The International Cricket Council and its members have agreed on a new Future Tours Programme, which includes the sport's first Test championship final.
Five-time British Open winner Peter Thomson is being hailed as a pioneer for Australian golf following his death at the age of 88.
Two-time 800m Olympic champion Caster Semenya has taken her fight against the IAAF's ruling on her female classification to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
It's been an open secret for some time but Red Bull has finally confirmed it has dumped Renault engines in favour of Honda's starting next season.
Queensland rookie Kalyn Ponga is feeling comfortable and confident ahead of his State of Origin debut despite the uncertainty surrounding his role.
Jarryd Hayne wants more Pacific Tests as he prepares to run out for Fiji this weekend, and says the place to make them grow is the United States.
Nick Kyrgios says he will take on Andy Murray at Queen's Club full of confidence after a successful run to the semi-finals in Stuttgart last week.
Double Olympic champion Caster Semenya will challenge an IAAF ruling that she has to take medication to lower her higher than normal levels of testosterone.
Optus Sport has acknowledged its World Cup streaming problems, with SBS to broadcast all of the action from Russia until Wednesday.
Outrage over Optus Sport's World Cup streaming issues have gone all the way to the top as SBS offers to take some games back to free-to-air TV.
Malcolm Turnbull has become the highest-profile voice to raise concern about Optus Sport's World Cup issues, saying he hopes to speak to Optus' chief executive.
Five immigrants have died after a vehicle packed with 14 passengers flipped at high speed while being chased by border patrol agents in southern Texas.
Fernando Alonso is one step away from motor sport's triple crown after emerging victorious at the famed Le Mans 24 Hours race at his first attempt.
Craig Bellamy will oversee the start of the next era at the Melbourne Storm after he re-signed as coach of the NRL club on a three-year deal.
They have faced their darkest times but Australia's team of Invictus warriors have overcome impossible odds to represent their country at the Sydney Games.