Christian Horner believes Red Bull could have finished on the podium at the British GP had Daniil Kvyat not spun on his in-lap.
Raheem Sterling has returned to pre-season training as speculation continues about his future at Liverpool
Action-packed Silverstone race served up was a much-needed shot in the arm for F1, according to Monday’s newspapers.
Wicklow Brave could return to the jumping game in the Grimes Hurdle at Tipperary.
England's players have returned to the UK after finishing third at the Women's World Cup in Canada.
Wind Fire could go to Ireland in an attempt to go one better in Group company following her second at Sandown.
We look at the challenge facing Phil Neville as he becomes assistant manager at Valencia.
FA chief executive Martin Glenn has called on FIFA boss Sepp Blatter to stand down.
After going from running one-two to finishing off the podium, Rob Smedley faced the media to try to defend Williams' strategy.
Ferrari's Maurizio Arrivabene has confirmed it was Kimi Raikkonen who made the wrong call to pit early for inters at Silverstone.
Brendan Rodgers says the appointment of Sean O'Driscoll as his new assistant manager can take Liverpool in a new technical direction.
Chris Waller has his eyes set on July Cup glory after watching Brazen Beau go through his paces in Newmarket on Monday.
James Anderson says his sledging days are behind him but admits 'confrontation has benefited my bowling in the past.'
Embattled French coach Philippe Saint-Andre is confident Les Bleus can put their recent indifferent form behind them.
England's Lucy Bronze lost out to USA hero Carli Lloyd in the award for best player at the Women's World Cup.
Andy Murray warned he must serve at his very best against Ivo Karlovic or face Wimbledon exit on Monday.
Samoa coach Stephen Betham has named his starting line-up for Wednesday's historic match with New Zealand.
FIFA officials were booed by the crowd before the trophy presentation at the Women's World Cup final.
Stephen Moore has been reappointed Australia captain for 2015 and will lead the Wallabies at the Rugby World Cup.
Carli Lloyd scored a 13-minute hat-trick to inspire USA to a 5-2 victory over Japan in the Women's World Cup final.