Donald Trump has once again criticised protesters who kneel during the national anthem and says NFL quarterback Drew Brees should not be sorry for calling it "disrespectful".
The NFL has admitted it was wrong for not listening to player protests about the systematic oppression of black people.
Michael Jordan and his company have pledged to donate $100m (£79m) over the next 10 years to organisations engaged in the fight for racial equality and social justice.
Ferrari's break with tradition to form a youthful line-up of Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz next season will prove easier for the team to manage, according to their former driver Jean Alesi.
Premier League football will return to Sky Sports with a double-header on June 17 - and a further 20 games broadcast live in the following fortnight.
Leicester's Ben Chilwell has been identified by Chelsea as the club's No 1 left-back target this summer.
Manchester United striker Odion Ighalo says he is prepared to walk off the pitch if he is racially abused again in his career, after revealing he was called "all sorts of names" by an opposition player in China.
Chelsea have been crowned champions of the Women's Super League, overtaking Manchester City on a points-per-game record, with Liverpool relegated as clubs agree on a conclusion to the 2019-20 season.
The new Women's Super League (WSL) season will begin on the weekend of September 5/6.
Ricky Hatton believes his career-defining victory over Kostya Tszyu was a performance good enough to also beat Floyd Mayweather.
Chelsea have agreed a deal in principle to sign Timo Werner from RB Leipzig.
Adam Silver's plan for restarting the 2019-20 season with 22 teams on July 31 in Orlando will deliver a high level of play, says Sky Sports NBA's Mike Tuck.
Football's anti-racism voice can be "massive", say Trent Alexander-Arnold and Dele Alli, in what they hope will be a defining "moment in history".
Premiership Rugby are targeting Saturday August 15 for the resumption of play for England's top division of professional rugby.
Five substitutions will be allowed in games when the Premier League restarts on June 17, it has been decided at the latest league meeting.
Two Benfica players were sent to hospital after being injured when their team bus was stoned following a goalless draw at home to Tondela on Thursday night.
Tyrone Mings showed his support for the Black Lives Matter movement by attending a 4,000-strong protest in Birmingham on Thursday.
Ricky Hatton's first professional opponent casually read a newspaper while the teenager rehearsed spiteful punches, anxiously awaiting a debut that ended in a blur of aggression.
Drew Brees has issued an apology for saying he will "never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America".
Tottenham have borrowed £175m from the Bank of England to help ease some of the financial pressure placed on the club due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Claire Williams has insisted the search for investment for the famous Formula 1 team should only be viewed as a positive, telling Sky Sports F1 that she sees "no reason why Williams can't be successful again".
Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas will step up their preparations for Formula 1's return when they get behind the wheel of a Mercedes during a two-day test at Silverstone next week, the team have confirmed.
Coco Gauff says "tough conversations" must be had in the fight against racism, as she demanded change in an emotional speech at a Black Lives Matter protest.
Dillian Whyte says Tyson Fury is "running scared" in a scathing response after promoter Bob Arum suggested he wanted to "eliminate" the WBC mandatory fight.
Peterborough's teenage sensation Ricky-Jade Jones has revealed Marcus Rashford as his football role model and says interest from Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal has not distracted him from his development.
Tottenham have confirmed they have received the only positive test for coronavirus from the fifth round of Premier League testing results.
Kevin-Prince Boateng has launched a powerful anti-racism message urging footballers to take a stand, believing too many are afraid.
Lyle Taylor hopes Charlton fans can find it in their hearts not to "hate" him, following his decision not to extend his contract and finish the 2019-20 season with The Addicks.
Ramla Ali intends to turn professional and donate 25 per cent of her boxing earnings over her first year to charities associated to the #BlackLivesMatter movement.
Toto Wolff has confirmed that Mercedes will "monitor" Sebastian Vettel's situation now he is leaving Ferrari and that F1's world champions cannot yet rule the German out of a 2021 drive.
Three West Indies players have decided against travelling to England for next month's Test tour, which will go ahead behind closed doors in a 'bio-secure' environment because of coronavirus.
Tyson Fury's UK-based promoter Frank Warren insists "our door is open" to agree "the fight he wants" against Anthony Joshua.
The German FA will not take action against Jadon Sancho and other Bundesliga players who displayed anti-racism messages following the death of George Floyd.
England will play their three-Test series against West Indies in July behind closed doors at The Ageas Bowl and Emirates Old Trafford subject to UK Government clearance, the ECB has announced.
Jamie Carragher thinks Arsenal need to keep hold of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang this summer to boost their chances of returning to the Champions League, even if it means they risk losing him for free next summer.
Clubs have been given the go-ahead to take part in friendly matches ahead of the planned resumption of the Premier League.
Lewis Hamilton says he is "overcome with rage" following the death of George Floyd in America, and has urged people to speak up on behalf of the Black Lives Matter movement.
England captain Joe Root insists he will be at the birth of his second child - even if that means missing a Test match.
Premier League players are facing a crucial week of testing as any positive test would likely rule them out from the opening round of restarted games.
The 2020 Formula 1 season is poised to start on July 5 with the Austrian GP the first of eight behind-closed-door European races in 10 weeks.
Registering new players to 25-man squads will be on the agenda for Premier League clubs to discuss at the two upcoming shareholders meetings ahead of the proposed restart on June 17.
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has signed a new four-year contract to keep him at the club until 2024.
Ryota Murata is the subject of fascination in Japan, a superstar who shines so bright that he is tempting Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez to the Land of the Rising Sun.
Mark Warburton says QPR have been "blindsided" by the EFL's proposed resumption of the Championship season on June 20.
Championship strugglers Barnsley have written to the EFL to sound the alarm over the "potential failure of their enterprise", as several other clubs raise concerns over the proposed restart date of June 20.
Shaun Wane is confident England's Rugby League World Cup ambitions will not be hampered by the cancellation of this year's Ashes series.
Premier League referees are hoping to take charge of a series of friendlies over the next fortnight as part of preparations for their return to competitive action.
Just after 1pm, the stalls burst open on a gloriously sunny day at Newcastle, jockey James Sullivan sent 22-1 outsider Zodiakos into an early lead, and professional sport returned to Britain for the first time since March 17.
Manchester United have reached an agreement to extend Odion Ighalo's loan from Shanghai Shenhua until January 31, 2021.
Lewis Hamilton has criticised the Formula 1 community for "staying silent" after the death of American George Floyd, with the six-time champion saying he is "one of the only people of colour yet I stand alone".
Charlton manager Lee Bowyer says that some of his players are refusing to play upon the proposed resumption of the Championship on June 20.
Liverpool's Andrew Robertson insists Virgil van Dijk is the best defender and Jurgen Klopp the best manager in the world at present.
NBA legend Michael Jordan has released a statement expressing his grief and outrage over the death of George Floyd.
Silverstone is set to stage two Formula 1 races later this summer with the British government expected to provide participants with an exemption from quarantine rules.
Jurgen Klopp says having the whole group back together is a "massive, massive lift" as Liverpool prepare to try and wrap up a first league title in 30 years.
Paris Saint-Germain have confirmed the signing of striker Mauro Icardi on a permanent deal from Inter Milan.
Manchester United are close to agreeing a loan extension for striker Odion Ighalo.
The FA made the correct decision by ending the Women's Super League and Women's Championship seasons early, says Brighton manager Hope Powell.
England and Everton midfielder Izzy Christiansen has opened up to Martin Tyler about how she rediscovered her love for football after coming close to walking away from the game.
Kris Boyd sees no reason to stall the new Scottish season as participants would be more controlled than people have been in public areas such as British beaches.
Football authorities are right to be looking at ways of returning fans to stadiums, say the Sunday Supplement panel, following reports 20,000 supporters could attend the FA Cup final.
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The UK Government has given the green light for live competitive sport to return behind closed doors "in safe and carefully controlled environments" from June 1.
There have been no positive tests for coronavirus after the fourth round of Premier League testing.
A total of 17 people from EFL clubs have tested positive for coronavirus in the latest round of testing.
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The Premier League says there is "optimism that we will see fans back in the stadiums next season", but crowds are likely to return "on a phased basis".
Austria is set to open the Formula One season with two races on July 5 and 12 after government approval was given on Saturday.
La Liga has announced Spain's top two divisions can hold full training sessions from Monday for the first time since returning to activity after action was halted in March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Martin Rogan tells Sky Sports about proving his worth in Prizefighter, sparring a teenage Tyson Fury, and beating Britain's Olympic hero.
What now for Mario Gotze? The one-time German wunderkind, the World Cup final match-winner, is being released by Borussia Dortmund at the end of the season. But the next steps are unclear.
Anthony Joshua has backed protégé Joshua Buatsi to settle his British rivalry with Anthony Yarde, who welcomed talk of a light-heavyweight fight in the future.
Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher have both expressed their delight at the Premier League's imminent return after initial concerns over the resumption of this season.
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