Charlie Thomas brings you a roundup of the latest Sky Sports News headlines.
Come hang with legendary skater Jim Greco as he invades the homes of some of the world’s best skaters. Today he's beginning with his own apartment...okay, let's just call it a skate-centric bachelor
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Reaction after San Lorenzo needed extra-time to beat amateur team Auckand City 2-1 in FIFA Club World Cup semi-final.
We join Mike Libecki, Freddie Wilkinson, and Cory Richards as they make their final bid for the top of Bertha's Tower. From their precariously high camp within striking distance of the summit, the tea
British and German soldiers faced each other on a football field to mark the Christmas Day truce 100 years ago when rival WWI troops stopped fighting and are said to have played football instead.
As the U.S. and Cuba restore diplomatic ties, a residue effect could soon be felt in the sporting world. Namely: professional baseball.
Formula One team bosses along with chief executive Bernie Ecclestone met in Geneva, Switzerland on Thursday (December 18) to discuss major issues within the sport. One of the most likely topics is ex
Tennisplayer Rafael Nadal has been announced as the new face of Tommy Hilfiger's underwear and tailored collection which is set to be photographed early next year.
Cristiano Ronaldo and the rest of Real Madrid train ahead of their FIFA Club World Cup final against San Lorenzo in Marrakech, Morocco on Thursday (18th December).
World leading points scorer Dan Carter will join French club Racing Metro on a three-year contract after next year's rugby World Cup, a move that will almost certainly bring an end to his storied inte
Amid another crisis at FIFA, President Sepp Blatter will lead an executive committee meeting on Thursday with the sudden resignation of ethics prosecutor Michael Garcia now on the agenda. Garcia quit Wednesday in protest over the handling of his World Cup bid investigation. His decision could increase the pressure on ...
Men crammed together, dozens to a room, on bunk beds so close they can reach over and shake hands. Qatar, on paper at least, has rules that forbid such uncomfortable conditions for its massive workforce of migrant laborers. Yet this is how the government-owned transport company, which the Gulf nation ...
Golf Magazine senior writer Cameron Morfit longs for a time when Tiger Woods is the topic of conversation for the right reasons.
Your Top Plays for Today: AP's Sports Guide ___ GRIZZLIES OUTLAST SPURS IN TRIPLE OVERTIME Memphis proves its credentials with a triple-overtime win at San Antonio, a day after ending Golden State's 16-game winning streak. http://m.apnews.com/ap/db_268754/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=C9jnYLre ___ AMERICAN LAWYER WHO HEADED WORLD CUP PROBES QUITS FIFA IN PROTEST Michael Garcia, ...
The Memphis Grizzlies ended years of frustration in San Antonio, and had to play late into the night to do it. Marc Gasol scored 26 points, including a banked-in 3-pointer as regulation expired, and Memphis overcame blowing a 23-point lead for a 117-116 triple-overtime victory over the Spurs on Wednesday. ...
The Cavaliers' largest loss of the season didn't sit well with coach David Blatt. "That was embarrassing, how we played," he said after the Atlanta Hawks routed Cleveland 127-98 on Wednesday night. "I apologize to all the good fans who came out here. Really, just a poor, poor performance." Shelvin ...
The star power of the opponent doesn't concern Chattanooga. As long as the Mocs are playing at home, they believe they are going to win. Chelsey Shumpert scored a career-high 18 points, including five 3-pointers, and Chattanooga stunned No. 7 Stanford 54-46 on Wednesday night for its second home victory ...
Ever hear of “squishy necks”? Apparently they are just one of the awkward moments the Warwick Rowers — the group of U.K. rowers who release a naked calendar every year to help fight homophobia — exp
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