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Fox-Pitt finishes fourth in Kentucky  (27 April 12:45 pm) 
Britain's world number one William Fox-Pitt finishes fourth as he fails to defend his Kentucky Three-Day Event title.
'I hated sport before my sex change'  (27 April 12:45 pm) 
How undergoing gender reassignment surgery transformed 59-year-old Delia Johnston's attitude towards sport.
Rose wins seventh PGA Tour title  (27 April 05:15 am) 
Justin Rose birdies the last two holes to win the Zurich Classic of New Orleans by one shot and secure his seventh PGA Tour title.
Hazard named Player of the Year  (27 April 04:00 am) 
Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard wins the Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year award.
Coaches clash in Benfica-Porto draw  (27 April 03:15 am) 
Benfica boss Jorge Jesus and Porto counterpart Julen Lopetegui are pulled apart after a feisty touchline exchange.
Reims 2-4 Lyon  (27 April 03:00 am) 
Lyon moved back to the top of the Ligue 1 table on goal difference from Paris St-Germain with victory over Reims.
Celta Vigo 2-4 Real Madrid  (27 April 02:45 am) 
Javier Hernandez scores twice as Real Madrid beat Celta Vigo in an entertaining game to keep the pressure on Barcelona.
England Test future 'excites' Moores  (27 April 01:30 am) 
Head coach Peter Moores is "very excited" by the mix of senior and young players emerging in England's Test team.
Mourinho hits back at 'boring' jibes  (27 April 01:00 am) 
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says Arsenal and not his team are boring thanks to their 11-year wait to win the league title.
Oscar head injury 'scared' Chelsea  (27 April 12:00 am) 
Chelsea's Oscar went to hospital after club staff became "scared" by his apparent concussion, said manager Jose Mourinho.
Five up for BBC Women's player award  (27 April 12:00 am) 
The five names in contention for the BBC inaugural Women's Footballer of the Year award are revealed.
O'Sullivan one frame from last eight  (26 April 11:16 pm) 
Ronnie O'Sullivan needs one frame to beat Matthew Stevens and move into the World Snooker Championship last eight.
Couch takes second bronze in Kazan  (26 April 11:00 pm) 
Britain's Tonia Couch wins her second bronze medal of the World Series in Kazan in the women's 10m platform.
Arsenal 0-0 Chelsea  (26 April 10:45 pm) 
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho extends his unbeaten run against Arsenal's Arsene Wenger to 13 matches in derby draw.
Buchanan faces toughest opponent yet  (27 April 01:30 am) 
Tom English meets legendary Scottish boxer Ken Buchanan, who is battling alcohol addiction in his Edinburgh sheltered housing unit.
Schumacher Jr wins Formula 4 race  (26 April 09:45 pm) 
Mick Schumacher, the son of former Formula 1 world champion Michael Schumacher, wins an F4 race for the first time.
Valverde wins Liege-Bastogne-Liege  (26 April 09:45 pm) 
Spain's Alejandro Valverde wins the Liege-Bastogne-Liege race, one of the Ardennes Classics, for the third time.
Kerber wins Stuttgart Grand Prix  (26 April 08:45 pm) 
Angelique Kerber fights back from a set down to beat Caroline Wozniacki 3-6 6-1 7-5 and win the Stuttgart Grand Prix.
Anderson second in world rankings  (26 April 08:45 pm) 
England and Lancashire seamer James Anderson moves up to a career-high second in the ICC's Test bowling rankings.
'I played despite broken bone'  (26 April 08:45 pm) 
Southampton defender Toby Alderweireld played with a broken bone in his shoulder in their draw against Spurs.
Deeney only Watford player in team  (26 April 07:45 pm) 
Watford captain Troy Deeney is the only Hornets player voted into the PFA Championship team of the year.
Could Sean Bowen be the real McCoy?  (26 April 06:45 pm) 
Many in the racing world see young Sean Bowen as the natural successor to AP McCoy, writes Cornelius Lysaght.
Tufa wins women's London Marathon  (26 April 04:30 pm) 
Tigist Tufa of Ethiopia wins the women's event in the London Marathon with Mary Keitany of Kenya finishing second.
'Early promotion will help Watford'  (26 April 05:45 am) 
Watford have a realistic chance of Premier League survival having avoided the play-offs, says former boss Graham Taylor.
Hawkins wins tense Crucible thriller  (26 April 03:45 am) 
Barry Hawkins fights back to snatch a 13-11 win over Mark Allen and reach the World Snooker Championship last eight.