Banks did not do enough to police FIFA transactions, says global agency

A global group of government anti-money-laundering agencies said that financial institutions have not done enough to police suspicious financial activity by officials at soccer's global governing body

Murray aspires to learn from Jose Mourinho’s success

World number three Andy Murray, who is preparing for the upcoming Wimbledon tournament, has said that he wants to learn from Chelsea Manager Jose Mourinho's success.

Justin Rose joins fellow golfers in criticising Chambers Bay greens

World number nine Justin Rose has joined his fellow golfers in complaining about the putting surfaces at US Open host-site Chambers Bay.

Chambers Bay US Open ‘most unpleasant golf tournament ever’: Gary Player

Gary Player, who is regarded as one of the greatest golfers of all time, criticised the hosts of this year's U.S. Open, Chambers Bay, dubbing the tournament as a

Indian men beat France 3-2 in Hockey World League Opener

Assured of an Olympic berth, Indian men began their Hockey World League semi-finals campaign with a 3-2 victory over France in a hard fought game.

Argentina celebrates Lionel Messi’s 100th cap with 1-0 victory over Jamaica

Barcelona star Lionel Messi earned his 100th cap for Argentina as the La Albicelestes defeated Jamaica 1-0 to reach the top of their group table in the Copa America.

Eyeing an Olympic berth, Pakistan beat Poland 2-1 in Hockey World League Opener

Pakistan, eyeing a spot in the 2016 Rio Olympics, began their Hockey World League Semi-finals campaign with a 2-1 victory over Poland in Antwerp, Belgium.

International Cricket Council annual conference week to start in Barbados on June 22

The International Cricket Council (ICC) Annual Conference week will begin in Barbados on June 22 with the Associate and Affiliate Members' meeting, and will conclude on June 26.

Rohan Bopanna, Florin Mergea reach Gerry Weber Open final

Indian tennis ace Rohan Bopanna and his Romanian partner Florin Mergea have reached the Gerry Weber Open doubles final after batting past Eric Butorac and Scott Lipsky in a pulsating thriller on Satur

Golf legend Nicklaus inspiration behind Kevin Anderson’s success

South African tennis player Kevin Anderson has revealed that the practice sessions at the home of golf legend Jack Nicklaus has been the source of inspiration for his success at the Queen's tournament

Former champion Cram says Mo Farah a victim of ‘witch-hunt’

Former British athlete Steve Cram believes that double Olympic champion Mo Farah is victim of a 'witch-hunt' after the latter denied all allegations of using performance enhancing drugs.

Bairstow leads England to thrilling series win over Kiwis

Jonny Bairstow, who was included in the England side as replacement for Jos Butler just 24 hours ago, helped his side beat New Zealand by three wickets and clinch the five-match series 3-2 at Chester-

Germany thrash Sweden to enter last eight of Women’s World Cup

Top ranked Germany produced an outstanding performance as they thrashed Sweden 4-1 to reach the quarter-finals of the FIFA Women's World Cup.

Indian women beaten 0-1 by Belgium in Hockey’s World League semifinal

Indian women incurred a 0-1 defeat on Saturday against a spirited hosts Belgium in their opening match of the Hockey World League Semifinal.

Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel outpaces Lewis Hamilton in Austrian final F1 GP practice

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel edged past reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton to finish as the fastest driver in a rain-affected final practice at the Austrian Grand Prix on Saturday.

Roger Federer enters Gerry Weber Open final post defeating Karlovic

Top seed Roger Federer remained on course for a record eighth title in Halle on Saturday after he edged out his Croatian opponent Ivo Karlovic in straight sets in their pulsating semi-final clash of t

Liverpool transfer: Charlton’s Joe Gomez seals 5-year deal

Charlton defender Joe Gomez has signed a five-year contract with Liverpool for 3.5million pounds.

Tour de France might not show in 2016 UCI calendar

The Tour de France could be withdrawn from 2016 UCI calendar as the Tour owner Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) is reportedly understood to be worried about the lack of progress in governing body UCI"s

Top seed Halep knocked out of Aegon Classic

Top seed Simona Halep joined the list of causalities to fall at the Aegon Classic as she was defeated 2-6, 6-0, 7-6 (7-4) by France's Kristina Mladenovic in the quarter-finals in Birmingham.

Struggling Tiger Woods misses cut at US Open

Former number one Tiger Woods, who is going from a rough patch on the golf course, missed the cut at the US Open for the first time since 2006 after finishing the second round 16 over par at Chambers

Sepp Blatter backs integrity checks for FIFA security officials

Outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter is supporting the proposal for the organisation's top officials to pass integrity checks as the governing body remains caught up in scandal.

Sowjanya Bavisetti surprises by downing Xinyu Gao in ITF Women’s Tennis tournament

New Delhi, June 20 (ANI): Six seed Indian Sowjanya Bavisetti caused the biggest surprise as she defeated top seed Xinyu Gao of China in the quarter-finals of the USD 10,000 ITF Women's Tennis tourname

Olympic berth at stake for Indian women as they take on Belgium in WHL in Antwerp

The Indian men's team will be taking on France, while the women's team would clash with Belgium in the World Hockey League semi-finals in Antwerp, Belgium today.

Brazil’s Neymar out of Copa America with four-match ban

Brazilian captain Neymar has been ruled out from rest of the Copa America after he was given a four-match suspension by the South American Football Confederation.

Andy Murray survives Giles Muller scare to enter semi-finals at Queen’s tournament

Three-time champion Andy Murray survived a major scare as he overcame a fine grass-court display by Luxemburg's Giles Muller to enter the semi-finals at Queen's tournament.

‘Papa’ Chris Brown gifts baby Royalty miniature cars on 1st b’day

Seems like Chris Brown is making up for missing his daughter Royalty's birthday by gifting her replica of his favourite sports car.

‘Rusty’ Woods rues ‘inconsistency’ for tough US Open start

Former world number golfer Tiger Woods has attributed inconsistency to his tough start to the ongoing US Open but insisted that he is on 'right track' to regain his form.

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