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Soccer Saturday's Jeff Stelling provides his predictions on each featured Super 6 game this week.
David Moyes could be in for a mixed reception when he returns to Goodison, writes Vinny O'Connor.
Luis Suarez has 11 goals in his last four games against Norwich. Can he improve that total?
Listen to Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold's latest podcast as they discuss the state of the NFC West.
Nicola Minichiello was queen of the ice in 2009 when she became world champion in the two-woman bobsleigh.
Three-time squash world champion Nick Matthew explains what it takes to be the best of the best.
On Friday, three weeks to the day since Elise Christie’s Olympic dream came crashing down in Sochi, the British short-track speed skater will be back in action at another major competition, the ISU World Championships in Montreal.
Sam Oldham has set his sights on wowing the selectors at the upcoming English and British Championships to ensure himself of a place at the summer’s two biggest events – the European Championships and the Commonwealth Games.
Holly Bleasdale has the chance to put a year marred by injury well and truly behind her this Sunday.
"We can't emphasise too much how it's all part of this journey towards the Olympic Games and the World Championships."
There is nothing worse for an athlete than being injured. Forced to watch from the sidelines as your rivals and team-mates train and compete. For almost two years though, that is exactly the situation Louis Persent has found himself in.
Last weekend saw Sheffield play host to the British Indoor Athletics Championships as the country's finest battled it out in the hope of making the GB squad for next month's World Indoor Championships in Poland.
Olivia Breen set her sights on long jump success at the European Championships and Commonwealth Games despite having only taken up the event in the past few months.
Having coached numerous athletes to Olympic medals it is fair to say that Tony Lester knows better than most what it takes to get to the very top of their sport.
The first long-course international swimming meet of 2014 takes place this weekend, with the world's best swimmers competing at the Flanders Cup in Belgium.
Having coached numerous athletes to Olympic medals it is fair to say that Tony Lester knows better than most what an athlete needs to get to the very top of their sport.
With the Winter Olympics little over a month away, the assumption would be that all those competing would be ironing out any problems, with the focus solely on the Games.
This time last year everything was going according to plan for Quillan Isidore.
Bobsleigh star Serita Shone told Game Changers how the film 'Cool Runnings' inspired her to take up the sport.
Sky Sports will bring you 14 rounds of live action from the ZEO Netball Superleague plus the semi-finals and final with our dedicated broadcast team.
Nick Matthew told Game Changers how proud he is to be the number one squash player in the world.
Glasgow will play host when the greatest swimmers in Europe face the world's number one swimming nation, the USA, this weekend.
With just 50 days until the Winter Olympic Games get underway in Sochi and the squad now announced, Britain's Short Track Speed Skaters really are in the final stretch ahead of an event that could come to define their sporting careers.
Sport has always been an integral part of Alicia's life. Before she became ill she trained with our three local sports clubs and just weeks prior to her diagnosis she had competed in the UK Schools Biathlon Finals in London.