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Celebrate Like a Hero
For 78 minutes, Fabrice Muamba's heart stopped beating.
Ryder Cup Countdown
Sky Sports has gathered a quartet of golfing greats to preview the 2014 Ryder Cup.
New Zealand remain top of the Rugby Championship after beating South Africa 14-10 in Wellington on Saturday.
A last-minute penalty from fly-half Bernard Foley gave the Waratahs a 33-32 win against the Crusaders who played their part in a scintillating final.
Bridging the gap
For more than 40 years the Firestone Country Club has hosted a PGA Tour event, one usually seen as a cut above the normal run of weekly tournaments.
Brazil without Neymar
Bryan Swanson reports from Teresopolis on how Brazil are coming to terms with Neymar's World Cup exit.
Who is the Greatest?
Saturday at Lord's is set to be a very special occasion and it is already sparking a very special series of debates.
Sports Day Survey
Have your say on school sport and what activities children do outside of school.
Exclusive: No fear for Cameron
Geoff Cameron comes into the World Cup finals as one of the USA's key players as they prepare to tackle Ghana, Portugal and Germany in Brazil.
Changes for England?
England may have lost the series but they two more chances to get a win in New Zealand. On Tuesday they will face Super Rugby high-flyers Canterbury before that third and final Test against the All Blacks in Canterbury.
Plenty of positives
England showed plenty of character and grit but ultimately New Zealand were too good as they wrapped up the series with a 28-27 win at Dunedin on Saturday.
Home of the US Open
Sky Sports will show the US Open Championship for a further five years as part of a new agreement for live golf that also includes women's, senior and amateur events from the USA.
World Cup with Sky
The World Cup is here and Sky Sports will keep you bang up to date with all the stories and colour from Brazil.
Sky News sports correspondent Paul Kelso reports from Rio where England begin training on Monday.
Belief is the key
Stuart Lancaster faces his toughest test since he took over as England coach in 2011 as he takes a young and inexperienced squad to face world champions New Zealand.
Geraint Hughes of Sky Sports News reports from Sao Paulo where thousands of workers have been made homeless in the past month.
New role for Rooney?
Paul Scholes set the agenda last week: We need to talk about Wayne Rooney. “There's a chance he's worn out,” wrote Scholes in his Paddy Power blog. “Wayne's peak may have been a lot younger than what we'd expect of footballers traditionally.”
Mixing with the best
Can Mauricio Pochettino cut it among the Premier League's big boys? Take a look at his best games.
Becks presents award
A Hampshire pupil has been crowned Sky Sports Living for Sport Student of the Year by David Beckham and Jessica Ennis-Hill.
World Cup squads
Check out details of all the squads from the 32 nations playing at this summer's World Cup in Brazil.