Travelers Championship: Jordan Spieth wins after play-off

Travelers Championship, fourth round -12 J Spieth (US), D Berger (US); -10 C Hoffman (US), D Lee (NZ); -9 P Casey (Eng), B Weekley, P Reed (US) Selected others: -6 R McIlroy (NI), P Harrington (Ire); Level: R Knox (Sco) Full leaderboard Jordan Spieth won the Travelers Championship by edging out Daniel Berger in a…

Furious Vettel hits Hamilton under safety car as Ricciardo wins thriller

Sebastian Vettel was penalised for driving into Lewis Hamilton in a chaotic and incident-packed Azerbaijan Grand Prix but the German still extended his title lead as a loose head restraint cost the Briton victory. A remarkable race that featured three safety cars and several crashes, including clashes between team-mates, was won by Red Bull’s Daniel…

Aegon Classic: Petra Kvitova wins first title since stabbing by beating Ashleigh Barty

Petra Kvitova capped her remarkable comeback from a career-threatening hand injury by winning the Aegon Classic. The Czech, playing in only her second tournament since she was stabbed by an intruder at her home in December, beat 21-year-old Australian Ashleigh Barty 4-6 6-3 6-3 in Birmingham. Kvitova, 27, returned to action at the French Open…

Favourite Clongowes wins Ulster Derby – highlights & report

Media playback is not supported on this device Ronan Whelan guided favourite Clongowes to a comfortable victory in Saturday’s Ulster Derby at Down Royal. The Jim Bolger-trained 3-1 shot shared the lead with Finn McCool in the early stages before going clear to secure a first race success. Wingingit finished strongly to take second while…

Royal Ascot 2017: The Tin Man wins Diamond Jubilee Stakes for Tom Queally

The Tin Man won the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot for trainer James Fanshawe and jockey Tom Queally. Queally, who guided the legendary Frankel to all 14 of his wins, produced a determined ride on the 9-2 chance. The winner survived a stewards’ inquiry into bumping in the late stages, with Tasleet second and…

Drama for Barker at Road Championships as Rose wins

Olympic gold medallist Elinor Barker finished fifth in the time trial at the National Road Championships after suffering a puncture at high speed. Barker made the switch from the track to the roads for this event but had to complete the last 5km on her road bike. Claire Rose claimed victory in the race on…