Oscar Otte carries the German tennis hopes in Wimbledon.
The German national basketball player Daniel Theis is apparently about to switch from the Boston Celtics to the Indiana Pacers in the NBA.
Fan favorite Lewis Hamilton is surprisingly strong at the start of his home game at Silverstone.
Defending champion Tadej Pogacar wins the first exchange of blows with his challenger Primoz Roglic at the start of the 109th Tour de France.
The transfer saga surrounding Robert Lewandowski does not get any more interesting in the third month.
Striker Jann-Fiete Arp leaves FC Bayern and moves to Holstein Kiel.
Angelique Kerber is eliminated early in the grass classic in Wimbledon and, unlike Tatjana Maria, misses the leap into the round of 16 of the tennis tournament.
Waldimir Putin loves ice hockey and he loves his own staging on the ice even more.
Before the Formula 1 classic in Silverstone, Britain, the pressure on Mick Schumacher at Haas continues to increase.
Jule Niemeier continues her series of successes at the classic grass field in Wimbledon and reaches the round of 16 for the first time.
In April 2021, Rune Jarstein falls ill with Covid-19 and a long period of suffering begins.
It was certainly not his fault: Stefan Ortega keeps the box clean as best he can at Arminia Bielefeld, but his club is still relegated.
The Netflix series "Drive To Survive" opens up new target groups for Formula 1 in the USA.
In January, DAZN caused a stir with a price increase for new customers.
The VAR drives a lot of fans crazy every week.
A good five months after the Olympic Games in Beijing, speed skater Joel Dufter surprisingly ended his career at the age of only 27 and attacked the national association.
Long jumper Malaika Mihambo finished the last major test before the World Athletics Championships in fifth place.
Co-favorite Rafael Nadal and world number one Iga Swiatek each reach the third round in Wimbledon with a set loss.
At the CHIO in Aachen, the German show jumpers braved the sometimes pouring rain and a massive drop in temperature of 20 degrees and won the traditional Nations Cup for the first time since 2018.
The spectators at the world's largest horse show watch Ingrid Klimke with particular attention.
In 1997 Germany is in a cycling frenzy.
Led by the enthusiastic returnee Dennis Schröder, the German basketball players reach the intermediate goal on the way to the 2023 World Cup.
At the Grand Prix in Silverstone on Sunday, Sebastian Vettel is fighting for points for the Formula 1 World Championship classification.
Atakan Karazor remains in custody in Spain.
FC Barcelona collects a lot of money to slowly refill the empty coffers.
First you have to swim, bike and run fast enough to qualify for the Ironman in Hawaii.
Before Wimbledon, 22-year-old Jule Niemeier is only known to insiders.
When the Tour de France starts in Copenhagen on Friday, a legend will be missing from the field: Tony Martin, five-time stage winner in the most important cycling race in the world, will be watching from afar after retiring.
Bernie Ecclestone is 91 years old.
A debate about racism and discrimination occupies Formula 1 before the guest appearance in Silverstone.
Oliver Kahn shaped this 2002 World Cup for weeks with his almost galactic performances.
Uli Hoeneß has a lot of time at the moment.
Alejandro Davidovich Fokina has to digest this end in Wimbledon first.
The police arrive in the early hours of the morning: the Bahrain-Victorious team is rudely woken up one day before the start of the Tour de France.
Under contract with FC Bayern, in focus in the Bundesliga: Joshua Zirkzee played his way into the limelight after scoring 16 goals for RSC Anderlecht last season.
Show jumper McLain Ward secures victory at the first highlight of the CHIO.
After a lost year at Chelsea, Belgium international soccer striker Romelu Lukaku is returning to Inter Milan.
The legendary lawn classic runs in Wimbledon - but this year without Boris Becker.
The question seems pretty harmless, but the spokesman for the German cycling team Bora-hansgrohe doesn't want to ask the Russian captain Alexander Vlasov.
A start at the CHIO is the big dream of dressage rider Lisa Müller.
Two races, two medals: The German swimmers are happy about a successful day at the World Cup lake even without gold.
Because Messi is too "shy", Janne Friederike Meyer-Zimmermann has to use all her skills to avoid a fall.
Four German tennis professionals make it into the third Wimbledon round.
The biggest show in the cycling world starts on Friday.
World Cup qualifiers and European Championships at home: An exciting summer is ahead of German basketball players.
Robert Lewandowski and FC Bayern - what a grueling theater.
Nelson Piquet apologizes to Formula 1 star Lewis Hamilton: After his racist insult became known, the ex-world champion from Brazil also made it clear that he had been mistranslated.
More than 90,000 fans watch Champions League games, but there are two mini stadiums for the European Football Championship that don't even offer 10,000 seats.
A month ago Jule Niemeier played her first Grand Slam tournament ever, now the 22-year-old is in the main draw for the first time in Wimbledon and immediately creates a sensation.
At the French Open in Paris, masks will be compulsory in the dressing rooms at the end of May and that won't last long, claims Frenchwoman Alizé Cornet.
His future father-in-law racially insults Lewis Hamilton, but Max Verstappen is silent.
Premiere at the German Rally Championship: The Rallye ADAC Mittelrhein will be held for the first time on July 1st and 2nd as part of the DRM.
FC Barcelona still have two weeks to solve Robert Lewandowski in the direction of Camp Nou without further escalation.
Star striker Erling Haaland is gone and yet: Borussia Dortmund is starting the new season with great ambitions and fan favorite Edin Terzic on the sidelines.
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