FedEx Cup Rule Changes Make Playoffs Easier (for Fans)

Under the old FedEx Cup playoff format, two golfers were often awarded trophies after the final round.CreditCreditJohn Amis/Associated PressBy Aug 7, 2019The FedEx Cup playoffs have a well-deserved reputation for confusing golf fans, if not all sports fans.

Cricket World Cup disorder: Police tracing eight men

Fans clashed inside and outside the ground during the game between Pakistan and Afghanistan on 29 June.Officers said they had "pinpointed four incidents of violent disorder" and were "keen to identify the suspects" after scouring CCTV and social media footage.

Early Goal Is All Algeria Needs to Capture Africa Cup of Nations

Soccer|Early Goal Is All Algeria Needs to Capture Africa Cup of NationsAlgeria 1, Senegal 0ImageBaghdad Bounedjah, left, with his teammate Youcef Belaili after the win.CreditCreditSuhaib Salem/ReutersCAIRO — Algeria won the Africa Cup of Nations for the first time in nearly three decades on Friday, beating Senegal, 1-0, in the final with a deflected goal in the opening seconds by striker Baghdad Bounedjah.

England, the Birthplace of Cricket, Captures Cricket World Cup

ImageEngland’s Jos Buttler helped lead his team to victory in the 2019 Cricket World Cup.That meant the World Cup’s first Super Over, which fans watched with hands around their heads and with a rule explainer required on the big screens inside the home of cricket.

Algeria and Senegal Push Through to Africa Cup Final

Soccer|Algeria and Senegal Push Through to Africa Cup FinalImageRiyad Mahrez of Algeria scored in extra time against Nigeria, putting his team in the Africa Cup of Nations final.CreditCreditKhaled Elfiqi/EPA, via ShutterstockRiyad Mahrez scored from a free kick in the fifth minute of injury time as Algeria beat Nigeria, 2-1, on Sunday and progressed to the Africa Cup of Nations final against Senegal.

Celebrating the World Cup as a Triumph for Women’s Sports

Move|Celebrating the World Cup as a Triumph for Women’s SportsWatching the soccer championship was the first time I’ve felt women were being recognized as the incredible athletes that they can be.I watched the 2016 Olympic Marathon trials with a bunch of runners at a bar that opened early to host a watch party.

Netball World Cup 2019: England v Uganda & Stland v Samoa in their Preliminary Stage One match

Video contentVideo caption: Netball World Cup: England, Scotland & NI stars try scouse phrasesNetball World Cup: England, Scotland & NI stars try scouse phrasesPosted at 18:3818:38Opening ceremonyNetball World Cup 2019'Let the best team win' was the message in a Beatles-heavy opening ceremony.Goal keeper Muhayimina Namuwaya is given a ticking off for intimidation, while England's Layla Guscoth is cautioned for not placing her penalty properly.

BBC Radio 5 live - TMS at the Cricket World Cup, CWC Day 44: Team of the tournament

HomepageAccessibility linksSkip to contentAccessibility HelpBBC AccountNotificationsHomeNewsSportWeatheriPlayerSoundsCBBCCBeebiesFoodBitesizeArtsTasterLocalTVRadioThreeMenuSearchSearch the BBC Schedule BBC Radio 5 live sports extra Test Match Special EpisodesHighlightsTMS podcastTailenders podcastThe DoosraBBC Sport: CricketContact Us Main content Listen now TMS at the Cricket World Cup Jimmy Anderson, Isa Guha, Andy Zaltzman and Prakash Wakankar go through their team of the World Cup so far.Plus Eleanor Oldroyd and Simon Mann reveal the results of a BBC Sport online poll to find out who has been selected by the public.

With a World Cup Boost, an Agent Bets on Female Athletes

Because of those women, Rapinoe said, she has “seen more acceptance, more acknowledgment and support, which has certainly led to more opportunity.”Characteristic of someone who is never afraid to speak her mind and has sued her employer for gender discrimination, however, Rapinoe said she does not believe those increased opportunities are enough.

Megan Rapinoe Steals the Show at the Women’s World Cup Parade

Soccer|Megan Rapinoe Steals the Show at the Women’s World Cup ParadeAfter a parade up Broadway, Rapinoe said, “We have to love more and hate less.In a memorable speech, she lauded her teammates, spoke of the politics of division and equal pay and let forth a profane tribute to New York City.

BBC Radio 5 live - TMS at the Cricket World Cup, CWC Day 41: NZ vs India on hold, barefoot Aussies and departing Chief Execs

Jonathan Agnew looks back on a frustrating half-completed semi final at Old Trafford Show more Jonathan Agnew is joined by former New Zealand captain Jeremy Coney and Prakash Wakankar on a frustrating day at Old Trafford, where rain has halted the semi-final between New Zealand and India after 46 overs of the New Zealand innings.Liam Plunkett tells us that he doesn’t think England will be adopting Australia’s barefoot Edgbaston walkabout approach, the outgoing chief exec of the ICC, Dave Richardson, talks free-to-air tv, World Cup formats, and the progress he’s made as he departs his role, and we hear from a family of India fans who drove to the World Cup.