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Jess Varnish tells an employment tribunal that British Cycling coaches would "listen through the door", as she seeks damages for wrongful dismissal.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says "racism is everywhere" following the alleged racial abuse of his forward Raheem Sterling.
Lions fly-half Johnny Sexton signs a new deal with the Irish Rugby Football Union and will play for Ireland and Leinster until 2021.
Patricio Manuel becomes the first transgender boxer to fight in the United States as he beats Hugo Aguilar in a super-featherweight bout.
Dustin Lance Black, screenwriter and husband to Tom Daley, says his views of surrogacy have changed.
Bournemouth's Tyrone Mings pulls out of an interview with Talksport in protest at its coverage of the alleged racial abuse of Raheem Sterling.
Anthony Joshua's team are "begging" for a world heavyweight unification bout, says WBC champion Deontay Wilder.
Margot Robbie has revealed that she felt she wasn't the right actress for the role of Queen Elizabeth I.
Watch highlights from Angelique Kerber's victory over seven-time champion Serena Williams to win her first Wimbledon title in front of a star-studded Centre Court crowd.
From breastfeeding to formula, five mums tell us how they found their way - and shunned mum shaming,
Foreign navies have played a key role in curbing piracy off Somalia's coast, writes the BBC's Anne Soy.
Each paid post is making reality TV stars like Paul Knops and Jamie Jewitt hundreds of pounds - but how?
British Olympic medallist Anyika Onuora says she used to wear baggy clothes to hide her body because people "felt entitled to touch it".
A new version of Richard Adams's rabbit tale has a "strong" cast but "robotic" animation, say critics.
Thirty-six years after surviving a massacre, Ramiro Osorio Cristales testified last month against one of the killers - the man who raised him.
David McGreavy murdered and mutilated three young children 45 years ago, a crime that remains as shocking as it was inexplicable.