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The racism row surrounding Sergio Garcia took another twist this afternoon when European Tour chief executive George O'Grady used the phrase "coloured athletes" when discussing the decision not to sanction the Spaniard.
Tiger Woods has labelled a remark made about him by Sergio Garcia as "wrong and hurtful," but believes there is "real regret" that it was made.
Sergio Garcia has escaped punishment for what could be construed as a racist remark about Tiger Woods after offering an unreserved apology for his "stupid and out of place" comments at the European Tour's annual awards ceremony.
The head of one of Holland's leading players' unions says the growing trend of players being relegated to the reserves amid stalled contract negotiations is a "sickening state of affairs".
Rory McIlroy today said he was unable to clarify reports that he is leaving Horizon Sports Management to create his own management group, but revealed he has cleared the air with Graeme McDowell.
West Ham have confirmed that former England striker Carlton Cole will leave the club this summer.
Armagh football manager Paul Grimley feels Joe Brolly crossed the line with some of his pre and post-match comments during RTÉ Two's live coverage of Armagh's Ulster SFC defeat to Cavan.
Former Manchester United and England defender Brian Greenhoff has died, aged 60.