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Semenya ruling may bring death of women’s sport, warns Paula Radcliffe

The decision of a battle between Semenya and the IAAF athletics world governing body is expected next week

Gordon Taylor: PFA chief executive to step down after 38 years

The 74-year-old, who is the highest paid union executive in the world, has been in the role for 38 years but had recently come under increasing pressure to resign his role

Does the law move slowly for Cristiano Ronaldo?

Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the most famous athletes in the world. By virtue of that, anyone with an interest in football, or indeed access to the internet, can find out exactly where he will be at least once a week. This Saturday, for example, from around 3pm Italian time he will be at the Allianz

Manchester City abuse compensation payouts could reach six figures

It offers an alternative course of action to making claims through the courts, which can be a time consuming and emotionally damaging process

Steven Gerrard fears for Rangers players after spate of pitch invasions

The former Liverpool and England player said supporters "have to take responsibility" to avoid similar incidents and ensure footballers do not get hurt

Formula One bosses criticised over Bahrain protester

Najah Yousef is a Bahraini woman imprisoned for three years after protesting against the 2017 race and claims she was beaten and sexually abused while in custody

Emiliano Sala: Agent Willie McKay reveals details of flights which sealed...

Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock was on board two of the flights organised by Mr McKay

Sala’s family have said goodbye to their hero

The footballer lived here until he was 15 and learned to play football on the lush green pitches over the road from the San Martin youth club

Horse racing stalwarts warn of Brexit turmoil over freedom of movement

Restrictions in freedom of movement for both people and animals are the biggest concern for the industry