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Britain's Aljaz Bedene comes through the first round of qualifying at the Miami Open but compatriots Naomi Broady and Katie Swan are out (read more)


Dan Walker is joined by Andy Cole and John Hartson to preview Sunday's internationals, including England v Lithuania, Northern Ireland v Norway, and Scotland v Slovenia (read more)

Boxer James Degale and his mum Diane reveal how many times he calls a day, whether she still washes his sheets and if James has ever given her flowers for Mother's Day (read more)

Katie Taylor continues her push towards a world title shot by beating ex-IBF super-featherweight challenger Milena Koleva on points (read more)

Chris Robshaw can make the British and Irish Lions tour despite a 12-week injury lay-off, says club coach John Kingston (read more)

England manager Gareth Southgate says his team must have the "flexibility" to adapt against different opponents ahead of Sunday's World Cup qualifier against Lithuania (read more)

Favourite Arrogate wins the $10m Dubai World Cup at Meydan, ridden by Mike Smith and trained by Bob Baffert (read more)

Great Britain's Jamie Nicholls wins a World Cup bronze medal and finishes second in the slopestyle season rankings (read more)

Bradford City's German owner Edin Rahic and manager Stuart McCall speak to Football Focus about their ambitions for the season and the club's reputation for affordable season tickets (read more)

BBC Sport meets figure skater Penny Coomes, who is targeting a spot at next year's Winter Olympics after battling to fitness following a shattered kneecap and two operations (read more)

Former Wales striker John Hartson says he "can't defend" the tackle by Wales' Neil Taylor which broke the leg of the Republic of Ireland defender Seamus Coleman (read more)

Sir Bradley Wiggins says he will "shock a few people" when he has his say on an investigation into a "mystery package" delivered for him in 2011 (read more)

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