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Sexton & Farrell named in Lions team for second Test

Johnny Sexton and Owen Farrell are in the British and Irish Lions team to face New Zealand in Saturday's second Test.

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Benn, 53, and Collins, 52, agree rematch - 21 years on

Nigel Benn and Steve Collins tell BBC Sport they have agreed a rematch - even though neither boxer has fought since the 1990s.

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Highlights: 'I'm not happy' - Bolt again fails to break 10 seconds

Usain Bolt fails to break 10 seconds for the second 100m race in a row as Britain's Mo Farah wins and Wayde van Niekerk makes history.

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Bravo saves three penalties to send Chile into final

Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo saves three penalties as Chile reach the Confederations Cup final by beating Portugal on penalties.

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'Huge concerns about athlete welfare' - new UK Sport boss Grainger

Dame Katherine Grainger, UK Sport's incoming chair, tells BBC Sport of the "need to improve" athlete welfare and warns of a tough financial future.

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Murray win voted Wimbledon's greatest moment

Andy Murray's first Wimbledon title in 2013 is named as your greatest Wimbledon moment.

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Watch: Van Niekerk breaks Johnson's 300m world record

Olympic champion Wayde van Niekerk wins the 300m to break Michael Johnson's world record at the Golden Spike meet in the Czech Republic.

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FBI investigates award of 2021 Athletics World Championships

The FBI is investigating the awarding of the 2021 Athletics World Championships to Eugene, Oregon, the BBC has learnt.

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Cook & Browne put on record 373 for Essex

Alastair Cook and Nick Browne share an Essex first-wicket record stand of 373 as they pile on the runs against Middlesex.

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Jockey Payne gets four-week ban for failed drugs test

Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne is banned from riding until 21 July after testing positive for a banned substance.

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Team Sky credibility intact - Brailsford

Sir Dave Brailsford defends Team Sky while Chris Froome says he has no trust issues and could extend his contract.

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GB's Jones into semi-finals at Worlds

Olympic champion Jade Jones remains on course for a career grand slam of major titles after reaching the World Championships semi-finals.

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Serious Fraud Office probes Fifa World Cup bidding report

The Serious Fraud Office says it is reviewing a newly released report into England's bids to stage the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

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Barcelona to host Chapecoense in tribute to plane crash victims

Barcelona will play Chapecoense in a friendly at the Nou Camp on 7 August to pay tribute to those who died in the Brazilian team's plane crash.

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NBA star Curry to play in professional golf event

NBA star Stephen Curry will swap basketball for golf in August when he plays against professionals in the Web.com Tour's Ellie Mae Classic.

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Personalise your BBC Sport app and sign up for notifications

With latest scores and headlines sent straight to your device, personalisation and much more, ensure you have a great sporting life with BBC Sport.

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Usain Bolt wins one of the final 100m races of his career in Czech Republic

Usain Bolt wins a close 100m in a time of 10.06 at the Golden Spike meet in the Czech Republic.

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Dame Katherine Grainger 'not surprised' by UK Sport funding overhaul demand

Incoming UK Sport chair Dame Katherine Grainger tells BBC sports editor Dan Roan she's "not surprised" by 11 sports demanding an overhaul of UK Sport funding.

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Watch: GB's Farah eases to 10,000m win

Great Britain's Mo Farah wins the 10,000m in a time of 27:12:09 at the Golden Spike meet in the Czech Republic.

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Bianca Walkden outclasses Jackie Galloway to claim her second World Championship crown

Bianca Walkden becomes the first British fighter to successfully defend a World Taekwondo Championships title.

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Wimbledon: John McEnroe on the greatest match at SW19

As the BBC celebrates 90 years of covering Wimbledon, three-time champion John McEnroe discusses his tantrums, Andy Murray's success and the greatest Wimbledon match.

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Wimbledon: Chris Evert on funny accents, Jimmy Connors and Princess Diana

As the BBC celebrates 90 years of covering Wimbledon, former women's champion Chris Evert talks to Sue Barker about her fondest memories.

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Birds and bees interrupt tennis at Eastbourne and Wimbledon qualifying

Kristyna Pliskova is stung by a bee at Eastbourne while a pigeon stops play during the women's singles Wimbledon qualifying first round match between Miyu Kato and Amandine Hesse.

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Best five shots: Johanna Konta powers past Sorana Cirstea at Eastbourne

British number one Johanna Konta eases past Romania's Sorana Cirstea in the second round at Eastbourne in straight sets.

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Rangers, Red Imps and margarine - take our Europa League quiz

Which team sounds like a brand of margarine and where do the Red Imps play? Take our Europa League quiz.

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England U21s lose to Germany: How well do you remember England's penalty pain?

It was a familiar story for England as they lost on penalties to Germany. How much do you remember about the nation's shootout defeats?

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Lawes makes case for bench role in Test - Guscott

Courtney Lawes is in pole position to earn promotion to the Test squad as the Lions draw with the Hurricanes, says Jeremy Guscott.

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Henley Royal Regatta: Pictures from day one

The Henley Royal Regatta begins with more than 200 races taking place on the River Thames.

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Wimbledon 2017: All you need to know about the Championships

Will there be more Murray magic? Can Konta kick on? How do you get a ticket? Here's everything you need to know about Wimbledon 2017.

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

This week's sport on the BBC includes tennis from Eastbourne, Wimbledon qualifying and the ICC Women's World Cup.

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