From February 1st 2012, we will be relaunching our sports coverage.
Tiger Woods has been struggling with his golf swing over the last two years but he has mastered the art of spin, effortlessly turning failure in something less hurtful to his battered spirits.
Delon Armitage has become the second player inside four weeks to be arrested by police and suspended from England's elite player squad.
Dear old Monty obviously got the short straw.
As we move into our second hour together, after a first that has shown Stuart Lancaster to be impressively engaging and thoughtful, we finally reach a question that makes England's interim rugby coach hesitate.
When Martin Johnson's tenure as England manager ended, some of us suggested the Rugby Football Union should do its utmost to hire Graham Henry on a consultancy basis to help clear the post-World Cup air.
Fittingly, for a man whose epic achievements in the saddle have more than a whiff of Hollywood about them, the greatest jump jockey of all time, AP McCoy, yesterday rode off into the sunset on a horse called Box Office.
Usain Bolt has said Tyson Gay should have been “kicked out of the sport” for doping and labelled the decision to reduce the American’s ban and reinstate him as “the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard”.