Formula 1 is "in a very fragile state" as a result of the coronavirus crisis and needs big changes to survive, McLaren boss Zak Brown says.
Kyle Walker faces disciplinary action from Manchester City after reportedly breaking lockdown rules by hosting a party involving two sex workers.
Derby striker Wayne Rooney says the power struggle over how footballers use their wages to aid the coronavirus fight is "a disgrace".
The Premier League faces a £762m financial penalty if the season does not resume, players have been told.
Stephen Kenny replaces Mick McCarthy as Republic of Ireland manager with immediate effect after the Euro play-offs were indefinitely postponed.
Newcastle defender Danny Rose says he feels Premier League players' "backs are against the wall" over discussions about wage cuts.
Premier League clubs will ask players to take a 30% wage cut as it is announced the season will not resume from 30 April.
The restart date for the Premier League will be pushed back on Friday when all 20 clubs meet to discuss the future of the season.
The "first thing" Premier League footballers can do is "take a pay cut and play their part" to help out during the coronavirus pandemic, says health secretary Matt Hancock.
RFU boss Bill Sweeney urges Eddie Jones to keep his "competitive edge", even if the England head coach does "slightly cross the line" on occasions.
The London 2012 Olympics and Euro '96 are just some of the memorable moments that viewers can relive during the coronavirus pandemic.