Britain win three medals on day one of the European Short-Course Swimming Championships in Herning, Denmark.
It seems it will take more than a British Wimbledon winner to inspire a generation of tennis players, says Russell Fuller
Wigan's Europa League campaign comes to an end as they lose to Maribor in Uwe Rosler's first game in charge.
The Typo Keyboard costs $99 (£60) and is due to launch in January on iPhone 5 and 5S. Other phone and tablet models will follow later in the year.
Ex-Germany player and coach Jurgen Klinsmann will remain in charge of the United States until after the 2018 World Cup.
England goalkeeper Fraser Forster admits he does not know if he will be part of Celtic's next European campaign.
Manager Alan Pardew admits his Newcastle job is still "vulnerable" despite his side being seventh in the league after beating Manchester United on Saturday.
Scientists in Dresden, Germany, believe the cyborg sperm could, in the future, be used to deliver drugs to a very specific part of the body or to fertilise an egg.
Mexico's Congress approves a measure to open the state-run oil fields to foreign investment for the first time in 75 years.
Robbie Savage tackles the week's football agenda in Savage Says, with subjects including the English teams' fortunes in the Champions League and Everton's Premier League form.
A shortlist of shooter Amber Hill, golfer Charley Hull and athlete Dina Asher-Smith is announced on Blue Peter for the Young Sports Personality of the Year award.
The wooden tridents, which were discovered in Cumbria, measure around six feet in length and were each crafted from a single plank of oak.
Shamees Aden, a graduate of Central Saint Martin's, London, designed the conceptual amoeba trainers to support the foot in a new way using futuristic materials.
Spanish football giant Barcelona signs a deal with Intel to allow the chipmaker's logo to appear on the inside of players' shirts.
The jury in the fraud trial of Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi's former PAs is told to ignore complimentary comments made about her by the prime minister.
BBC Sport's football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on comedian John Bishop in this week's Premier League predictions
Google becomes the first major online ad company to charge advertisers only for ads that have actually been seen by users.
A German law firm is seeking recompense from users alleged to have infringed copyright by streaming content online.
A Scottish international rugby player appears in court charged with assaulting another player in Glasgow's west end.