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Jose Mourinho knows his Chelsea squad is "not perfect" but he remains committed to building a future at Stamford Bridge.
Australia needed only 11.4 overs of the final day to seal a 218-run win over England in Adelaide for 2-0 Ashes lead.
Munster took over top spot in Pool 6 of the Heineken Cup with a convincing 36-8 victory over previous leaders Perpignan.
New Zealand Warriors signing Sam Tomkins cannot wait to begin his new career in the NRL after being unveiled.
Henrik Stenson's achievements on both sides of the Atlantic have earned him the prestigious Golf Writers Trophy.
Tennis legend John McEnroe has called for doubles to be scrapped at grand slam tournaments.
WBO lightweight champion Ricky Burns will return to the ring in February to face mandatory challenger Terence Crawford.
Lydia Hislop reflects on last week's major action including the wins of Sire De Grugy and Arvika Ligeonnaire.
Williams have moved to strengthen their technical line-up by hiring aerodynamicists from both Red Bull and Lotus.
Great Britain's women's team pursuit quartet broke the world record at the Track Cycling World Cup.
The New Orleans Saints regained top spot in the NFC South after their 31-13 victory over the Carolina Panthers.
Mark Hunt and Antonio 'Bigfoot' Silva fought to a draw at UFC Fight Night 33 in Brisbane.
Defending world champion Phil Taylor will star on the opening night of this year's tournament on Friday December 13.
This month's Race of Champions event in Bangkok has been called off because of political upheaval in Thailand's capital.
Neil Robertson defeated Mark Selby 10-7 in the final of the williamhill.com UK Championship in York.
Kevan Miller scored his first NHL goal to help the Boston Bruins to a 5-2 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Christine Ohuruogu has been named Sunday Times and Sky Sports Sportswoman of the Year.
Swindon Robins have confirmed Troy Batchelor will be back in 2014 and will captain the side.