England’s Paul Casey claims his fourth successive top-four finish without victory as American Brendan Steele wins the Safeway Open in California.
Great Britain’s Olympic and Paralympic stars are set for a hero’s welcome when they take part in Monday’s victory parade in Manchester.
Southampton move to eighth in the Premier League as two goals from Charlie Austin and one from Nathan Redmond punish Burnley.
Former world champion sprinter Tyson Gay’s 15-year-old daughter has been killed in a shooting in the US state of Kentucky, police and local media say.
A man who achieved so much and won the hearts of so many, Anthony Foley will be fondly remembered and keenly missed, says Tom English.
Sweden’s Alex Noren wins the British Masters by two shots, with England’s Lee Westwood claiming third.
Russell Knox has chosen Duncan Stewart as his World Cup playing partner, his old friend from his amateur days around Inverness.
Peter Sagan retains his Road World Championships title by beating Great Britain’s Mark Cavendish into second place over the 257.5km course in Doha, Qatar.
Munster Rugby’s head coach Anthony Foley, who won 62 caps for Ireland, dies suddenly at Munster’s hotel in Paris.
Andy Murray beats Roberto Bautista Agut in straight sets to win the Shanghai Masters and edge closer to the top of the world rankings.