Following the surprise 34-32 victory, Twitter was abuzz with congratulations for victorious underdog Japan.Read the full story ›
Japan has achieved a shock 34-32 win over South Africa in the Rugby World Cup.
Japan's victory in the Pool B match played in the Amex Stadium in Brighton came via a try in the 84th-minute.
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Mo Farah revelled in becoming a history maker as he completed a hat-trick of long-distance doubles at global championship in Beijing.Read the full story ›
Mo Farah has completed a hat-trick of long-distance doubles at global championships by retaining his world 5,000 metres title in Beijing.Read the full story ›
England's Rugby World Cup training squad for their Colorado training camp has been reduced from 50 to 45, with Stephen Myler, Elliot Daly, Maro Itoje and Ed Slater returning to their clubs on standby and Nick Easter remaining at Harlequins for treatment on a sore back, the Rugby Football Union has announced.
England's opening World Cup match against Fiji, and every other game throughout the tournament, will be broadcast live on ITV and ITV4.
England's World Cup opponents released a spoof documentary in which players can be seen making statements like "we suck, plain and simple".Read the full story ›
Ed Warner says if he was a close friend of Mo Farah's he would advise the Olympic champion to suspend his relationship with Alberto SalazarRead the full story ›
Harlem Globetrotters legend Haynes has been hailed as "a pioneer" who helped "set the tone for modern basketball", following his death.Read the full story ›
Sam Burgess has been named in England's 50-man World Cup training squad which will be whittled down to 31 in late AugustRead the full story ›
A late mechanical proved costly for Team Sky's Richie Porte as Nicola Boem (Bardiani-CSF) won stage 10 of the Giro d'Italia on Tuesday.
Boem was part of the breakaway which held off the charging peloton in the finale of the 200-kilometres route from Civitanova Marche to Forli.
Alberto Contador (Tinkoff-Saxo) enjoyed an uneventful day to retain the overall leader's pink jersey, with Porte's bid for the maglia rosa hindered by a mishap with around 5km to go.
The Australian, who began the day 22 seconds behind in third, suffered a late and costly mechanical, losing 47 seconds to the Spaniard to slip to fourth.
Porte now trails Contador by one minute nine seconds overall, with Fabio Aru (Astana) the nearest challenger, three seconds behind.