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The Open: Could US frat house hold key to Claret Jug?

Sometimes it's about who you know, and an invite to the elite Carnoustie frat house could be the key to unlocking the Open. More>>

Rory McIlroy in contention with stoic round at rain-sodden Open

Bad weather and Rory McIlroy have not made easy bedfellows in the past, but the Northern Irishman was stoic under the deluge to lay down a serious marker at Carnoustie. More>>

Louis Oosthuizen: Inside the golf bag of an Open champion

Golfers are meticulous in their planning for major tournaments. More>>

Ash Turner's journey with cerebral palsy to Open Championship debut

He fractured his skull after falling into a fish tank as a toddler, and had to wear a crash helmet at school as a result of his cerebral palsy, but Ash Turner ticked off a childhood dream when he made his Open debut at... More>>

IJF suspends Abu Dhabi Grand Slam and the Tunis Grand Prix

The International Judo Federation (IJF) has suspended the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam and the Tunis Grand Prix from its competition calendar, saying it wants to take a "firm and constructive stance in the fight against... More>>

The state of soccer in the US with 2026 World Cup on the horizon

More than 5,000 miles away from the World Cup final in Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium, thousands of fans filed into the Mercedez-Benz Stadium -- home of Atlanta United FC. More>>

LPGA star Brittany Lincicome 'happy' after PGA Tour debut

Two-time major champion Brittany Lincicome is happy. She has achieved what she wanted. More>>

NFL anthem policy shelved as talks with Players Association continue

The NFL is to shelve its new policy regarding conduct surrounding the national anthem until it reaches an agreement with the NFL Players Association. More>>

Sailing senses: How sound helps blind sailor Lucy Hodges win gold medals

During a rare spell of sunny hot weather in England, gold medalist Lucy Hodges takes the helm of a monohull off the coast of the Isle of Wight. More>>

Valtteri Bottas signs contract extension at Mercedes

Reigning Formula One constructors' champion Mercedes has locked down its options for next season's starting grid by securing the signature of Finnish driver Valtteri Bottas. More>>

Traveling the world, sought-after autographs -- The life of an F1 superfan

When it comes to memorabilia, Formula One superfan Sarah Merritt has it all. More>>

Tiger Woods fights for legacy -- great or greatest?

From the minute he swept into view, you knew something was different. More>>

Liverpool signs Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson from Roma for $84 million

Brazil international Alisson has joined Liverpool from Roma in an $84 million transfer -- a world record deal for a goalkeeper. More>>

Jhonattan Vegas takes helicopter to The Open, barely makes his tee time

The 1986 film "Clockwise" starring Monty Python actor John Cleese tells the story of a clock-watching headteacher's journey to chair an important conference thwarted at every turn. More>>

Denis Ten: Olympic figure skater stabbed to death

Tributes are being paid to Denis Ten, Kazakhstan's Olympic medal-winning figure skater, who died Thursday at the age of 25 after being stabbed. More>>

Rugby Sevens World Cup: USA going for glory on home soil

For American rugby player Matai Leuta, this year's birthday won't be an ordinary one. More>>

Lewis Hamilton agrees two-year contract extension at Mercedes

Reigning Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has signed a two-year contract extension at Mercedes and will remain with the team until the end of 2020. More>>

LPGA star Brittany Lincicome ready to compete against the men

Brittany Lincicome will be just the sixth woman to compete in a PGA Tour event, and the LPGA star is well aware of the historic implications. After all, the last -- and only -- woman to make the cut at a men's event was... More>>

NFL: Titans star Jurrell Casey says he'll protest during anthem and take fine

If the NFL thinks its new rule designed to quell player protests will end its national anthem controversy, it may want to think again. More>>

Rory McIlroy wants boyish bounce back to rekindle major mojo

He's the curly-haired kid who lit up Carnoustie as an amateur, and now Rory McIlroy hopes to channel some of that boyish bounce as he seeks a fifth major title at the Open this week. More>>

Donald Trump's Turnberry remains out in the cold as Open venue

The crown of Donald Trump's golf empire is set to remain out in the cold as a potential venue for the prestigious British Open. More>>

Phil Mickelson: How 'Lefty' grew to love links

He won the Open Championship in 2013 to stand on the brink of a career grand slam, but for years Phil Mickelson didn't think he had the right skillset for links golf. More>>

Lions captain Sam Warburton announces shock retirement from rugby aged 29

British and Irish Lions captain Sam Warburton has shocked the world of rugby, retiring from the game at the age of just 29. More>>

Why are the All Blacks so good?

Since the 2011 Rugby World Cup, New Zealand has boasted an 89% win record. It's an intimidating haul of results since it won that event on home soil, including a second consecutive World Cup title in 2015, the nation's... More>>

Kylian Mbappe: The boy from Bondy who never forgot his birthplace

'I can be someone, I can be someone," say the kids playing football in Bondy, Kylian Mbappe's birthplace. More>>

Tiger Woods: Open's need for creativity offers best chance of major success

He's an old man compared to golf's young guns, but Tiger Woods says the British Open gives him the best chance of adding to his major tally for the first time in 10 years. More>>

Uganda rugby star Solomon Okia revels in World Cup dream

The world of rugby sevens is inhabited by giants, but one small African nation will be making its debut at this weekend's World Cup in San Francisco. More>>

Jean Van de Velde: Frenchman forever linked with sporting disaster

It was as heart-breaking as it was excruciating to see a man slowly lose his grip on a childhood dream. More>>

Golf's Open fills sporting void at course known as 'Car-nasty'

The World Cup has been lifted and the Wimbledon prizes handed out. But for bereft sports fans, golf's British Open is stepping in smartly to fill the void. More>>

Usain Bolt in talks for soccer trial with Australia's Central Coast Mariners

The world's fastest man isn't ready to slow down just yet. More>>

Cristiano Ronaldo arrives to crowd fanfare at Juventus

The world's most famous summer signing showed up for his Juventus medical in style on Monday to a throng of new supporters in Turin holding signs, waving banners and singing songs. More>>

France celebrates World Cup success: The good, the bad and the ugly

As the heavens opened in Russia and torrential rain lashed down upon the triumphant French team, millions took to the streets of Paris in celebration. More>>

Former NHL goalie Ray Emery dies at 35

Former NHL goaltender Ray Emery was found dead Sunday in the harbor in Hamilton, Ontario, hours after he disappeared while swimming, police said. More>>

World Cup 2018: Best moments of Russia 2018

After 64 matches, 169 goals, 49,651 passes and four red cards, Russia 2018 is over and France was the last team standing. More>>

World Cup final: France crowned world champion after 4-2 win over Croatia

There was to be no final, dramatic twist in a World Cup which has been full of joyous surprises and jaw-dropping late drama. More>>

Formula E: Jean-Eric Vergne sets seal on title triumph as Audi Sport takes team crown

Jean Eric-Vergne capped a triumphant day for France by winning the final round of the Formula E championship in New York Sunday to set the seal on his title-winning season. More>>

Novak Djokovic breezes past Kevin Anderson to win fourth Wimbledon title

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal dominated men's grand slam tennis in the last year and a half. More>>

Serena Williams sends a message to mothers after Wimbledon loss

Tennis superstar Serena Williams had a message for mothers after her loss at Wimbledon: "I was playing for you today." More>>

Richie Porte crashes out of Tour de France for second year in a row

Cyclist Richie Porte isn't having much fortune at the Tour de France after the Australian crashed out of the race for a second successive year. More>>

Turnberry: The little bit of Britain that belongs to Donald Trump

Away from the protests that have accompanied his visit to Britain and in between diplomatic meetings, US President Donald Trump fitted in a game of golf with his son Eric. More>>

Formula E: Frenchman Jean-Eric Vergne clinches title on Bastille Day

Jean-Eric Vergne clinched the Formula E title for France on Bastille Day as the penultimate round in New York was won by departing champion Lucas di Grassi. More>>

Belgium records best World Cup finish with victory over England

Having previously contested the match no team wanted to win, Belgium and England squared up in the contest neither side wanted to play. More>>

Kerber easily beats record-chasing Williams to win first Wimbledon title

It was not meant to be for Serena Williams as Angelique Kerber comfortably beat the record-chasing American in straight sets to secure a first Wimbledon title and third grand slam. More>>

Wimbledon: Kevin Anderson outslugs John Isner in six-hour match to reach final

Kevin Anderson outslugged fellow giant John Isner in a record match lasting six hours, 36 minutes to reach his first Wimbledon final. More>>

Kylian Mbappe: The 'phenomenon that breathes and sleeps football'

Situated in a lavish corner of France, AS Monaco's famed football academy has produced some of the game's biggest stars. More>>

World Cup: What's the secret to Croatia's footballing success?

On the morning after the night before, eyes learning to refocus again after giddily celebrating Croatia reaching a first World Cup final, Anita Sambol jumped into her car and made the 60 kilometer journey to Zagreb. More>>

Li Na doesn't miss playing tennis, but she does miss 'fighting competition'

Four years after retiring from tennis, two-time grand slam winner Li Na is back at Wimbledon playing in the 2018 edition's legends tournament. More>>

Jordan Pickford: Washington's new leading man

If Donald Trump thought he would arrive in England as the most popular man from Washington then he was sorely mistaken. More>>

Serena Williams reaches Wimbledon final to continue fairytale comeback

Serena Williams continued her fairytale comeback from maternity leave as she beat Julia Goerges Thursday to reach her 10th Wimbledon final. More>>

Dejan Lovren: A child refugee ... now he will play in the World Cup final

It's been 20 years since Croatia not only burst onto the World Cup scene, but also since they advanced beyond the group stages. More>>

Rugby sevens' Olympics inclusion has 'profound effect on the sport'

The inclusion of rugby sevens in the Olympic Games has had "profound effect on the sport," attracting an estimated 30 million fans globally, according to World Rugby. More>>

Roger Federer suffers shock Wimbledon loss to Kevin Anderson

In unfamiliar surroundings at Wimbledon, Roger Federer suffered an unfamiliar defeat against a big server who just didn't flinch. More>>

'Historic,' 'Indescribable:' Croatia reacts to reaching first World Cup final

Fans let off flares in the streets and smoke filled the night sky, as Croatia celebrated the goal which took the national football team to the World Cup final for the first time in the country's history. More>>

Cristiano Ronaldo: Is he worth it?

Even in silhouette, his celebratory pose is instantly recognizable to sports fans across the world. More>>

Serena Williams rallies to reach Wimbledon semifinals

Serena Williams may have been out of the grand slam game for roughly 16 months as she started a family, but when her back is against the wall -- as one opponent put it last month -- the real Serena still comes out. More>>

France beat Belgium's 'golden generation' to reach World Cup final

Twenty years after France first won the World Cup, Les Bleus moved to within one match of repeating the feats of the celebrated team of 1998 by beating Belgium to reach Sunday's final. More>>

How Gareth Southgate became an 'elegant' style icon

From reigning champions Germany going out in the group stages to Russia beating Spain, there have been many surprising twists at this World Cup -- but perhaps none more so than England manager Gareth Southgate becoming a... More>>

Cristiano Ronaldo leaves Real Madrid for Juventus as 'new chapter' begins

After nine years, 16 trophies and 451 goals, Cristiano Ronaldo is leaving Real Madrid. More>>

Warren Weir: Jamaican sprinter set to electrify rugby sevens

Rugby is a game for all shapes and sizes but the speedsters have always turned heads. More>>

Wilhemena 'Bill' Smith: Australia's first female jockey who lived life as a man

Until 1979 in Australia, women were forbidden from competing against men in horse racing. More>>

Isner makes first Wimbledon quarterfinal, hopes Trump will watch him

John Isner waited a lot longer than his famed marathon encounter against Nicolas Mahut to finally make a Wimbledon quarterfinal. But it is a case of better late than never for the towering American. More>>

Thierry Henry's 'heart will be split' by World Cup semifinal

From 32 nations at the World Cup, four remain. More>>

Neymar: Ridiculed for his theatrics, where does the Brazilian go from here?

This was supposed to be the World Cup where the greats dazzled with a string of performances that would leave fans purring and have future generations uttering their names for years to come. More>>

Kim Sei-Young's 31-under score smashes LPGA record

Kim Sei-Young went where no female golfer had gone before. More>>

Mercedes ignites war of words with Ferrari over British GP incident

Their fierce rivalry on the track spilled over into a war of words in the paddock as Lewis Hamilton railed against what he called "interesting tactics" after a Ferrari collided with a Mercedes for the second time in three... More>>

Wimbledon 2018: Venus Williams, Madison Keys latest top-10 seeds to exit

It has been a record-setting week for the top-10 women's seeds at Wimbledon. But it is not the type of history they wanted to create. More>>