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Tour de France

Greipel wins Tour de France stage two

ImageRostock-born sprinter André Greipel has won the second stage of the Tour de France. It was his seventh stage victory at cycling's premier at event. Meanwhile, Fabio Cancellara nabbed the yellow jersey.

Tour de France

Tour de France: Stage by Stage

A comprehensive stage-by-stage guide to the 2015 Tour de France. From the cobblestones of stage four to the endless mountains of stage 12, the Tour offers all the tests a modern cyclist must endure. Check out the stages!


Live: 2015 Bundesliga Summer Transfers

Keep up to date with all of the latest transfers in Germany's top flight, as well as the main moves across European football. Join in on Twitter or Facebook.

Formula One

Hamilton wins his third British Grand Prix, Rosberg second

Lewis Hamilton has returned to the top step of the podium in front of his home fans, taking all 25 points ahead of Nico Rosberg at Silverstone. As the drizzle fell late on, a shrewd pit stop won Sebastian Vettel third.


Blatter: Blame Germany and France, not FIFA, for Qatar World Cup

FIFA President Sepp Blatter, who may or may not be leaving his post soon, has hit back at his European critics in a German newspaper, saying that presidents of France and Germany helped secure a World Cup in Qatar.

Extreme Sports

German Jan Frodeno wins European Ironman Championship

2008 Olympic gold medalist Jan Frodeno has added another major title with a record-setting effort at the European Championships in Frankfurt. It was a cool perfomance on a very hot day.


Wiesberger beats Kaymer to win French Open for the first time

Top German golfer Martin Kaymer looks to be regaining his form ahead of the British Open. But he came up short against Austrian Bernd Wiesberger who claimed the French Open in nearly flawless fashion.

International football

Dreaming of France, Podolski tries Turkey and Galatasaray

Lukas Podolski says his move to Galatasaray was a decision taken by his gut and his heart. But he's using his head too. Ageing Prince Poldi dreams of another tournament with Germany and needs club minutes to get it.