Red Bull launch new RB14 car for 2018 season

The RB14 bucks the team's trend of recent years, by appearing well before the start of pre-season testing.

13:53 | Auto-Moto |

Casey Stoney joins coaching staff after announcing retirement

“I’m delighted to be joining Phil Neville’s Lionesses’ backroom team! Weds LFCLadies game could be my last. I’d like to thank everyone that made my dreams come true …”

12:09 | Other |

USA beat Finland to reach gold medal match

It will be a third successive appearance in the gold medal match for the Americans, who have lost to fierce rivals Canada on each occasion.

09:27 | Winter sports |

Australia vice-captain declares retirement

More recently serving as national vice-captain, Blackwell - whose identical twin sister Kate also played for Australia between 2004 and 2008 - will continue to play for Sydney Thunder in the Women's Big Bash League.

08:47 | Other |

Roger Federer to win Rotterdam Open title and return to the top

"It's unbelievable to be number one again. This is one of the best weeks of my life."

07:17 | Tennis |

Petra Kvitova beats Garbine Muguruza to win title

It was Kvitova's fourth win over a top-10 player in Doha this week, after victories against Caroline Wozniacki, Julia Gorges and Elina Svitolina.

07:00 | Tennis |

Real Madrid win eight-goal thriller

Nacho's own goal put Betis ahead at the break but Sergio Ramos, Asensio and Cristiano Ronaldo scored to put the defending champions in control.

06:51 | Football |

Great Britain's Penny Coomes and Nick Buckland advance in ice dance

The pair scored 68.36 in the short dance and finished 10th with the top 20 competing in Tuesday's free dance.

06:26 | Winter sports |

Watt to receive honorary doctorate for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

"In the year following the devastation of Hurricane Harvey and the community's incredible response, it was most fitting to honor two community leaders who contributed in major ways, Dr. Persse and J.J. Watt," Baylor president Paul Klotman said in a statement.

16/02 | Other |

IOC defends decision to send home Adam Pengilly from Pyeongchang

It is reported that, in the letter, Pengilly apologised for not stopping after being asked for his accreditation at a hotel in Pyeongchang and for running away from the officer

16/02 | Winter sports |