Ronnie O'Sullivan was beaten 6-0 by Mark Selby in the Players Championship quarter-finals in Telford.
In a historic moment for disability sport, the London Marathon has become the first to make its prize money for wheelchair and able-bodied athletes the same.
Transgender cyclist Emily Bridges says she is prepared to take British Cycling to court to fight the competition ban saying her human rights have been violated.
Dina Asher-Smith and Katarina Johnson-Thompson have opted out of competing in the World Indoor Championships to focus on their preparations for the Olympics.
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Saudi Arabia will stage a new snooker ranking event later this year that will become the sport's 'fourth major' and offer the second-largest prize purse in world snooker.
Sir Mo Farah and Eliud Kipchoge have led tributes to marathon star Kelvin Kiptum, who was destined to "achieve incredible greatness" before being killed in a car crash.
World marathon record holder and London Marathon winner Kelvin Kiptum has died aged 24 in a road accident in Kenya.
Three-time Olympic champion Adam Peaty took bronze in the men's 100m breaststroke final on his World Championships return in Doha.
Five-time Commonwealth Games champion Claudia Fragapane has announced her retirement from gymnastics at the age of 26.
Three-time Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce has revealed she plans to retire after the Paris Games this summer.
Parkrun has removed its speed records to reduce their 'off-putting' nature amid criticism about allowing transgender women to compete in the female category.
Banned Russian skater Kamila Valieva has blamed testing positive for Trimarizidine when she was 15 on a strawberry dessert prepared by her grandfather.
Judd Trump scooped his fourth ranking title of the snooker season with a 10-5 victory over Si Jiahui at the German Masters.
'Meatball' Molly McCann has snapped her two-fight losing streak by submitting Diana Belbita at UFC Fight Night 235.
As part of LGBT+ History Month, double World Championships GB and Jamaica swimmer Michael Gunning discusses being the sporting role model he never had.