All they do is win. And dance.
The most bleak prognosis yet regarding a return to competitive golf for Tiger Woods has arrived from the man himself.
This England team do not quite know when they are beaten.
Eddie Jones will have no option but to retain at least two-thirds of Stuart Lancaster’s England World Cup squad when he makes his first Six Nations selection in the new year.
Kobe Bryant has announced that this will be his last season playing for the LA Lakers.
Mercedes are to investigate why Lewis Hamilton, the fastest Formula One driver of the modern era, is now not even the quickest man in their team.
Andy Murray and Tyson Fury are among the favourites to win the BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year award for 2015 after being named on the 12-person shortlist Monday and following a weekend of stunning achievements for the pair.
The night before he made history for his country again, Andy Murray knowingly sabotaged himself by staying up to watch Tyson Fury become the heavyweight champion of the world.
This Haka really is almost as massive as Lomu himself.
Tyson Fury has dreamt about winning the world heavyweight title so many times during his 27 years that in the early hours of Sunday morning, as he wrestled with feeling over-wired and overtired, he began to wonder whether his mind was tricking him.
Joe Joyce lit up Pavilion Six on Friday afternoon with three rounds of controlled malevolence against the smart Kazak Ivan Dychko to guarantee silver and put him in with an excellent chance for gold on Sunday – as well as revenge against his old French rival, Tony Yoka.
You wait 20 years for an Olympic medal then two come along in succession, as nobody but nobody with the exception of Nick Skelton has ever said.
Whatever Jade Jones does for the rest of her life – and when she sets her sights on something it generally happens – she will always cherish Rio.