Superstar Pocock weighing break from rugby

Wallabies superstar David Pocock is reportedly considering walking away from rugby to concentrate on his studies.

Tennis umpires banned over corruption

Tennis' world governing body has announced two umpires were banned last year for breaches of the sport's code of conduct for officials.
A motor was found in the bike of Femke Van Den Driessche's bike during the recent cyclo-cross world champs. (AAP)

UCI considers testing all bikes for hidden motors

International Cycling Union president Brian Cookson said his organisation will leave no stone unturned in the bid to rid the sport of cheats.

Adelaide bomb out of Champions League

Adelaide United are out of the Asian Champions League after being defeated by China's Shandong Luneng.
9RAW: Racist football fans block black man

Racism victim to attend Chelsea game

The French commuter who was racially abused by a group of Chelsea fans last year has accepted an offer to attend their clash with PSG.
Sam Stosur. (AAP)

Zika won't impact Stosur's Olympic aim

Kenya has stepped back from a claim it may boycott the Rio Olympics over the Zika virus, and Australia's Sam Stosur's plans are unlikely to be affected.

Warne slams 'selfish' Steve Waugh

Aussie cricket great Shane Warne has no time for his former captain Steve Waugh, saying he's the most "selfish cricketer I've played with".

Packer to carry big load in Charity Shield

All eyes will be on reformer bad boy Russell Packer in a new-look Dragons pack for their Charity Shield clash with Souths.

Smith, Inglis back Walters' Origin bans

Cameron Smith and Greg Inglis have backed Queensland coach Kevin Walters' call to ban eight players for 12 months.

Dual centuries lead Proteas over England

South Africa have belted England in the third match of their one-day series, with Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla scoring centuries.

Marshall leaves door open for Tigers return

Off-contract Benji Marshall says he wants to stay at the Dragons but has left the door open for a return to Wests Tigers.

Boyce unlucky as Agar makes World Cup squad

Chief selector Rod Marsh admits legspinner Cameron Boyce was unlucky to miss selection for T20 World Cup.

Marsh slams Aussies' 'ridiculous' schedule

Chief selector Rod Marsh has slammed the "ridiculous" schedule that leaves Australia with two days to prepare for the First Test.

Ponting wary of Smith's workload

Former Australian cricket captain Ricky Ponting is worried Steve Smith's leadership duties in all three formats of the game may take its toll.

Bellamy implores Cronk to re-sign

Coach Craig Bellamy remains coy on future but says off-contract star Cooper Cronk should finish his career at Melbourne.

Parcell puts his hand up for Manly No.9

Manly's Matt Parcell has been given a clear run to stake his claim for the hooker spot after injuries to his rivals.

Wade calls NZ allrounder a 'f---ing coward'

Australian keeper Matthew Wade called New Zealand allrounder Grant Elliott a coward as tensions boiled over during the deciding ODI in Hamilton.
Peter Nevill. (AAP)

Smith to lead Aussies' T20 tilt in India

Steve Smith feels ready for the responsibility of leading Australia in all three formats, having been named captain of a 15-man Twenty20 World Cup squad.
Tom Burgess. (AAP)

Tom Burgess resisting lure of NFL, for now

South Sydney's Tom Burgess says he remains committed to the NRL despite working out with five NFL teams over the summer.