John Bowe and Paul Stokell will start from the front row in round six of the Australian Nations Cup Championship after qualifying in tragic circumstances at Victoria's Phillip Island grand prix circuit today.
30,000 see Real Madrid train
Some 30,000 Thai fans turned out to watch Spanish giants Real Madrid train at Bangkok's Rajamangala stadium ahead of their friendly against the Thai national side.
White makes the most of Jones's pregnant pause
The news that Marion Jones is on her way back following pregnancy will send a shiver down the spine of every female sprinter.
German to take part in fight with no rules
A German is to become the first ever European to take part in the world's most brutal tournament - the Sanda fight in China.
Arjuna: Scheme for scandal?
The only thing that's remained constant amidst all the changes in the make-up and get-up of the Arjuna Awards over 40-odd-years, is controversy.
Asian hockey needs aggression to counter Europeans: Pak coach
Pakistan coach Tahir Zaman Saturday called on Asian teams to play more aggressively to counter Europeans in field hockey.
Jaideep Patwardhan triumphs
The wheel has come a full circle at the Bangalore Golf Course for Jaideep Patwardhan.
Race not in danger, F1 president says
A day after local organizers proclaimed the Canadian Grand Prix dead, the head of the Formula One racing circuit denied the race was in jeopardy and said no decision would be made until the end of this season.
Sex with my Louise is better than F1
Race ace Jenson Button has revealed he would rather have sex with Fame Academy girlfriend Louise Griffiths than drive a fast car.
Farcical end to men's 100 metres final
A chaotic men's 100 metres final ended in farce at the London grand prix on Friday after officials switched from electronic to manual timing in the evening's showpiece event.
French golfer Farry fails dope test
French golfer Marc Farry became the first European Tour player to return a positive drugs test, it was confirmed on Friday.
Ronaldo feels flush
Hours before Real Madrid's friendly match against a Hong Kong-China team yesterday, star striker Ronaldo took time to visit a Hong Kong jewelry shop famous for its full-size, solid-gold toilets.
Down Under: Football more popular than cricket
The high profile of the 2002 World Cup and prominence of Australian players overseas has resulted in football replacing cricket as the most popular team sport played in Australia, new research shows.
Ecclestone denies 2004 Canadian Grand Prix has been axed
The future of the Canadian Grand Prix remains a mystery after Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone denied claims by race organisers that the event had been axed.
Mclaren to unveil 2004 drivers in Hungary
McLaren will unveil its 2004 driver line-up when the Formula One circus reconvenes in Budapest, Hungary, in a fortnight's time. Sources close to the team's engine partner, Mercedes, say Norbert Haug set a 'three week' deadline on the news at the Hockenheim event.
Arsenal tie up $88.5 million kit deal with Nike
The new deal, replacing the north London club's current contract with Nike which has run since 1994, kicks in on July 1 2004 until June 2011.
Courtney moves closer to F1
Australian James Courtney has received a major boost in his campaign to break into Formula One.
F-1 move is OK with George
Indianapolis Motor Speedway president Tony George said he still thinks the U.S. Grand Prix can be a success in June 2004 even if the Canadian Grand Prix isn't there to help build interest.
GB 'needs Olympic football team'
Olympic chiefs believe the formation of a British football team should form a key part of the campaign to bring the Games to London in 2012.
Inside the cars
See how each part works and fits together in the final machine.
The gossip column
All the football talk from Saturday's papers.
The back pages
To many non-football fans, and apparently there are a few, it may have seemed like the beautiful game never went away, but the new season finally kicks off on Saturday.