News
A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | K | L | M | N | O | P | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Z

Bbc sport



BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2017 as it happened Sport

8.18.2018 | Robert Albertson
Bbc sport
BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2017 as it happened Sport

1 day ago Mo Farah upset the odds to win the 2017 Sports Personality of the Year award, ahead of Jonathan Rea and Jonnie Peacock, as the favourite Anthony Joshua failed to make the top three.

Voting is still open for #SPOTY. Here's everything you need to know ➡️ https://t.co/jKXL3cqMpE pic.twitter.com/ctlWdyHq4Q 8.35pm GMT 20:35.

First in the spotlight: athletics and Jonnie Peacock, starting with the world Para-athletic championships, reminding us of an enjoyable few weeks when the London Stadium was put to its proper use – Georgina Hermitage, Richard Whitehead, Hannah Cockroft and the rest, as GB’s 39 golds are recalled.

Updated at 11.02pm GMT 5.29pm GMT 17:29 Here you go.

We’re nearly there, but before we are, we have a few minutes of montaged Usain Bolt- love to say farewell to a legend.

Updated at 11.01pm GMT 6.50pm GMT 18:50.

It’s well deserved.

BBC Sport

6.16.2018 | Alexander Mercer
Bbc sport
BBC Sport

BBC Sport is a department of the BBC North division providing national sports coverage for BBC evision, radio and online. The BBC holds the evision and radio UK broadcasting rights to several sports, broadcasting the sport live or alongside flagship analysis programmes such as Match of the Day, Test Match Special.

Coverage of these games is complemented by an interactive service on BBC Red Button and Radio commentary on all matches. The BBC hold the live rights to the Autumn Internationals for the Scottish and Welsh sides as well as highlights of the English team. The BBC holds joint rights to the Six Nations championship in the UK with ITV Sport until 2021. The BBC will show all France, Scotland and Wales home matches live either on BBC One or BBC Two.

The BBC has a joint deal with Eurosport to show all of Britain's Davis Cup matches for three years to 2017, with coverage predominay broadcast on BBC Two and the Red Button.

Grandstand was one of the more notable Sport programmes, broadcasting sport since the programmes launch in 1958.

BBC Sport's celebration of Chris Froome an embarrassment Daily

7.17.2018 | Alexander Mercer
Bbc sport
BBC Sport's celebration of Chris Froome an embarrassment Daily

1 day ago BBC Sports Personality of the Year's fawning over 'untouchable' Chris Froome is such an embarrassment. But the film reflecting on Chris Froome’s ‘historic’ year must have had some fine BBC journalists squirming with embarrassment. Last Wednesday it emerged Froome had failed a.

But BBC Sport too often lack the stomach to stand shoulder to shoulder with their news colleagues and so it proved again when they focused on two of the leading contenders for the main prize.

Recent history says Froome was double the permitted limit for an asthma drug and, unless he can provide an explanation considered acceptable to the International Cycling Union, he will be stripped of that Vuelta title and banned. But recent history gives us a problem.

But Balding then asked Froome what happens next, in a manner that was way too ambiguous and offered the 32-year-old cyclist an escape route he was only too happy to take.

The comments below have been moderated in advance.

Balding, however, did nothing.

Home

3.13.2018 | Robert Albertson
Bbc sport

The home of BBC Sport online. Includes live sports coverage, breaking news, results, video, audio and analysis on Football, F1, Cricket, Rugby Union, Rugby League, Golf, Tennis and all the main world sports, plus major events such as the Olympic Games.

What was the fight of the year? Who ends 2017 as the pound-for-pound king? And who's blood did Bunce have on his notepad?

A round-up of our favourite social media photos and clips, including 'that' Andy Murray Christmas jumper and a heartwarming 'Santa joins Juve' video.

Woods splits with swing coach Como.

Former Leeds star Atkinson dies.

Manchester City extend their record run of victories as Chelsea lose ground and Newcastle and Stoke get much-needed wins.

GB sprinter Levine fails drugs test.

Lab tests and dehydration levels - what can four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome do to avoid a ban after his "adverse" urine test?

Injured Starc ruled out of fourth Test.

Your essential sports diary.

'Vet's emotion and anger just ran away with him'.

Glasgow beaten after last-minute try from 14-man Edinburgh.

'Childish' errors & 'joke chances' annoy Mourinho after draw at Leicester.

Murray delaying departure to Australia.

Football Cricket Golf Horse racing. Jose Mourinho criticises Manchester United's "childish" mistakes as his team falls further behind leaders Manchester City after a dramatic draw with Leicester.

Mark Lawrenson takes on singer-songwriter Craig David in the latest round of Premier League matches.

With performing artists, sponsored dot balls and gold coins, T10 is even glitzier than Twenty20, but does it have a future?

Listen to 5 live F1's season review from the Mercedes factory, where Toto Wolff talks openly about Hamilton, Vet and more.

Ugo Monye and Chris Jones have selected their team of the year - but can you do better? Use our selector to pick your side, and listen to the podcast unveiling Ugo and Chris' choice.

Honestly. This Christmas, BBC Sport finds out Jose Mourinho's views on Cliff Richard, Antonio Conte's Christmas Eve plans and what gift Mauricio Pochettino sent to Arsene Wenger.

Liverpool news Sadio Mane is JEALOUS of Mohamed Salah

9.19.2018 | Alexander Mercer
Bbc sport
Liverpool news Sadio Mane is JEALOUS of Mohamed Salah

Liverpool news: Sadio Mane is JEALOUS of Mohamed Salah - BBC Sport pundit Ian Wright. LIVERPOOL star Sadio Mane is jealous of Mohamed Salah because he's taken over the golden boy mantle at Anfield. By James Benson. PUBLISHED: 21:40, Mon, Dec 18, 2017 | UPDATED: 21:40, Mon, Dec 18, 2017.

"That teams are still so preoccupied with Mane that, in the early stage of the season, they’ve maybe not marked Salah quite as tightly, so Liverpool’s attack has done more down the right than down the left?".

Smith, who works for the New York Times, wasn’t a fan of Wright’s explanation though and revealed his own take to presenter Mark Chapman and fellow guest Alex Bruce.

"I’m just asking, I’m just asking.

"Is it more likely to be the exact opposite, Wrighty?" he replied.

While laughing, Wright responded: "Do you think there’s a bit of jealousy in there, there’s a bit of jealousy in there, Rory, with Mo Salah?

We can’t replace Mane.’?.