In pictures: 2014 Abu Dhabi International Triathlon
Over 2,400 athletes, professional and amateur, took part in the 2014 edition of the Abu Dhabi International Triathlon.
Reluctant triathlete Butterfield is men’s winner
If there can be such a paradox as the slacker triathlete, then we might have seen him win the 2014 Abu Dhabi Ironman Triathlon on Saturday.
Southampton hold off late Norwich rally, Vital three points for Fulham
Sunderland and Crystal Palace was the only fixture that did not feature goals in an action-packed Saturday of Premier League football.
Storylines aplenty at Abu Dhabi Equestrian’s final meet of season
Several scenarios have come together to create excitement for the final meeting of the season at Abu Dhabi Equestrian Club on Sunday night.
Emirati ice hockey player aims to join world’s best in NHL
Khalifa Al Mahrouqi views the NHL star Sidney Crosby as his role model and hopes to be the Emirati player to take ice hockey to the next level.
UAE in upbeat mood ahead of IIHF Challenge Cup opener
Host nation open campaign against Kuwait on Sunday night
Abu Dhabi side need every second of 10 minutes of second-half stoppage time
Sunderland v Crystal Palace was the only fixture that did not feature goals in an action-packed Saturday of Premier League football.
Manchester City resumed their Premier League engagements after two weeks off with a narrow 2-0 win over Hull City, but striker Edin Dzeko says the team can ill-afford to be without captain Vincent Kompany in their title chase after the defender was...
Tim Sherwood represents the rare chance for a young English manager, but things at Tottenham need to turn around, beginning with Arsenal, for him to make good on it, writes Jonathan Wilson.
Luis Suarez 'for me, is up there with Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo as one of the best players in the world' Rooney said ahead of Sunday's Manchester United v Liverpool clash.
Liverpool enter Old Trafford on Sunday with recent history flipped, as they will aim to boost a title challenge while Manchester United hope to save face on an embarrassing season, writes Richard Jolly.
The German giants named Hopfner, the current vice president, the new club president on Saturday in the wake of Uli Hoeness' conviction of tax fraud and 3 1/2-year jail sentence.
Coach Jose Anigo, following a 1-1 draw with Reims on Friday night, said 'at Marseille you're expected to excel' as the club struggle to reach one of Ligue 1's four spots that offer some kind of European play for next season.
Anelka announced on via Twitter on Friday night that 'wishing to keep my integrity' he was nixing his West Brom contract. He did not have the actual legal authority to do so, but the club went along with it, sacking him later.
Celtic made it a 24-point lead on top of the Scottish Premiership with a 3-0 win over the hosts on Friday. 'I thought it was a sensational performance' said manager Neil Lennon of Commons' efforts.
Schalke topped hosts Augsburg 2-1 on Friday thanks to Huntelaar's pair of goals, with the three points lifting them over Bayer Leverkusen into the Bundesliga's third Champions League qualifying spot.
Brendan Rodgers dismissed the magnitude of Liverpool's trip to Old Trafford on Sunday, saying, 'Liverpool will always be judged on being the best, both here and in Europe, not against Manchester United.'
Arsene Wenger says Arsenal 'have the quality to deal without' Mesut Ozil, starting with a trip to reeling Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
Capital side in thick of busy schedule while Al Dhafra return to action after two-week hiatus