Injury free season priority for Usain Bolt
Injury free season priority for Usain Bolt

Usain Bolt declared himself virtually unbeatable on Friday but downplayed expectations for 2015, saying his main priority was staying injury free ahead of next year`s Rio de Janeiro Olympics.

Jordan Spieth fires 62 to trail by two at Hilton Head
Jordan Spieth fires 62 to trail by two at Hilton Head

Jordan Spieth shook off the Masters hangover that hounded him during his opening round by firing a nine-under 62 on Friday to stand two shots off the pace early in the second round of the RBC Heritage in South Carolina.

Britain's Adam Peaty sets 100 metres breaststroke world record
Britain's Adam Peaty sets 100 metres breaststroke world record

Britain`s Adam Peaty smashed the world record for the 100 metres breaststroke at the British swimming championships on Friday.

James Anderson breaks Ian Botham`s English wicket record
James Anderson breaks Ian Botham`s English wicket record

James Anderson became the leading wicket-taker in English Test cricket history, dismissing West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin after tea on the final day of the first Test at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua on Friday.

River Plate stay alive in Libertadores Cup, salvage pride
River Plate stay alive in Libertadores Cup, salvage pride

River Plate salvaged their Libertadores Cup dream with a 3-0 home win over San Jose of Bolivia and thanks to a 5-4 defeat for Peru`s Juan Aurich by Mexico`s UANL Tigres on Wednesday.

Auditor-General to carry out an audit of Pakistan Hockey Federation
Auditor-General to carry out an audit of Pakistan Hockey Federation

The Auditor-General of Pakistan is set to carry out an audit of the national hockey federation (PHF) accounts from 2008 to 2014 on the instructions of the finance ministry.

Teen Masters sensation Guan Tianlang happy to play long game
Teen Masters sensation Guan Tianlang happy to play long game

The presence of Bubba Watson in China just days after he passed on the green jacket to Jordan Spieth meant the Masters was the talk of the town as the Shenzhen International began Thursday.

PCB sacked Moin Khan to keep his prestige intact: Shaharyar Khan
PCB sacked Moin Khan to keep his prestige intact: Shaharyar Khan

The chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board Shaharyar Khan has said that the decision to call back Moin Khan from the World Cup and later sack him as chief selector was taken to keep his prestige and reputation intact after the Casino incident.

Aiming to develop my finishing skills: Corey Anderson
Aiming to develop my finishing skills: Corey Anderson

Having become the leading scorer for his Indian Premier League team Mumbai Indians, New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson has expressed his desire to to evolve as the best finisher in the limited-overs format.

Tons of dead fish cleared from Rio Olympics rowing venue
Tons of dead fish cleared from Rio Olympics rowing venue

Workers cleared up another five tons of dead fish from the shores of a Rio lagoon where Olympic rowing and canoeing events are due to take place in 2016, bringing to 37 tons the amount removed since last week, officials said on Wednesday.

Reckless means 'entertaining' for Manny Pacquiao
Reckless means 'entertaining' for Manny Pacquiao

Appearing relaxed and confident, Manny Pacquaio embraced suggestions he was "a reckless fighter" when he held a workout for the media on Wednesday ahead of his heavily anticipated fight against Floyd Mayweather.

Top South African sprinter Simon Magakwe banned
Top South African sprinter Simon Magakwe banned

Leading South African sprinter Simon Magakwe will miss the 2016 Olympic Games after refusing to take an out-of-competition doping test, the national association announced Wednesday.

France seek another Fed Cup surprise against Czechs
France seek another Fed Cup surprise against Czechs

Memories of a spectacular comeback against Italy two months ago will propel France as they face holders the Czech Republic in the Fed Cup semi-finals at the weekend.

Fed Cup final: Russia to face Germany without injured Maria Sharapova
Fed Cup final: Russia to face Germany without injured Maria Sharapova

Russia`s hopes of winning a place in the Fed Cup final suffered a setback as world number two Maria Sharapova dropped out through injury just days ahead of the semi-final with Germany.

Yasir Shah ruled out of Bangladesh ODI series
Yasir Shah ruled out of Bangladesh ODI series

Pakistan leg spinner Yasir Shah has been ruled out of the ODI series against Bangladesh with a hand injury, which he sustained during the one-day practice match against the Bangladesh Board Presidents XI.

Reading eye mighty upset of FA Cup holders Arsenal
Reading eye mighty upset of FA Cup holders Arsenal

Championship strugglers Reading will have to produce one of the great FA Cup upsets to beat holders Arsenal in their semi-final at Wembley on Saturday and reach the final for the first time.

Michael Phelps confirms targeting 2016 Rio Olympics: Report
Michael Phelps confirms targeting 2016 Rio Olympics: Report

Michael Phelps will not compete at the world championships but the 18-time gold medallist will attempt to add to his Olympic legacy by competing at next year`s Rio Games.

Pupil Jose Mourinho aims to halt master Louis van Gaal again
Pupil Jose Mourinho aims to halt master Louis van Gaal again

When Jose Mourinho jumped to beleaguered Louis van Gaal`s defence in February, sympathising that he should be given time to get used to English football, even he might have been surprised at just how quickly his mentor has since adapted.

Porto poised for Champions League semis after stunning Bayern Munich
Porto poised for Champions League semis after stunning Bayern Munich

Porto have one foot in the Champions League`s semi-finals after their shock 3-1 win at home over Bayern Munich in Wednesday`s Champions League quarter-final, first leg.

England stumble again but take 1st innings lead of 220 against West Indies
England stumble again but take 1st innings lead of 220 against West Indies

England`s top order tumbled cheaply again but the tourists still worked themselves into a commanding position at 116 for three in their second innings, an overall lead of 220, by stumps on the third day of the first Test against the West Indies at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua on Wednesday.