Stephane Pasquier dispensed high-fives to punters all around the paddock after winning the Grand Prix de Paris aboard Erupt here on Tuesday evening, and was perhaps starting to wonder if he will get a chance to do so again after the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.
Leeds United boss Uwe Rosler could do much worse than looking at a move to sign former Premier League defender Ryan Taylor.
For all the pre-Ashes talk of sledging at the crease, it is instead the delicate matter of post-match drinks etiquette that has sparked an unlikely war of words between England and Australia.
Rangers have been told they will have to pay up for midfielder Jason Holt.
The England and Wales Cricket Board has dropped its opposition to the idea of the sport being added to the Olympic programme, according to the MCC’s World Cricket Committee.
Perhaps the vendor in the middle of the Old Course’s tented village was being optimistic.
Andy Burnham, the frontrunner for the Labour leadership, has openly clashed with the party’s interim leader, Harriet Harman, by disclosing that he told the shadow cabinet that the welfare reform bill was unsupportable and the party should not abstain at second reading if the government does not accept a raft of Labour amendments.
Mhairi Black, the youngest person to be elected to parliament since at least the 19th century, used a barnstorming first speech in the House of Commons to mount a withering attack on the chancellor for cutting housing benefit to young people and to call for Labour to join the Scottish National party in mounting an effective opposition to the Tories.
Arsenal right-back Carl Jenkinson will spend another season on loan at West Ham United so what do the two clubs' fans think of the move?
Goldman Sachs has downgraded HSBC to neutral from buy because its decision to cut assets from its investment bank, without exiting underperforming businesses, will reduce revenue more than costs.
Ryanair has launched a petition calling for the removal of the right to strike for European airport traffic controllers as French staff prepare for two days of strikes expected to cause travel chaos.
John Lewis is to introduce a standard £2 charge for click and collect orders under £30 from the end of July, saying the current free service is unsustainable.