Masters fever may already engulf the narrative of Rory McIlroy but the man himself has insisted thoughts of Augusta National are not yet prominent in his mind.
In a new feature at HITC, we take a look at the past 24 hours at the 2015 Cricket World Cup and ahead to tomorrow's game.
Stuart Broad believes the reopening of the debate over Kevin Pietersen’s future is the last thing England need during a torturous World Cup campaign.
Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis both hit quick-fire centuries to guide South Africa to a comprehensive win over Ireland in Canberra.
We knew Mercedes were ahead of the field but after three testing sessions everyone’s fears were more than realised – they are way ahead.
Is there an art to watching something like the Daytona 500?
England's Cricket World Cup campaign so far has not been pretty to watch. Where is it all going wrong?
The time-honoured practice of buying a pie and chips at the Melbourne cricket ground will cost fans under $10 due to price cuts across a range of food and drinks at the sporting arena.
Centuries from Lahiru Thirimanne and Kumar Sangakkara meant that Sri Lanka easily chased down England's total of 309 for six in Wellington.
Of the 128 men who set out on their Wimbledon adventure a week ago, maybe a handful genuinely believed they would be in contention for the title on the final weekend. Nick Kyrgios is among them and on Monday he gets to prove he is good enough to get there – against the best player left in the draw, Andy Murray.
Toto Wolff, the Mercedes chief executive, was absolutely uncompromising in condemnation of his two drivers, Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, after they nearly took each other out at the Austrian Grand Prix.
With a name like Coco Vandeweghe, going under the radar has never been that easy for a woman who is now ranked as the fifth‑best American player.