England's lack of focus is a little short-sighted.
Steve Williams, the former caddie of Tiger Woods, has aimed his latest broadside at the 14-times major winner with the claim that he was treated like a “slave” during the pair’s time together.
Adding a spot of H2O almost always brings something intriguing to motor racing’s complex equation and the seventh round of the FIA World Endurance Championship was no exception.
Williams is seriously tugging on our heart strings here... we definitely didn't shed a tear at this video.
When the Greek philosopher Diogenes was discovered begging for money from a statue he explained to bewildered onlookers that he was “practicing disappointment”.
Nico Rosberg took out his frustrations on the track here on Friday, when he set the fastest time in the afternoon practice session as he warmed up for Sunday’s Mexican Grand Prix.
We'd love to see this happen, but we reckon Mcllroy would have to pay A LOT of money.
The bibulous lunches and fearless gambles which gave Sir Peter O’Sullevan so much pleasure have been recalled at a memorial service for the much-admired horse racing commentator, who died in July.
Lewis Hamilton, like Dorian Gray, must have a distressing portrait of himself in the attic, for Formula One’s world champion parties hard without sustaining any visible damage.
Gold medals never come easy, but Mo Farah’s third was harder than most. First Farah fell, and then he found himself in a fierce final sprint with Kenya’s Paul Tanui.
The record books tell everything about the cliff face Jessica Ennis-Hill will have to climb when she begins the defence of her Olympic heptathlon title on Friday morning.
Few teams personify that hoary old saw about the fleeting nature of form compared to the permanence of class than the British men’s track cycling sprint team.