The Manly Sea Eagles coach apologises over the club's handling of the inclusion of rainbow colours on the club jersey, saying it was a "significant mistake".
Nicole Frain approached the peloton at speed with around 25km of the Provins stage to go, seemingly unaware of an existing pile-up in front of her. Marta Cavalli was later sent to hospital for monitoring.
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The Titans part ways with Kevin Proctor after he posted a video on social media of himself vaping during the club's match against Canterbury on Sunday.
Brooke Buschkuehl finishes an agonising two centimetres short of a podium finish in the women's long jump at the world titles in Eugene.
A group of Manly players are unhappy with the club's decision to use a gay pride jersey for the Sea Eagles' upcoming NRL match with the Sydney Roosters.
The AFL is seeking "further information" after Richmond coach Damien Hardwick allegedly swore at opposition players during a heated VFL match involving the Tigers.
NRL admits bunker mistake as Tigers lodge formal complaint over Cowboys' controversial captain's challenge
NRL boss Graham Annesley says the bunker was wrong to award North Queensland a late penalty as the Wests Tigers threaten to appeal the result of their final-second loss to North Queensland.
The AFL says Collingwood's Jack Ginnivan should have been awarded a free kick after impact with Essendon's Mason Redman on Sunday, but they maintain the young Magpie initiated the contact.
Denmark's Jonas Vingegaard becomes the first man from his country to win the Tour de France since Bjarne Riis in 1996.
Sweden's Armand Duplantis and Nigeria's Tobi Amusan set world records in pole vault and 100m hurdles respectively on the final day in Eugene.
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Away from the roadside toasts and the pageantry of the Tour de France finale, for six Australian riders there was the achievement of simply finishing the world's most famous race.Posted
Australia's Karrie Webb holds off fellow Hall of Famer Annika Sorenstam for a four-shot victory at the Salina Country Club.Posted
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For the first time since 1989, the women's Tour de France has returned, with the 34-year-old Australian champion saying she wasn't sure she would have the opportunity to ride in the world's biggest cycling race.Posted
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