Tour Championship: Jordan Spieth three off lead held by Kyle Stanley

Tour Championship first-round leaderboard-6 K Stanley (US); -4 W Simpson (US), D Berger (US), B Koepka (US), P Casey (Eng); -3 J Spieth (US), R Henley (US), G Woodland (US), J Rahm (Spa)Full leaderboardFedEx Cup points leader Jordan Spieth is three shots off the lead after the first round of

England v West Indies: Three spectators injured as part of stand collapses

Three spectators were injured after part of a stand collapsed during England's Twenty20 defeat by West Indies at Chester-le-Street.Durham said the fans fell when "a small section of the North-East Terrace flooring became unstable" at about 21:30 BST, during England's innings.Part of the stand, which Durham said passed safety inspections

McLaren-Honda split after three years of troubled partnership

McLaren are to split with engine partner Honda at the end of the season just three years into their troubled partnership.It follows consistently poor performance and reliability from Honda's engines since the two joined forces for the 2015 season.McLaren are to switch to Renault engines, having concluded a three-year deal,

European Masters: Scott Hend leads Matt Fitzpatrick as round three suspended

European Masters third-round leaderboard-11: Hend* (Aus); -9: Fichardt* (SA), Fitzpatrick* (Eng), Zanotti* (Par); -8: Fraser (Aus), Jaidee* (Tha), Sterne* (SA), Bermester (SA), Bjork* (Swe), Bjerregaard (Den);Selected others:-7: Hatton (Eng), Stewart (Sco); -6: S Gallacher (Sco), Drysdale (Sco); -5: Noren (Swe), Slattery (Eng); +1: Donald (Eng), Westwood (Eng), Ramsay (Sco)*Denotes yet

McIlroy at lowest world ranking for more than three years

Rory McIlroy will enter next week's BMW Championship play-offs event in the US at his lowest world ranking for more than three years.The four-time major winner has slipped from fourth to sixth in the rankings after missing the cut at the Dell Technologies Championship in Boston.Winner Justin Thomas and Spain's

World Championships 2017: Three 'adverse' London findings investigated

Three "adverse" doping samples from the World Athletics Championships are being investigated by the Athletics Integrity Unit.None of the samples belong to athletes who won medals in London.More than 2,000 blood and urine tests were conducted in a 10-month spell before the Worlds, with a further 1,513 samples taken from