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Saracens won’t let internationals derail Premiership bid, says coach Joe Shaw

Saracens head coach Joe Shaw insists there is more to come from last season's Premiership runners-up Saracens head coach Joe Shaw has vowed to ensure that → Read More

European Championships: Six athletes to watch in Munich

Britain's Jake Wightman will aim to add European Championships gold to the world title he won in Eugene last month This has already been one of the most → Read More

Lessons from Lionesses: What English rugby can learn from Euros for 2025 World Cup

England are due to host the women's Rugby World Cup in 2025, three years after their footballing counterparts staged Women's Euro 2022 The iconic Chloe → Read More

Olympic race walker King slams 'toxic' British Athletics

Two-time Olympian race walker Dominic King has accused British Athletics of being “a toxic governing body” which “fails to learn from its previous errors”. → Read More

Track and Field at Commonwealths shows British Athletics there’s no more excuses

Track and field at the Commonwealth Games was a hit bit it tells British Athletics that there's no excuse anymore. (Photo by Tom Dulat/Getty Images) At → Read More

Over 60 per cent of Premier League contracts open to abuse, research suggests

HMRC believes that a “significant number” of Premier League football clubs and players are underpaying tax, new analysis reveals today. → Read More

Premier League: Haaland shines for City while Man United get wake-up call

Only one club have managed to win three Premier League titles back-to-back but Man City and Haaland have made the perfect start in their bid. → Read More

The Hundred returns as London team look to get back into Spirit

Lord's will host disco cricket again as London Spirit get set to play in the second edition of The Hundred tomorrow. (Photo by Harry Trump/Getty Images) → Read More

The Ferrari flop and the runners and riders of the Formula 1 summer break

Formula 1 team Ferrari are messing up their strategy. (Photo by Dan Mullan/Getty Images) Much like a group of kids in school, the Formula 1 class of 2022 → Read More

Buttler must find a new route for England after Morgan successes

Jos Buttler must find his own path as England captain after Eoin Morgan's significant success. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images) It hasn’t been a dream → Read More

Player ratings: Lionesses ranked as England win Women's Euro 2022

Mary Earps shone as England won their first ever Euro championship. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images) England won their first Euro championship on → Read More

Four-time champion Sebastian Vettel to retire from Formula 1

Sebastian Vettel is to retire form Formula 1 at the end of the season.(Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images) Four-time Formula 1 world champion Sebastian → Read More

‘London can be to Formula E what Monaco is to Formula 1’

London can be to Formula E what Monaco is to Formula 1. (Photo by Christopher Lee/Getty Images) Nothing conjures up images of east London quite like the → Read More

Great Britain and Northern Ireland in strong showing but no gold rush

Britain scored seven medals but their gold haul is the lowest since 2007. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images for World Athletics) If the Great Britain and → Read More

Verstappen pounces on Leclerc and Ferrari’s errors

Max Verstappen beat two Mercedes to the win but once leader Charles Leclerc crashed out. (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images) Yesterday’s French Grand Prix → Read More

Dame Sarah Storey previews the Tour de France Femmes

Dame Sarah Storey says the Tour de France Femmes offers a chance to inspire One of sport’s most recognisable scenes involves a peloton of more than 170 → Read More

England chief executive floats idea of sending potential coaches to Georgia

England chief executive Bill Sweeney has floated the idea of sending potential national coaches to Georgia to learn the ropes. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty → Read More

Wightman the latest in a long line of British 1,500m successes

Jake Wightman won the 1500m Final to become the latest British success. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images for World Athletics) In the 1950s it was Roger → Read More

Hassell-Collins looking Down Under to other sports to help development

Uncapped England hopeful Ollie Hassell-Collins insists that taking tips from sports outside of rugby union can give him the edge. → Read More

Premiership Rugby: Fixtures announced with Spurs hosting London derby

Saracens will host Harlequins at Tottenham Hotspur's stadium. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images) London clubs Saracens and Harlequins will clash at the → Read More