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When Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the 2016 NFL pre-season, it ignited a global conversation, but it cost him his career.
Lewis Hamilton continues to eye an eighth Formula 1 world title after saluting his 100th career grand prix victory.
The Ryder Cup is back on US soil, but history has shown us, whoever is on the losing side, doesn’t stay down for long.
The Ryder Cup is a crazy incarnation of golf, but the sport’s moral compass remains strong.
Does Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival at Manchester United make the club a title contender?
Italy’s victory at Euro 2020 signalled not only redemption for the Azzurri, it re-ignited the managerial career of Roberto Mancini.
Pedro makes a rare move across Rome, from Roma to rival Lazio in Serie A.
Lionel Messi’s arrival at PSG is no doubt a huge boost to Ligue 1, but can he be the league’s proper saviour?
The new Premier League season is underway, and the big guns were firing on all cylinders.
The end of one of football’s most beautiful eras, as Lionel Messi officially departs Barcelona.
A story of how Olympic feats can transcend all else - Jesse Owens’ heroics at Berlin 1936.
New Tottenham manager Nuno Espírito Santo has plenty of work to do to reinvigorate Spurs.
We cast our eye back to an historic flashpoint at the Melbourne Olympics of 1956.
Italy crowned champions of Europe, outlasting England on penalties in the Euro 2020 final.
As Euro 2020 is whittled down to four, we cast our eye over the best of the worst from the tournament.
As Wimbledon gets underway, we cast our eye back to one of the all-time great finals at the All England Club.
The story of Tiger Woods’ victory at the 2008 US Open is one for the ages.
Ukraine’s Yaroslava Mahuchikh will challenge to Russian Mariya Lasitskene in the high jump at the Olympics.
Hosting a successful Olympic Games is a matter of honour for Tokyo and Japan.
Chelsea overcomes Manchester City to claim the UEFA Champions League.