Leading sportswomen urge female athletes to be themselves after detailing abuse over body image.
BBC Click’s Paul Carter looks at some the week’s best technology stories.
Two students who shared a love of classic football shirts have turned their hobby into a business – and it all started with a fancy-dress party.
Johanna Konta beats Marketa Vondrousova to reach the Italian Open semi-finals, while world number one Naomi Osaka withdraws because of a hand injury.
How will the financial fair play investigation into Manchester City play out? BBC sports editor Dan Roan looks at the key questions hanging over the Premier League champions.
Is Manchester City and England forward Raheem Sterling the most significant sportsperson in Britain? A BBC Radio 5 Live special discusses the young footballer’s growing influence.
Married Great Britain hockey couple Jo Hunter and George Pinner discuss life on the road, relaxing with Game of Thrones and whether two sportspeople in a relationship breeds a competitive environment.
Rory McIlroy is named Britain’s wealthiest sports star aged under 30 on the Sunday Times’ Rich List.
Full-back Israel Folau loses his sponsorship with sportswear brand Asics after being found guilty of breaching RA’s code of conduct.
Aidan O’Brien’s Magna Grecia wins the 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket, the first Flat racing Classic of the year.