2:27 PM Former All Blacks coach John Hart says Jonah Lomu's long-standing illness meant he played all of his career at only 80 percent capacity.
Kristen Tsiamis 2:07 PM Basketball legend Kobe Bryant announced on Sunday on the Players' Tribune website at the end of the 2015/16 season, saying "this season is all I have left to give".
6:52 AM The Robbie Farah saga is set to be over in the next 48 hours, with the Tigers reportedly set to announce the star hooker will remain at the club until the end of 2017.
Brad Walter 6:52 PM Teams will have 30 seconds for a drop out and 35 seconds to pack a scrum
James MacSmith 6:21 PM Reece Robinson plans to pick the mind of his new NSW Waratahs teammate Israel Folau as he bids to make a successful conversion from the NRL to Super Rugby.
9:43 AM Nathan Coulter-Nile has been named in Australia's squad for the first Test against the West Indies in Hobart, while fellow paceman Scott Boland is on standby.
9:05 AM England captain Eoin Morgan hit the winning run as the tourists secured their first T20 whitewash with a thrilling super-over win against Pakistan in the third match of the series in Sharjah on Monday.
Tammy Mills 11:16 AM Essendon Football Club has admitted it failed to provide a safe workplace during the supplements program.
9:53 AM Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain scored twice to put them top of Serie A with an extraordinary 2-1 win over Inter Milan who twice hit the woodwork in stoppage time after playing the entire second half with 10 men.
9:00 AM Melbourne City is unbeaten six games into the season and looks to have the title wrapped up.
Chris Dutton 5:10 PM Brad Haddin won a World Cup, scored 23 first class centuries and played 66 Tests. But he couldn't do what Owen has done.
Patrick Bartley 9:44 PM The case against trainers Mark Kavanagh and Danny O'Brien took another twist on Monday when one of the main players in the scandal changed his plea.
Steve Smith says the first-ever day-night Test was a success.
Shaun Marsh sets up a historic day-night victory for Australia.
The Cavs' offence again came up trumps as Canberra went to 16-8.