Making mincemeat of Mauritius
Egypt rekindled hopes of qualifying for the African Nations Cup after pummelling a group opponent
They smell blood
Two men are fighting for Africa's top football post. Eric Asomugha sees whether they can dethrone the incumbent
Justine Henin-Hardenne created history when she beat compatriot Kim Clijsters 6-0, 6-4 in the women's final of the French Open to become the first Belgian grand slam champion. It was also the first grand slam final between two Belgians...
After several weeks of speculation, the Portuguese coach Fingada has been hired by the Zamalek football club...
From the Sidelines: Is football fixed?
If you have at all wondered whether football matches are rigged, the short answer is: of course they are, silly...
An Aussie in Egypt
Picking Egypt as her home, Rachael Grinham's choice has paid off handsomely. Nashwa Abdel-Tawab talks with the migrant Aussie
Rise to power
In Hurghada, Carol Owens regained her No 1 squash ranking
Where there's hope
The "Flame of Hope" is to arrive shortly in Ireland, site of the World Summer Special Olympic Games. Inas Mazhar reports