Oscar Pistorius has bail terms eased: Blade Runner cleared to race in UK

Blade Runner cleared to race in UK: Pistorius has bail terms eased so that he can make money before his trial July meet at Olympic Stadium to showcase 'Paralympic champions of 2012'Pistorius won golds in both individual 400m event and the 4x100m relaySouth African star is charged with murdering girlfriend Reeva SteenkampHe can now leave the country to compete in international competitions Must provide authorities with travel plans at least a week before departurePistorius did not attend the appeal, his next court appearance is June 4 and the final event at the venue before work begins to convert into the home of West Ham football club.

Champions League draw produces exact same pairings as dress rehearsal – at odds of a staggering 2,000,000-1

Drawn from memory Champions League draw produces exactly the same pairings as dress rehearsal – at odds of a staggering 2,000,000-1 Bookmakers say they would have only offered odds of 5,000-1 of the incident occurringThe order in which the ties were drawn was different, but the pairings were identicalOdds would be affected by the order due to rules over which teams can face each other at this stage of the tournament | UPDATED: 15:26 GMT, 21 December 2012 As one of sport's most prestigious competitions all eyes were on yesterday's draw for the knock-out phase of the Champions League.

FA blows whistle on football trophies for children in bid to combat pushy parents

FA blows whistle on football trophies for children in bid to combat pushy parentsThe rule, which is already in force for under-7 and under-8s, will be introduced for the under 9 age group next week | UPDATED: 00:44 GMT, 8 December 2012 For years youngsters have joined football clubs in the hope of not only winning their local league – but also collecting an end of season trophy.

BBC turns its back on talent and fame as it launches search for Britain"s Brightest

BBC turns its back on talent and fame shows as it launches search for Britain's Brightest Clare Balding will host the new show that will test contestants' intelligenceShow will take prime-time Saturday night slot over from The Voice | UPDATED: 10:30 GMT, 1 December 2012 Forget old-hat singing competitions or watching celebrities fine tune their Waltz, the BBC is launching a new entertainment show to find Britain's Brightest brain. The new show will next year take the prime-time Saturday night slot currently occupied by the much criticised singing contest The Voice. It is hoped Britain's Brightest will help promote intelligence rather than beauty or fame.