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Bronze for Powell in Mexico
Natalie Powell claimed a bronze medal for Great Britain on the final day of the IJF World Judo Masters in Mexico.
Farah downplays Zika worries
Mo Farah has insisted he is not anxious about the Zika virus and will be taking his family with him to the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this summer.
Wilson wins high bar gold
Nile Wilson became the first Briton to win gold on the high bar at the European Championships on Sunday, with his team-mate Kristian Thomas taking the silver.
Johnson-Thompson going to Rio
Heptathlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson has qualified for this summer's Olympic Games in Rio after finishing sixth at the Hypo-Meeting in Gotzis.
Gatlin hits form ahead of Rio
Justin Gatlin warmed up for this summer’s Olympics by running the fastest 100m time of the year at the Prefontaine Classic Diamond League meeting in Eugene, Oregon.
Coe: London not the dirtiest
Sebastian Coe has rejected claims that London 2012 may have been the dirtiest Olympic Games in history.
Djokovic will play at Rio
Novak Djokovic admits he is concerned by the Zika virus but is planning to play at the Olympics and feels cancelling the Games would be "unthinkable".
Gymnastics Euro silver for GB men
Great Britain's men had to settle for silver at the European Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Switzerland on Saturday.
Johnson-Thompson on course for Rio
Britain's Katarina Johnson-Thompson moved a step closer to qualifying for the Rio Olympics after shining in Gotzis on day one of the heptathlon.
Eight Russians fail 2012 retests
Russia's Olympic Committee has revealed that eight of the country's athletes have registered positive in doping retests from the 2012 London Games.
Rio Games 'can go on'
Health officials have dismissed calls for this summer's Rio Olympics to be postponed or moved over the Zika crisis.
Xena: Warrior Pool Princess
She describes herself on Twitter as 70 per cent professional athlete, 10 per cent rockstar and the rest involves doughnuts.
Farah wins 10,000m in Oregon
Mo Farah showed no sign of rust as he began his preparations to defend his two Olympic gold medals in Rio this summer by winning the Prefontaine Classic 10,000 metres in Oregon.
'Move Rio Olympics or stop it'
This summer's Olympics in Rio should be postponed or moved because of the Zika outbreak, say health experts.
23 fail London 2012 retests
The International Olympic Committee has confirmed that 23 competitors from the 2012 London Olympics have failed doping retests.
USA women may miss Olympics
The USA women's football team - the reigning world champions - are threatening to go on strike over pay and could miss the Rio Olympics.
Marshall misses out on world final
British middleweight Savannah Marshall did not make the World Championship final after losing to her lively Dutch rival Nouchka Fontijn.
Sharapova in Russian Rio squad
Russia have included Maria Sharapova in their Olympic tennis team despite the star player being suspended over a positive test for the banned drug meldonium.
'I fear being the nearly guy'
Dreams. We all have them, particularly when we're young. We feel invincible and convinced our ambitions will be achieved.
Aussie awards himself mock gold
Olympic champion walker Jared Tallent has awarded himself a gold medal in a mock ceremony in the wake of reports that dozens of athletes failed retrospective drug tests from the 2008 Beijing Games.