More cheats are being caught, but there are fears that the public will view the problem as endemic.
Maria Sharapova has led the criticism of the condition of the Wimbledon courts, after she slipped and then fell out of the tournament altogether.
He is, as Smash Hits used to say, "Back! Back!! Back!!!" José Mourinho will have to go some to top his first arrival at Stamford Bridge.
After a decade of hiring and firing big-name managers, Chelsea's owner may be short of applicants to replace Rafael Benitez.
The British government and Olympic organisers are drawing up contingency plans to deal with the inclement summer, writes Owen Gibson.
Despite the organisers' best efforts, officials in 27 countries are likely to cash in on the black market, writes Owen Gibson.
The run-up to London 2012 has been remarkably smooth but there's one dark cloud -- the weather.
Outlay at Stamford Bridge and Eastlands shows era of profligacy is not over yet.
The former chairperson of England's Football Association has reignited the row over allegations of corruption in football's governing body.
Uefa has warned that clubs that fail to live within their means will have to "face the consequences" under its new rules.