The 2019 Pan American Games Flame lit at the ancient Pyramid of the Moon in Teotihuacan in Mexico will arrive in Lima next week. With some 6,900 athletes involved, it will set the seal on a golden decade of major sport in South America which has included the FIFA World Cup and the Olympic Games.
Mike Rowbottom: Sanderson, Grant, Sayers, Lewis-Francis – legends recalled as I look forward to Sunday's London Stadium warm-up racing
So I read that Sunday's (July 21) International Association of Athletics Federations Diamond League/Müller Anniversary Games action at the London Stadium will be preceded by a 4x100 metres Legends Relay.
We learnt one important lesson from the Cricket World Cup, which concluded in such superlatively dramatic fashion at Lord's last Sunday (July 14). Or we should have.
It seemed highly appropriate that Sunday's (July 14) Cricket World Cup final should virtually be decided on a run out.
I’d like to start with an apology to my neighbours for the audible expletives which emanated from my living room yesterday as my Sky box decided the last over of England’s run chase in the Cricket World Cup final was the perfect time to stop working.
Locals have labelled the 16th edition of the Pacific Games as "The Miracle Games".
As much as I loved physical education (PE) during my time at school, much of it was spent frustrated at having to play netball nearly every week.
Earlier this week, a small niche in the annals of Wimbledon history was carved by Finland’s Henri Kontinen and Australian John Peers, who won the first final-set tiebreak to be played in the tournament.
After his defence of the Wimbledon men's singles title had ended in the quarter-finals in 2017, where he was defeated by Sam Querrey of the United States, Andy Murray corrected an American journalist at the post-match press conference.
France being France, it was only a matter of time before Paris 2024 took a political turn.
When BT's mellifluous American ring announcer Thomas Treiber proclaims the victor of the pick'em collision between youngsters Daniel Dubois and Nathan Gorman for the vacant British heavyweight title at London's O2 on Saturday night (July 13), there is only one certain outcome.
Liam Morgan: Race for International Tennis Federation President heats up as challengers rally against election rules
As the world’s best battle it out on the lush greens of the All-England Lawn Tennis Club in Wimbledon for one of tennis’ four major titles, an increasingly bitter and splenetic contest is gathering pace away from the court.
The only thing distasteful about tea is the drink itself.
Parc Olympique Lyonnais will host the conclusion of the month-long FIFA Women’s World Cup tomorrow, a tournament touted to change the face of women’s football.
When the Argentinian team entered the San Paolo stadium for the Opening Ceremony of the Universiade here earlier this week, the wonderful reception they received was down to the legacy of a man who is still arguably the favourite sporting son of the city.