Killing Eve star Jodie Comer says she "couldn't be prouder" of her friend and new world champion Katarina Johnson-Thompson. Johnson-Thompson, 26, took heptathlon gold at the World Championships in Doha.
Sports Illustrated is the Manchester United of sports magazines. Focusing mainly on baseball, basketball and gridiron, it reaches more than 20 million global readers every week, and does so with an artistry
Exclusive: Sports leaders request meeting with Boris Johnson to tackle 'public health emergency' of children's inactivity
An alliance of the leading governing bodies in British sport have requested an urgent meeting with Prime Minister Boris Johnson to tackle the “public health emergency” of inactivity among young people.
The vegan. Traditionally caricatured as a harmless creature: physically unprepos-sessing, overly fond of mung beans and furry friends, enjoys organic trousers and knit-your-own yoghurt, lampooned for shrill
Havoc at 'disaster' Doha World Championships as numerous marathon athletes collapse in sweltering heat
The Doha World Championships were branded a “disaster” on Saturday after shocking scenes at the midnight women’s marathon, where sweltering conditions caused numerous athletes to collapse and almost half
The Doha World Championships descended into carnage in the early hours of Saturday morning, with close to half the women’s marathon field failing to finish as sweltering conditions caused shocking scenes
Weekend betting guide: Arsenal to add to the misery at Manchester United and at 6/1 Southampton are too good to be ignored
Liverpool and Manchester City already look set for a battle to rival last season’s title epic and the sides have put daylight between themselves and the pack after just six games. However, the races to
My mid-life crisis has taken me to the triathlon - but in the water I'm more of a sea-horse than a salmon
My wife has taken up learning meditation and, bong, if it continues to go so well there must be an outside chance she will be the next Dalai Lama. For my own mid-life crisis I have a less lofty ambition;
Anti-doping authorities to exile Russia again as investigators declare 'inconsistencies' in evidence
Russia’s sports authorities are braced for a crucial meeting of the World Anti-Doping Agency on Monday that is likely to be the first step towards the country being banished to international exile again.
My introduction to the world of pigeon racing... and how one good bird was able to fetch £1m at auction
The domestic pigeon racing season comes to an end in the next couple of weeks but since it started in April, every Saturday most us will have been unwitting spectators (or would have been had we looked
The BBC is resisting mounting pressure to revive axed radio show Sportsweek after a host of British sporting chiefs expressed sorrow at its hasty demise following host Garry Richardson's departure. Tim
Mark Sampson contacted police to report he had been sent a series of threatening and abusive messages in the days before he was accused of racism by a former colleague at Stevenage. Hertfordshire Police
Sport’s global anti-doping body believes a ground-breaking genetic-testing method could transform the fight against drug-taking. The World Anti-Doping Agency has told Telegraph Sport that research into
Dean Smith condemns Aston Villa's disallowed equaliser at Crystal Palace: 'The officials have to be better'
Dean Smith admitted he thought he had left behind refereeing decisions like the one that denied his side a point at Crystal Palace when Aston Villa gained promotion into the Premier League. Kevin Friend’s
Chris Wilder may have made the ultimate sacrifice as the legend of the sporting comeback claims yet another victim
We have now reached that stage in the legend of the comeback when stories emerge of those who spurned the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness sporting history. And as much as tales titillate of deciding
Moments to rival Ben Stokes' brilliance: The greatest individual performances ever witnessed by our writers
Ben Stokes single-handedly kept the Ashes alive with a nerveless 135 not out at Headingley on Sunday that has been described as the greatest innings of all time by an Englishman. Australia were on the
Shauna Coxsey completed a memorable Climbing World Championships by securing her second bronze in Hachioji, Japan. Competing in the combined competition - featuring all three of the lead, speed and bouldering
Shauna Coxsey has fulfilled a dream she never expected would come true. After qualifying for the women’s combined final of the World Climbing Championships on Monday, she secured a place in next summer’s
Shauna Coxsey became Great Britain's first Climbing World Championship medallist with bouldering bronze in Hachioji, Japan yesterday, a result that puts her in a strong position to qualify for next year's
“The worst 30 minutes of my life,” said a strung-out Jamie Chadwick, “followed by the best.” As a precis of her anxious, draining afternoon here at Brands Hatch, it was difficult to fault. Burdened by
Britain's first Olympic diving champion Chris Mears, who won gold with his 3m springboard synchronised partner Jack Laugher, has retired from competition to pursue his music career. The 26-year-old, who
World and former Olympic champion high hurdler Sally Pearson, Australia's most successful track athlete of her generation, gave up on her bid for a swansong at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and retired on Tuesday.
Betteridge’s law of headlines states: “Any headline that ends in a question mark can be answered by the word ‘no’.” For headlines, read documentary titles, as in BBC1’s Can You Beat the Bookies?, which
Of the many things we might expect of Ian Wright, an affection for classical music is not the first that springs to mind. But in a new radio series on Classic FM, presented by Karthi Gnanasegaram, the
The link between contact sports and dementia extends beyond chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) to a much wider range of neurological diseases, according to new studies of the brains of former football
Arsenal triumph over Fiorentina - what we learned: Nketiah impresses again but Mustafi caught in downward spiral
Arsenal maintained their impressive pre-season form with a commanding 3-0 victory over Fiorentina in Charlotte. Eddie Nketiah was the hero again, scoring in either half as Unai Emery made plenty of changes