US-born sisters in one-two at British Championships

London (AFP) - American-born sisters Tiffany Porter and Cindy Ofili finished first and second in the 100 metres hurdles at the British Championships on Saturday.

Melissa Reid no longer a rebel with a cause

By Tony Jimenez LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Melissa Reid turned into a rebel with a cause after suffering a family bereavement in 2012 and only in the last few months has she been able...

Button has little to smile about at Silverstone

By Alan Baldwin SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - Jenson Button joked he would like to see reverse starting grids introduced into Formula One with immediate effect but the McLaren driver...

Worst yet to come for McLaren - Alonso

Silverstone (United Kingdom) (AFP) - Fernando Alonso on Saturday warned disappointed McLaren fans that things will be worse, before they are better, after he and Jenson Button failed to progress from Q1 at the British Grand Prix.

France finally reap Olympic reward for Gay doping

PARIS (AFP) - France were on Saturday belatedly awarded bronze medals for the men's 4x100m relay at the 2012 Olympics after the United States were disqualified due to Tyson Gay's doping ban.

Kvitova shattered by surprise Wimbledon exit

London (AFP) - Deposed Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova admitted it will take her weeks to recover from the shock of her third round defeat against Jelena Jankovic.

Defending champ Kvitova crashes out of Wimbledon

London (AFP) - Petra Kvitova's reign as Wimbledon champion came to a shock end on Saturday as Jelena Jankovic staged a superb fightback to claim a 3-6, 7-5, 6-4 third round victory.

Dennis relieved at career highlight

Utrecht (Netherlands) (AFP) - Rohan Dennis became only the seventh Australian to wear the Tour de France yellow jersey after winning the 2015 edition's opening stage on Saturday.

South African Van Zyl hits front at French Open

PARIS (Reuters) - South African Jaco Van Zyl is on course to land his first European Tour win after galloping two strokes clear of the field in the French Open third round at Le Golf National on Satur...

Wambach ready to do what it takes for World Cup glory

Vancouver (AFP) - Abby Wambach insists she doesn't care if she's on the bench or on the pitch come Sunday, all she wants when the final whistle blows is that the United States have one goal more than Japan in the Women's World Cup final.