Baseball's brightest star Alex Rodriguez faces a 211 game suspension following the biogenesis scandal but he must be supported, he is the New York Yankees only hope.
At some point English golf must turn its attention towards a new generation.
On the eve of the new football season the winner's enclosure here was once more taken over by those associated with the beautiful game as Moviesta, part-owned by Harry Redknapp in partnership with a player's agent, charged home in the King George Stakes.
When the Miami New Times broke the story in late January that Biogenesis, an anti-aging clinic in South Florida, had supplied human growth hormone and other performance-enhancing drugs to several high-profile players, Major League Baseball got hit with major league scandal.
A round up of the latest news stories from across the world of sport.
There's been no shortage of reaction by fans and sports commentators to the suspension by Major League Baseball of Milwaukee Brewer outfielder Ryan Braun for the 65 games left in the season.
With Tyson Gay absent following his recent positive drugs test and Yohan Blake injured, Usain Bolt will go into the 200m at the World Championships as a raging favourite.
The Hungarian Grand Prix will present McLaren with their best chance of a podium place this season, according to Jenson Button.
He's already won two Olympic gold medals and is a three-time World Amateur champion. On Saturday night he fights for pay for just the second time…
The Australian Rugby League Commission rolled the dice when they appointed Welsh banker David Smith as the unlikely boss of the NRL in 2012; a more conservative tack was taken with his successor.
More than 550 greyhounds were injured and 14 deaths resulted from racing in Queensland in the first two months of 2016 despite sweeping reforms of the industry ordered following a national live baiting scandal.
No amount of sentiment could carry the wholehearted Liverpool veteran Derry Mathews to a fairytale high point of a long, hard career here on Saturday night but, in front of his own fans, he gave the world lightweight champion Terry Flanagan all the trouble he could handle over 12 absorbing rounds.