Former England captain and fearsome pace bowler Bob Willis has died aged 70, his family announced on Wednesday.
Anthony Joshua said on Wednesday that he will not celebrate if he regains his world heavyweight title, as he faced off with rival Andy Ruiz in a final press conference before their controversial rematch in Saudi Arabia.
Giannis Antetokounmpo’s 35 points propelled the Milwaukee Bucks to a 13th straight NBA victory on Wednesday, a hard-fought 127-103 win over the Pistons in Detroit.
There were jubilant scenes at the Rizal Memorial Stadium on Wednesday as Cambodia booked their passage to the semi-finals of the Southeast Asian (Sea) Games men’s football by the narrowest of margins with a 3-1 win over Malaysia.
Jose Mourinho endured an unhappy return to Manchester United as Marcus Rashford struck twice in a 2-1 defeat for Tottenham, while Liverpool maintained their eight-point lead at the top of the Premier League, putting five goals past
Ace Jamaican sprinter Yohan Blake has slammed world athletics chief Sebastian Coe for taking away track and field disciplines such as the 200 metres from next year’s Diamond League.
James Harden erupted for 50 points and Russell Westbrook bagged a triple-double, but it was not enough to stop the Houston Rockets falling to a double-overtime defeat to the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday.
A proposed four-year doping ban on Russian athletes would deal a huge new blow to President Vladimir Putin’s efforts to use sport to boost national prestige and his own reputation.
Freddie Ljungberg intends to tap into the knowledge of Arsene Wenger and Sven-Goran Eriksson as he prepares for his second game in charge of Arsenal.
Ernie Els on Wednesday said Tiger Woods has lost some of his aura but the skipper of the International team will not be under-estimating his superstar counterpart at the Presidents Cup next week.