AB de Villiers stood tall in the Indian Premier League and once again made a statement of his batting brilliance. Yet, still there are... Read more
Viva Temba. If you don’t agree, don’t bother reading any further because you will be offended, writes Mark Keohane on IOL. To hell with... Read more
South African born and raised Devon Conway is owning the T20 arena in New Zealand. He is the latest in a list of South... Read more
Mark Keohane, on IOL, lists his five sporting wishes for 2021 – and top of the list is to see the world champion Springboks... Read more
The sports industry in England has been dealt a fresh blow after plans to bring back fans from next month were paused.
LeBron James, Antonin Panenka and the New Zealand rugby team all feature as we look back at previous sporting events on this day.
Tiger Woods claimed his first U.S. Open title on June 18 in 2000, while Eoin Morgan and Jonah Lomu both shone on this day... Read more
Shane Warne, the All Blacks and Ricky Hatton each came up with the goods on this day in years past.
It is 12 months since Andy Ruiz capped an epic 24 hours of sport with a stunning win. We look at other examples of... Read more
Changes to lockdown regulations has cleared the way for cricket, football and rugby teams to return to training in South Africa.
Lionel Messi, Jonah Lomu and Arsene Wenger have all marked May 27 with success in years gone by.
Professional sport in the UK moved a step closer to returning on Wednesday as the government approved phase one of a return to training.
Professional sports in England could theoretically return behind closed doors by June 1, though strict government criteria must be met.
Twelve years ago Brendon McCullum lit up the inaugural Indian Premier League with an unbeaten 158. We look at classic tournament openers.
Elite-level sport is facing further delays amid the coronavirus pandemic. We look at when the Premier League, NBA and others hope to return.
We recall some of the biggest sporting moments that occurred on March 22 in previous years, including Steven Gerrard's rapid red card.