La grande partenza in Jerusalem will be a historic first but brings an unprecedented level of political controversy to cycling’s second biggest event
Israel is a country of builders. Almost 70 years after its foundation skycrapers jostle for space along the Mediterranean strand, planted in the fertile soil of a Tel Aviv property boom. Up in the
Twenty-seven players from the Jacksonville Jaguars and Baltimore Ravens took a knee during the singing of the US national anthem at Wembley Stadium on Sunday as the protest against the US president,
Peter Sagan won his third world title in a row in a dramatic finish to the men’s road race at the World Championships in Norway.
The Slovakian had barely featured among the lead riders throughout the 267.5km race in Bergen. He was
Olympic champion speaks out about experience of depression as new figures reveal mental health crisis among girls
Dame Kelly Holmes has spoken about how she self-harmed at the height of her athletic career as figures emerged showing that mental health problems are rising sharply among teenage girls and young women.
Holmes, who won gold in the 800m
Hughie Fury’s failure to dislodge the WBO world heavyweight champion Joseph Parker in his first major fight was accompanied by such passionate wailing from his supporters that he left the M
Steve Smith says his side’s recent results are unacceptable for an Australian cricket team after suffering a demoralising series defeat in India ahead of the Ashes.
India wrapped up the best-of-five one-day internationals
An astonishing burst of hitting from Moeen Ali, who hit 61 from 14 balls at one stage, and Liam Plunkett’s first ODI five-for helped England go 2-0 up in the series
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WICKET! West Indies 245 all out (Holder c Moeen b Plunkett 34) The superb Plunkett
The anticipation was that the boundaries at Bristol would be too short for one of the most popular left-handed batsmen in the world. And so it proved. But it was not just Chris Gayle who was delivering a hail of sixes into the stands at square-leg. Moeen Ali, the man who
Not exactly the homecoming London Irish were hoping for, rather a few home truths on a first Premiership match here for 16 months and the brutal reality of the arduous slog ahead. Chief among the lessons for the Exiles is the danger posed by a start as