist Shona McCallin tells BBC Sport about her "brutal" concussion and how important it is to raise awareness.

'A bit of respite from the mountains' - Cavendish previews Tour de France stage 13

Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka rider Mark Cavendish, a winner of 30 Tour de France stages, takes us through each day of this year's three-week race.

'The sacrifices mum and dad made were huge' - England hockey player's debt to parents

England hockey player Emily Defroand and her mother Gill reflect on the journey and sacrifices it has taken to get her to the top.

'Without Take That we would not have survived' - the realities of county cricket finances

How a Take That tour helped save one club and ways the 100-ball competition could be the "feast" that changes county cricket.

'Fury wouldn't be hard but he's not the dream bout' - Bellew's first BBC column

In his first BBC Sport column, heavyweight boxer Tony Bellew outlines the conundrum he faces in deciding whether to fight again.

Who opens? Where does Root bat? Pick your England team for first Test

Who do you think should be in the England side for the first Test against India? Choose your XI and share it with your friends.

Sport on the BBC: Best of this week's TV & radio coverage

This week's sport on the BBC includes The Open, the German Grand Prix and the deciding ODI between England and India.

Premier League pre-season fixtures: Where is your club playing?

Find out who all 20 Premier League clubs are playing in their pre-season matches.

The Open day-one tee times: Late start for Woods

Tiger Woods receives a tee time of 15:21 BST for the first round of the Open Championship at Carnoustie on Thursday.

The 10 players most likely to earn a World Cup move

BBC Sport looks at 10 players who might get a move - including several Premier League targets - following a good World Cup.

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