More quality games for Sky Sports customers
Ten races exclusively live on Sky Sports F1 in 2014
Watch the full-length version of Sky Sports News' exclusive chat with McLaren boss Ron Dennis.
Adam Bate addresses the main issues to emerge from England's game against Denmark at Wembley.
Listen to the latest news and views from the NFL with our very own Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold.
Norwich could find themselves drifting towards relegation under Chris Hughton, writes Adam Bate.
Missed any of the action during pre-season testing? Then this one-stop index page is just for you.
Great Britain booked their spot at next year's European Championships after a 94-85 overtime victory against Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Chicago Bulls star Luol Deng scored 38 points while Pops Mensah-Bonsu grabbed 32 as well as dominating the paint with 21 rebounds during a tense contest at the Echo Arena in Liverpool.
The hosts had trailed by three points heading into the final minute of regulation time but big plays from Deng and Mensah-Bonsu forced an extra period they would go on to dominate.
Britain had to endure a frustrating night, however, as Ratko Varda burst through the defence several times in a sloppy first quarter.
And every time it seemed that the hosts had settled and built a solid lead, Bosnia would rally to bring themselves back into the contest.
Deng had an erratic start and talked himself into a technical foul but managed to get his game together, laying-in to put his side up 75-69.
But Henry Domercant hit back with a pair of three-pointers to reduce the gap to one and after Deng missed two free-throws, Zlatan Bajramovic put the visitors 81-78 ahead with 57 second on the clock.
Deng and Mensah-Bonsu then held their nerve at the free-throw line to force overtime, with a three-pointer and steal from Nate Reinking giving them the momentum they needed to secure a victory that puts them top of Group B.
"We can't emphasise too much how it's all part of this journey towards the Olympic Games and the World Championships."
Holly Bleasdale has the chance to put a year marred by injury well and truly behind her this Sunday.
There is nothing worse for an athlete than being injured. Forced to watch from the sidelines as your rivals and team-mates train and compete. For almost two years though, that is exactly the situation Louis Persent has found himself in.