• The Telegraph

    England at Euro 2024: Fixtures, group, full schedule, kit and latest odds

    Gareth Southgate’s team are now set up at their training base in Germany, the Weimarer Land Spa and Golf resort in Blankenhain, ahead of their opening match against Serbia on Sunday.

  • AFP

    Ingebrigtsen makes Euro history, Duplantis and Jacobs delight

    Jakob Ingebrigtsen became the most successful male European athlete in Rome on Wednesday, while Armand 'Mondo' Duplantis won his third pole vault title and Marcell Jacobs set the crowd alight with a second gold as part of the Italian relay team.Those six golds establish him as Europe's leading male athlete, beyond Britons Mo Farah and Roger Black and then-West Germany's Harald Schmid, who all also won six European medals, but whose tallies included five golds and a silver.

  • PA Media: Sport

    Keely Hodgkinson holds on to retain 800m European Championship title in Rome

    Hodgkinson was pushed to the line by the fast-finishing Gajanova, who took silver in 58.79.

  • AFP

    USA hit by first 'stop-clock' penalty at T20 World Cup

    The United States became the first team to be penalised five runs under the new stop-clock rules in their T20 World Cup loss to India on Wednesday but coach Stuart Law insisted it "did not affect the outcome of the game"."Five runs wasn't going to affect the outcome of the game," added Law.