- Concacaf Football
Manchester City and the New York Yankees have formed a new MLS team to play in New York City from 2015.
Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has rejected the link with Rafael Benitez but hopes to sell Edinson Cavani to Man City.
Andy Murray will not participate in this year's French Open event on medical advice, due to an injury.
Tony Pulis is no longer manager of Stoke City, the club have confirmed after a day full of media speculation.
Golf's governing bodies will ban the anchoring of putters from January 2016.
Spain's Benat Intxausti won a three-way sprint to take stage 16 of the Giro d'Italia ahead of Tanel Kangert and Przemyslaw Niemiec in Ivrea.
Sylvain Georges's B sample has confirmed his failed drugs test during the Giro d'Italia.
Gordon Taylor has confirmed the PFA has been contacted by Sunderland players about their manager Paolo Di Canio.
Real Madrid legend Raul has revealed that twice during his career he has turned down advances from Barcelona.
West Ham United will sign Romania captain Razvan Rat on a free transfer, and on-loan Liverpool striker Andy Carroll could be next.
China will host the seventh edition of the Royal Trophy when holders Asia take on Europe in the annual team golf contest.
Audley Harrison has announced his return to the ring just three weeks after retiring.
Ronnie O’Sullivan will compete at the first event of the 2013/14 snooker season in China.
- Asian Football
Thailand's sports authority has threatened to intervene if the FA fails to hold presidential elections by the middle of July.
England have named an unchanged 12-man squad for the second Test against New Zealand which starts on Friday at Headingley.
India's Supreme Court has dismissed a petition seeking to scrap the remaining matches of the IPL amid corruption concerns.
Round-up: Top two seeds Marion Bartoli and Tamira Paszek were bounced out of the opening round in Strasbourg in straight sets.
Brydan Klein went down 7-6 6-3 to 19-year old Mathias Bourgue at the qualifiers for the French Open in Roland Garros.
Europe captain Paul McGinley has announced he will have three wildcard selections for next year's Ryder Cup in Scotland.
Kris Commons has announced his retirement from international football.
The Detroit Red Wings seized control of their Western Conference semi-final series with a 3-1 win over the Chicago Blackhawks.
Effenbert Liberty Ducati have announced they will take no further part in WSBK, leaving Aussie Mark Aitchison without a ride.
Round-up: Justin Gatlin scorched to victory in the 100 metres at the World Challenge in Beijing in a time of 9.91 seconds.
Andy Carroll and Republic of Ireland striker Robbie Keane have been ruled out of upcoming international friendlies.
The Los Angeles Clippers have decided to part ways with head coach Vinny Del Negro.
Sergio Garcia's feud with Tiger Woods will not stop him shaking hands with the world number one.
- African Football
Uganda unveiled Serbian Milutin Sredojevich as their new coach at a news conference in Kampala on Tuesday.
Carlton Cole looks set to leave West Ham after saying his goodbye's to the fans on Twitter.
Philippe Montanier will take over as coach of Rennes after informing Real Sociedad he does not want to extend his contract.
Alex Ferguson capped his final season by clinching the League Managers' Association Manager of the Year award.
- European Football
Ajax Amsterdam coach Frank de Boer has agreed a four-year deal to extend his contract until July 2017.
Vivian Cheruiyot will not defend her titles at the Moscow world athletics championships in August.
- South American Football
Serie A kicks off at the weekend and some of the country's most successful sides already appear to be out of contention.
The Chennai Super Kings made the final of the IPL after defeating Mumbai Indians by 48 runs in the first qualifier in Delhi.
- European Football
Maccabi Tel Aviv have reasserted their dominance of Israeli football but they might soon be without coach Oscar Garcia.