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Blood, Sweat and Tears: the Climax of the Tour de France

The superior speed of Aussie Cadel Evans has left him on the brink of victory in the 2011 Tour de France. Read More »

French Open 2011: Marathon Man Comes Up Short

Day three of the French Open saw top seed Rafael Nadal survive a tense five-setter against the giant American John Isner. Read More »

Blue Sunday: Abramovich Wields the Axe

Carlo Ancelotti became the latest Chelsea managerial casualty on the final day of the Premier League season. Read More »

Seve: the Swashbuckling Spaniard

A tribute to Seve Ballesteros — European golf's most charismatic and exciting performer. Read More »

Your Number’s Up

With money too tight to mention, should the BBC really consider dropping Wimbledon or just cut back on the commentators? Read More »

Wet T-Shirts, Dry Humor and a Phantom Pregnancy

Rafael Nadal tackled the home favorite at the Australian Open, while two top women players took a swipe at the media. Read More »

Letting the Side Down

It's time to name and shame some of the sporting figures who didn't distinguish themselves in 2010. Read More »

It’s A Shame About Ray

Chelsea fans got the blues last week, as its assistant coach Ray Wilkins received his marching orders. Read More »

A Chorus of Disapproval

There was little to cheer about at Wembley, as England's footballers were frustrated by the minnows of Montenegro. Read More »

Damp Squib In Delhi?

After a disastrous build up, can the XIX Commonwealth Games in Delhi offer sports fans something to cheer about? Read More »