There are those who believed Tiger Woods had done it all in golf.
A blistering 151 from Kevin Pietersen off only 165 balls enabled England to end the third day of their final Test of the winter against Sri Lanka with a mighty lead of 181 runs.
Rory McIlroy began the Masters of 2012 as he had ended it a year earlier.
There was no animated bat-waving in the direction of the press box, no release of pent-up fury at all the speculation about his position as England captain when Andrew Strauss acknowledged the applause for his half-century.
Who knows what the next four days at Augusta National will bring, but we all can be sure that the 2012 Masters is the most anticipated major championship for years.
The anticipation and excitement are all but tangible in British rowing, with the Olympics less than four months away.
After another gruelling day in the Sri Lankan sun, England were still clinging on to their hopes of retaining their world No1 status on Tuesday, battling back late on the first day to give themselves a fighting chance of winning the second Test.
Rory McIlroy did not win the 2012 Masters on Tuesday but he took a significant step towards the prize, spring-cleaning away the final wreckage from that infamous afternoon last year when his frailties were exposed.
Great Britain and Australia took their team pursuit duel to a new level in qualifying at the World Championships here, with the GB quartet of Ed Clancy, Peter Kennaugh, Andy Tennant and Geraint Thomas the fastest by a whisker.
Gareth Thomas, the Labour MP and London Mayoral hopeful, has begun attempting to co-ordinate support behind a bid for London to host the 2026 Commonwealth Games.
Mo Farah took a hiding from the media over the past week, especially when it was revealed that he had missed two drugs tests before London 2012.
Boston Red Sox star gets himself into a spot of bother with in-game activities.