Everyone is doing the Broady, are you? We know we bloomin' are!
Australia humiliated by Stuart Broad at Trent Bridge.
Ronda Rousey demonstrated once more this past Saturday that she is without peer in the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s bantamweight division.
Yes, this literally did happen and it was absolutely amazing!
The fourth Test at Trent Bridge represents an opportunity for Alastair Cook to put an end to nearly two years of intense pressure.
The Rio mayor, Eduardo Paes, launched a feisty defence of Olympic preparations on Wednesday as the host city marked the one-year countdown to the 2016 Games with a presidential gala and a test rowing event.
All the pressure is on Australia.
Throughout the early stages of this Ashes series it has been hard to escape the feeling that what we have on our hands is a pairing of mediocre Test sides bolstered by a pair of outright match-winners: Joe Root and the now-injured Jimmy Anderson for England, Steve Smith and hot-or-not Mitchell Johnson for Australia.
Golf has Olympic refuseniks, those who are sanguine about the sport’s imminent Games return, and Justin Rose.
The walls are wobbling at the big red house called Ferrari.
When racehorses are injured beyond repair and have to be put down on the course, large green screens are used to shield spectators from the grisly deed.