The Latest

Archery

Baseball

Basketball

Boxing

Sick Cleverly cancels WBO defence

Sick Cleverly cancels WBO defence

Nathan Cleverly has been forced to withdraw from his WBO light-heavyweight title defence against Robin Krasniqi due to illness.The Welsh star was set to face the Kosovan on 28 April at the Royal Albert Hall, London, but has been unable to train for his fourth title...

read more
Scot Taylor secures Team GB place

Scot Taylor secures Team GB place

Lightweight Josh Taylor has qualified for the Olympics, ensuring there will be one Scot in the GB boxing team.Taylor will fight in the 60kg division after reaching the semi-finals of the final European qualifying event, coupled with Sam Maxwell's defeat.Middleweight...

read more
Groves out of world title fight

Groves out of world title fight

George Groves has pulled out of his WBO world title fight against Robert Stieglitz on 5 May because of injury. The British and Commonwealth super-middleweight champion was injured while training in Northern Cyprus. "I am truly sorry to everyone who will be affected by...

read more
GB boxers progress in qualifier

GB boxers progress in qualifier

Heavyweight Warren Baister moved a step closer to Olympic qualification with a thrilling win over France's Abdoulaye Diane in the final qualifying tournament in Trabzon, Turkey.The Sunderland boxer must win his 91kg category to make the Games and his 18-17 victory put...

read more
Fury stops Rogan in Belfast bout

Fury stops Rogan in Belfast bout

Former British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion Tyson Fury maintained his unbeaten record as he stopped veteran Martin Rogan in five rounds in Saturday's bout in Belfast.Fury, 23, made a tentative start as Rogan produced the better work in the first two rounds at...

read more

Chess

Carlsen Tops Biel Field, Starting Tomorrow

Carlsen Tops Biel Field, Starting Tomorrow

For the first time in six years, Magnus Carlsen is playing in Biel again. He tops the field and will compete with Shakhriyar Mamedyarov, Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, Peter Svidler, David Navara and Nico Georgiadis. The 51st Biel Chess Festival will t… …

read more
Dortmund 2018, 5: Nepo crushes Kramnik

Dortmund 2018, 5: Nepo crushes Kramnik

Ian Nepomniachtchi was announced on Friday as part of the
Russian Olympiad team alongside Vladimir Kramnik, but after their Round 5 game
in Dortmund there may be some arguments over board order! Nepo was surprised by
Kramnik in the opening, but later sacrificed a pawn in order to shut one of his
opponent’s bishops out of the game. The positional win that followed was one
Kramnik…

read more
New video series and recommendation system

New video series and recommendation system

Jan Gustafsson’s latest video series, “A repertoire against
1.Nf3, 1.c4 and 1.g3,” has just been released. Although a standalone series, it
could also be thought of as Part 5 of Jan’s popular 4-part repertoire against
1.d4, since it covers all White’s attempts to dodge the lines in that series.
Not sure what series to try next? Our new state-of-the-art proprietary search
algorithm shows you recommendations immediately…

read more
Jan’s Opening Clinic 20: Part 5

Jan’s Opening Clinic 20: Part 5

Though we all tune into Jan’s Opening Clinic for the words of chess opening wisdom of Grandmaster Jan Gustafsson, in part 5 of the 20th edition the hero is a chess24 Premium user who may have discovered something that even the very best players of the Taimanov Sicilian should be aware of. As Jan comments, “what ‘LogicalNonsense’ has done here, casually…

read more

Cricket

Cycling

Inside Peter Sagan’s Tour de France sprint team

Inside Peter Sagan’s Tour de France sprint team

VALENCE, France (VN) — Peter Sagan looked to be outgunned in the finale of Friday’s 13th stage of the Tour de France, a flat and fast 169.5km journey from Le Bourg-d’Oisans to Valence. French sprinter Arnaud Démare had two of his Groupama-FDJ teammates on the front;...

read more
How the Tour changes without Nibali

How the Tour changes without Nibali

VALENCE, France (VN) — The Tour de France “lost the show” with the departure of Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida), who crashed on the Alpe d’Huez Thursday and abandoned overnight. An article from a fan seemed to catch Nibali’s handlebars and take down the four-time...

read more
Thomas gains time but stands behind Froome

Thomas gains time but stands behind Froome

Geraint Thomas is wearing the yellow jersey at the Tour de France. He has won back-to-back stages in the Alps. Thursday marked the second straight day that he padded his lead over Sky teammate and defending Tour champ Chris Froome. At least for now, however, Thomas...

read more
Analysis: Craddock’s data reveals extreme demands of Tour

Analysis: Craddock’s data reveals extreme demands of Tour

On a day when his EF Education First-Drapac team leader Rigoberto Urán abandoned the race, American Lawson Craddock continued to churn away stage after stage through the Alps, despite suffering a broken shoulder on stage 1. Through Tour de France stage 11, Craddock...

read more
Dumoulin, Sunweb say they’ve found Team Sky’s weakness

Dumoulin, Sunweb say they’ve found Team Sky’s weakness

For a brief moment, three kilometers from the top of Alpe d’Huez, a chink appeared in Chris Froome‘s armor, and Tom Dumoulin saw it. Sky’s defending champion had spun up the road in his familiar style, head down, elbows out. It looked like he was on his way to his...

read more

Football

Formula One

Golf

Hockey

Jets

MMA

Nascar

NFL

Racing

Tennis

Volleyball

Wrestling