German football legend Uli Hoeness, head of powerhouse club Bayern Munich, faces a verdict and possible jail term Thursday after he admitted in court to having evaded millions in taxes.
In a blizzard on Sochi’s Paralympic cross country ski track Wednesday, Fernando Aranha shivered in his green Brazilian outift, the only competitor from south of the equator.
Maria Hofl-Riesch clinched the women’s alpine skiing downhill World Cup at Lenzerheide on Wednesday, but her hopes of taking the overall crown were all but shattered by a bad fall.
UEFA have opened disciplinary proceedings against Bayern Munich after a banner related to Kosovo was displayed at the Allianz Arena during Tuesday’s Champions League game against Arsenal.
Michael Schumacher is showing “small, encouraging signs” of recovery from injuries sustained in a ski accident, his family said Wednesday, while acknowledging the Formula One legend faced a long battle ahead.
Scotland coach Scott Johnson on Wednesday announced a 13-man shortlist of backs from which he will select seven for his side’s final Six Nations game against Wales on Saturday.
Australia’s Melbourne Victory fought back for a 2-2 draw against South Korea’s Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors, in the AFC Champions League match in Melbourne Wednesday.
A forensics expert on Wednesday staged a dramatic re-enactment of how Paralympian Oscar Pistorius broke down the door of the toilet where he shot dead his girlfriend.
A sports charity set up by steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal that helped produce India’s only individual Olympic gold medallist has shut down, apparently due to a lack of funds, an official said Wednesday.
Two Russian lawmakers have called on FIFA supremo Sepp Blatter to expel the United States from the World Cup finals.