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WADA and the IAAF will investigate the doping claims

Bodies promise to act after leak

Both the World Anti-Doping Agency and the International Association of Athletics Federations have promised to act if information contained within the ''biggest leak of blood-test data in sporting history'' proves to be correct.

Di Venuto: Clarke will come good

Australia captain Michael Clarke has been backed to rediscover his form with the bat

Australia batting coach Michael di Venuto has backed under-fire captain Michael Clarke to rediscover his batting touch in the remaining two Ashes Tests.

Aphibarnrat victorious at Murcar

Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat held his nerve to claim a first win on European soil on Sunday

Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat held his nerve to win his second European Tour title of the year on Sunday, beating Robert Karlsson in a hard-fought final of the inaugural Saltire Energy Paul Lawrie Matchplay.

Woods slips out of contention

Tiger Woods was not able to keep him his bid for glory in Virginia

Tiger Woods saw his bid for a first PGA Tour title in two years fade away on the third day of the Quicken Loans National as Troy Merritt helped set the pace after carding a tournament-record 61 i n Gainesville, Virginia.

Bell expects Ashes drama to go on

Ian Bell made a timely return to form at Edgbaston

England batsman Ian Bell thinks the Ashes will "go right to the wire" and has acknowledged Australia are likely to be a stronger proposition for the fourth Test at Trent Bridge following their humbling at Edgbaston.

Hearts win on top-flight return

Sam Nicholson's goal ensured Hearts began the season on a winning note

Hearts celebrated their return to the Ladbrokes Premiership by coming out on the right side of a 4-3 scoreline against St Johnstone.

Campbell too good for Coyle

Luke Campbell, left, underlined why he is one of Britain's most exciting boxers by stopping old friend Tommy Coyle

Luke Campbell won the battle of the Hull lightweights with a 10th-round stoppage of the brave Tommy Coyle in an electrifying encounter at the KC Lightstream Stadium.

United and PSG agree Di Maria fee

Angel Di Maria's days at United look to be coming to an end

Angel di Maria looks set to have a medical with Paris St Germain over the next 24 hours after Manchester United agreed to sell the midfielder to the French club for 63million euros.

Ennis-Hill demands doping action

Jessica Ennis-Hill wants a thorough investigation into the Sunday Times report which appears to highlight widespread doping in athletics

Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill called on athletics' world governing body and the World Anti-Doping Agency to address a report in the Sunday Times which appears to show cheating has taken place on a vast scale in the sport during the last decade.

Coe: IAAF will respond to report

Lord Coe is running as an IAAF presidential candidate

Lord Coe has backed the International Association of Athletics Federations to issue a "robust and detailed response" to a Sunday Times report alleging widespread doping in the sport.

Wenger tips Ozil to impress

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has tipped Mesut Ozil for a stand-out Premier League season

Arsene Wenger has tipped Arsenal's record signing Mesut Ozil to be one of the Premier League's "great players" this season.

FA Cup delight for Chelsea Ladies

Ji So-Yun scores the only goal of the Women's FA Cup final at Wembley

Chelsea Ladies claimed the first major trophy in their history by defeating Notts County Ladies 1-0 in the SSE Women's FA Cup final at Wembley.

McIntyre asks ref to explain call

Craig Gordon, right, received a yellow card for his challenge on Jackson Irvine

Ross County boss Jim McIntyre sought an explanation from referee Willie Collum after home goalkeeper Craig Gordon survived a possible red card in Celtic's 2-0 win over the Staggies at Parkhead.

Chester emotional after Rovers win

Hull KR coach Chris Chester was proud of his side's Challenge Cup semi-final win

Hull KR coach Chris Chester admitted he became emotional after guiding his team to their first Ladbrokes Challenge Cup final since 1986 in his first full season in charge.

Hull KR upset Wolves to reach final

Hull KR are celebrating their first Challenge Cup final appearance in 29 years

Hull KR turned the form book on its head with a battling 26-18 win over Warrington to end a 29-year wait for an appearance in the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup final.

Celtic off to winning start

Leigh Griffiths celebrates scoring Celtic's opener from the penalty spot

Celtic began the defence of their Ladbrokes Premiership title with a 2-0 home win over Ross County but not without cost or controversy.

Woods well placed as he finds form

Tiger Woods shot a five-under-par 66 on Friday

Tiger Woods was firmly in the hunt for his first PGA Tour win in two years as he sat three shots off the lead at the halfway stage of the Quicken Loans National.

Chelsea hungry for more - Fabregas

Cesc Fabregas believes Chelsea can retain their title

Cesc Fabregas can see his Chelsea team-mates' desire for success has not been undiminished by winning the Premier League as Jose Mourinho's men bid to retain the title this term.