With excitement building around the Rio Olympics, ITV is calling on sports clubs to help play their part in the nation's biggest sports day.Read the full story ›
Samantha Kinghorn and Simon Lawson have been added to the line-up to represent Paralympics GB for track and field in Rio.Read the full story ›
There are fears that Ben Stokes could be out for the rest of the season due to an injury.
It happened during the second Investec Test against Pakistan, England and Wales Cricket Board announced he will have an MRI scan on Tuesday on a calf injury he has suffered.
The England all-rounder from Cockermouth had to miss the rest of the series against Sri Lanka after he underwent knee surgery in May.
Annan Athletic welcome Scottish Premiership club Motherwell to Galabank this weekend.
It's the team's third match of the group stage of the Scottish League Cup.
They lost 2-0 away at Rangers in midweek, but after a strong performance they will be hoping for a positive result this time.
Kick off is at 3pm at Galabank.
West Cumbria's rugby league clubs continue their battles against relegation this weekend.
Whitehaven are second from bottom - they take on Sheffield Eagles on Saturday.
Workington Town are bottom of the league, but will be looking to extend their unbeaten run to three games in a row against Oldham.
An opportunity for people in our region to take part in the nation's biggest sports day.Read the full story ›
A look at what is happening in the Border region for I Am Team GB, including thoughts from Olympic gold medalist Greg Rutherford.Read the full story ›
Buses will be on hand for transporting people to watch the Tour of Britain when the UK's top road cycle race visits Dumfries & Galloway.Read the full story ›
School children from across Cumbria have been receiving visits from the Tour of Britain mascot 'ToBI', in a bid to inspire them to take up sport.
The tour visits Cumbria for the second stage of the race on September 5th where it kicks off from Carlisle city centre:
They go all the way round so they see all the bits that were devastated by the floods and see how great things are now in Cumbria and they end up in Kendal and it's going to be a fantastic day.
Carlisle hammer thrower Nick Miller has been named in Great Britain's Rio Olympics team.
The 23-year-old, who won a silver medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, suffered a back injury several weeks ago and feared his Olympic dream would be over.
But after fighting back and with recovery going well he has secured a place on the plane to Brazil.