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Sky Sports News HQ is coming
Sky Sports News will relaunch on channel 401 as Sky Sports News HQ from August 12, offering even more breaking news across a streamlined TV, digital and mobile service.
Thommo - It's Gerrard's call
Phil Thompson says Brendan Rodgers will not attempt to influence Steven Gerrard’s decision over his international future.
On Demand to return
Trainer Andrew Balding tells Sky Sports News' that race horse On Demand should be back racing by mid-July.
Downie wins May award
Gymnast Rebecca Downie has been named the Sportswoman Of The Month for May.
This week's inspirational Sportswomen guest was Karen Pickering MBE, writes host Hayley McQueen.
Names on the plane?
Sky Sports News' England reporter Nick Collins names the 23 men, as it stands, who he thinks will be in Roy Hodgson's England squad this summer.
This week, Sky Sports' Charlie Webster is taking on on a huge physical challenge.
Deadline Day Live
Deadline Day is certain to throw up some surprises and panic buys and Sky Sports news will be on-hand with all the latest.
No cutting edge
David O'Leary says Manchester United are lacking a cutting edge and need to bring in some world class players.
Who's on the plane?
Following the defeat to Germany we asked former England midfielder Ray Parlour to pick his 23-man England squad for the World Cup.
He expects few surprises on the plane this summer - although the likes of Michael Carrick, Ross Barkley and Adam Lallana will miss the cut if he's right.
Valencia's academy is tucked away to the north of the city, and the club are beavering away as they try to bring about a silent revolution away from prying eyes.
Beckham launches Sky Academy
Geraint Hughes reports on a very special day at Sky Studios in London.
On Demand to return
Sky Sports News racehorse On Demand is nearing a return to the track, following her debut in September.
15 years of Sky Sports News
Sky Sports News was launched back in October 1998 and this is how the channel has evolved over the years.
Bold gamble pays off
Sky Sports News chief football correspondent Nick Collins paid tribute to 'bold' Roy Hodgson and England after they kept their hopes of World Cup qualification on track against Montenegro.
Andros Townsend hogged the headlines after netting on his Three Lions debut, but Peter Taylor was impressed by some of England's older heads during the 4-1 win over Montenegro at Wembley.
This weekend we have one of the most influential middle distance races on the calendar to look forward to, the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp on Sunday.
Hazel: Pressured to look good
Former heptathlete Louise Hazel says she felt more pressured than ever to look good in the lead up to last year's London Olympics.
Sportswomen's 'image' burden
Women in sport are still burdened by the pressure to look good as well as perform on the field or track, according to top female athletes.
Three titles in six years.