36th America’s Cup: Jimmy Spithill warns people to not be surprised by twists and turns

Jimmy Spithill, co-helmsman on Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli Team, says that the Italian team are fully focused ahead of Saturday’s PRADA Cup racing and that no-one should ever be surprised by the twists and turns of the America’s Cup competition. Spithill was speaking ahead of the final weekend of match

India’s Mohammed Siraj takes Test-best 5-73 against Australia in series decider at Brisbane

India seamer Mohammed Siraj claimed his maiden Test five-wicket haul to dismiss Australia for 294 and set up a close finish on the final day of the series decider at Brisbane. Siraj made amends for dropping two catches – including Steve Smith, who top-scored for the home side with 55

England have advantage over Sri Lanka at start of series, Kumar Sangakkara tells the Hussain and Key Cricket show

Sri Lanka will go into their series against England as underdogs after taking a ‘mental beating’ in their heavy defeat in South Africa, says Kumar Sangakkara. Sri Lanka suffered a 2-0 defeat to the Proteas earlier this month, losing the second match of the series by 10 wickets after the

Greatest Test team: England’s 2010 Ashes heroes edge out Graeme Smith’s South Africa side to make semi-finals

Another ‘extra Test’ was needed, but England’s 2010 Ashes winners overcame Graeme Smith’s 2013 South Africans to clinch the final spot in the Greatest Test Team semi-final, winning their series 3-2. England started the first Test strongly, with 98 from Jonathan Trott and 79 from Kevin Pietersen, but Dale Steyn

Olympics official says prioritise athletes for coronavirus jab so Tokyo Games can go ahead

Olympic athletes should be given priority access to coronavirus vaccines to save the Tokyo Games from cancellation, according to a prominent International Olympic Committee (IOC) member. Sky News understands conversations are underway between the government and the British Olympic Association (BOA) about securing athletes a Covid-19 vaccination by July, when

Sri Lanka vs England: Angelo Mathews, Dinesh Chandimal and Suranga Lakmal set to be fit for Test series

Sri Lanka hope to have at least three key players back after an injury-hampered Test series defeat to South Africa, captain Dimuth Karunaratne said on Tuesday, as they look ahead to hosting England later this month. Veterans Angelo Mathews and Dinesh Chandimal and senior seamer Suranga Lakmal are all due

Kilkenny and Tipperary: Question marks over hurling’s traditional big guns ahead of 2021?

And so the 2020 hurling year has been consigned to the record books. Limerick regained the Liam MacCarthy Cup, and judging by the comprehensive nature of their All-Ireland triumph, it appears the Treaty are here to stay at the sport’s top table. But what of the main challengers? Speaking on

India’s Ajinkya Rahane puts pressure on Australia with unbeaten hundred in Melbourne Test

Stand-in skipper Ajinkya Rahane led from the front with a classy unbeaten century as India built a solid first-innings lead on day two of the second Test against Australia in Melbourne. Rahane – captaining India for the rest of the series after Virat Kohli returned home for the birth of