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Sir Ben Ainslie faces agony of America's Cup bid with Ineos Team UK ending without another race due

Sir Ben Ainslie faces the potential agony of seeing his America's Cup bid end without being able to race again, after a Covid row thrust the event into turmoil. His team are down 4-0 at the momen...


SPORTS AGENDA: Darren Fletcher's Fantasy Premier League delight echoes round an empty Old Trafford

SPORTS AGENDA - MIKE KEEGAN: As Sportsmail first reported last year, the lack of crowd noise in behind-closed-doors matches led clubs to warn their players and managers over language.


Sir Ben Ainslie's America's Cup dream for Britain takes a hammering after Luna Rossa defeats

The British challengers trail Italians Luna Rossa in the first-to-seven series that will determine who takes on holders Team New Zealand in the world's oldest international competition next month...


WATCH: French skier Maxence Muzaton makes stunning recovery from 70mph crash as he lands IN REVERSE

The 30-year-old caught an edge in the men's downhill event in Cortina, which sent him tumbling down the hill at high speed. After doing a 360 in mid air he somehow landed back up on his skis.


'I worry we'll lose next Jess Ennis': Athletics coach fears impact of grassroot sports suspension

JOHN WOOD: Right now I'm worried, both as a lover of the sport and as chairman and manager of the City of Sheffield club, because there is a big risk to athletics with this virus and another lock...


Sir Ben Ainslie says realising dream of winning the America's Cup would be bigger than Olympic glory

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW BY JONATHAN McEVOY: Sir Ben Ainslie reached across the time zones on Sunday night to share how one of the most tantalising endeavours in British sporting history is going.


Man Capital acquires €100m majority stake in Right to Dream company led by British entrepreneur

Global conglomerate Man Capital has acquired a €100m majority stake in Tom Vernon's Right To Dream group, who run a youth academy in Ghana and own Danish top-flight side FC Nordsjaelland.


Team GB chief Mark England insists he is 'hugely confident' the Olympics will take place as planned

Britain's four-time Olympic gold medallist Matthew Pinsent this week said the rearranged Tokyo Games should be called off given the continued spread of coronavirus in Japan and around the world.


Dave Chisnall thrashes World No 1 Michael van Gerwen 5-0 to reach the World Championship semi-finals

Chisnall will face Gary Anderson for a place in Sunday's final after hitting 14 180s against Van Gerwen. Gerwyn Price (inset) will succeed the Dutchman as World No 1 if he wins the tournament.


New fears for Tokyo Olympic games as Japan's capital reported a daily record of 1,337 new infections

Japan's capital reported a daily record of 1,337 new Covid-19 infections on Thursday and the nationwide figure was 4,515. As a result, there are growing fears over the Olympic Games.


Peter Wright suffers shock in PDC World Darts Championship with third-round loss to Gabriel Clemens

Wright was made to pay for a desperate series of missed doubles in the first three sets as Clemens became the first player from his country to book his place in the last 16 at Alexandra Palace.


'Richard Freeman's bipolar disorder may have been behind testosterone gel order', psychiatrist says

Dr Freeman admitted to ordering the sachets of gel in 2011, and lying about it to both British Cycling and UK Anti-Doping, but denies a central charge of 'knowing or believing' the gel would aid ...


World champions Dina Asher-Smith and Katarina Johnson-Thompson set to compete at Birmingham 2022

There were fears the leading lights of British athletics could swerve the Games, which fall between the World Championships in the United States and the Europeans in Germany in a five-week stretc...