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‘Sorry mum’ – Jones apologises for swearing

England head coach Eddie Jones apologises for swearing on TV, after receiving a dressing down from his 93-year-old mother.

Lewis Hamilton crashes in Brazilian GP qualifying as Valtteri Bottas takes pole

Lewis Hamilton starts from the back of the Brazilian GP grid following a crash, as team-mate Valtteri Bottas takes pole.

Squad will be stronger than Euros – Coleman

Following 2-0 defeat in Paris, manager Chris Coleman predicts the Wales squad in a year’s time will be stronger than his Euro 2016 party.

Man City sign £10m-plus deal with Amazon Prime for behind-the-scenes TV series

Manchester City sign a deal with Amazon Prime worth more than £10m for a TV series following the club through the 2017-18 season.

Slade in as England rest Lions duo

Exeter’s Henry Slade starts at inside centre for England against Argentina on Saturday, with Lions duo Owen Farrell and Maro Itoje rested.

Lewis Hamilton: Where does 2017 champion rank among greats?

BBC Radio 5 live commentator Jack Nicholls asks where Lewis Hamilton ranks among the Formula 1 greats.

Jockey Brennan loses ride on Cue Card to teenager Cobden

Popular steeplechaser Cue Card’s long-term jockey Paddy Brennan is to be replaced by 19-year-old Harry Cobden.

Andy Murray ‘clearly uncomfortable’ with hip problem – Andrew Castle

Andy Murray may struggle to rediscover his best form due to troubles with his hip, says TV commentator Andrew Castle.

Jamie Vardy: ‘I still feel 21’ – striker focused on England and World Cup

Jamie Vardy tells BBC Radio 5 live’s John Murray he feels fit as ever and focused on England and the 2018 World Cup.

England & Germany confirm poppies tribute for Wembley friendly

England and Germany players will wear black armbands bearing poppies for Friday’s international match at Wembley.

Melbourne Cup: Rekindling wins Australia’s famous race

The Joseph O’Brien-trained galloper has won Australia’s most popular horse race.

Wales lock Jake Ball enjoys ‘good battle’ with England pack

Lock Jake Ball says the Wales pack enjoyed a worthwhile and competitive training session with their English counterparts in Bristol on Monday.

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