McLaren’s Fernando Alonso says he is “surprised” by claims he retired a healthy car at the Belgian Grand Prix.
England’s Peter McGrail takes a World Championship bronze medal after losing his semi-final to Kairat Yeraliyev of Kazakstan in Hamburg.
Fourth seed Elina Svitolina and French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko progress to the US Open third round.
Scrum V’s Ross Harries travels to South Africa to meet Pro14 newcomers Southern Kings
Caroline Wozniacki describes the decision to schedule Maria Sharapova’s US Open matches on the main stadium court as “questionable”.
Britain’s Chris Froome falls twice and his overall lead is cut in the Vuelta a Espana, while Tomasz Marczynski claims a solo victory on stage 12.
Play is suspended on the fourth day of Surrey’s Championship game with Middlesex after an arrow is fired on to the pitch.
Conor McGregor says he is “proud” of what he achieved on his professional boxing debut, despite defeat by Floyd Mayweather.
GB Bobsleigh performance director Gary Anderson resigns after recently stepping back from his duties to deal with “health issues”.
Scotland forward Steven Naismith, in his new BBC Scotland column, says wins against Lithuania and Malta are crucial to their World Cup hopes.
Mark Cavendish returns to cycling at the Tour of Britain after breaking his shoulder blade at the Tour de France.
Britain’s Mo Farah is aiming for a record fourth consecutive Great North Run victory when he races in Newcastle on 10 September.