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Kerr ends Tour title drought
Cristie Kerr carded four straight birdies on the back nine to win her first LPGA Tour title in almost two years, at the Kia Classic.
Ecclestone calls for women's F1
Bernie Ecclestone has suggested creating a women's world championship to run alongside Formula 1 on race weekends.
Sky Live: Bath v Mavericks
Hertfordshire Mavericks take on Team Bath in the Netball Superleague as the race for the four final spots heats up in round 11.
Bristol Academy crushed again
Bristol Academy have been knocked out of the Women's Champions League after Frankfurt completed a 12-0 aggregate victory in their quarter-final clash.
City ladies left frustrated
Birmingham rallied after Freda Ayisi was sent off to hold Manchester City to a 0-0 draw in their opening game of the FA Women’s Super League season.
Armitstead claims fourth win
Britain’s Lizzie Armitstead sprinted to her fourth win of the season at the Trofeo Alfredo Binda one-day race in Italy.
Nocera seals Agadir success
Gwladys Nocera made amends for the heartbreak of her play-off defeat 12 months ago by coming back to claim a two stroke victory in the Lalla Meryem Cup.
Thunder win Roses clash
Reigning Superleague champions Manchester Thunder continued their unbeaten start to the season thanks to a dramatic last-gasp victory against Yorkshire Jets at the Thunderdome.
May to front anti-racism group
Italian football's new anti-racism campaign is being fronted by former Olympic long-jumper Fiona May.
Mirim Lee claims Kia lead
South Korea's Mirim Lee carded a six-under-par 66 to secure a one-shot lead ahead of the final round of the Kia Classic in southern California.
Watson bows out in Miami
Heather Watson suffered a second-round exit in Miami where she lost her rain-affected match after a topsy-turvy clash with world No 15 Angelique Kerber.
Second gold for Storey
Dame Sarah Storey won a second gold at the UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships in Apeldoorn, with victory in the C5 Pursuit giving her an 11th para-cycling track world title.
Nocera out in front in Morocco
Two late birdies from Gwladys Nocera saw the Frenchwoman pull two strokes clear after the third round of the Lalla Meryem Cup.
Hayes: City, Arsenal to compete
Chelsea Ladies boss Emma Hayes expects both Manchester City Women and Arsenal to launch a title challenge in the FA Women's Super League this season.
Kenya sweep World Cross Country
Kenya strode to gold in both the men's and women's races at the World Cross Country Championships in China on Saturday with 19-year-old Agnes Tirop and Geoffrey Kipsang taking their first titles.
Tuktamysheva wins gold
Russian teenager Elizaveta Tuktamysheva took gold at the World Figure Skating Championships in Shanghai on Saturday.
Record round puts Pressel top
Morgan Pressel's course record 64 was enough to lift her into a tie for the lead at the halfway stage of the LPGA Kia Classic in California.
Nocera leads, Hull survives
Gwladys Nocera charged into the halfway lead at the Lalla Meryem Cup as defending champion Charley Hull scraped into the weekend with nothing to spare.
Teenager Bellis targets Serena
American CiCi Bellis cannot wait to face Serena Williams after the teenager eased through round two at the Miami Open.
North Thunderstruck with netball
Manchester Thunder's Superleague semi-final showdown at the Manchester Arena will make sure netball is 'as big in the North as it is in the South', says Sara Bayman.