Tracey Neville: England Netball still has funding 'noose around neck' despite gold

The Commonwealth gold won by England's netballers will help the sport's income but funding remains a "noose around our neck", head coach Tracey Neville says.

17 Apr 2018 09:47

Lake District authority 'violating World Heritage status'

Campaigners say an increase in motorbikes and 4x4 vehicles has "profoundly changed the landscape".

14 Apr 2018 01:40

Can football heal old wounds in Colombia?

As former FARC rebels try to reintegrate into society, will the country's most popular sport help ease the transition?

09 Apr 2018 11:20

Elephants loose on motorway in Spain

Five elephants force the closure of a motorway after escaping from a crashed vehicle, but one dies.

08 Apr 2018 04:14

Meet the gargantuan air freighter that looks like a whale

Airbus's huge new super-transporter plane can carry two passenger jet wings instead of one.

06 Apr 2018 11:15

What are the Commonwealth Games?

A look at the competing nations, sports and 'colonial legacy' of one of the world's biggest multisport events.

04 Apr 2018 10:13

Istanbul: World's biggest airport project 'on time'

'[Financial] bottleneck is out of question in the project,' says Turkey's transport minister.

04 Apr 2018 01:58

Australia-South Africa handshakes a show of respect - Tim Paine

New Australia captain Tim Paine says his decision to introduce a team handshake with opponents South Africa was a "good show of sportsmanship".

30 Mar 2018 09:52

Cycling the length of the Dakota Access pipeline

Martin Eberlen's images of those who live and work along the controversial route that transports oil across four US states.

29 Mar 2018 04:12

'An eternal relationship': Scotland's famous football rivalry

In Glasgow, Scotland, football and religion blend together to produce one of the world's fiercest sporting rivalries.

28 Mar 2018 09:13

Meet Shadia Bseiso: the first Arab woman to sign with WWE

The 31-year-old Jordanian is making history and smashing regional taboos surrounding women and sports.

27 Mar 2018 10:19

Australia cricket scandal: A body blow to an incredulous nation

In a country where sport is often linked to national identity, allegations of cheating have hit hard.

26 Mar 2018 09:45

Comoros passports abused by 'mafia' networks

The commission's report said that nearly 48,000 foreigners – mostly Bidoons - received passports.

25 Mar 2018 06:13

British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards: Ellie Downie and Maro Itoje triumph

Ellie Downie and Maro Itoje are named sportswoman and sportsman of the year at the 2018 British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards.

25 Mar 2018 06:13

Row erupts over supplier of post-Brexit UK passport

Jayde Pearson looks at the row over the post-Brexit UK passport... which could be made in France.

23 Mar 2018 10:26

Newspaper headlines: Brexit passports and police 999 calls

The Daily Telegraph reports a European firm could make blue British passports after Brexit.

22 Mar 2018 06:42

Sao Paulo: Street football in Brazil's biggest city

Sao Paulo, Brazil's biggest city, is the beating heart of the nation's most popular sport, football.

19 Mar 2018 08:15

Georgia tries damage control as Gudauri accident video goes viral

Country's reputation as a safe winter-sports destination endangered by viral video of horrifying Gudauri accident.

19 Mar 2018 08:15

Can kids hold pens in the digital age?

Are the fine motor skills necessary to hold a pencil still needed in an age when toddlers swipe?

18 Mar 2018 08:58

Sledge hockey: 'I love the adrenalin, the violence'

Sledge Hockey, also known as Para ice hockey, is a full-contact Paralympic sport. Why is its fierce nature so important to Dean?

15 Mar 2018 06:35