The cart took on a mind of its own during a match at the Dallas Cowboys stadium in Texas.
Victory wins medals and trophies but redemption wins the hearts and minds of those of us who are consumed with sport.
Carl Froch goes home to Nottingham to tend physical and mental bruises after being confounded by the boxing genius of Andre Ward but he will be comforted by the prospect of a two-fight challenge against the IBF champion, Lucian Bute, that is all but a done deal.
Arsène Wenger will not rule out a loan move for Thierry Henry from the New York Red Bulls.
Rory McIlroy leads the world of golf, if not yet in ranking points or major championships won then certainly in the unfashionable art of being up front.
Imagine you're Dante constructing the nine On-deck Circles of Baseball Hell.
If a referee were to examine the cuts and bruises on the face of British boxing, he might be tempted to stop the fight.
Tony McCoy will have one more chance to win a Grand National when he lines up in the Scottish version on Saturday at Ayr but punters keen to back him in one of the year’s biggest betting races will have to wait to find out which horse he will ride.
“I regret it every day,” Ben Flower says simply of the terrible violence he unleashed at the start of rugby league’s Grand Final last October.
Kell Brook has the swagger of a champion about him – but he always did, even when he was in serious danger of letting his exceptional talent blow away like a used hamburger wrapper.