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While South Africa may be the host of the next Fifa world cup in 2010 there have been some concerns as to whether it is really a safe venture for fans to travel to.
Should countries use sporting events as a bargaining tool to try and make a political gesture? e.g. threatening to boycott China's Olympics over problems in Tibet, and Zimbabwe's cricket tour of England
Football matches are renowned for getting a little bit rowdy. Would you take a young family to see one?
A man who runs on Carbon blades after having both his legs amputated below the knee is fighting for his right to a place in the Olympics. What do you think?
David Beckham has made a typically dramatic entrance in his bid to win over America. Can he really win over a country that doesn't really care about football?
This week has seen the start of Wimbledon and both the men and women are competing for an equal amount of prize money for the first time in the history of the tournament. Do you think the male and female players are entitled to the same amount?
Andriy Shevchenko - ?131,000 per week, Roger Federer - ?15 million career earnings, Tiger Woods - ?40 million in 2004-2005. Do you think that modern sportsmen earn too much?
Should Premiership football clubs be allowed to have as many foreign players on their books as they want?
At the start of the year the cost of the 2012 Olympics were raised by ?900 million, in February it was estimated that games would in fact cost ?9 billion in total, further to this Ministers claimed that neither the Nation Lottery Fund nor UK Taxpayers should fund the games. With the UK footing an ever increasing bill currently standing at ?9 billion we ask, is the legacy of the Olympics really wor
Can England's cricketers raise their game enough to win the World Cup?
Is Wenger right to be so loud and obvious in his criticism of officials?
Is it acceptable for professional, highly paid, footballers to react in such an extreme way?
Should football grounds abroad be forced to improve their safety standards?