Formula 1 Valtteri Bottas joins Hamilton at Mercedes

Valtteri Bottas was on Monday named as Lewis Hamilton's new teammate at Mercedes, the Finn replacing retired world champion Nico Rosberg after being freed to join the Formula One giants by Williams. More

Tennis - Sydney International Gilles Muller victory puts Luxembourg in the final

Luxembourg's Gilles Muller was victorious on Thursday ending Viktor Troicki's 13-match unbeaten run at the Sydney International with a fighting 6-3, 7-6 (8/6) victory to reach the final on Friday. More

Overview Big events in sports at home and abroad in 2017

No European Cup or World Cup in football, no Olympic games either in the summer or in winter, 2017 will be a boring year when it comes to sports, right? Wrong! Luckily there are numerous other big events in sports, in Luxembourg and across the world. More

Rally Dakar action under way

The 2017 Dakar Rally got under way on Monday as competitors set off on a high-octane, high-altitude 8,800km continent-crossing trek from Asunción in Paraguay to Buenos Aires. More

Anti-doping agency Russian officials acknowledge doping 'conspiracy'

Russian anti-doping officials have acknowledged a massive doping conspiracy in their country, but still reject claims of government involvement in the affair that rocked world sport, The New York Times reported Tuesday. More

Boxing day football Chelsea make it 12, Toure sends Man City second

Pedro Rodriguez scored twice as red-hot Premier League leaders Chelsea crushed Bournemouth 3-0 to register a club-record 12th consecutive league victory and secure a provisional seven-point lead at the summit following the Boxing Day action. More

FIFA football ranking Luxembourg moves up to 130th place

FIFA published its last official ranking for the year 2016 and Luxembourg has moved up two spots to end up in 130th place between Tajikistan and Palestine. In the top 10, things remain as they were. More

RoboCup comes to Luxembourg Robots to beat humans at football by 2050

There is still hope for Luxembourg to compete in the next football World Cup, though it won't be human players battling it out on the pitch, but robots. More