England may have lost on the pitch, but that enduring English wit destroyed the internet. 🔥
Is there any social activity that brings different parts of society together – in such great numbers and with so much dedication and devotion and giddy bliss – than sport?
Hey, you. Do you know what’s coming home? Football, apparently.
This is a story of superhuman strength and resilience.
What does the Qur’an say about fasting during a big event?
Khan battered that Canadian like your local chippy dealing with a couple of pieces of fresh cod.
Not only did Salah pip the likes of Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne, and Spurs' Harry Kane to the top spot, but he scored his 31st Premier League goal over …
Former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg stopped a Saudi Arabia cup match between Al Feiha and Al-Fateh out of respect for the call to prayer.
As a teen, Lari would skate before and after school at the only rink in Abu Dhabi, located within Zayed Sports City.
The 35-year-old has firmly established herself in the sport in her country, and she now wants to use her position to inspire other women.
Dana Hussain competed in the 100m sprint at the 2008 Beijing Olympics for Iraq, the only Iraqi athlete who had actually trained in the war torn country.
On Sunday, Liverpool’s Mo Salah netted an outrageously last minute penalty to secure Egypt a place in the World Cup for the first time in 28 years.
The news is great for the global game. It’s even better for the Leicester Falcons, an all-female, all-Muslim team who formed in response to the rule change.
In Aleppo, 6-year-old Nour is training to become a Karate champ despite her city being reduced to rubble by the conflict in her home country of Syria.
Moeen Ali just became the first player ever to take a match-winning hat-trick at The Oval. So how did a kid from Birmingham become an England cricket star?