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Profits for Moore's Army of fans
The news from Nottingham on Wednesday, where Ryan Moore timed it right to strike aboard favourite Viren's Army.
Blatter ban recommended
FIFA's ethics committee has recommended suspending president Sepp Blatter for 90 days, a close friend and sometime advisor to the president has told Sky News.
Past failures spur on Gunter
Wales defender Chris Gunter admits some narrow failures in the past have spurred them on during the European Qualifiers.
Bertimont blow for Skelton
Bertimont, second in the Elite Hurdle and Haydock's Champion Hurdle Trial last season, will miss the whole of this season.
NFL extends international deal
NFL games will continue to be played outside the United States through to 2025, following an agreement between the team owners.
Charlie's Euro predictions
Charlie Nicholas fears for Scotland ahead of their crunch clash with Poland but also expects third-place rivals Republic of Ireland to be left empty handed when they hosts Germany.
Don Cossack ready to return
Don Cossack could reappear in the Star Best For Racing Coverage Chase at Punchestown next week.
WATCH: NFL on the Wire
NFL Fantasy Football expert Adam Rank joins Laura Woods to discuss Week 5 sits and starts and run through the latest sleepers on the waiver wire.
Thursday at the China Open
Home favourite Ze Zhang will have the support of the National Tennis Center in Beijing when he takes to the court for arguable the biggest match of his life against world No 1 Novak Djokovic at the China Open on Thursday.
New Saints deal for Clark
St Johnstone goalkeeper Zander Clark has signed a new contract extension with the Scottish Premiership club.
Dancer delights at Towcester
Betfair Hurdle winner Violet Dancer made a successful start to his career over fences in an intriguing contest at Towcester.
Errani makes China progress
Sara Errani battled back from a set down to overcome Germany's 13th-seed Andrea Petkovic 3-6 6-3 6-2 to go through to the quarter-finals of the China Open
Keane focused after baby birth
Robbie Keane insists he is ready and raring to go in the Republic of Ireland's crucial European Qualifier against Germany despite a "hectic" few days that has included the birth of his second son.
England wait to confirm openers
England assistant coach Paul Farbrace has revealed they will confirm whether Moeen Ali will partner skipper Alastair Cook at the top of the order after their final warm-up game against Pakistan A.
Pineau De Re's final season
Pineau De Re is in line to make his seasonal reappearance at Chepstow this weekend with trainer Dr Richard Newland acknowledging his racing days are coming to an end.
Reid ready for Samoa battle
Scotland prop Gordon Reid expects his team to out-muscle Samoa at St James' Park on Saturday and book their place in the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup.
Nawalka ready for tough test
Poland manager Adam Nawalka is prepared for a physical encounter with Scotland at Hampden on Thursday.
Merhi returns for Manor
Manor's Roberto Merhi admits he is eager to return to F1 action at the Russian Grand Prix for the first of his final two scheduled appearances of the 2015 season.
Cav has 'big job' to reach Rio
Shane Sutton has warned that Mark Cavendish has a “big job” on his hands to earn a place in Great Britain’s track team for Rio 2016 but is confident the Manxman’s bid to win a first Olympic medal will ultimately be successful.
Tomkins: Trio could hold key
Sam Tomkins believes the retiring Leeds trio of Jamie Peacock, Kevin Sinfield and Kylie Leuluai will provide additional motivation for the Rhinos in Saturday's Grand Final against Wigan on Saturday.
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