A look at the key numbers from the first week of the 2015 ICC World Cup.
New Zealand will entertain England at Wellington's Westpac Stadium from 0100 GMT tomorrow in what is an important game for both sides.
If Nascar is the pinnacle of American Stock car racing then Legend and Bandolero racing is ground zero, a way in to the sport for youngsters and a very cheep way to race for middle aged men.
A supremely skilful display of swing bowling from Tim Southee decimated England's batting line-up in Wellington to set up a comprehensive eight-wicket victory for New Zealand.
This year will be our 16th visit to Florida to experience the Daytona 500. That represents a 28% attendance rate at the Great American Race at the World Centre of Racing. And, this year I'll be attempting to pass on some of that experience in the form of a day-by-day, blow-by-blow, account.
Craig Ervine and Sean Williams helped Zimbabwe avoid embarrassment by adding 106 for the fifth-wicket to guide their side to a tense four-wicket win over the United Arab Emirates.
Afghanistan put in a spirited performance on their World Cup debut but ultimately Bangladesh's greater experience showed through as they ran out winners.
Zach LaVine made a name for himself with his first ever NBA Slam Dunk contest performance.
If you're waiting for NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley to join Facebook or Twitter , don't hold your breath.
The trio are related but still had to go head-to-head in the Six Nations yesterday.
Mercedes refused to point the finger at either driver after Lewis Hamilton and Rosberg clashed at turn two on the final lap in Austria but all the evidence points to Rosberg being at fault.
As rousing motivational speeches go, it left a lot to be desired.
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.