The 2015 Tour de France will start in the Dutch town of Utrecht in 2015, the organisers of the world-famous biking event announced on Friday.
Just before the Anniversary Games in London at the end of July, Mo Farah watched his Olympic 5,000 and 10,000 metres races for the first time.
The world's eyes will be fixed on Moscow, Russia from 10 to 18 August as the world's top track and field athletes compete in the IAAF World Championships, the major athletics meet since the London ...
One of the favourites for the women's 200 metres title, the American Allyson Felix, will face a serious challenge from the fast-improving Murielle Ahouré from Côte D'Ivoire.
Usain Bolt better look over his shoulder as his training partner Warren Weir shapes up to be his most serious threat over the 200 metres.
Just over a year ago on a balmy evening in east London, Usain St Leo Bolt from the parish of Trelawny confirmed his superstar status by defending his Beijing Olympic 100 metres title.
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt can further cement his legendary status if he regains the 100 metres title at the World Athletics Championships in Moscow starting on 10 August, an event already being ...
The new boss of Barcelona is working in Europe for the first time, and few players can claim to know him better than Malaga's Roque Santa Cruz.
The International Cycling Union has agreed to fully cooperate with the French anti-doping body at this year's Tour de France.
Frenchman François Gabart, has become the youngest winner ever of the round-the-world Vendée Globe solo sailing race in record time.