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Brough marks victory with 100th try

Danny Brough scored his 100th career try as Huddersfield beat Hull KR

Scrum-half Danny Brough scored his 100th career try as Huddersfield strengthened their grip on a Super League top-four spot with a third straight win.

Cav hits back on stormy day on Tour

Mark Cavendish was beaten into fourth in Zeeland

A stormy and fractious day at the Tour de France ended with Mark Cavendish blaming his Etixx-QuickStep team-mates for his failure to win stage two to Zeeland.

Pit choices hand Hamilton victory

Lewis Hamilton celebrates winning the British Grand Prix at Silverstone

Lewis Hamilton praised his own pit-stop calls as he completed a hat-trick of home victories by winning an entertaining British Grand Prix.

Murray enjoying home advantage

Great Britain's Andy Murray makes his way to the practice courts during a practice session

Andy Murray believes the roaring home crowd at Wimbledon can make all the difference as he bids to clinch a second men's singles title at the All England Club.

Houghton hoping Sampson stays

Mark Sampson delivered on the big stage with England

Captain Steph Houghton hopes England hang on to manager Mark Sampson after his tactical ingenuity guided the Lionesses to third place at the Women's World Cup.

Davenport: Draw tough on sisters

Serena Williams, left, and sister Venus will meet for the 26th time in Monday's last-16 clash at SW19

Elder sister Venus will directly block Serena Williams' calendar grand slam path on Monday, in a Wimbledon clash that is both essential viewing and impossible to watch.

Kyrgios plans to play in Davis Cup

Nick Kyrgios is a new crowd favourite for many at Wimbledon

Wimbledon showman Nick Kyrgios has reaffirmed his commitment to playing for his country in the Davis Cup after a political row threatened to rip apart Australian tennis.

Strauss issues Ashes warning

Andrew Strauss believes Australia will need to be near their best to beat England this summer

England's director of cricket Andrew Strauss has warned Australia they will have to produce "outstanding cricket" if they are to end their long wait for an Ashes series triumph on these shores.

Sampson hails battling Lionesses

Mark Sampson has guided England Women to their best World Cup finish

England boss Mark Sampson was full of praise for his players' fighting spirit as they beat Germany 1-0 after extra-time to finish third in the Women's World Cup.

Chile savour Copa success

Chile boss Jorge Sampaoli is still on cloud nine

Head coach Jorge Sampaoli spent Sunday basking in a "priceless" feeling of euphoria after guiding Chile to their first ever Copa America title.

Karlovic targets Murray upset

Ivo Karlovic continues to defy the odds at Wimbledon

Ace king Ivo Karlovic has admitted he will bid to upset a nation by blasting Andy Murray out of Wimbledon with his record-breaking, siege-gun serve.

Root hits back at Warner

England's Joe Root, pictured, was struck in a bar by Australian David Warner in the build-up to the 2013 Ashes

Joe Root has defended his character after Australia batsman David Warner revealed the reasons behind his fracas with the England vice-captain two years ago.

Clarke boosts Bears to victory

Rikki Clarke excelled with both bat and ball for Birmingham

A fine all-round performance from Rikki Clarke saw Birmingham through to an impressive eight-run victory over Leicestershire at Grace Road.

Ennis-Hill delays Beijing decision

Jessica Ennis-Hill feels her speed is returning but will make a late call over the World Championships

Jessica Ennis-Hill revealed she would make a late call on whether to compete at the World Championships in Beijing in August after proving her speed is returning with a season's best over the 100 metres hurdles at the Sainsbury's British Championships in Birmingham on Saturday.

Soul-searching starts for Kvitova

Petra Kvitova's defence of her Wimbledon title is over

Petra Kvitova fears she will be haunted for weeks by her stunning Wimbledon exit as a title defence that looked to be running smoothly came dramatically off the rails.

Ward edged out in five sets

James Ward was unable to stretch his Wimbledon adventure into a second week

James Ward's finest-ever grand slam showing has ended in an agonising five-set defeat to Canada's Vasek Pospisil, with Wimbledon's second week remaining just out of reach.

Button looking to reverse fortune

McLaren Honda's Jenson Button during Paddock Day of the 2015 British Grand Prix at Silverstone Circuit, Towcester.

Jenson Button has joked that he would welcome the introduction of reversed grids in Formula One such is the woeful form of his McLaren team.

Froome satisfied with Tour start

Chris Froome finished in 15:46 to place 39th

Chris Froome was content after an opening stage of the Tour de France where an Australian overhauled an Englishman's record at the start of an Ashes summer.