British sailors had a successful weekend at the last major regatta before the Rio Olympics. They won five of the 13 gold medals on finals day at the World Cup event off Weymouth, and Sophie Ainsworth from Ashford in Kent was among the winning crews.
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A Portsmouth fan who was attacked by Russian hooligans will be in a coma for several days.
Andrew Bache was struck over the head repeatedly with an iron bar or hammer in Marseille.
Andrew, 51, has been placed into an induced coma to help the swelling in his brain to go down.
Jay Rickets, who set up a fundraising page for Mr Bache, said his brother and son were on their way to the hospital.
"His life was saved by French police who gave him CPR. It was a completely unprovoked attack."
Mr Bache was with a group of six or seven friends who had gone out to follow England in Euro 2016.
A fundraising page has been set up for Andrew.
What to wear, and what NOT to wear? That's the question being asked by thousands of racegoers as they gear up for Royal Ascot week, in what is one of the biggest sporting and social events in the world.
The racecourse is notoriously strict when it comes to enforcing the traditional dress code, and no one wants to be turned away. But there's nothing to fear, if you stick to some basic rules. Cary Johnston spoke to Mark Fish, of Suits Newbury, and race-goers Jade and James Sim.
Britain's most successful rower - who lives in Maidenhead - will have to wait to see if she'll compete in Rio.
London 2012 gold medallist Katherine Grainger was left out of the Olympic rowing squad, which was announced today in Henley. She - and Vicky Thornley - failed to make the cut for the women's eight. However, they could fly to Brazil in the women's double sculls.
Interview with Sir David Tanner, British Rowing Performance Director.
The selected athletes are:
Men’s Pair, Eight, 2 Spares from:
Andrew T Hodge
Cox of Men’s Eight
Cox of Women’s Eight
Zoe de Toledo
Men’s Lightweight Four
Men’s Lightweight Double Scull
Women’s Lightweight Double Scull
Prince Harry has already declared him 'world class' - now athlete Dave Henson is aiming to prove it by winning a medal in the IPC European Championships and a place in the Paralympic Games in Rio. Dave is a former Army captain who lost both legs in Afghanistan. His achievements since then are extraordinary. Kerry Swain reports
Alex Thomson arrived into Les Sable d’Olonne, France, after successfully finishing the Ocean Masters New York to Vendée Race in third place.
Crossing the finishing line at 18:43 CEST, Thomson completed the race in 9 days, 21 hours, 3 minutes and 34 seconds, which secured him a place on the podium.
“This is a fantastic achievement; not only for me but for the entire team.” said Thomson.
The Ocean Masters New York to Vendée Race is a 3,100 mile single-handed sprint from downtown New York across the Atlantic to Les Sables D’Olonne, and is the penultimate challenge before the all-important Vendée Globe, which begins in November.
Thousands of people are preparing to attend five days of spectacular horse racing at next week's Royal Ascot. But what many people may not know is that it takes several months to prepare for the event - especially from a security point of view. Kate Bunkall reports.
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman is expected to complete his move to Everton over the next 24 hours.
ITV Meridian understand Saints are to receive around £5 million in compensation. It's being reported the Dutchman will receive £6 million a year at the Merseyside club.
Southampton have drawn up their own shortlist - with Bournemouth's Eddie Howe among those mentioned.