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Soccer Saturday's Jeff Stelling provides his predictions on each featured Super 6 game this week.
Hamilton or Rosberg? Will Merc maintain their perfect run? Can Ferrari prove Bahrain was a one-off?
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?
Golfer Nick Dougherty told What's The Story? that outgoing British Cycling chief Sir Dave Brailsford "conducted the orchestra" but his replacement Shane Sutton is only a "lead violinist".
Sir David Brailsford stepped down as performance director of British Cycling on Friday. Sky Sports News' cycling correspondent Orla Chennaoui looks back at his 11-year reign.
We take a look at Sir Dave Brailsford's life and career after he left his post as performance director at British Cycling to concentrate on his role with Team Sky.
The cycling world grinds to a halt on Sunday for one of the most prestigious and challenging races in the sport, Paris-Roubaix (April 13).
A selection of the world's best climbers and stage-race riders will renew their rivalry at the six-day Tour of the Basque Country (April 7-12).
Belgium grinds to a halt on Sunday as some of the toughest riders in cycling do battle at the legendary Tour of Flanders.
I haven't had many wins to talk about so far in this blog, but I'm really happy to say this post is very different.
Having helped Britain’s cyclists to 19 Olympic gold medals since 2000 and masterminded the first ever Tour de France victory for a British rider in 109 years – following it up with a second a year later – it is fair to say Sir Dave Brailsford knows what it takes to make it as an elite cyclist.
After a disappointing Track Cycling World Championships in Colombia, British Cycling performance director Sir Dave Brailsford is reviewing not only his riders, but also his own position.
We pick out this week's winners and losers after an action-packed seven days of sport.
Roger Hammond does not expect Simon Gerrans and Orica-GreenEdge to dominate the whole season, despite winning the Tour Down Under.
Team Sky are running out of options at the Santos Tour Down Under after Cadel Evans's show of strength, says Roger Hammond.
After a dearth of cycling action over the winter months, the first race of the season has already given us plenty to talk about.
Simon Gerrans looked in ominous form as he stormed to stage one of the Tour Down Under, says Roger Hammond.
BMX superstar Mike Mullen dropped into the Game Changers studio on Saturday - and talked about some of his crashes!
Cycling enjoyed another landmark year in 2013, with epic races, extreme weather, pulsating duels and yet more British success all combining to make it a season to remember.
With the Sportswomen of the Year awards getting ever closer we look at the nominees for the Team of the Year award.
Click here for the latest podcast as Sarah-Jane Mee greets Mike Atherton, Dani King, and more...
It promises to be a special What's the Story? on Wednesday night with a stellar line-up discussing the biggest and latest sporting stories.
Each week on What's The Story?, Sarah-Jane Mee and her expert panel look at some of the big talking points in sport.