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'Day in the dirt start of England's life after Anderson'

England's day in the dirt during the second Test against West Indies at Trent Bridge is the start of life without James Anderson but they must develop ruthlessness in all facets, says chief cricket writer Stephan Shemilt.

Lowry leads from Rose and Brown at Royal Troon Open

Ireland's Shane Lowry sets the clubhouse target at seven under in round two of The Open at Royal Troon.

Hodge hundred rallies Windies and defies England

Kavem Hodge’s maiden century rallies West Indies and defies England on a compelling second day of the second Test at Trent Bridge.

Howe 'committed' to Newcastle amid England job links

Newcastle United boss Eddie Howe says he is "committed" to the club as long as he is "happy and feels supported", after being linked with replacing Gareth Southgate as England manager.

'Absolutely brilliant!' - Rahm & Rose feature in day two best shots

Jon Rahm and Justin Rose feature in the best shots from the second round of the Open at Royal Troon.

England overpower France to win Under-20 World Cup

England end France's dominance of the Under-20 World Cup and claim their first title since 2016 with a 21-13 victory in the final.

West Indies fight back against England on day two

Kavem Hodge’s maiden century rallies West Indies and defies England on a compelling second day of the second Test at Trent Bridge.

Warrington beat Saints despite Harrison red card

Warrington Wolves play 60 minutes with 12 men but score four tries to win at St Helens to stay second in Super League.

'The wind got the better of me' - McIlroy on Open exit

Rory McIlroy says his failure to cope with the windy conditions which prevailed for much of the first two days at Royal Troon led to his failure to make the cut at the Open Championship.

PSG threaten legal action against Lyon owner Textor

Paris St-Germain threaten Lyon owner John Textor with legal action unless he stops what the French champions feel are "defamatory and damaging statements" about the club.

Van Gerwen into World Matchplay semi-finals

Michael van Gerwen books his place in the semi-finals of the World Matchplay in Blackpool with a 16-10 win over Andrew Gilding.

'Terrific round of golf' - Lowry overcomes trouble to lead day two

Watch the best of Shane Lowry's round as he overcomes trouble on the eleventh hole and finishes round two on two-under 69 to move clear at the top of the leaderboard at The Open at Royal Troon.

Watch: England overcome France to win Under-20s World Cup

Watch highlights as England beat France 21-13 in the final to win the Under-20 World Cup - their first title since 2016.

Crowds roar as Rose makes huge birdie putt on last

Watch the moment Justin Rose makes a huge birdie putt on the last to finish two behind the lead with a score of three-under 68 on day two at The Open at Royal Troon.

'Finally, this partnership ends' - Stokes dismisses Athanaze for 82

West Indies' Alick Athanaze is caught by Harry Brook off the bowling of captain Ben Stokes on day two of the second Test at Trent Bridge.

Watch: Woods gets huge ovation on the 18th

Watch as Tiger Woods receives a huge ovation as he walks the fairway on the 18th hole at The Open day two at Royal Troon.

'Low-key sympathy as good as it gets for diminished Woods'

Tiger Woods arrived at Royal Troon saying he could contend. He left with only sympathy to show for his efforts, writes Tom English.

Antony may leave Man Utd on loan - Saturday's gossip

Manchester United are prepared to let Antony leave on loan, Sergi Roberto is keen on a Premier League move, Crystal Palace prepare a bid for Emile Smith Rowe, plus more.

Tomkins reverses retirement to play for Catalans

Former England captain Sam Tomkins comes out of retirement to play for Catalans Dragons.

Norris tops Hungarian GP practice as Leclerc crashes

Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz leads Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in first practice at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Huddersfield end losing streak against Salford

Jake Connor's kicking is key as Huddersfield win a tight contest against play-off hopefuls Salford

Durham & Gloucs claim last T20 quarter-final spots

Durham and Gloucestershire make the T20 Blast quarter-finals, while Birmingham Bears, Notts, Northants, Glamorgan, Sussex, Hampshire and Kent all win.

Wales, Scotland & NI learn Euro 2025 play-off rivals

Scotland will face Hungary, Northern Ireland have been drawn against Croatia and Wales will take on Slovakia in the first round of Euro 2025 play-offs.

'Win a major tournament' - FA reveals England job spec

Fancy yourself as the next England manager? The FA has revealed what it expects from the new leader of the Three Lions.

'At one point, it was about getting round under 90'

At one stage, Bob MacIntyre's head was gone. His Open had disappeared with it. But then he staged a remarkable fightback.

Everton takeover talks with Friedkin Group called off

The Friedkin Group has ended talks with Everton over a takeover of the club.

Murphy fights back to reach Shanghai Masters final

Shaun Murphy produces a stirring fightback to win five consecutive frames and progress to the Shanghai Masters final with a 10-8 win over Mark Selby.

Imperious Pogacar wins his fourth stage of 2024 Tour

Tadej Pogacar continues his dominance at this year's Tour de France as he wins his fourth stage to further extend his handsome overall lead.

Boycott discharged after throat cancer surgery

Former England captain Sir Geoffrey Boycott leaves hospital after an operation to remove a tumour from his throat.

Seven-try Leigh overpower London Broncos

Leigh Leopards run in seven tries against Super League's bottom club London Broncos.

Burnout and back again - Peaty's road to Paris

Adam Peaty admits he wanted to quit swimming after his life came "crashing down" but the Briton is back aiming for a historic third Olympic gold.

Former 400m hurdles world champion Greene retires

Former world, European and Commonwealth 400m hurdles champion Dai Greene retires from competitive athletics at the age of 38.

Korea FA contacts Fifa over alleged racist abuse of Hwang

The Korean FA writes to Fifa after Wolves' Hwang Hee-chan is the target of an alleged racist remark by a Como player in a pre-season friendly.

Nadal reaches first semi of season at Swedish Open

Rafael Nadal reaches his first semi-final of the season as he comes from behind to defeat Argentine Mariano Navone at the Swedish Open.

The three and a half minutes that has been years in the making

Josh Kerr will go for gold in the men's Olympic 1500m in Paris. Those three-and-a-half minutes will be the culmination of years of work.

London hosts Diamond League stars before Paris 2024

Keely Hodgkinson, Matthew Hudson-Smith and Molly Caudery are among the British stars in action as London hosts the final Diamond League meeting before the Paris Olympics.

Ten young stars to follow at the Paris Olympics

BBC Sport takes a look at the young rising stars and future champions set to shine at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

Hodge makes 'superb' century - best shots

Watch the best shots from West Indies' Kavem Hodge as he scores a "superb" century against England on day two of Second Test at Trent Bridge.

'He's not happy' - Lowry's double-bogey drama

Watch Shane Lowry's drama-filled eleventh-hole which results in a double-bogey on day two of The Open at Royal Troon.

How 'bravery & skill' fuelled West Indies fightback

Today at the Test's Carlos Brathwaite and Sir Alastair Cook reflect on an "impressive" day for West Indies at Trent Bridge. runs against England on day two of the Second Test match at Trent Bridge.

'That's what people want!' Wood excites crowd with rapid delivery

England's Mark Wood bowls a rapid 97.1mph delivery on day two of the second Test at Trent Bridge.

Bashir makes breakthrough with Louis wicket

Watch as England take their first wicket as Mikyle Louis is caught by Harry Brook off the bowling of Shoaib Bashir on day two of the second Test at Trent Bridge.

Kante 'rifles in' long-range goal against Man Utd

N'Golo Kante "rifles in" a superb long-range goal for Chelsea in their FA Cup quarter-final win over Manchester United at Stamford Bridge in 2017.

'What a beauty!' - McIlroy, Woods & Rose star in day one's best shots

Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and Justin Rose feature in day one's best shots at The Open at Royal Troon.

Could you lift as much as Emily Campbell?

BBC Sport challenges regular gym goers to lift as much as Team GB Olympic weightlifter Emily Campbell.

'What a round!' - England's Brown leads the Open on debut

Watch the best of Daniel Brown's round as he takes a one-shot solo lead of the Open Championship in his very first appearance on day one at Royal Troon.

What's happening and when at the Paris Olympics?

Your day-by-day guide to what is happening when - and who to watch out for - at the Paris 2024 Olympics.

Fabregas becomes head coach at Serie A club Como

Former Arsenal, Chelsea and Spain midfielder Cesc Fabregas is named as Como's new head coach, signing a four-year deal.

The 'superstar' set for Musiala reunion - how Olise fits in at Bayern

BBC Sport looks at Michael Olise's move to Bayern Munich from Crystal Palace and how he might get on next season.

Uefa to investigate 'Gibraltar is Spanish' chant

Uefa appoints a disciplinary inspector after Spain captain Alvaro Morata and team-mate Rodri chanted "Gibraltar is Spanish" during their Euro 2024 celebrations.

Chelsea's Fernandez guilty of driving offence in Llanelli

Chelsea midfielder Enzo Fernandez is found guilty of failing to identify himself as the motorist who committed a driving offence in Wales.

Higher or lower? Tackle our transfer fee quiz!

Are you a transfer window expert? Here is a chance to prove your knowledge by taking on our higher or lower transfer fee quiz.

Which strikers could be on the move this summer?

Plenty of Premier League clubs are on the hunt for attacking talent this summer, but which players are likely to move?

How to follow Paris 2024 Olympics across the BBC

BBC TV channels and times, plus radio and online coverage details for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.

From milking cows to Man City - the story of Savinho

From milking cows to Manchester City - BBC Sport tells the story behind Pep Guardiola's new signing.

Wrexham in dreamland riding the red carpet

BBC Sport is in attendance as Wrexham return to the red carpet in Los Angeles.

Who will win 2024 Ballon d'Or?

BBC Sport looks at six of the probable contenders to win the 2024 Ballon d'Or, including England's Jude Bellingham.

How is the WSL transfer window developing?

Women's football in England is evolving and so is the transfer market - so what changes have been made to contracts?

The best photos from Euro 2024

Photographers explain how and why they captured the images which defined the tournament.

Tour de France 2024 - stage-by-stage guide

BBC Sport assesses the 21 stages of the Tour de France, with pointers to where the race could be won and lost.

An Olympic friendship that defied Hitler

Jesse Owens and Luz Long's embrace has become a defining image of Olympic sportsmanship, but it came with consequences.

Inside the gym building champions - and community

Molly McCann and Paddy Pimblett are MMA superstars but their Liverpool gym focuses on fighters of all abilities

Chasing the 'Ghost' - a superstar struck down by lightning

John White did the League and Cup Double, but his sudden death left his son searching for the man behind the comic-book persona.

Fuelling the Tour de France: Secrets of the team kitchens

Replacing the 6,000 calories burned daily by a Tour de France rider, while negotiating the vaguaries and motorways of a 21-stage, 2,100 mile race is a formidable challenge.

Panenka - the penalty that killed a career and started a feud

Antonin Panenka's penalty in the Euro 1976 final birthed a whole new 12-yard tactic. But the risks were higher than anyone could imagine.

The people v Andy Murray: Four weeks that changed him and us

In the space of a month in 2012, Andy Murray went from tears in the rain to gold in the sunshine, winning hearts and medals on Centre Court.

Running on a volcano's rim - the race in the shadow of an eruption

In 2021, La Palma's volcanos erupted, issuing tonnes of molten rock and a reminder of the perilious nature of the island's premier running race.

England overpower France to win Under-20 World Cup

England end France's dominance of the Under-20 World Cup and claim their first title since 2016 with a 21-13 victory in the final.

Lowry leads from Rose and Brown at Royal Troon Open

Ireland's Shane Lowry sets the clubhouse target at seven under in round two of The Open at Royal Troon.

Home damage victim shocked by Wales captain choice Hill

A year before naming Cory Hill captain, Wales coach met victim of house attack involving the player.

'The wind got the better of me' - McIlroy on Open exit

Rory McIlroy says his failure to cope with the windy conditions which prevailed for much of the first two days at Royal Troon led to his failure to make the cut at the Open Championship.